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A woman loses her brother in an illegal immigration attempt and must return his body to their homeland.
- Stars:Renée Zellweger, Madeline Zima, Forest Whitaker, Nick Nolte, Elias Koteas, Annie Parisse, Andrea Powell, Michael Harding, Marcus Lyle Brown, Lara Grice, Chandler Frantz, Ameer Baraka, Jay Patterson, Sam Rockwell, Farah Hamed, José Luis García Pérez, Adam Bounnouacha, Antonio de la Torre, Cuca Escribano, Antonio Dechent, César Vea, Miguel Alcíbar, Sebastián Haro, María del Águila, Alba Fernández, Manuela Rojas, María García, Abraham Hidalgo, Ana Blanco,
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B D (es) wrote: This flick has everything you need in a decent B-movie. Funny-looking monster, cheesy special effects, ketchup-like blood, Small town of hapless victims, one town inhabitant that has lost all his/her marbles, etc.. Well, just about everything (no standard naked scene). Wyvern is entertaining enough to serve its purpose for any movie fan with 90 minutes to kill. The characters are more laughable than anything, but they at least deliver on making the small Alaskan town environemnt believable.
Jeff B (de) wrote: A very poor-man's "Leon." This movie could've been much better than it was but the weak directing and questionable writing dragged it down.
Marc R (br) wrote: Once again a showcase for the way Kubrick takes a subject and creates a unique prism through which we observe it, one of cold detachment and idle onlookers, rendering the character of Lyndon but a simple, lowly speck on the grand, tragic stage of life. The film's arresting, painterly beauty, lovely score, and sumptuous production design merge strikingly with Kubrick's satiric, uncompromising tone. The ways in which the film reveals Kubrick's thematic concerns and philosophies so absolutely simply through its mise-en-scene make it one of his defining, and greatest, works.
Dennis H (nl) wrote: Possibly a new fave camp (well, Baby Jane has been up there for a long time!) Sharon Tate doing her breast exercises, Patty Duke's necklace, Barbra Perkins in beige and Susan Hayward's musical number...omg, so much to love.
Les E (jp) wrote: Overly dramatic but intriguing drama. Bette brilliant as ever and Lukas oozed bravery.
Griffin B (es) wrote: As a movie, it fails epically. As a sequel to Get Shorty, it makes me very, very angry.
Troy K (br) wrote: Slow and strange, but still an okay watch.
Sam M (jp) wrote: entertaining dialogue but overall shitty plot
Michael W (de) wrote: Five short stories all taking place in a cab in different cities around the world. Unique, but Jarmusch's style is not for all.
Bam R (es) wrote: You cannot walk away from love.
Liliane S (br) wrote: Quite disappointing compared to the previous Step Up movies...