From the director of Wolf Creek comes this terrifying look at nature's perfect killing machine. When a group of tourists stumble into the remote Australian river territory of an enormous crocodile, the deadly creature traps them on a tiny mud island with the tide quickly rising and darkness descending. As the hungry predator closes in, they must fight for survival against all odds.

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Alasdair B (kr) wrote: In recent decades, religion has become more and more troublesome. I think the world got a colossal wake up call during the terrible terrorist attack of 911. As a result, many people began to think more seriously about both the good and bad sides of religion. It also triggered a new generation of what some call, "The new atheists". In my own country, some religious people-not all-have lashed out at the way America is changing. Many right wingers are attacking the idea of Separation of Church and State, as well as the secularization of the U.S. They continue to claim America is founded on Christianity, despite the words of John Adams in the Treaty of Tripoli. Whether or not it's merely a political reaction from the likes of Hitchens, Dawkins, and Harris, many have now become atheists and freethinkers because of these men."The Unbelievers" is a documentary following two scientists Richard Dawkins and Lawrence Krauss. Dawkins in the famous evolutionary biologist, and is considered by many to be a "radical" anti-theist. By his side is particle physicist, Lawrence Krauss, director of the Origins Project at Arizona State University. The documentary follows the two men as they venture around the world, giving public lectures about science, religion, and the future of humanity.As a documentary, it was pretty well made. The music, camera work, and editing were pretty good. However, it wasn't the best documentary I've ever seen. It was great watching two men I have immense respect for having important conversations, it was just too short and abrupt in my opinion. Dawkins and Krauss visit universities, news shows, and other public places, but they don't spend enough time at each location. It feels very rushed and not enough substance is presented. However, it is an enjoyable documentary nonetheless. It was a joy watching these two minds speak out about skepticism, science, and thinking for yourself.

Theresa A (jp) wrote: loved it! I found it very interesting that tyler gage played a part.

Augustine H (mx) wrote: Lars von Trier is indeed the most brutal contemporary director. Like Emily Watson in Breaking the Waves, the excessively nave and simple Bjork is placed under a pain that not many can withstand. Worse still, in Breaking the Waves, you can still blame the people around Emily Watson for their cold-bloodedness to please yourself; but in here, who should you vent your anger and sorrow on? When people are left no choices, like the David Morse couple, their behaviour is perfectly reasoned and understandable. How about the legal system? But Bjork is already given the opportunity. It's just her motherly love forbids her from saving herself. So...what about the shattered American Dream? That will be politically incorrect though, for Bjork is not even nominated for Oscar for such sincere performance. Halle Berry is not bad I must say, but her win just can't make me feel good. Few films are able to blend The Green Mile genre and musicals together and produce that dramatic effect, which is entirely attributable to the innovative Mr. von Trier and the excellent cast.

David Z (gb) wrote: What happens when someone stars in one too many cliched western? They pretty much know all the motions and what's going to happen next. That's the basic premise of this meta-comedy-western.

Bijan H (de) wrote: A pathetic Remake of something that was way more terrifying than this piece shit...

Jimbo S (us) wrote: Uninspiring. It seems as if this film was produced by the child marketing board, as it preaches that marital happiness can only be achieved with a live child in the home.