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Alexis R (gb) wrote: Airplane vs. Volcano Movie Review!Ah, The Asylum. We meet again. Clearly this movie is trying to be stupid. Otherwise, this is a really bad film. So I must review it as such.The premise is thus: A series of shiity CGI version of volcanoes rises from the seas and threaten to destroy everything. A plane is caught inside the ring of volcanoes and can't escape or they'll die.So. Bad acting, bad CGI, bad story and poorly executed as well. The Asylum doesn't fail in delivering another heap of silliness on our laps. Honestly, it's not even worth if you want to see a silly movie. There are many others that are better qualified for this kind of movie.2 out of 10 (1 star)
Dave T (mx) wrote: Decided not to watch this.
Matthew V (jp) wrote: Not your average vampire movie, but it definitely delivers everything you want in a good survival movie. Locked down towns, crazy cult worshipers, mentor-pupil relationship. There are parts that you want to pump your fist in excitement and parts that blow your mind with sadness and shock. Overall, this is definitely a good watch.
Hector R (es) wrote: Maynard's passion for wine might seem crazy and illogical, but it is certainly inspiring.
Adrian B (br) wrote: A very atmospheric film from Michael Winterbottom. Done documentary style and with excellent performances throughout. Very naturalistic and evocative of the 'feel' of Italy. I would recommend this to all who are sensitive enough to engage with real human emotions in a 'non-narrative' film (i.e. one without, or with little plot).
Rahima D (nl) wrote: Great concept but I felt that the story fell a little short, I was expecting to see Bipasha's character really fight against the big bosses. However, I like her business look and her performance was good.
Dyron W (mx) wrote: I've see many direct to video, c-grade African American comedies my aunt used to collect. This one, flaws and all, is actually very funny.
Michelle P (kr) wrote: Better than I expected. Kinda funny.
Mary J (ca) wrote: I would like to see this again but what I saw was interesting
Joe R (gb) wrote: The movie that created me
Wayde N (mx) wrote: A hilarious little trip from one of the many faces of Kitano. Every time you think it goes far enough, it goes a little further.
Warren S (de) wrote: Liked this and thought it had something interesting to say. Early starring role from the man who would be Miles Dyson from T2
Terrie H (de) wrote: What a delightful film. After 35 years of marriage, it is seldom that we run into a movie that neither one of us has watched. What a treat. Reminds me of Gigi.
Marcus W (it) wrote: Light, frothy fun, anchored by two strong central performances.
Rameshwar I (it) wrote: Wouldn't the world be so simple if everyone processes information as logically as the characters do here. An extremely low budget single set piece movie with 4 central characters doing a hot and cold job. One moment the action and dialogues feel irritating and the next moment they are intriguing. Works more as a 'what if' game you might enjoy on a lazy afternoon and talking about lazy somebody else is playing it and you just have to sit back and watch it. Tony (Ray Milland) has retired from professional tennis and living off his rich wife Margot (Grace Kelly) who is having an affair with Mark (Robert Cummings) a crime fiction writer. When Tony learns of this affair, he comes up with an elaborate plan for a perfect murder involving his ex-college mate Swann (Anthony Dawson). When the implementation goes horribly wrong, Tony quickly turns it again to his advantage. But he has to convince shrewd Inspector Hubbard (John Williams) along with Mark. Though it is highly inconsistent in terms of performances and dialogues, the screenplay is watertight with gripping suspense and a witty plot. What actually is a simple perfect plan, Hitchcock's brilliance shines here with his masterful placing of pieces and strategically joining them. Ray Milland's dialogue delivery is horrible in the beginning but gets better later and Mark's cautious and caring character could have been a little more interesting. Grace Kelly is beautifully shown but John Williams steals the show as the tactful inspector. Background score is loud as in all Hitchcock's movies including a thread that does not leave your head for sometime. Low budget thriller at its witty best