Safety in Numbers
Several survival contestants return to the island for a weekend TV reunion show get more than they bargain for when they disappear one by one.
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Rangan R (gb) wrote: Religious and children, is sometime uncool.It was surprisingly an amazing movie. Related to the religious thing, but science had a fair amount of display in the narration. You don't have to be religious to watch this film. You know I enjoyed the movie as a subject that portrayed in a conflict manner. In the end, whatever happen or wins are the best conclusion for a cinematic story. The contents are supposed to be the path the human walked through the past 2000 years, not on the interest to raise the issue. The film was clear on the matter, that is how the movie had the upper hand to receive respect everywhere.The story was told in the multiple episodes. The story deals on the basis of the each episode's title that I can clearly say it had something to do with the Christian faith. Because it follows the same order. Since I don't belong to any, it became a study material. From the introduction to the conclusion, it was well maintained pace, that is slow. But in the middle, I was almost drifted away from my concentration. Somehow managed to hold back my position like I always do and finished watching it by liking it very much.You can take the movie and its contents in many angles. It is up to you, but either way the movie succeeds in balancing and revealing the facts. Leaves you make your own verdict, because you know what's right and wrong being a human to believe in religion or in science, which both were the creation of ours. Sometimes these both do not require to understand life, just like the animals which survived alongside us for very long without civilization revolution, religious faith and proper law and order. The point is the one who understands the life and those who don't bother about knowing it, lives better than being confused between the line and seeks the shelter of religious.An easiest camera work for the cinematographer. All he has to do was to place the lens in a right position and that's it, the rest would be monitored on the television screen where the director seated, I believe. Because there is no camera panning except in a couple of places, other than that it was motionless and the characters appears in the front to perform. The cast has to memorise the lines of those scenes that covers up to non-stop 10 minutes."My religion has put a ban onrunning in circles in a gym."More like a stage play where setting for one frame (view) is always there and keeps changing for each scene with the different backgrounds what the script demands. My initial thought was, it might have been based on the play, but I still don't know the answer to that. Probably not, because it won an award for the script at the Berlin film festival. Yep, I loved the presentation, it was so cool and beautiful.From this what I have learnt was the involvement of minors in the religious ceremony is kind of inhumane. It's okay to teach them, but some rituals and sacrifice are way beyond acceptable. Those innocent minds have no experience of the difficulty of life, they're yet to explore it. Being poor or someone in the family is very ill should not be the reason to force them to take part. It is the great issue in all the religion. I think physically and mentally affecting take part in the religious ceremony must not be allowed for the underage.I had mild doubt over opting it to view in the earlier, but went for it to refresh from my regular kind of cinema and it did not fail to have my full attention, well I managed, did not I? I am happy I tried to have a different cinema, in fact the filmmakers given the distinct one, so I appreciate them. In the todays world, young film fanatics are addicted to either Hollywood/British or Korean films, but there are plenty of hidden gems in front of us that they're neglecting to have a glimpse. I would recommend this for the adults, they need to watch this more than children and young adults.7/10
Laure E (ag) wrote: Un film sur les relations pre-fille d'o l'on ne ressort pas indemne. Rires et pleurs assur (C)s!
Kace C (kr) wrote: Stuck Between Stations  This is the type of film I hate for loving. 8/10
Aidan M (kr) wrote: This is the worst movie in existance. It had bad acting, a cheesy plot and terrible special effects (Actualy, just effects. There was nothing special about them.). Don't ever watch this movie. It's 90 min. of your life you will never get back.
Jonathan M (us) wrote: Why the (smurf) was this made?
Private U (nl) wrote: A Misty Mundae movie by any other name will still suck as bad. Yes, the women are hot, but there are hot women in better movies, too. If Misty (or Erin, if she prefers) would just do more stuff like SICK GIRL, I'd be a lot happier.
Adrianne Y (it) wrote: Pretty darned good (even if a little depressing).
James R (kr) wrote: For a creature feature from the 90's I actually enjoyed this one a lot more than I thought I would. Mimic is light on plot, but has enough interesting moments in it to keep the story moving along. One of the few Guillermo Del Toro film's I hadn't watched until now Mimic has a lot of background history about how Del Toro never got his full vision of the film because the studio kept dipping their hands in everything. Regardless it's surprisingly well done still. The movie centers around a scientist named Susan Tyler (Mira Sorvino) who develops a bug that kills off cockroaches that are spreading a disease thats resulting in the deaths of hundreds of kids in New York. Zoom into three years later and Susan has married another fellow doctor named Peter Mann (Jeremy Northam) and is still researching bugs. What she soon finds out after a string of mysterious disappearances and deaths is that the bugs she developed didn't just die off like she hoped they would. The bugs have gotten bigger and bigger and smarter. The bugs themselves are mimicking humans and its pretty gross haha. Soon enough Susan and Peter find themselves in under the streets of New York investigating the source of these big ass bugs along with a shoe shine man named Manny (Giancarlo Giannini) who's searching for his grandson and a police officer named Leonard (Charles S. Dutton) a cop that at first seems like a total prick, but has a heart of gold..or something like that. Overall, the movie has pretty creepy scenes (in Del Toro fashion the overall sets and design give off a slightly gothic feeling to them). The CGi is used a bit here and its dated, but not the worse I've seen for a movie thats 18 years old. Overall, a cool little monster movie that I recommend ya give a look at if the subject matter interests ya!
Giovanni M (es) wrote: Not their best work, but the Coen Brothers wring a couple great performances; Hunter in particular; and a lot of laughs out of its screwball premise. John Goodman gets props for screaming as loud as possible for his introduction to the movie.
playgirl p (jp) wrote: crap and go away not seen it and i dont care
Robby R (mx) wrote: Hilariously entertaining WWII propaganda piece, where one resilient Nazi gives Canada a run for its money. Damn, we're just too polite.
Amit M (it) wrote: just amazing movie. though its about a man who is looking for true love but the father son relationship is just too deep and amusing.... must watch
Julie W (fr) wrote: What a piece of crap. The acting is so awful I couldn't even finish the movie.
Bradley P (gb) wrote: Chevy Chase hits a mix of Beverly Hills Cop meets Austin Powers with a change up of costumes and personas that keep the story moving and an overall entertaining plot.
Jordan K (gb) wrote: Grosse Pointe Blank is a film completely lost in time, probably because it's an extremely outdated Cusack movie, but if it was still '97, I'd really think of this as a decent flick. Not great, but decent enough to keep you interested at all times.Martin Blank is a professional assassin who goes back to his small town for his 10 year high school reunion, attempting to hide his career lifestyle when trying to rekindle with a lost love. The rest is predictable, as Blank from here and there disposes of other assassins and everything you've thought of really happens.Good movie. It's incredibly cliched but other than that, not a whole lot wrong with it. Blank is an interesting fellow, he knows he's insane but doesn't accept it around his lover and eventually turns a new leaf. Humor's ok, there's a consistent 1980s vibe in it, it's exciting and fun. It's not perfect, but slick and fun.