Sex, Lies and Video Violence

Sex, Lies and Video Violence

Micke is a total film nerd, who would be rather sitting home watching violent action movies than to be outside drinking and hanging out with friends. One night Micke has prepared to have an orgy of violent movies, but something rather strange interrupts his plans. While watching "Die Hard", one of the German terrorists from the film comes out of the television, and this launches a night of violence filled with known characters.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:68 minutes
  • Release:2000
  • Language:Swedish
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:alien,   prostitute,   fight,  

Micke is a total film nerd, who would be rather sitting home watching violent action movies than to be outside drinking and hanging out with friends. One night Micke has prepared to have an orgy of violent movies, but something rather strange interrupts his plans. While watching "Die Hard", one of the German terrorists from the film comes out of the television, and this launches a night of violence filled with known characters. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Simon C (jp) wrote: Quirky, classic Southern Gothic.

Red L (it) wrote: I like coming-of-age movies, and this is one of the better ones. Duncan comes out of his shell and stands up for himself after a summer at the beach. The chief architect of this change is Owen - a strange duck himself.

Phil H (au) wrote: Excellent does what it says on the tin documentary...

Chelsea K (ca) wrote: While this is a some-what-serious movie it is filled with much comedic relief. The character that Jay Baruchel plays in this film is different than his usual awkward characters but he still manages to make it work perfectly while Randy Quaid was just fantastic.

Jonathan D (br) wrote: Monsters vs. Aliens is a family-friendly Dreamworks Animation feature which pits classic sci-fi monsters vs. space aliens, in a 1950's B-movie style showdown with modern humor and the visual flair available through today's computer effects. For a special treat, the film is also available in 3D.The story is simple. A meteor crashes on Earth, or more specifically, onto bride-to-be Susan Murphy. Some substance from the meteor causes her to grow to 50 feet in height. She is hidden by the government with other monsters (based loosely on The Creature From the Black Lagoon, The Blob, The Fly, and various Godzilla foes), until space aliens arrive, bent on world domination. Outmatched by the alien's technology, the U.S. government calls on the monsters to save humanity from annihilation.All of this is done with a light and fun air, with nothing taken too seriously. Like the best of recent animated features, Monsters vs. Aliens is as enjoyable for adults as for children, thanks in large part to a constant barrage of jokes and a stellar voice cast. Reese Witherspoon is wonderful as Susan Murphy, while 24's Kiefer Sutherland gets a rare chance to flex his comedic muscle as backwoods general W.R. Monger.The Office's Rain Wilson is fine as Galaxar (the evil alien), as is Arrested Development's Will Arnett as The Missing Link and House's Hugh Laurie as Dr. Cockroach. Popular political comedian Stephen Colbert, in an inspired casting choice, plays the President of the United States. Hands down the best character, in my opinion, is Seth Rogen's B.O.B, a gelatinous creature who is blissfully stupid and eats anything in his path. The character design is fantastic, and the film is a visual treat. Monsters vs. Aliens comes recommended to people of all ages.

Audrey D (us) wrote: irresistibly charming, infectiously spirited, and tenderly bright, this clever film displays convincingly lively characters a fresh take on fairy tales. Bursting with warmth and talent, you will fall in love with this blissful experience. From humor to fantastic musical numbers, there is so much to entertain audience of any age.

Jess Mrslovett B (jp) wrote: the best.....so sad,i lve the story line.....helena is my fav actress so no matter wot film it is i will always love it xxx gooo helena

Megan W (kr) wrote: Besides bad criticism, I think this is a very decent film. Not bad. Depending on your taste of films it's not one for all but it is great for the rest. I like the story line twists and turns.

Johnny M (fr) wrote: I am an avid fan of the actors in this version of Stokers novel but I am afraid there were just too many liberties taken with the original for me to really enjoy it. Marc Warren can do creepy really well, Sophie Miles is a fine actress and David Suchet is excellent but not in this I'm afraid. The BBC did an excellent dramatisation in 1977 with Louis Jordan as the Count, but here they failed and by a long way. If you are not as precious about the original novel as I am then there may be much to enjoy here(the BBC do Victorian like no one else) but don't expect much Stoker. I give it 40% bcause I like the above named actors so much.

Daniel J (fr) wrote: Underrated performance by Marlon Brando in this film.

monkey p (de) wrote: Powerful, insightful and ultimately satisfying, even for something as mysterious and unexplainable as Bruce Lee's death. Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story does great justice to the legendary figure with strong performances, emotional complexity and pulse-pounding action; realistically recreating the martial art master's memorable cinematic moments. 5/5 stars.

Tamara H (ca) wrote: This looks like it could be a very good one.

jenna c (nl) wrote: A riveting surprise. Exciting, well acted and fun!