Late, Late Show host Craig Ferguson heads to the Bahamas for the adventure of a lifetime: swimming with sharks! But as he gets closer to actually jumping into the water, he starts to worry.... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Shark Bites: Adventures in Shark Week
Late, Late Show host Craig Ferguson heads to the Bahamas for the adventure of a lifetime: swimming with sharks! But as he gets closer to actually jumping into the water, he starts to worry....
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Eddie G (mx) wrote: nice plot, it could be good movie, but somehow it's too wanna be hollywood action movie, Turkish rambo kicks ass to everyone, it's too unrealistic,
Kerry J (us) wrote: Harry Brown was an amazing film carried by an amazing actor. I thought it had depth and soul. The main character is reliving a personal hell the darker it gets and there's no swagger or sense of machismo or pride in what he does.
Greg S (br) wrote: An incompetent horror director discovers he can make realistic gore effects by killing his co-workers and using their severed body parts as special effects. This slasher spoof tribute to Herschel Gordon Lewis (who has a cameo) has a few moments of inspiration but is mostly predictable and low on laughs.
Javis C (kr) wrote: Iarritu is one of the most admirable Mexican directors, all his movies have themes that are unique, sometimes diffuclt to understand, who can forget the bloodly violent and impressive Amores Perros and the beautifully and powerfully acted Babel, now Iarritu gives us Biutiful with Javier Bardem, he is a wonderful actor, a father who has a disease and is just a few time before he moves on, he tries to put attention to his children but fails now that he accidentaly killed some innocent Chinese inmigrants, Oh! He can see the deads, but let's stop here... He can see them so he can make money with it Ok I got that, but later the theme is not interesting, he can see them now because he feels guilty? Or what? This is something that does not makes sense, in fact it wasn't necessary. Despite of it, the movie is sad, yes but too long. I have to say the otherwise of what everybody says that this is the best movie Iarritu has ever made, because for is not bad, but it is the weakest of all.
Tom D (mx) wrote: A combination of Finnish and Chinese mythology that works brilliantly.
Lucia L (it) wrote: kraaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaasne
eric e (nl) wrote: Kind of sophomoric brain candy but I do love watching a young Kristen Dunst and Eliza Dushku shake it and bake it.
Max M (ru) wrote: Very awful and terrible film in Texas chainsaw franchise a big insult to what the original Texas Chainsaw Massacre was and it just ruins it the family isn't scary all we get this time is Matthew Mccounghey(yes that Matthew Mccounghey look it up on his imdb page) and leatherface is dressed up as woman and we get Renee Zellweger in her first role not really something what you want to start your career on. But overall The Texas Chainsaw Massacre:The Next Generation is complete garbage and completely ruins The Texas Chainsaw franchise..
Jonathan H (us) wrote: It's no secret that Woody Allen idolized Bergman (which shouldn't come as much of a shock, since lots of people, myself included, share the same sentiment). He has tried, with mixed results, to make a true homage to the legend with Interiors and September, but with Another Woman, he finally made a film that not only hits the examining, existential notes that Bergman hit routinely, but one that remarkably feels like a Woody Allen film in terms of its incredibly astute screenplay and beautiful staging.Some have called Another Woman a Wild Strawberries remake, but I would argue that it isn't a remake as much as it is a reimagining, or more to the point, a "repurposing" of the Bergman classic. It is a story of a university professor, played SPECTACULARLY by Gena Rowlands, in whom something stirs when she overhears a therapy session with a young 30-something woman who is discontent with her life. The professor, Marion, feels an emptiness rise inside her -- an emptiness that had settled there years before, that she can consciously feel now. Little by little, like in Interiors but better plotted in Wild Strawberries, the world she has constructed for herself, a cold, cerebral world, deconstructs.Marion despairs, enters into conflicts with herself, and questions endlessly trying to reason her way out of her malaise. But the cure for her malaise is not rational resolution and she, realizing that her strongest characteristic (namely her rational intelligence) is not enough to untangle what worries her, finds herself entirely helpless in the face of an unraveling existence.Her drama is very much like the drama of Professor Isak Borg from Bergman's film, a man on his way to receive a medal for his lifetime achievements. And, on the road, he also succumbs to the same malaise as Marion, the same questioning and the same painful re-evaluation. The horror shared by both Marion and Professor Borg, of course, is that despite their highly lauded accomplishments and their intellectual self-satisfaction, they feel a void. There must, in other words, be something else to life than strictly intellectual work, however satisfying it may be.Another Woman is a testament to the fact that Woody Allen was still at the top of his game in the late 80s. It is a brilliant, honest and perceptive film. It makes one wonder how different Bergman's films would have been if he didn't dismiss the visual sophistication that Allen spent most of his early career developing. In addressing the criticism of Another Woman, sure, a few beats feel contrived and forceful, but considering the heavy questions being posed, and the unrelenting commitment that Allen has to the material, this film had plenty of opportunities to fall flat on its face, and to its credit, it never does. In fact, it excels thanks to a fantastic script, brilliant performances, and a wise small dose of visual styling. This is Woody Allen at the height of his powers.
Daniel M (ru) wrote: A great cast, not least for David Niven and Sir Roger Moore. I liked watching this movie, although a little slow in places.
Bill B (es) wrote: One of the Women In Prison films to end all WiP films, this one is well worth tracking down and something that I'm very happy to have marked off the To-Watch Pile.One of Corman's more iconic releases, and written and directed by Oscar-winner Jonathan Demme, this one is also worth your time to see what a much lauded director did in the early days of his career.Give it a rental.
Bob K (fr) wrote: Well, this should have been better. There wasn't really meaning behind anything that happened, just fragments that didn't add up to anything satisfying. Unfortunate. as the setup was excellent.
Aaron M (gb) wrote: A fantastic fear of everything is a bizarre movie. At times it is funny and quirky, you feel there is some clever ideas in the movie somewhere but its just too strange to shine through. It starts pretty strong but deteriorates quickly and the ending is very poor indeed. Simon Pegg is entertaining as ever but has the tendency to star/produce these random movies which often miss there mark. Its a shame cause the premise alone sounded like it could be quite funny but it lost its way somehow.
Mike D (jp) wrote: I cannot believe what I'm reading !This movie is insanely amazing for its genre and it's actors !I find it to be believable and the music is great ! The acting is just fine ! The effects are a bit dated now but still it seems to keep it real , unlike most movies nowadays that the effects and cgi is basically the whole movie and takes away from the story and doesn't feel real . I think people need to re evaluate what is going on here . Your probably the reason there are 35 remakes of the same movie cause you want the same thing over and over with cgi up the butt and bit fancy model actors who all look like out of Abercrombie ad. The movie business lost its way , this movie was made before that happened . Who says orchestrated music is bad ? Lol you want cheesy synth music ? Should Star Wars had a Green Day music back drop ? Or maybe Kanye west is good ? Really ?
Waleed A (us) wrote: the first time i watched this movie i thought it was decent. the second time i thought it was pretty useless. any of the action, fight scenes or war scenes were pointless. there were some cool visuals but other than that i didn't really like this movie (2 viewings)