A young woman awakens in a fallout shelter and is coerced into horrific acts in order to stay alive.
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Taylor B (mx) wrote: For the genre it's adequate, but how does one watch Cameron Diaz act and not feel insulted?
Arif S (gb) wrote: What an interesting film. Though a bit disturbing, it's truly fascinating to see just how this simple game has affected a substantial number of people. I found myself thinking quite a bit about obsession, and how obsession can lead one to expertise when it collides with passion. But the sacrifices that these people have made to become the experts that they are at Scrabble is most unsettling. These stories are interesting, unconventional, and quite a sight to behold. Reccomended to all those interested in a little fun and those interested in knowing a little subculture that I guess exists out there...
Robin P (us) wrote: I was surprised at how much I enjoyed this based on a true story movie about a young Mormon who goes on a 2 1/2 year mission to Tonga. John, played extremely well by Christopher Gorham, comes up against many trials and gives his all in service to God and the people on the little island. A very interesting peek into the brave mission of this young man. Back home waits his true love played by Anne Hathaway- most of her parts in the movie were her reading the letters she sent to John on the island. I recommend this movie!
Chris H (jp) wrote: Vertical Limit was definitely not good, but I have seen much worse and it was nonetheless mildly entertaining. The movie held my attention throughout, but after the 5th time someone fell off a cliff or blew themselves up I began to get weary. The plot was very shallow and obviously not well planned. It relied entirely on moments of sudden suspense and action, specifically explosions and the afore mentioned "cliff-hangers" (pun intended). Transitions and key points were awkward and often illogical and confusing. It was clear throughout the movie what was happening and why, but frequently only after a moment of contemplation. The special effects, while once again not the worst, were seriously deficient for the year 2000. All in all, if you have nothing better to do, Vertical Limit will be satisfactory, but if you're anticipating a blockbuster on movie night, you will be thoroughly disappointed.
David S (ca) wrote: Great story filled with highly dramatic content. The passionate love between both main characters is strong and makes the movie that more likable.
Amanda R (jp) wrote: I think that Frank Capra must've been sleeping while directing this movie. I left the cinema early and kept falling asleep while trying to watch it. I can't believe how many people gave this a good rating.
Collin P (fr) wrote: Even with a great performance from its cast and being an entertaining movie, Conspiracy Theory has too many plot holes and cliches to be considered "good".
Dave C (us) wrote: I do not understand baseball
W Wesley M (kr) wrote: Outstanding movie that depicts how oppressive and petty government has become. The Morrisons are brilliantly portrayed. The whole story is very believable. By the end of film, you are cheering for Mr. Morrison and want to strangle the petty Building Inspector who gets his kicks by enforcing nonsensical rules that only aggravate rather than help people.
Nicola W (us) wrote: Stupid comedy and definitely not one of Jack Bkacks best films. Not laugh out loud funny, more like the odd groan funny. This film had the potential to be hilarious but it just didn't work. Enjoyable but should have been better
Steve M (ru) wrote: A cute film, especially if you have ever hung out for a few days in a tiny harbour while in Newfoundland. A bit like an extended episode of an east coast version of "Corner Gas." Is it realistic? No. Is it Canadiana? Definitely. A fairy tale for a part of the country that has seen more than its fair share of hard knocks and I quite enjoyed it!