Centers on a young, rich, outlandish orphan who decides to kill media tycoon and Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi, one of the wealthiest people in the world. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Centers on a young, rich, outlandish orphan who decides to kill media tycoon and Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi, one of the wealthiest people in the world.
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Phil N (ca) wrote: 13 years after the events in Screamers, this largely unnecessary sequel sees a rescue team deployed to Sirius 6B after intercepting a distress signal. Needless to say, something is waiting for them. The Hunting is formulaic and follows a similar path to its predecessor with diminishing returns. The calibre of performers and character depth is lacking, and there(TM)s no sense of fun that the first film had. Instead we get gorier deaths this time around " nastier, for sure, but it(TM)s not enough to warrant the effort.
John M (au) wrote: The Coens are my favorite. So after a disk containing a CIA agent's memoirs gets left on the floor of a gym locker room, it falls into the hands of two employees (Frances McDormand, Brad Pitt). They think they have stumbled upon something worthwhile, so they make a play to blackmail the agent (John Malkovich), not realizing the disk they have isn't really worth anything. Now if you were to pose me with the question of who my favorite director is, you probably already know that this is a difficult question to field for anybody who considers themselves to be versed in the medium. It's a tight contest, but I would personally give the slightest edge to the Coen brothers over Quentin Tarantino. They are just such versatile filmmakers, and they can make some of the tensest thrillers out there or make you keel over laughing with hilariously written quirky characters. I don't just like the majority of their projects, I love and admire them, and even one of their lesser, rompier movies like Burn After Reading hits home with me in ways that are difficult to describe. Now this was clearly an inspiration behind one of my favorite role-playing games: Fiasco. (if you're into that kind of thing and consider yourself to be a fan of this movie, I highly recommend it). Just like the game, the established framework is fantastic: everybody has these sordid and selfish motivations, there are no clear cut winners, and everybody kind of loses together. It is a bit on the cartoonish-side, but in a good way, and the chemistry is just right to lead to some fireworks whenever these characters happen to cross paths. And the dialogue is (as it always is with the Coens) skillfully penned and masterfully brought to life. They just know how to turn a phrase and make it so every important detail has the right amount of attention drawn to it and every punchline hits. It appeals to me so much, and I get a lot out of it. And the opening scene to this sets the tone so perfectly for what this movie is all about, courtesy of a highly animated John Malkovich. I adore the way the Coen brothers put together films; I always have and probably always will. I do understand that not all of their films are for everybody (some may have a problem watching a movie that's about low-intelligent characters), but practically all of their movies are for me. They possess the ability to make me laugh like no other, and I celebrate their entire library. For me, I feel this is totally a five star movie, and I don't think this is even close to being at the very top of their library, which should give you an indication of just how highly I think about them.
Mare Q (jp) wrote: Cool flick with some pretty insane dance moves.
Eli M (fr) wrote: amy adams' shines in this heartfelt melodrama.
Michael C (jp) wrote: This movie is a gem!!! A mixed of horror and comedy. Scary and funny in the same time. And it turned out to be a thriller at the end lol. Job well done!
Corey n (au) wrote: This is a okay comedy. Stars Rick Moranis who returns home and must face the bully from his childhood all over again. The bully is played by Tom Arnold. The film has a simple and entertaining enough story. Has some funny moments. Not a must see but if you catch it on television then give it a watch.
Joel B (ca) wrote: Jason Goes to Hell? Good. Let him stay there!
Mansi A (ru) wrote: Not your average lunar documentary. I loved the actual footage and radio excerpts from various Apollo missions. A great film for space enthusiasts!
Benjamin X (kr) wrote: "Fort Apache, The Bronx" is a crazy good title, and that's because it's also a crazy good movie. It's easy to find movies that raise difficult questions about morality and ethics but rare I think to find one that does so without relying on tired formulas or simplistic answers. Also Paul Newman perfectly treads the line of hardcore and dapper and never goes cliche with a character that is, for all its genreficationary stereotypicality, pretty complex. It is a sad but awesome movie, which is the most realistic type.
Brandon S (fr) wrote: Umberto Lenzi's jungle film that came out a great deal before the bulk of these types of films that are loaded with sex and gore from Italy. A English man is on a tour of Thailand when he accidently kills a man in a bar in self defense so he goes out into the jungle to lay low for a bit. When his guide gets killed by a tribe of cannibals the English man is captured and tortured, but eventually accepted by the tribe. A quick warning there is a lot of animal violence throughout the picture.
Brandon W (br) wrote: Review: Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story is directed and written by Rawson Marshall Thurber, and it stars Vince Vaughn, Ben Stiller, Christine Taylor, and Rip Torn in a comedy about a group of friends in a fitness group that doesn't have enough money to save their gym, and so they go to a dodgeball tournament to win the money to save it from another gym that wants to buy it off. It's been a while to see a film with Vince Vaughn as a main role, and it's been a while to see a film with Vince Vaughn even in it. So with that on the way, let's get to this film. It's refreshing to see Vince Vaughn act likable while also being not so bright as he usually plays unlikable characters that are dumb in the head. The supporting cast is really good and have memorable characteristics of them that's very silly, but it's really funny. The dodgeball scenes are very entertaining to watch and can be very fun when seeing it as an actual sport event. The cameo scenes can get a bit too much, but most of them have purpose for being there. Seeing Ben Stiller be the villain is both interesting and funny at the same time, and seeing him be a parody of guys that are really fit to be egotistical of themselves. The plot is familiar, but it's a comedy, so the structure will always be familiar, and it's very silly to the point that I was interested in where it's going. Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story is a great flick that is just hilarious enough on its own to forgive most of its flaws.
Ian C (jp) wrote: Re-watch. First time seeing this since it was released. Not a bad Sci-Fi film but with a premise involving The Invisible Man they Andrew W. Marlowe's script could have used that theme to much greater effect. A serious twitch off Rhona Mitra.
Tim M (kr) wrote: Oldboy meets con artist with a bizarrely affirmational message. Sam Jackson is excellent. I hope to see more of Irish-Ethiopian Ruth Negga.