Sinking of the Lusitania: Terror at Sea
A dramatization of the notorious World War I torpedoing of the ocean liner, RMS Lusitania.
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Carlos M (au) wrote: This is probably what The Hangover would have been like had it been made with female characters: a raunchy version of Bridesmaids that is dirtier, more politically incorrect and funny as hell - gladly lacking that typical sentimentality found in most comedies today.
Andrew H (it) wrote: The Only game to film that works so far
Dimitri C (nl) wrote: Sometimes ridiculous, "Seed of Chucky" only deserves a watching if you are fan of the saga.
Donell M (es) wrote: Another top favo... It could happen to anybody... Cause I know for sure I'd Break All Thee Rules..."
Ambra E (au) wrote: this movie left its mark on me its very powerfull
Alden S (jp) wrote: 9 out of 10:GoldenEye modernizes the Bond franchise with style. It's an action packed adventure with plenty of thrills, if not for its few flaws.
Rob C (ag) wrote: Lou Burke (Jean-Claude Van Damme) is an undercover cop sent into the prison system to unravel a mystery surrounding the deaths of it's inmates. On file, he was incarcerated for armed robbery, a case said to garner respect from the inmates. After a little budding around, Burke finds out that the inmate's deaths were caused because of their organs, which were sold to the highest bidder on the outside. The Sandman (Patrick Kilpatrick), who was killed by Burke a year prior to his incarceration, is sent inside in order to prevent Burke from achieving his goal. Death Warrant was maybe Jean-Claude Van Damme's weakest film to come out of the nineties. The film had a quickening pace that featured no character development, especially on The Sandman. We're only given a shot of his death at the beginning with nothing else to show for. The only thing we know is that he's impervious to bullets and fire; some kind of terminator. Even the ending left room for some debate because we're left with a huge gap in the storyline. The people responsible for sending Burke undercover were never apprehended. One was said to be involved in the cover-up of the murders as well. Death Warrant was a mistake of a film and was a good move to release this before his career took off. Van Damme was pretty much asleep through the entire filming process with the final showdown between his character and The Sandman being a little too long for comfort. I know Van Damme's films are solely for entertainment purposes only, but a little maintenance on the script would have been nice.
Allan C (nl) wrote: I love Gene Wilder, but this one was pretty disappointing. Originally it was supposed to be the Wilder/Pryor follow-up to "Stir Crazy" (which might have been fun) but the story of Wilder as the innocent caught up with spies, espionage and intrigue was neither thriller or funny. I'm always kind of sad that Wilder had so few good film after 1980 after having so many classics.
Christophe M (us) wrote: Avant-dernier chapitre de la srie-spin off "Sister Street Fighter" l'ajout de "Return" fait encore plus penser au deuxime opus de la clbre saga de Chiba. Le film est toujours aussi plaisant regarder, y'a une vraie galerie de monstre en ce qui concerne les nombreux adversaires de Koryu (dont un pseudo Bruce Lee qui tient pas deux minutes !) et y'a Yasuaki Kurata en plus. Alors pourquoi le noter moins bien que les autres ? Parce qu'il ressemble presque l'identique au prcdent film, mme Kurata a le mme genre de rle, la structure narrative est pareil, et y'a mme d'autres acteurs morts dans le prcdent qui reviennent sous la forme d'autres personnages. C'est dommage que le film ne soit pas plus inspir que a, parce qu'il est dans la droite ligne du reste de la saga mais faut quand mme pas abuser, mme le gnrique du dbut fait penser au prcdent. Un film qui marque le pas malgr des qualits videntes !!!
Eugene L (us) wrote: An enjoyable comedy about the double standards that were prevalent in Sicily. In theory the material is dark, but the film highlights the absurdness of the situations the characters are in, and this makes it very funny. I thought it was even funnier than 'Divorce Italian Style'.
Chris B (nl) wrote: Overall, Fiend without a Face works as a 50s science fiction film that at times may be a little cheesy or far stretched, works. For the time, and on a tiny budget, it is a successful creature film with some amazing stop animation. If you're into older sci-fi, you'll find yourself eating this up.
Vadim D (us) wrote: A must watch for any film buff. This is the creation of screwball comedy and dance musicals. Cheek to Cheek is still one of the best choreographed dances shot on film.
Ross P (gb) wrote: Not ready for prime time: poorly cast, romantic glossing over of the chaos and tragedy, much like a Readers Digest version. Rob Lowe gave a solid performance as JFK, Ginnifer Goodwin was a poor selection for Jackie (from waistline to accent), many other actors had little resemblance to their characters. The Oswalds, from actors, acting, and casting were a welcome exception. The screenplay succeeded in giving JFK a human touch and portraying the Oswalds as real people. This movie had the chance to be as real-life feeling as did Parkland, but completely missed the chance to show even glimpses of what it was like to be in that limousine (even the pleasant part) or the chaos, horror, and rampant emotions of the emergency room scenes, ride to Love Field, or the return flight. The entire movie missed the chance to be insightful, personal, and credible. Instead it came across as a trite docudrama suitable for 1980s afternoon TV.