Budget cuts force two rival ambulance companies and their misfit medics to go head-to-head to save their patients, their jobs and their beer money, all in the name of emergency medicine. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Budget cuts force two rival ambulance companies and their misfit medics to go head-to-head to save their patients, their jobs and their beer money, all in the name of emergency medicine.
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Patrick C (kr) wrote: Seriously! How could anyone hate this! This was a good movie!
Beth a (ca) wrote: Strange movie but still great
Kyle M (us) wrote: One of the least favorable of Disney's animated offerings with an utterly silly nature and subpar enjoyment at a decent level thanks to the somewhat beneficial cast and typical senses of humor, a meaningful heart and creativity, especially taking on the sci-fi genre that led to a sugarcoating bow of unfunny parody. This animated sci-fi "fable" is mostly for kids and families altogether to give the youngsters a look into the genre. (B)(Full review coming soon)
bill s (gb) wrote: Knew I was going to hate this but Garner pushes it into enjoyable territory.
Ricardo S (br) wrote: it does bloody grabs you from the start, one of the best first scenes in cinema history if you ask me.However the mid of the film felt slow to me, was plannin on giving it a 6 but the last scene really redeemed it and got it an extra point.so, really awesome start and perfect ending, if only the journey was as captivating..
Matthew A (jp) wrote: An unbelievable high school drama
Cory T (jp) wrote: The most indelible aspects of the manifold adaptations of 'Body Snatchers' have been the sociopolitical subtexts behind them. The ephemeral, quite arch 1993 rendition focuses on the emotional repression of the military establishment and EPA-regulated environmental safeguards. The concept of Meg Tilly being the stepmother is another example of a surrogate for an authority figure. There are a few deliciously sinister scenes liberally sprinkled throughout the film including a disquieting sequence where an entire classroom draws the same amorphous painting except for the solitary non-pod person and the Vulcan logic that "it's the race that's important, not the individual". Abel Ferrara vainly enhances the claustrophobic atmosphere with Dutch angles but this is the umpteenth iteration of this tale and his style-over-substance sensibility is no consolation. On a sidenote, the bellowing shrieks of the pod people might've been terrifying decades ago, but they are incredibly dated and cartoonish nowadays (especially the horrendously superimposed CGI of a screamer plummeting from a helicopter).
Allan C (it) wrote: Strong sequel to the original Superman film was sadly marred by producer interference and the original director, Richard Donner, being removed from the film. Donner's cut was much more serious and was minus the the many comic gags inserted by his replacement director, Richard Lester. The story is a good one, which three super villains from Krypton coming to earth and seeking revenge upon the son of the man who imprisoned them, Superman's father. All the main actors returned for this film, but the additional of Terrance Stamp as General Zod is a strong addition to the original cast and gives the film some real menace. But like I said before, it's the annoying and unnecessary bits of comedy that bring down what would otherwise have been a film equal if not better than the original film. If you have a choice, watch the recently release Richard Donner cut of this film instead. It's far superior.
Jeff J (fr) wrote: I rarely like American comedies, but this one is just one hilarious ride. Lots of satires and little jokes that might be missed the first time around. Hilarious!
Alex S (ag) wrote: Not as good as the 2009 version.