Frank Corvin, ‘Hawk’ Hawkins, Jerry O'Neill and ‘Tank’ Sullivan were hotdog members of Project Daedalus, the Air Force's test program for space travel, but their hopes were dashed in 1958 with the formation of NASA and the use of trained chimps. They blackmail their way into orbit when Russia's mysterious ‘Ikon’ communications satellite's orbit begins to degrade and threatens to crash to Earth.
When an engineer is gotten a phone to repair a failing satellite, he supposes that he & his colleagues got into space. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(fr) wrote: Earlier this week I wrote about Hot Fuzz (2007) and how I said it was one of the best cop film I've seen in a while however though Hot Fuzz (2007) was amazing I liked The Heat just a little better. To me The Heat is proof that when you put Paul Feig and Melissa McCarthy together you always get a great film. Sandra Bullock shocked me in this film due to the fact that in recent years she's done mostly dramatic films such as Crash (2005), The Blind Side (2009), and Gravity (2013) however in this film she's actually hilarious. What makes The Heat so funny is the obsessive amount of profanity in the film, and how the characters in this film are another thing that make the film hysterical. The Heat is such an underrated movie I have no idea why it has only a 65% on here because if you ask me it deserves a much better rating than that, If you want a hilarious action comedy than I recommend you watch The Heat.
(it) wrote: The Book had an epic message to be told but sadly this one is sat down and held under by movie mess ups.
(mx) wrote: First of all I want to make a point about Rebecca De Mornay. I really like her and I think she is a great actress and I kinda feel sorry for her in relation to this movie, because all the scenes she is in are the only good scenes, but every other scene is crap, so she probably didn't know what she was signing up for. Luckily she still manages to deliver a solid performance, however that is where the good points end.Every other cast member is a bad actor, especially the actress who plays Janet (who appears to be the main character but randomly dies half an hour into the movie). Julianne Michelle, who plays Janet, has got to be one of the worst actresses ever and the scene where her character dies was one of my favourites; not because it was good but because I didn't have to listen to her utter another damn word.Anyway, on with the other bad things... the screenplay is absolutely stupid, the story is one of the most un-original i've ever heard (ooh, someone died in an apartment and now makes new residents commit suicide, where have I heard that before). The characters are uninteresting and one-dimensional (except for Rebecca De Mornay's), the CGI is awful, and there is so much of it , even when it's unnecessary e.g. the apartment building, the view from the balcony of 1303, the bath water (grrrrrr). I dread to think what the 3D version of this movie is like. This movie has no redeeming qualities.Finally, after watching this movie, I tried to think of things in it that allowed me to be glad about the fact that I watched it. All I could come up with was that I now know that Rebecca De Mornay can sing (and is great at it) and that she can still deliver a great performance when under the worst direction and working with the worst supporting cast/screenplay. 2/10. [Do Not Watch This Movie]
(de) wrote: This is the one with Claude Rains as the scientist, and two gorgeous women in the divine shapes of Jill St John and Vitina Marcus. The dinos, alas, are enlarged reptiles with added plasticine, not stop-motion. All-in-all, never a great movie, but quite watchable.
(gb) wrote: the movie sweeney todd is awesome, cause im in love wit sweeney !! ;OO
(mx) wrote: Involved film with 3 characters - the two physicists Eisienberg (Aryan), Bohr (Jewish) and his wife Margrethe in WW2. They were both involved with seperate nuclear weapons programs and this film thoughtfully explores some avenues of speculation and probability of what they spoke about during their secret meeting at Bohrs' house 1941
(ru) wrote: Even though it doesn't reach the comedic heights as its predecessor, Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me is still original enough to keep the laughs coming.
(ru) wrote: Bad horror movie, but slightly entertaining due to its stupidity.
(ag) wrote: An enlightening look on an American tragedy.
(mx) wrote: There's some good dialogue bits and performances, but very little else. Woody Allen explores infidelity again, with powerful flashbacks and all sorts of messy confrontations. Its not one of his best, but its still an interesting look for completists.
(au) wrote: Moving. Worth to see
(gb) wrote: Very nostaligic movie 4 me, Dale Midkiff does a interesting E.
(it) wrote: 50's soapy melodrama, but worth a look for the lush colours and William Holden. Woof!
(br) wrote: a poignant and compassionate film about the lives of two boxers trying to make ends meet and surviving in a hostile town. one of the greatest sports dramas but also the most underrepresented.
(kr) wrote: The opening credits bill Robert Rodriguez as writer, producer, director and "short, chopped and scored by". However, if you look at IMDB not only did Rodriguez write, direct, photograph, edit and score the film, he was also the production designer, camera operator and the sound effects editor, so whether you love or hate this movie, credit nearly all goes to Rodriguez. As the third and final of the Mariachi trilogy, this film is the biggest of the three films, making this "The Good, the Bad and the Ugly" equivalent as the crown jewel of his trilogy. Antonio Banderas and Salma Hayek are both back for this sequel, but they are joined by what is by far the most stellar cast of the series, which includes Johnny Depp, Mickey Rourke, Eva Mendes, Danny Trejo, Enrique Iglesias, Cheech Marin, Rubn Blades, Willem Defoe, Pedro Armendariz and many other familiar faces. Of all the new folks, it's Johnny Depp as a freakin' modern day Zatoichi that steals the show. This was the same year that the first "Pirates of the Caribbean" came out, which launched Depp from mere movie star into Hollywood superstar territory, and deservedly so, though between this dil and Pirates, I much prefer this film and Depp's performance as well. Depp plays a rogue CIA agent, or so he says, trying to take down Mexican drug dealer, Defoe by any smarmy means necessary. Depp oozes charm and has a hypnotic quality that beguiles those around him (and the audience) even though you know that he's going to screw over anyone who gets in his way. This may be my favorite Depp character, which is aging something considering Depp's filmography. After watching this movie the firs time in theaters, my first thought was, I want a spinoff to follow Depp's Zatoichi-like blind gunman, along with his young helper (ALA "Lone Wolf and Cub"). Besides Banderas and Depp, the third part of this trio is Willem Defoe, who is good and has a pretty splashy character, especially near the end of the film after botched facial plastic surgery. Of the supporting characters, I remember being excited to see Mickey Rourke in anything. Oh, and Eva Mendez is smokin' hot! Overall, this is a wildly entertaining action flick that is a fitting end to a memorable trilogy that had a very interesting evolution film-to-film.
(de) wrote: This is a great movie. I would even consider it a masterpiece. I have seen this movie many, many times, and it never gets old. Great acting all around, outstanding visual effects, and amazing attention to details.I've never been a big fan of romance in movies, but Titanic is an exception. It was always interesting, because of great characters and storytelling. I would recommend this movie just for the experience alone.