A potential disaster rocks a space station and the lives of those on board in this suspense-filled science fiction drama. Konrad (Michael Pare) is a scientist who, while piloting a small spacecraft, accidentally crashes into Tesla, a laboratory in space created and maintained by the Russian government. While accusations of sabotage and sinister intentions greet Konrad upon his arrival, in time he is accepted by the multinational crew. But as personal tension begins to grow among the crew, it's learned that something is wrong with Tesla --something which could pull the space station out of orbit and send it crashing to Earth. Faced with the distinct possibility of a fiery death, the mood aboard Tesla turns from ugly to violent as Konrad and the others try to find a way to save the station -- and themselves
A potential disaster rocks a space station and the lives of those on board in this suspense-filled science fiction drama. Konrad (Michael Pare) is a scientist who, while piloting a small spacecraft, accidentally crashes into Tesla, a laboratory in space created and maintained by the Russian government. While accusations of sabotage and sinister intentions greet Konrad upon his arrival, in time he is accepted by the multinational crew. But as personal tension begins to grow among the crew, it's learned that something is wrong with Tesla --something which could pull the space station out of orbit and send it crashing to Earth. Faced with the distinct possibility of a fiery death, the mood aboard Tesla turns from ugly to violent as Konrad and the others try to find a way to save the station -- and themselves . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Deej R (es) wrote: The only reason it got a full star was because Corey Feldman made an appearance.
Hunter I (ca) wrote: Pig Hunt is a pretty good horror movie to watch, it's got good acting, good scary senes, and a scary pig, this movie is really good to watch.
Nevra E (kr) wrote: I give three stars because of Nietzsche and although I've just started to read the book, I believe the movie could be been much better, based on the book.
Ethan W (it) wrote: Just as good as the original, 28 Weeks Later has a great atmosphere and is superbly intense, especially that brilliant opening sequence. The movie also sees the return of one of the best scores in film. Don't miss 28 Weeks Later.
Perry C (de) wrote: Really intelligent film, loved the acting and I thouhgt that it being black and white gave it a real raw feel.
Philippe M (ag) wrote: James Remar devait competitionner avec les plus grands du action flicks mais il a malheureusement echoue, malgre ce film de vengeance paleo-conservateur qui est une brillante reflexion sur les enjeux guerriers du homeland security.
Matthew R (jp) wrote: Cool cinematography, although sometimes it does get kind of boring depending on the location. (Not all locations amused me honestly) Some of these places I have been, so I was extra thrilled about those scenes. All in all it's a very beautiful film but not for everyone.
Rob S (gb) wrote: Oliver Barrett IV comes from a rich family but lacks confidence in his intelligence even though he excels in school. Jenny comes from a poor family but is full of personality and intelligence and is very blunt with people. This is Love Story, and it's a good one at that.The film doesn't hold back. It throws us into the focus of the film in the very first scene when Oliver is arguing with the school librarian, who happens to be none other than Jenny. They are an odd match since Jenny pressures him into buying her coffee with the attitude that she gives him (and he returns the attitude). They do begin to flirt though pretty quickly; Oliver asks her why she wanted him to ask her out to which she responds playfully "I like your BODY."The conflict within the film stems from Oliver's father (Oliver III) being overly concerned with his son's life. He gives advice for what his son should do, but Oliver sees this as commanding him. Oliver Barrett III is basically the reason Oliver attends Harvard, he has connections (and when he brings this up Oliver feels insulted) and wants Oliver to maintain status in the upper class. With Oliver set to marry the daughter of a baker, this proves to be a great problem with his father.It's interesting to wonder which relationship drives this film the most: the relationship Oliver has with Jenny, or the relationship he has with his father. The best scenes of the film prove to be when Oliver is conflicted with his father's presence in his life. These scenes prove to be well-acted by Ryan O'Neal. These scenes are heartbreaking, especially since one of them involves Jenny being on the phone with Oliver's father just a few feet away from where Oliver is sitting.The source of conflict proves to be very interesting for a romance story. However, it isn't difficult to notice how cheesy the film is at certain parts. The best line of the film is uttered twice in the movie, and while it is good it honestly also sounds like it comes from a Valentine's Day greeting card. In this sense, the acting in the film heavily outweighs the writing.This film may prove to be cheesy at times, but overall it is a very engaging love story which makes one question the importance of relationships and forgiveness. It is not the most entertaining of films, but it gets its themes across very well.3.0/4.0
Kris W (gb) wrote: "They transplanted a white bigot's head on a soul brother's body!" "The doctor blew it--the most fantastic medical experiment of the age." And now with the fights, the Fuzz, the chicks and the choppers...Man, they're really in deeeeep trouble! "They share the same body... but hate each other's guts!" Starring screen legend and Oscar winner Ray Miland, and former NY football Giants defensive tackle Roosevelt Grier. It's a fast movie, at times it's so bad it's good, at other times it's just bad... Dr. Maxwell Kirshner: Philip, get me another body. Dr. Maxwell Kirshner: What the hell is the matter with you, Moss? Get back to bed! Jack Moss: You jive. Jack Moss: It's all right, honey, I'm not gonna hurt you. Lila: You get into more shit... Dr. Maxwell Kirshner: Williams! If you cut off my head, that'll be murder! Dr. Fred Williams: You actually feel I could take credit for something with which I had very little to do? Dr. Maxwell Kirshner: I don't understand you. Dr. Fred Williams: The reason you don't understand, Doctor, is because you're a *bigot*. A bigot of the highest caliber. And because of that, you have underestimated me and my intelligence
Tom A (fr) wrote: A failure when first released, Carl Theodore Dreyer's final film stars Nina Pens Rode, who is trapped in a loveless marriage but is in love with a younger musician. She leaves her husband for him, but soon learns her lover does not truly care for her when a past lover, now a celebrated poet, tells of that man's public derision of her. While devasted, the poet asks her to come back to him. Plot may not sound like much, and Dreyer's theatrical style is initially offputting (characters never look at each other when they speak), but this is an arresting and emotional film. A retired opera singer, Gertrud has spent much of her life in love, first with the poet, then in "something resembling love" with her husband, and finally with the playboy musician -- but all the while her men keep boxing her in. They see her as distracting of work, as stricly a quiet and supportive wife, or as a temporary fling to be discarded -- her choice is neither of them, a life of solitude where she can be as she is. Through it all Gertrud retains her dignity, knowing that the power of her love is stronger than what these men can possibly offer -- this is one of the few films where the men are more emotionally demonstrative than the woman. Cinematography, art direction and camerawork are as austere as all of Dreyer's work; and a fitting coda to the incredible career of one of cinema's more transcendent -- and feminist -- visionary filmmakers. Based on the play by Hjalmar Soderberg.
Jen K (es) wrote: Great movie - again, Rock Hudson
Charlie L (kr) wrote: Outstanding acting work from Kevin Spacey.
Joe I (ag) wrote: Last time hell, now it's forest. He's a legend in any climate
Janice F (us) wrote: Terrible directing and acting. Shoulda, coulda been a great story but was not layed out on the screen right. The beginning does not convince you of the mother going insane in just 2 scenes and the daughter then wanting to leave is told in one. Then, what Dad finds along the way seems ridiculous. All I kept thinking was, that daughter caused alot of grief. And the "girl"? Totally absurd. Wanted to like this movie but it was terrible in every sense.