A pilot is the only hope to stop the mutiny of a spacecraft by its security crew, who plot to sell the crew of the ship into slavery.
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Lauren B (nl) wrote: This movie was okay. It is very unique and the acting performances were pretty good.I bought it because I'm a fan of Ellen Page and Jessie Eisenberg. They both did a good job in it, and it's kind of a cute movie. It's different from the same ol' movies you see everyday. However, it's not one I loved.
Francisco G (ru) wrote: A sumptuous period piece zombie drama, superbly shot and with good production values that ultimately faceplants itself on corny drama, cheesy acting, horrid soundtrack and not much novelty to be had. What it does, it does so well, from the animations to the cinematography to the way some scenes unfold but it's all too messy and most of these elements just don't fit together at all in the end. Worth a shot for fans of the genre but even so, there's not enough here to elevate itself above the mediocre or even hope to achieve the classics it so desperately tries to. And crap, is the lead still screaming? Oh... yes... yes he is... *sigh*
Aja E (it) wrote: this is a great movie
Evan H (ru) wrote: an emotional, intriguing and fulfilling movie
Augustine H (es) wrote: Despite the slow pace, with Ed Harris's efforts, we are told the story of Jackson Pollock, a relatively unknown in mainstream outside the US, but high-achieving painter and his works with his struggles, ups and downs and adultery. A flaw is that the connection between Jackson Pollock's works and his experience should have been depicted more in details. Marcia Gay Harden, who plays Lee Krasner, is the essence of the entire film. As for Jennifer Connelly, although Ruth Kligman, the character she played is influential today, her presence is utterly redundant and unnecessary.
Mokis N (it) wrote: awesome movie!!!!!!!!!!!!! i loved it!!!!!!!
Steve H (it) wrote: Very weird, I thought someone might have dropped an acid tab in my ovaltine to start with. After 30 minutes with no Ewan Mcgregor, I started to wonder if there was a Japanese Ewan, and he had already made his entrance. Described as an erotic film, I thought It would be more erotic to watch someone having sex with a battered sausage, than watch this. Avoid.
Cresswell S (es) wrote: reformed con finds his love of tap, better then sounds.
Laura B (ag) wrote: This is a great movie and Gary oldman totally immersed himself into this character..great bio-pic
Ben D (es) wrote: In a way it's cold but strong,tone makes it in some way better than the the - maybe even overly romantic though beautiful and impressiove 1992 adaptation. And this version is visually beautiful as weel, plus sexy. But especially I liked the way the actor of Dracula portrayed him. The tense, arrogant, cunning and self-assurent being was really impressive. Especially when combined to the beautiful shaded eyes and that adorable wake of a smile we see in some scenes.
Stuart K (ru) wrote: Directed by Joseph Manduke (Jump (1973), Vengeance (1977) and Beatlemania (1981)), and based on the 1966 novel Hog Butcher by Ronald Fair. The book was written during a time of racial tension in the United States, by the time the film was made, the Civil Rights Act of 1964 had long been passed, but racial tension still remained. This family drama shows what was going on at the time. In a gritty urban neighbourhood, Nathaniel Hamilton (Keith Wilkes) is an aspiring basketball played nicknamed Cornbread, and he's about to be the first kid from the neighbourhood to enrol in college on an athletic scholarship, which pleases his young friends Earl Carter (Tierre Turner) and Wilford Robinson (Laurence Fishburne). But all that comes crashing down when Cornbread is accidentally mistaken for a criminal by the local police, and is brutally gunned down in cold blood. Earl and Wilford are devastated, and a riot ensues, but the police try to cover up the murder by using intimidation to make sure no witnesses take the stand. It's a sort of African-American version of a Ken Loach film, very gritty and it doesn't flinch away from the urban grime and filth. It has some good performances, and it was Fishburne's debut performance too. But it's a film which had it's finger on the pulse of African-American attitudes in urban slums at that time.
Carlos M (ru) wrote: Kazan's self-defense for naming names to the House Committee on Un-American Activities (HUAC) in 1952 (and his apologia for denunciation) is a gritty combo of realistic crime drama, romance and character study with a stellar central performance by Marlon Brando.
Rachael D (nl) wrote: absolutely love this movie!
Ryan S (gb) wrote: Not the best B-movie, but it's full of B thrills and laughs that make it a fun enough ride.
Spencer K (it) wrote: I'm a sucker for horror movies, and this trailer had some promise and some creepy imagery, so I went and saw it. surprisingly, this had a few solid scares mixed in and some creepy atmosphere and tension. the acting was nothing special, the script was a little corny and the dialogue was wooden. it's nowhere near the next best horror film, but I didn't completely hate it either. it's a fun little horror film with some decent scares, but not much more. it's nothing special at all, and I feel like it would have been better if it wasn't found footage. that's a tired genre and it really shows here. there's not much going for it, but I didn't hate it. it's just so derivate and feels so tired and cliched.