In a futuristic London, the rising sea levels mean that large areas are under feet of water. Hauer plays a cop who previously lost his partner to some strange creature. Now the creature is back and its after him. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
In a futuristic London, the rising sea levels mean that large areas are under feet of water. Hauer plays a cop who previously lost his partner to some strange creature. Now the creature is back and its after him.
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Siriporn P (jp) wrote: Funny. Cute. Touching. Really loooooove this film.
Elsa W (kr) wrote: Alexandre Desplat, Coco & Boy gets me feeling all sorts of emotions. I was also impressed to see Audrey Tautou portray Miss Chanel.
Haylie K (ru) wrote: if you haf three-sums with your boyfriend, you should watch this lol
Jeremy S (jp) wrote: Didn't like it at all. Same formula and same results
Cameron H (jp) wrote: Past the nauseating cinematography that dates Jean-Pierre Jeunet's work more than he probably intended, he has an alluring weirdness that keeps me searching for content. The best content is in the weirdness itself, like the character introductions that inform us of their biggest likes and dislikes, or the mini-quests Amelie (Audrey Tautou) takes on to bring happiness to others -- identifying a man who frequently takes photos at booths around the city, finding the lost letters of a long lost love, shaping intent in the look of someone in a Renoir painting. Describing much of what literally happens is more delightful now than how I initially swallowed it, during the showing.What I may not ever agree with is the character Amelie. Jean-Pierre Jeunet ultimately portrays her as a simple-minded young woman with creative spark in toying around with people, but lacking the vulnerability to reveal herself as the good doer. Overtime, she lacks fulfillment under the guise of a nobody, and, expressed through televised dream sequences, fears a short life of no one else appreciating what she has done in her life. These moments do not merely normalize her, but they humanize her. I had to clarify that because Jeunet's fears of normality sacrifice heart, which I had hoped this film would have an abundance of. Amelie's superiority complex is subtly deconstructed as she discovers love, but what is left standing strong is a lust for karma. Sometimes, it's as if she does not actually care how her human subjects respond to her deeds, especially her more vengeful acts. On top of that, I never quite understood her agenda. Do good for the world, piece by piece? Find love in some random guy with a neat photo album? Simply be? Reading from critics that this is Jeunet's most focused film, I'll accept the unwieldy attitude of Amelie, and hope I like it better overtime.
Alexander C (mx) wrote: Could watch this sometime if i can find.
Kris W (ru) wrote: MST3K Episode. Joe Estevez, Martin's brother and Emilio and Charlie Sheen's uncle, stars.
Jei P (kr) wrote: this gets higher rating cuz it's the first movie i've ever watched in a theater with my mommy when i had no idea what LOVE is :D
Emily L (us) wrote: Judy Garland is hilarious and charming in this movie. It's very interesting to see the beginning of June Allyson's film premiere, not to mention the random two-second appearance of Peter Lawford.
Andr (it) wrote: Review will be written when/if re-watched (Probability: Zero).First viewing: 27.03.2002
Cody M (de) wrote: I was bored beyond believe in this Blade Runner wannabe, that was shot like a music video.
Ziv E (it) wrote: A fun movie i remember watching a lot.
Shawn R (es) wrote: It is a decent movie from My childhood days and great for nostalgia. Who could deny Al Pachino? Nothing mind provoking though and easily skipped in the pursuit of higher culture.
(kr) wrote: It's amazingly entertaining and absolutely thrilling, certainly a wonderful film.