Spontaneous Combustion

Spontaneous Combustion

A young man finds out that his parents had been used in an atomic-weapons experiment shortly before he was born, and that the results have had some unexpected effects on him.

A young man finds out that his parents had been used in an atomic-weapons experiment shortly before he was born, and that the results have had some unexpected effects on him. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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David L (br) wrote: Much has been said about Kennedy but not until here do we have a story focused on Lee Oswald. Notable characters too are all but Kennedy himself, played by Rob Lowe. Now let's see a follow up on LBJ, whos another fascinating President but much forgotten.

Sid K (de) wrote: oh this movie is so fantastic..but i missed old barbie story

Lester Y (de) wrote: A lighthearted coming of age Comedy that's as charmingly simple and emotionally resonant as a three-chord Punk classic. It's all about this all-girl band in high school in Japan. They're short one member and they pick the first girl they stumble across, and she's a Korean foreign-exchange student. With the talent show only three days away, they spend sleepless nights practicing for the show. They play the same two songs over and over. All four of them have unique personalities, from assertive to fun-loving to awkwardly shy, and the first 15 minutes or so is all kinds of confusing (I had to watch the first part twice) but you'll get to know these complex characters throughout their journey.First off, Linda Linda Linda is distinctly Japanese. If you ever grab a hold of the DVD (and you should), take a peep at the Culture Notes on the extras before watching the movie and get familiar with concepts like the Gakuen-sai and kokuhaku. The movie is firmly rooted into Japanese pop culture, and you really get a glimpse of what it's like to live in Japan as a teenager, similar to the accuracy of the equally twee and musical Whisper Of The Heart. An unfortunate consequence of the vacant, deadpan tone of the movie is the relatively long running time, but the style works really, really well. The director does a great job of jumping over the common trappings of movies like this, creating something that's much more charming and honest in the way it deals with universal teenage issues. It's very matter-of-fact, with no major build-up or a rah-rah climax or a dreadful boy-gets-the-girl moment, but the delightful ending is even more rewarding this way. Most teen Hollywood movies run like a man-made rollercoaster that feels obligatory and fabricated, but Linda Linda Linda is more like a meaningful road trip to somewhere unfamiliar, with absurdly cute girls who can bring the Rock. See it.

Yash B (ca) wrote: It's by no means a cinematic masterpiece but I remember loving it as a kid and due to nostalgia I probably like it a bit more than most will. It's pretty much the same type of humor and style as the first.

Fong K (ag) wrote: The Shanghainese dialogue is the soundtrack to the movie. Every scene is so beautifully to look at, they are hypnotic. The slow-moving arthouse masterpiece demands patience to be appreciated, much like sipping good tea with no hurry and enjoying the finer details of the senses. Hong Kong starlets, Carina Lau and Michelle Reis in their finest performances.

Russell S (nl) wrote: A dark, gritty and unsettling movie, Hitchcock pulls off a late career triumph that's as good as many of his earlier great works. Barry Foster is perfect in the role of the murderer and it fits him like a glove. The ending could have done with a little more punch but that's only my opinion.

Raji K (gb) wrote: Beneath the Planet of the Apes picks right up where the first film picks up. The movie trades some of its intellectual aspects and provocative elements from the first movie for action, and scientific mystery. The movie is quite unpredictable and quite dark. The different areas that are explored by the new astronaut was entertaining as well. I found the movie to be quite a bold and interesting conclusion that I can see most fans being disappointed.

Elise H (fr) wrote: O'Toole is brilliant as the childish and tortured Henry II. The good king has boundary problems (as most monarchs do) but also seems conflicted on exactly what kind of relationship he expects from his best friend. Unlike most reviewers, I do not find this performance from Burton worthy of him: he seems wooden and unbelievable as a devout and taciturn man of the cloth.

Aaron B (mx) wrote: a bit long but good, ingrid berman and anthony perkins are both excellent

Private U (ag) wrote: I remember being amused by this greatly, but it's been at least 6 years.

Melissa D (it) wrote: Sad ending... Beautiful landscape, clothing, and concepts.