Children everywhere defend his existence, and one man will stop at nothing to discover the truth. This Christmas Dr. Lloyd Darrow, with the emotional (and financial) support of his wife Barbara, and their children Keith (naughty) and Kiely (nice), will conduct an experiment so ambitious that it could very well capture THE visit from Santa Claus himself! In preparation for the big night, Dr. Darrow and his intern Clarence (self-proclaimed Santologists) gather extraordinary evidence of the jolly gift-giver from the North. Their research takes you from the pyramids of Egypt, to the Town Center Shopping Plaza in Polka City, Ohio, and even to the UFO fields of Roswell, New Mexico.
Writer:Daryn Tufts, Matt Whitaker (additional writing)
Millions of people believe in him. Thousands claim to have seen him. But only one man is foolish enough to try to prove his existence. Self-proclaimed "Santologist" Dr. Lloyd Darrow will ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
KJ Q (mx) wrote: Ok, what the fuck were they smoking? out of all the movie ideas you had, you choose to make a movie about a tire? I am not joking, this movie is literally about a tire that kills people by shaking. In my opinion, this is the worst movie that I have ever seen in my life. This movie makes Pitch Perfect, Twilight and Fantastic Four watchable. I don't know why they even green lit this in the first place but i know is that they were 100% on drugs when they were deciding on what movie to make. Just avoid this garbage, it'll be an hour and 30 minutes waste of your life if you watch Rubber.Score:0/10
Private U (fr) wrote: Interesting concept, but poorly executed.
Markus C (ru) wrote: Very sparse and ambient. A wonderful account of a father and sons journey to Koktebel form Moscow. They have no means of transport
Harry W (br) wrote: In Hell seems fairly obvious to be a low-budget action rip-off of The Shawshank Redemption. It has the same inside drama and an african-american narrating his thoughts of the events in the sound of a wise voice. But considering the standards of Direct-to-DVD Jean-Claude Van Damme movies, this one isn't half bad.Of course, half of it is. The action is very choppily edited, and when the cinematography isn't covering outside shots, it's mainly terrible unhelpful action shots that are too close or too wrongfully directed at the characters.But In Hell has a decent prison plot-line and eventually has you supporting the main characters, so it does feature a certain level of appeal, and if you're a fan of Jean-Claude Van Damme then you're bound to enjoy In Hell to a certain extent, as I did and a friend of mine did. And if you're a fan of prison films, then there's another reason to enjoy In Hell. So considering the standards set by Ringo Lam's films and the fact that it has positive derivatives to it, In Hell is better than you'd expect, so long as you're expecting little.
gary t (kr) wrote: WOW.....WOW.....WOW....WOW.....JUST SEEN THIS MOVIE 4 THE 1ST TIME N THINK THAT THIS IS SUCH AN ENJOYABLE MOVIE 2 WATCH......its got a good cast of actors/actresses throughout this movie.....I think that john Travolta, forest whittaker, Robert duvall, kyra Sedgwick, brent spiner, play good roles/parts throughout this movie......I think that the director of this drama/sci-fi/fantasy movie had done a great job of directing this movie because you never know what 2 expect throughout this movie......WARNING THIS MOVIE CONTAINS STROBE LIGHTNING EFFECTS THROUGHOUT SOME SCENES THROUGHOUT THIS MOVIE......I think that this is such a really sad touching movie 2 watch, its got such a fantastic cast throughout this movie.......The film earned mixed reviews from critics, and maintains a 50 percent average rating at Rotten Tomatoes based on 34 reviews.The film was a box office success, having earned more than $16,000,000 on its opening weekend, debuting on third position and later climbing up to second. It finally grossed $104,636,382 in the US and $47,400,000 elsewhere, grossing approximately $152,000,000 overall.A scene in which Malley asks Pennamin, "Hey, would you, uh, love me for the rest of my life?" and she responds, "No, I'm gonna love you for the rest of mine" inspired Trace Adkins' late-1997 single "The Rest of Mine".Awards and nominationsTravolta and Whitaker both won a Blockbuster Entertainment Award for their performances in 1997. Moreover Whitaker received an Image Award. In the same year the film was nominated for a Saturn Award. Travolta was nominated for a MTV Movie Award for his performance as well as for Best Kiss with Kyra Sedgwick. Eric Clapton was nominated for his song Change the World and won an ASCAP Award and the BMI Film & TV Award. Thomas Newman also received a BMI Film & TV Award for the score.Phenomenon IIOn November 1, 2003 a television movie titled Phenomenon II was broadcast on the ABC Network. It was directed by Ken Olin and starred Terry O'Quinn, Jill Clayburgh and Christopher Shyer as George Malley. Although it was billed as a sequel to the film, Phenomenon II is actually a partial-remake of the original film, essentially retelling the original story while adding new characters and introducing a sub-plot involving the NSA. The open ending of the telefilm suggests that it may have served as a pilot for a new TV series, though a Phenomenon series has not materialized.man this is such a really sad touching movie 2 watch, it is such a beautifully directed movie 2 watch, it is such a really well written/acted/directed movie 2 watch, its such an entertaining movie 2 watch, its got a great cast throughout this movie.....I think that kyra Sedgwick was absolutely brilliant throughout this movie as the love interest of john Travolta throughout this movie.....I think that this is such a really sad touching movie 2 watch, but it is such an enjoyable movie 2 watch, with a great cast throughout this movie, it is such an enjoyable love story/romance movie 2 watch with a great cast throughout this movie......its got a good soundtrack throughout this movie.....its such an enjoyable movie 2 watch, with a great cast throughout this movie......
John K (jp) wrote: Just a great, mad film, not much of the premis is explained in the film - but that dosen't matter. It is hilarious, in somewhat poor taste and wonderful in a low budget way...
Francis B (mx) wrote: Un film dans un film. Plutot un film dans un cinema. Un histoire a la "Psychose" mais la psychose est tout a fait justifier. Tres horrible et tres etourdissant. Ce film marque par son originalite et ses effet speciaux ... a la fois simple et complexe. Les acteur son tres bien choisi et peut etre meme trop, ce qui fait un film encore plus marquant. Un thrilleur sublime pour les amateur de film serie B, experientale, thriller et en quete d'originaliter.
Cliff O (it) wrote: The worst of the Airport movies. More TV-movie than feature film. Astonishingly stupid, horrible special effects. Recommended only for masochists, completists and people with a high tolerance for _extreme_ camp badness.Moment to watch for: Martha Raye with a bladder control problem cooling her heels while Jimmie "J.J." Walker plays the saxophone and smokes a joint in the john.Oh, and a the only movie you could say was a total waste of Charo.