Stonehenge Apocalypse

Stonehenge Apocalypse

When a group of archaeologists dig up a human skeleton near the historical monument of STONEHENGE, an ancient piece of machinery hidden beneath the bedrock is discovered. Not knowing what it could be the workers accidentally trigger the mechanism and start a chain of events that may very well end the world as we know it

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Lisa W (ca) wrote: Rodd and I give it 4. Ethan gave it a 1. If he could have counted subtitles as reading pages for homework, he'd have rated it a 2.

Alice (it) wrote: One night of passion that will change their lives

Adam K (gb) wrote: Thom Andersen's exhaustive film essay on Los Angeles as depicted in the cinema is masterful, mesmerising and insightful. Highly recommended for anyone interested in cinema, architecture and the political and social history of the city of angels.

Robert B (au) wrote: Billy Elliott (Stephen Daldry, 2000)[originally posted 26Nov2001]The surprise hit of 2000, and I can't for the life of me figure out why. Daldry throws scene after scene of unmitigated emotional manipulation at us without ever really bothering to connect them. Plotlines begin and disappear (mostly to accentuate points of character; it's easier and more effective to do so without introducing subplots you don't plan to do anything with), characters are developed and then never realized, ambiguity reigns in areas where definition cries out for exposure, and the soundtrack is a horrid mishmash of songs that may have been appropriate where they were, had the movie's subject matter been about the same things as the songs were (most notably The Clash's "London Calling," which lent a great deal of weight to what was, at best, a minor scene).As with Cast Away (ONE word, not two...), a director took a fine cast of characters and refused to let them come through. The most heartbreaking example of this is Debbie (Nicola Wilson in her screen debut), the daughter of Billy's dance teacher and a possible love interest-- until she disappears from the movie without any explanation. Could have been much, much better than it was. **

Ilsa L (ag) wrote: My heart ached for Dawn!

Kirsten L (fr) wrote: Here we see the boorish side of Mel. And here I was thinking he didn't have one.

Gabriel K (mx) wrote: I watched the "extended" version of this movie. I wasn't sure what to expect, but was pleasantly surprised, even though the story seemed to wander at times and somehow seemed unfinished (understandably, given the highly publicized circumstances of how this movie was made). Still, a good movie with interesting characters - not a typical western.

Pop M (fr) wrote: Not A Bad Movie. Just Saw It Today And I Love It.