Australian stuntman Grant Page goes to Los Angeles to work on a television series. He uses his spare time to lend his expertise to rock band Sorcery, whose act features duels between the ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Australian stuntman Grant Page goes to Los Angeles to work on a television series. He uses his spare time to lend his expertise to rock band Sorcery, whose act features duels between the ...
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Anthony P (gb) wrote: makes me think bad to the 1990s. the green screen effect is horrible. I thought we figured it out, but this movie proved me wrong, i dont even think i would watch it again if i got pain 200 BILLION dollars. thats how bad i felt the effects were. even if you just started out, you shouldnt have the effects as bad as they are in this movie. 1, in the house, the storm shold have been see able through the front window when they were told to pack, 2 the "kid" is a horrible actor so far, 3 the twister just magically seemed to follow them for a while, 4 it was too close, in real life, that would have sucked them up long before they got to the building, which the ramp looked so realistic (sarcasm) my half a star is because i see potential in the type of movies he plans to produce, but, unless he fixes the effects in the next one produces, he will be out of the game long before he is in it
Kristi S (au) wrote: It was cute for a lifetime movie.
Gordon H (jp) wrote: Remarkably Poignant and Powerful!Originally written on Aug. 24, 2011--Southern society girl Eugenia "Skeeter" Phelan (Emma Stone) returns from college during the Civil Rights era in 1963 Jackson, Mississippi, with dreams of being a writer. She turns her small town on its ear by choosing to interview the black women---such as Aibileen Clark (Viola Davis) and Minny Jackson (Octavia Spencer)---who have spent their lives taking care of prominent white families as their maids.This remarkably poignant and powerful film exposes the ugly stain of racism that each white and black person was faced with on a daily basis during the early 1960's in the Deep South. By writing her infamous book, Skeeter makes enemies of the white women whose appalling treatment of their black maids she chronicles. I agree with what Tom Long from The Detroit News remarked about the film: "Appealing, entertaining, touching, and perhaps even a bit healing, The Help is an old-fashioned grand yarn of a film, the sort we rarely get these days."
Scott M (nl) wrote: Was ok lot better than i expected it to be. Wouldnt go out way to watch it or bother to watch it again was just film watched on plane. Shame some of the acting was gash though good story couldve done loads more to it.
Matas M (es) wrote: cuando uno ve estas cosas!: le dan ganas de no haber vivido... o algo asi! depende de cada uno! interesante pelcula!
Claire M (jp) wrote: Not the best movie i've seen but it wasnt terrible
Daniel D (ca) wrote: A now dead genre. You can appreciate the rise of the actors involved yet with cinematography so abstract like this, you know there isn't much of a story to focus on.
Jeremy P (kr) wrote: An interesting indie film about repressed love and desire, family bonds and secrets and the deep south. For a small independent film the cinematography and score are amazing. Some of the performances from the cast are wonderful (actor Walt Goggins who plays Lee Todd is terrific) but some are a bit overly dramatic (Karen Black anyone?). By no means is this a great film (it could have been) but I would recommend it for at least a rental viewing.
Giovanni M (au) wrote: One of those rare musicals where it failed both critically, commercially, and as a film. Nothing comes together in this film. It's a mess, a fascinating mess, but nonetheless a mess.
Sean P (au) wrote: Really, this film is made by Steve Martin, who plays a self-assured goofball. So many classic moments. One of my favorites in the Steve Martin canon.
David D (us) wrote: Hilariously awful torture porn, with little torture and even less real porn.
Jeff W (de) wrote: A Marilyn Monroe white water rafting western? Sure, why not? Some great cinematography in an otherwise less than perfect film
Shane C (us) wrote: I'm sure it was a pretty racy movie in its time. Fun trip back in time of early movies. Even included some classic cartoons instead of previews.
Michael A (jp) wrote: I don't believe much in "excellent" Hollywood remakes.Some are good, and some are just terrible.And this is the latter.A 2013 remake of Brian De Palma's far superior 1976 Carrie, this film cannot compete with the original.Why? Because there's so many things about the original that were so good, it was memorable. This remake doesn't even add up to it's plot, effects, or characters.Sissy Spacek was Carrie White. She had just the character for her performance. It made me believe her troubled character, and that I praise.Chloe Grace Moretz was nothing more but an annoying bitch. She looks more like a popular girl than a social outcast. Her bloody look didn't make me believe anything about her. I've even grown to hate her for her other stupid performances.And everyone else looked like Hollywood extras than an independent unknown cast. One of the worst horror movie remakes I have watched. I suggest people stay away from this one and keep to the original.