Superman: Brainiac Attacks

Superman: Brainiac Attacks

Embittered by Superman's heroic successes and soaring popularity, Lex Luthor forms a dangerous alliance with the powerful computer/villain Brainiac. Using advanced weaponry and a special strain of Kryptonite harvested from the far reaches of outer space, Luthor specifically redesigns Brainiac to defeat the Man of Steel.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:76 minutes
  • Release:2006
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:dc comics,   perry white,  

Embittered by Superman's heroic successes and soaring popularity, Lex Luthor forms a dangerous alliance with the powerful computer/villain Brainiac. Using advanced weaponry and a special strain of Kryptonite harvested from the far reaches of outer space, Luthor specifically redesigns Brainiac to defeat the Man of Steel. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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William H (au) wrote: So now we have three major HK actors playing: Donnie Yen, Tony Leung, and now Anthony Wong. While the first two played the younger ready-to-fight Wing Tsun master, Wong's Ip Man is an older martial artist that displays airs of wisdom and gentility. His journey through as an immigrant to Hong Kong in the 1950's shows the tumultuous era, full with labor strikes, corrupt cops, and emerging technology. Fights are bound to happen, but Anthony Wong's Ip Man tries his best to avoid it if possible. The movie even shows his literary side. The movie shows the difficulty of being a teacher to students who are too eager to use what they have learned. In some ways, it's also an exercise of training new actors, as Anthony Wong patiently gives much screen time to younger stars. But we all know that Wong has the toughest job, especially with the Fo-Shan accent.The movie is beautifully shot. The camera pans softly and in HD, highlights all the little details of the 1950's apartments in Hong Kong. They even tried to recreate Kowloon City, the most dense living project of its time - rife with crime of course. The Final Fight is slow at times, but I appreciated it. I don't see it as an action film, but more of a biography or historical film. It's great to see the sets and the outfits of the time. Just don't expect jump kicks all day in this one.

Filippo V (gb) wrote: Un film intrigante che ci riporta alla memoria i vecchi film di Spielberg degli anni 80. Nonostante il finale un po' scontato, la storia intrattiene una vasta fetta di pubblico e dal punto di vista tecnico non c' niente da dire.

Wendy C (mx) wrote: Great performance by Kim Cattrall with a strange geeky fan done nicely by newcomer Dustin Ingram. A bit to predictable but cutely quirky.

Matthew M (mx) wrote: picks up right where the last one left off but slows down creating a very busy end.

William T (mx) wrote: I knew very little about Jack Johnson until watching this on PBS. Talk about an eye opener. He was an amazing man that faced hardship after hardship, and is seem almost always in every picture with a smile on his face. He defined who he was as a MAN, and never let anyone undermine his belief in himself. I think every American citizen should be required to watch this movie, to remember what we used to be, and what we should never be again. A great, moving, inspiring film.

Benjamin F (kr) wrote: There's not a whole lot to say about My Wife is an Actress. Like Happily Ever After, it's Yvan Attal and wife Charlotte Gainsbourg reminding the world how wonderful they are on screen together as they (probably) work out some of their own relationship issues through their art.Like Happily Ever After, it's light and fun, but not TOO lightweight, and the story's compelling enough and the characters likable enough to keep you watching. The humor's fine-tuned, and with Gainsbourg, Attal, Stamp, and Sagnier on-screen as the film's core, you've got enjoyable performances across the board.Strong cinematography and numerous well framed shots again remind of Attal's talent as a director (And that he's been working with a damn good cineatographer), and the film's soundtrack stands out as another reason to say he's got good taste in music.All in all, My Wife is an Actress is predictable and doesn't really take any risks, but that doesn't make it any less enjoyable for what it is. See it, laugh, and bask in the warmth of the storytelling and characters. It won't change your world or life, but you'll enjoy yourself.

Edgar C (jp) wrote: Hehehehehehe... bats... 19/100

Gregory S (us) wrote: I loved it when I was a kid, but seeing it now...I really need to apologize to my parents for sitting through this sh*t with us

Mike M (au) wrote: In the first of his three 1941 pictures, Walsh treats a story co-authored by John Huston as the opportunity for a break from full-on gangsterisms: instead, we get nuanced interpersonal business, less interested in the jewellery heist (which is comparatively dashed-off) than in the love triangle it sets up between Bogart, the unobtainable normality represented by Leslie, and the top-billed Lupino as the moll Roy and his gang have holed up with... Its relative restraint (compared to "The Roaring Twenties" or the later "White Heat") may be a sticking point for some, but it's the film that allowed Walsh to demonstrate he was every bit as good with actors as he was with action: Bogart and Lupino make one of the screen's great self-loathing double-acts, the former stuck with a filthy-looking tan, delivering the line "you stinking rat" that would become a boon for impersonators everywhere, the latter carving out something memorable as a gal who knows she's not good enough for her man, but continues to pine wholeheartedly for him anyway. Travers, sad-eyed in the back of the frame, is heartbreaking as a downtrodden yet decent man continually let down by life - the kind of figure whose own tragedy might well have been placed centre-stage if this were a Steinbeck novel of the 1930s, and not a Warners crime movie of the 40s.

TheMumblelover (de) wrote: A film so bad its unbelievable, Van Damme is not too bad you can see he's so far superior in the Martial Arts field then Sho. Someone should of had the foresight to swap the two actors around and Van Damme play the action hero.

Manuel C (it) wrote: Beautiful. Loved it!

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dee p (de) wrote: This was an improbable comedy meant to spoof small town love, federal politics and the can-do spirit of the average American citizen fighting for a cause. The original reviews made it sound like the film was a hodgepodge of disjointed scenes leftover from when the project was shelved during the writers' strike. It turns out that the result was a piece of sound editing. Everything flowed seamlessly start to finish. Now, the script was a bit weak but still funny thanks to its campy tone. This movie is Mars Attacks kind of funny, which is an acquired taste. Both Marsden and Gyllenhaal are fun to watch play opposite Beal and each other. It's not cinematic genius but it is worth a watch.