In the first of a two-part film project, three short stories from acclaimed Hong Kong horror writer Lilian Lee are adapted for the big screen in this horror anthology. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Kieran F (fr) wrote: Lots of action!! Proper Statham film!!
Zahid C (kr) wrote: Day: FridayDate: 16 Nov 2007Amt: 100/-Time: 3.45 PmOver at: 6.30 PmWith: AmitSeat No. M6 - M7Theatre: Central Plaza, MumbaiName: OM SHANTI OMThe acting is good but there is a lack of humour than expected. Some effects are smooth...Deepika is just show piece and Shahrukh is the backbone of the film. Saw it with Amit and today i got a job too. So i liked it.
Paul D (de) wrote: Worthy comedy drama although Colin Firth feels too typecast in the romantic leading man role.
Rena T (gb) wrote: Didn't really get what this film is about at the end, something about Munich and Israeli and Jews and revenge. All I know is that it's sad and depressing.
rachel g (fr) wrote: Mo'Nique she the best in all movies
Steve D (nl) wrote: I enjoyed it. Funny but sometimes uncomfortable
Ian B (us) wrote: The 80's were a tough decade for the western, but leave it to the genius of Lawrence Kasdan to give us one of the most enjoyable efforts the genre has to offer, even to this day. Yes, this is a classic western story that's been told many times before, but rarely have they been filled with this much fun and excitement. And talk about an all-star cast! Kevin Kline, Danny Glover, Jeff Goldblum, Kevin Costner, John Cleese...the list goes on and on. It's one of those movie where you can tell everyone is having a blast with their role, whether they're on screen for two hours for ten minutes. It may not have the emotion or grit of Eastwood's best in the genre, but it's still a hell of a lot of fun and will likely be remembered as one of the best.
Andrejs P (jp) wrote: second movie i've seen with art garfunkel...the other being "bad timing". but of course nicholson steals every scene. takes a look at two dudes post ww2 as they grow up into adults and display their attitudes towards women. definitely worth a watch.
Brad G (de) wrote: This sequel to the excellent In The Heat of The Night abandons the originals racial issues to explore the family life of Sidney Poitier??s earnest Detective Virgil Tibbs. Well, that??s really the B plot, but it??s far more interesting than the A story involving Martin Landau??s shady Reverend and the murder of a prostitute. The A Story plays like a so-so episode of Law & Order: SVU (??Found semen on the carpet?more on the table here?here??s some on the bed??) but I found Tibbs?? frustrated relationship with his son and frisky dealings with his wife to be a nice little glimpse behind the curtain. An entertaining but it??s definitely not the classic of the original movie. Not VF.
Kevin D (ru) wrote: Perhaps, it is not an excellent sequel, but it is an excellent stand-alone film.This film brings us back to a world invaded by slow moving organisms which are devastatingly powerful and massive to behold. In the previous film 'Monsters' (Dir. Gareth Edwards, 2010) we were briefly introduced to these giant and alien creatures, far bigger than any known mammal that roams the earth. By no means were they the center of that film, and we only witnessed them through the narration of an excellent storyteller. 'Monsters: Dark Continent' continues in the same world 10 years later, in a planet that is obviously suffering from the creatures and their proliferation throughout areas the planet.Based in the Middle East, we join 4 privates as they start their first tour of an unknown middle eastern country (one could assume Afghanistan or Iraq). While deployed troops are facing 2 very different kinds of threats. The alien creatures that are destroying towns and villages, and the insurgents who attack U.S troops who have caused so much collateral damage while destroying these creatures. The are lead by Sgt. Noah Frater (Johnny Harris), throughout various missions culminating in a mission to discover what happened to 4 troops deployed in the 'Infected Zone'. There are some seriously dramatic scenes in this film, and I was surprised the level of acting from some of the actors who were unknown to me before I saw this film. One scene in particular with Kyle Soller, in which he is attempting to save the life of one of the soldiers in his troop, surprised me at how believable he was, as he struggled to keep his friend alive. Noah Frater is incredibly powerful in his role, and it was very interesting to watch his character change so much over the course of the film.Some problems people have had with this film, include the narration of the main character. I found his storytelling somewhat lackluster and certainly not comparable to the first film, but he did well on screen in several scenes. The notable lack of any real contact with the aliens seemed to upset a few viewers, and complaints that they were just background scenery in the film to keep you interested in what was happening on screen. Personally I think that's the point of both films! I did note that there was the same lack of alien presence in the first film as well, and you certainly see a lot more of these creatures (and many different kinds), than the first film. Plot-wise the movie isn't too deep, soldiers in the middle east deal with violence and the terrible situation there. Yet I would argue that what you are witnessing is more of a slowly impending disaster. There is an evolution of the creatures over the course of this film, and you begin to understand our ineffectiveness against dealing with them. We are too caught up in our own wars and ideological battles to realize that they are evolving right before us, and surpassing our ability to control the situation.Who says the end of the world has to be a quick disaster flick? This is excellent Science Fiction drama, but certainly not Sci-Fi action. 3/5
Kristin C (fr) wrote: watching "Witchboard" with Stewart...super 80's creepy. now i want a Ouija board!