Nicolai Dalchimski, a mad KGB agent steals a notebook full of names of "sleeping" undercover KGB agents sent to the U.S. in the 1950's. These agents got their assignments under hypnosis, so they can't remember their missions until they're told a line of a Robert Frost poem. Dalchimski flees to the U.S. and starts phoning these agents who perform sabotage acts against military targets.

A Russian officer is sent to USA to try and stop sleeper agents who will mindlessly attack government entities when they hear certain coded words. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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John P (kr) wrote: The first Laid to rest movie was epic. Chromeskull is back. With a camera on his shoulder so he can record his terror and gory killings. Great story, continues from the first film. Danielle Harris was so cool.

Private U (fr) wrote: A more interesting version of the muttiple connected storylines made popular by "Crash". Interesting quirky characters in converging situations.

angel (mx) wrote: movie seem stupid as hell

Michael J (us) wrote: If you're going to watch this, you've got to be prepared for a healthy dose of wacky. But if you like the occasional joy hour and a half of silly physical humor targeted at kids, this might just fit the bill! There are even some moments of genuine cleverness mixed in with the ridiculous stuff.

Justbe R (us) wrote: 4-1/2 stars, because it has been years since I've seen this. But this is an intense movie. I loved it.

Eytan D (mx) wrote: "Poltergeist" is the perfect haunted house movie that everyone tries and rarely succeeds to capture the essence of (excluding the awesome "Insidious" and "The Conjuring"). "Poltergeist II: The Other Side", of course, was an inevitable sequel, but that's not to say the movie is entirely bad. Despite an ending that's far too sweet (the first film's last act will have you shuddering), a severe continuity error (the lack of a significant family member is part of the film's reputedly sad curse), and the filmmakers' unnecessary need to motivate the ghosts, "Poltergeist II" has its merits: a still likeable family (JoBeth Williams, Craig T. Nelson and Heather O'Rourke are still perfect), the wonderful return of Zelda Rubinstein as Tangina, Julian Beck's unsettling portrayal of a dead reverend, Jerry Goldsmith's still-strong music, great special effects, and some decent creep-out moments here and there.

Devon M (ag) wrote: One of the best films I've ever seen.

Art S (de) wrote: De Sica's brand of Italian Neo-Realism hardly seems naturalistic these days with its well planned shots, scripted melodramatic action, and occasionally intrusive music. But viewed as an artistic creation rather than a glimpse at how Italy really was (which it may still capture through location shooting), Shoeshine still has the power to tug at the heartstrings. Here we see two young boys caught up in the poverty of the post-war period and thrown into a juvenile jail. It gets worse from there, as their loyalty is tested through a number of trials. Perhaps, in fact, it is all too much.

Meghan O (mx) wrote: A string of well animated shorts though some are hits and misses. Depending on your taste, all could be great, some could be or none at all so this is a movie you should decide for yourself. Its a shame that The Martins and the Coys segment it heavily edited though for a ridiculous reason.

Khaled M (br) wrote: Watching Michael Douglas and Matt Damon in fur coats and makeup , PRICELESS. I think one of Douglas' best performance.

Randy Y (ag) wrote: Reasonably humorous- even with Pauly Shore in it ;)

Jireh A (es) wrote: There is something wrong about it and I can't sense it.

Natalie M (nl) wrote: While I recognize My Darling Clementine as a John Ford classic, I struggled with it. The story is a good one, but it didn't feel fully fleshed out. There is also blatant racism and sexism, which I recognize to be part of the time but is still difficult to get past when watching with contemporary eyes.

Rick L (it) wrote: 2 stars because it is, in general, a good story idea. Specific details, though are ridiculous.

John K (ru) wrote: A sluggish 70's B-movie about a small southern town under siege by bloodthirsty, carnivorous worms. An out of towner and a cute redhead investigate the mystery which crawls by at a snail's, er... worm's pace. The first interesting thing doesn't happen until the half way point when the worms finally begin to attack and burrow themselves into the skin of the locals, creep out of shower heads, eat people down to the bones, etc. The effects are actually very well done initially, but it eventually settles for shot after shot of huge masses of worms spilling out holes, ceilings, etc. There's something inherently funny about people running in terror from a bunch worms which makes the last 20 mins of this one pretty amusing. After the slow-as-hell beginning, Squirm ends up being a fairly watchable monster flick.

Rangan R (ca) wrote: When the electric mist from the sky struck down.This film came five years ago, but I watched it now. A US-Russian collaboration product that's entirely takes place in Moscow. This is an alien invasion theme, but slightly different than those similar films. It never gives the reason, just the destructions like apocalypse on its way. That means it is about the survival. A group of Americans who are in the Moscow for different reasons joins the hands after people started to turn into ashes with the contact of the strange electric mist that came from the sky. So what's their plan now and whether they get out of it safely or not focused on the remaining film.Surely some people would enjoy it. It's not all bad if you are not expecting a masterpiece. I should have seen it in digital 3D for a better experience, even the normal watch is not that bad. The turns in the story were unpredictable, particularly the film characters, but the twist wasn't. They kept the open ending, and you know why is that. I liked the performances, not individually, but the overall everyone, including the Russians.The film was also shorter, which means fast moving tale. The graphics were okay, especially those electric mist thing, but disappointed for not show the aliens other than for fractions of seconds during the fightbacks. Despite enjoyed watching it, I'm not in favour of it, because it's just one of those films that falls in the average category where the majority of those who watched it not happy for not detailing everything in the film.4/10

Daniel D (br) wrote: A marvel achievement of not only documentary film making but capturing these animals in such remarkable and unpredictable circumstances. It's not generic by any means and often hard to take but ultimately thrilling.