Two million fish washed ashore. One thousand blackbirds dropped from the sky. On July 4, 2009 a deadly menace swept through the quaint seaside town of Claridge, Maryland, but the harrowing story of what happened that Independence Day has never been told—until now. The authorities believed they had buried the truth about the tragedy that claimed over 700 human lives. Now, three years later, a reporter has emerged with footage revealing the cover-up and an unimaginable killer: a mysterious parasitic outbreak. Told from the perspective of those who were there and saw what happened, The Bay unfolds over 24 hours through people's iPhones, Androids, 911 calls, webcams, and whatever else could be used to document the nightmare in Claridge. What follows is a nerve-shredding tale of a small town plunged into absolute terror.
PhRiStO C (nl) wrote: Well for comparison..this movie is nothing compared to the first one..not so convincing acting the story is predictable..even the dances which i think is the core of the movie is not even good..the dance steps are old no innovations like the first movie..the only good part about this movie is the parkour stunts..if your a fan of the first you got served movie then there is a high percentage you'll get disapointed..its just another dance movie..
Katerra B (br) wrote: Points for an original plot
Chris S (gb) wrote: Compared to other animated adaptations of the story, this was a pretty decent adaptation. A different take, starting with the boston mouse who all of a sudden came back to Dicken's London. The Emphasized handcraft look of the animation and the music was breathtaking. I'm just amazed that they had the fourtne of casting Nicolas Cageand Kate Winslet in such a small little movie.
William M (mx) wrote: Way better than anyone gives this credit. Predictability is its only flaw. Travolta is excellent in this and Vince Vaughn is quite chilling. To the point that I would not have guessed he would go into a comedy career after this.
Tim B (ca) wrote: Never lacking suspense and always suprising
Michael A (ru) wrote: Before there was From Dusk Til Dawn..there was VAMP!
Andy F (de) wrote: Audrey Rose was never really a straight ahead horror film and it remains a little different while playing up to a few of the stereotypes. Very 70s but not at all bad and worth a look for an early understated performance from Antony Hopkins.
Jochen W (de) wrote: ... den Krieg erzhlbar machen, das interessiert Cooper berhaupt nicht. OVERLORD ist ein melancholisches Gedicht ber den Krieg, und gleichzeitig eine Reportage. - - - Mehr dazu im Juli im neuen Schnitt!
Jonathan M (fr) wrote: "Bombay Talkie" is an east-meets-west film where ambition (a self-aware send-up of Bollywood conventions) overreaches execution (it is often more of a camp exercise than a critique of western infatuation with India). The amazing giant red typewriter dance set is notable.
Kieran F (it) wrote: I have to say that for me this is one of Mel Gibsons Best since well..Lethal Weapon serries(At least as far as this charecter is concerned) for me I always felt that the charecter was..A "What If Riggs Retired" type story. And I thought he delivered amazingly and I also thought that MOST of the story was well written. My only real flaw is that i never really liked how it ended. I thought that the ennding was just a little too...Non Mel Gibson stylish if there is such a thing though.
Samuel M (es) wrote: lionel barrymore and joan crawford were so good in this movie; very easy to watch for an 80 year old film
Matt T (es) wrote: Charming story, great (young) actors and my favourite actress Minnie Driver <3 could not be more brilliant.
Kate K (au) wrote: Peter Wren has made a career of selling "what passes for the truth". We are welcomed into his mind's eye as he searches for truth. When he finds it, he has become so "dark" he loses what in fact is true, his family. Manhattan is the unsung character in the movie. She supports the flawed characters whom she creates, sustains and ultimately destroys. In the end Porter Wren, the eternal voyier, returns to his true love, the city of Manhattan.