A powerful criminal brain from the planet Arous, Gor, assumes the body of scientist Steve March. Thru March he begins to control the world by threatening destruction to any country ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Brain from Planet Arous
An evil alien brain, bent on world domination, takes over the body of an atomic scientist, while a "good" alien brain inhabits the body of the scientist's dog and waits for an opportunity to defeat the evil brain.
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John R (ag) wrote: 140327: Very enjoyable Canadian history piece. Made me want to do research on Cyr and learn a bit more. Apparently his records still stand.
Ken M (jp) wrote: Excellent. Enraging. One more instance of a high level cover-up by the Bush administration. These young men's lives mean nothing to those who send them to kill and die. The truth means even less to them. Excellent use of interview and archival footage. Highly recommended.
Christopher H (mx) wrote: Story charting 4 story strands covering 35 years converging moments before the world is destroyed by a comet. Fanciful and yet grounding.
Christa N (de) wrote: I didn't know Lenny Clarke was such a big deal i the 80's. If it wasn't for Denis Leary, I'd have never even heard of him.
Mikael S (mx) wrote: Hugo just sucks, but PEGGY CARTER rules. CHRIS EVANS is beautiful.
Craig S (ca) wrote: Few of the major reviewers really liked this movie - but it definitely appealled to me. Stephen Fry has always been a bit of a favourite and maybe I actually wish I was a 'Bright Young Thing' after all.
Heather M (ag) wrote: I think that I have watched enough movies about haunted houses. I will pass on this one until I hear anything that inspires me to watch it.
Camden M (gb) wrote: Who wrote this terrible "Movie Info"? It's Cassavettes - so shut up and live through it!
Sam W (es) wrote: Smutty innocent cheap fun. Silly and dated yet still funny and sexy with the usual cast performing their usual roles. The running gags get a bit repetitive & the latter half loses the jokes for plot development, but it has a great ending & great acting throughout.
xGary X (ag) wrote: The third and best of the Road series sees Hope and Crosby wooing desert princess Dorothy Lamour away from the clutches of Sheik Kassim, played by Anthony Quinn who returns from the first film. Three is most definitely the charm for this series as the formula attains the perfect balance of surreal sight gags, post-modern self deprecation and fast paced wise cracking. It has the best story, best songs and the jokes flow thick and fast in one of the best examples of wartime escapist entertainment. Hope and Crosby's partnership has an ease and sense of fun that is rarely matched and everyone involved clearly had a fantastic time making it. A minor comedy classic from the golden age of Hollywood.
Nicolas B (ru) wrote: Ben Stiller plays the annoying prick Roger Greenberg very well, but the problem is, well, he plays an annoying prick as the lead charcter, which is neither funny nor interesting. You may like it if you manage to identify with Greenberg, but if you're a normal human being you most likely will not.
Kate L (gb) wrote: The actors were terrific. I loved the dialog. I have two comments. 1. Why are most of the characters so unlikable and completely self absorbed? 2. Why are 2 of the 3 minorities in the film portrayed as losers and criminals? Why can't film makers get it through their heads that there are white drug addicts and criminals in New York? I wouldn't recommend this movie.