The Double 0 Kid

The Double 0 Kid

Lance, a teenager, dreams to be a secret agent when he is suddenly in the middle of an hacker intrigue which aims at an international environmental congress. Lance gets in possession of a ...

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Raji K (au) wrote: Will Smith stars as Robert Neville in I Am Legend. In 2009 there is an alleged cure for cancer by Dr. Alice Krippin (Emma Thompson). Three years later this is clearly false, as humanity has been eradicated from existence. In its place are zombie like creatures known as Dark Seekers that cannot survive in sunlight. Mankind's' only hope appears to be with Neville who traverses New York City, which is ground zero, where the virus set off. He goes around looking for food with his dog Sam, and together they hunt, and set traps for the dark seekers as they hope to find a cure for the virus. Neville does not know why he is a survivor, but uses his blood and other methods to try and treat the disease that led most of humanity to become dark seekers. Unlike many other films, his goal is to cure the disease, and not simply eradicate and kill them. As he travels New York City, the bond between him and his dog instantly become one of the films strongest assets. The bond between them is unquestionable, and it is clear that they both will do anything to survive with each other. Neville constantly broadcasts a radio message hoping to attract any other survivors as well. I Am Legend features thrilling sequences as he at times finds himself in dark areas, or moments when the sun is setting which makes him most vulnerable to the dark seekers. The film does show sequences in the past, demonstrating that Neville did once have a family. These sequences do not provide much value to the film as pictures alone would have been suffice. The biggest issue I had with I am Legend was the appearance of the dark seekers. They did not look bad, but they certainly looked computer generated. Had they been actors with excellent makeup, the death of them would have been all the more intriguing to the story, and it certainly would have made Neville desire to find the cure all the more effective. Despite a few flaws, I am Legend is a welcome addition to the zombie apocalyptic genre of films. -10.08.2016

Ori P (gb) wrote: Insanely funny charactersInsanely surprising plotInsanely recommended

Geoff J (au) wrote: Heather Graham takes 90 mins to discover that she's gay. Even less funny than that sounds.

Cordarro M (ru) wrote: Absolutely ridiculous in every sense of the word.. but oh man is it entertaining.

David G (es) wrote: Music tears of soul.Magistral !

Katie K (de) wrote: its ok nothing great

Wai T (gb) wrote: [Pusha T] EGHCK! So much glamour, that I can't stand the Bright from the ice, chain xenon lamp ya Depression in ya mind like a free frame camera The white tape tight like ya seen on pampers What's under the couch? Probably freeze up Santa What ever it cost baby we got answers Line outside full of Jo-Jo Dancers "We Got it for Cheap" that's the Re-Up anthem

Joo C (ca) wrote: great performances. aging is not easy for in the star business..

Cathleen K (us) wrote: I don't understand Telly Savalas.

Reece L (kr) wrote: A tempered, lengthy statement on the futility of existence and the extent of human folly set against the most absurdly ostentatious visual constructions human beings ever built, Barry Lyndon is intentionally oppressive in its stately elegance, beautifully photographed and impeccably art-directed to underline the role narcissism plays in its title character's life. Every person in this is loathsome, the cast of characters comprised of selfish opportunists, agentless and faceless aristocrats, pathetic children, and money-hungry peasants willing to sell their family members off for coin. Kubrick has dealt with these topics before, but here he very clearly imbues a unique, active contempt for human beings in general throughout, mocking their pathetic attempts at achieving some semblance of success in an unknowable world, synecdochally utilizing one man's rise and fall to exemplify this phenomenon. It works on a different field than his other films, but it's certainly no less masterful, boldly embracing nihilism and deconstructing life in a way as to warrant a place alongside his absolute best work.