Seth Brundle, a brilliant but eccentric scientist attempts to woo investigative journalist Veronica Quaife by offering her a scoop on his latest research in the field of matter transportation, which against all the expectations of the scientific establishment have proved successful. Up to a point. Brundle thinks he has ironed out the last problem when he successfully transports a living creature, but when he attempts to teleport himself a fly enters one of the transmission booths, and Brundle finds he is a changed man. This Science-Gone-Mad film is the source of the quotable quote "Be afraid. Be very afraid." . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Marischa B (jp) wrote: Well! What does one say about this oriental version of a sort of mixture of Pirates of the Caribbean, National Treasure, Indiana Jones, James Bond and The Hangover (plus a few more)? Crazy? Yes. Funny? Sometimes. Action? Most of the time! I notice that some other reviewer has said that this was sprooked as Jackie Chan's last starring role and, the way he flung himself around in this one, that wouldn't surprise me one bit! The guy was 58 years old when Chinese Zodiac was made but moved like a 20-year-old! He deserves a very long rest!There were a couple of very noticeable (to me) anomalies that I couldn't quite reconcile myself to. One was where characters were handling gold bricks like they weighed next-to-nothing. Anyone who has actually handled one that size would know that a girl certainly couldn't hold it between her thumb and forefinger. Gold is bloody heavy! Believe me. The other was the skydiving scene which lasted so long that, at typically about 25000 metres per minute would have to have been from a height about three or four times the maximum height that the aircraft they jumped out of could fly. I wish I'd timed it but then I didn't know what was coming until afterwards.All in all though, a fun spoof that didn't require too much serious attention as long as you don't expect too much.
Appu B (br) wrote: Daisy is a beautifully photographed film, but the content is not beautiful or half as interesting as the visuals.
Kyle M (gb) wrote: This convoluting geopolitical thriller was generally well-performed and -managed to have moments of thrills while also having a nice theme after some thinking about its well-connected storylines that'd followed the similar format that was seen in "Traffic." Even though it's hard to follow when its plot lines were scrambling around with loose points, and ties of understanding, this film is enjoyably likable that requires another viewing to understand it completely (or more until those lines are all tied and understood). (B+)(Full review coming soon)
Shane M (jp) wrote: Still emotional and funny, and still very focused on family and telling the truth.
Private U (au) wrote: Stunning cinematography. You visit over 50 locations around the world.... better then the afterlife or cyber...anything.
Jonathan S (kr) wrote: Weak story, terrible acting, bad pacing, but I love all that footage of thirty lions and tigers destroying a house!
Michael G (jp) wrote: A B-movie Italian knock off of Alien but little more gorier though.
Henry M (au) wrote: Very much enjoyed this movie due mostly to the convincing acting of those involved. The movie is straight to the point and sheds light on an issue many Americans aren't familiar with in the slightest. Leonardo DiCaprio shines as usual.
Andrew B (nl) wrote: Another great effort from Grant and Arthur.