The Future Is Not What It Used to Be

The Future Is Not What It Used to Be

A documentary film about Erkki Kurenniemi (b. 1941), whose career represents a surprisingly natural blend of music, film, computers, robotics, science and art.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:52 minutes
  • Release:2002
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  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:film,   science,   art,  

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The Future Is Not What It Used to Be torrent reviews

Orlando L (gb) wrote: As big as a Pokemon fan as I am, I just didn't like it. Maybe it was the constant talk about how "cute" Victini was or how horrible the voice acting was, but it's just not good.

Jenn T (gb) wrote: Holy Crap! Really fantastic flick... a MUST see.

Bill R (mx) wrote: A gritty, under acted, slight let down. It's a good movie and had a decent plot but with a plot line it had, felt like there should of been more action.

Heather M (gb) wrote: I will not be watching this.

Kristin R (kr) wrote: Fanatics again show how they will do anything in the name of religion. It disgusts me that religion can be used as an excuse to commit such disgraceful acts.

Earthly S (de) wrote: Mild sexual scenes. It's the classic story of a girl who has trouble finding real love, but the difference in this is how the characters are connected in a weird way. Girl meets boy. Girl gets hurt. Girl becomes celibate. However, she finds a boy who does right by her & saves her from heartache. It's beautifully written, and I give it 5 stars. By the way, D.B. Woodside looks good.

Tyler S (it) wrote: A movie that I felt tried a little bit too hard to make a statement that could of have been a lot more effective.The movie explores a group of teens who have too much time on their hands, and are kids of extremely rich parents. They try to be hard, be in a gang, and do dangerous things. When a couple of the girls get involved with some Mexicans and their gang, something major happens on the bad or wild side.The movie had potential to be gripping and have huge effective. The potential was absolutely there but it just didn't move me. The statement was not made that could have been.

Johnny R (fr) wrote: Pretty decent on what everyone had to work with an ok cast a decent story. and didn't drag overall a decent watch

Sam S (de) wrote: a simple, easy to take road picture. Art Carney is basically the whole show here and he gives a very endearing,oscar-winning performance

Brian S (it) wrote: A good enough creature film, a science experiment gone wrong. Monster on the Campus has never received that much recognition. It starts out well but finishes very mediocre. A rip-off of Jekyll and Hide. But still interesting. Recommended!

Chris Q (mx) wrote: So easy to mock. Good popcorn fun though.

Aaron M (es) wrote: Ok, it appears Ironclad is not being viewed as it is. Ironclad is exactly as the average person reading the synopsis and seeing the trailer would believe it to be, a medieval remake of Seven Samurai/ The Magnificent Seven, which it does in excellent fashion. Now, Seven Samurai is over three hours long and was made fifty years ago a few thousand miles away from where I live and is widely regarded as one of the hallmarks of modern cinema, as I agree it ought to be, and Ironclad is clearly a modern copy of this grand epic. However, Ironclad sports a tremendously unsung cast; the dramatization is superb, the performances by the entire ensemble are fantastic. Paul Giamanti always provides an excellent show, as does Derek Jacobi as always as the Duke of whatever, MacKenzie Crook, finally playing a badass and doing an incredible job, and James Flemyng, who does the noble scoundrel par excellence, and the incredible actor who plays the lord of Rochester Castle who I cannot find at the time, who I believe may be even more unsung than the main character. Kate Mara provides a genius, paradigm-breaking role as the quintessential princess in a tower turned badass; and the entirely underrated James Purefoy, who has given stellar performances in several cult classics who I believe is one of the most underrated actors of our time. Is Ironclad a historical bastardization? Yes. Is it a shameless action movie blatantly ripped off of one of the most modern historical masterpieces? Yes. Are any of these bad qualities? No. If you do not like blood and guts, this is very much not for you. If you don't mind them, and enjoy historical fiction and can take a cheesy scene or two, then this movie has tremendous production quality, and is one of my favorites on a dull evening. Seriously, considering its score of 43% at the time of writing this review, this film is a genuine gem being thrown to the wayside. Allstar performances are given by the entire cast, and so long as you do not try to get some grand moral out of this film, and can enjoy it for the remastery of the greatest film of this century medieval style, you will thoroughly enjoy it.

Jason Z (kr) wrote: This is one of the reasons it terrified me when I heard Disney was taking over the Star Wars and Indiana Jones properties. Disney only cares about pumping out movies and not quality like in the old days.

Kathy H (jp) wrote: A terrible movie with so little happening, but they did a fantastic job with bringing 3D to SpongeBob!

Will E (us) wrote: Very good yet unknown '60s horror flick about the collision of rationality and magic. Beautifully shot and pretty well-acted, written by Twilight Zone alums Charles Beaumont and Richard Matheson from a Fritz Leiber novel. If you liked other vintage b/w classics like CAT PEOPLE, THE HAUNTING, THE INNOCENTS, or NIGHT OF THE DEMON, be sure to see this too!