The Hellstrom Chronicle
A scientist explains how the savagery and efficiency of the insect world could result in their taking over the world.
- Stars:Lawrence Pressman,
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Arlo H (mx) wrote: This movie is a must see for every American who cares about the health of your families as well as the world around you. They should show this in schools - in health class.
Tiffany Y (au) wrote: For once, a movie based on actual events seems to have gotten most of the facts right. After seeing this movie, I didn't a little research on the real-life incident, and was pleased to see the movie followed it all pretty closely. The cast is wonderful, especially Corin Nemic in the title role. The movie is based on an absolutely horrific event, so it's not an easy movie to watch, but I definitely recommend it.
Jerry F (mx) wrote: Gritty western. I quite enjoyed it. Believable until the last 30 minutes in the desert, when some strange people popped up in the middle of nowhere ? Otherwise very good.
Kyle f (kr) wrote: Inane remake of the 1978 classic.
Bri B (mx) wrote: Would have been a good story without such awful actors. And the main characters are ridiculously annoying.
Cain L (ag) wrote: Its fictionalized and sordid, but Dafoe and Hackman's performance drives this film.
Renee L (ag) wrote: Super goofy, but just what I needed one night. I loved seeing the weird old 80's artifacts, like the super-sized answering machine and people smoking in a break room. Mary Kay Place and Nell Carter were a pleasure to watch.
Private U (mx) wrote: The last Martin and Lewis movie, and maybe the best.
Alex B (it) wrote: Solidarity/community on the move, with good music and good humor.
Jon W (ag) wrote: Wow. An amazing film - engaging and thought-provoking, with characters with genuine depth. The best thing about the movie was that it worked on so many levels. Soderbergh's style of mixing film and DV drew a sharp distinction between Hollywood fantasy and reality, but then he turned that distinction on its head by introducing another layer of "movie" on top of that. It seemed like an inside joke at Hollywood lifestyles at the same time as it offered commentary on the complexity of personal relationships in a world as media-influenced as ours is. Characters overlapped and took on multiple personas in a way that comes off as confusing until you realize that was the point to begin with - by stripping away our ability to nail down anyone's character, Soderbergh forces us to focus on the relationships between them, in a way that captures reality all too well. It's entirely possible that I'm projecting too much into the film, but I thought it was just brilliant.