The Incredible Melting Man
An astronaut exposed to cosmic rays outside of Saturn's rings returns to Earth and begins to melt away. Escaping from the hospital, he wanders around the backwoods looking for human flesh to eat.
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Douglas L (ru) wrote: Imperium has a compelling plot, and it definitely is a good performance for "Mr.Potter", however the film resists itself from greatness in my opinion mainly because it was very, very anti climactic. It didn't build itself up great and it was over and you were like "that's it? No big last scene?" I would give it 3 stars but because it had a good twist of the person you wouldn't suspect fronting the operation and I didn't see it coming, I award it another half star. Not a bad film, but it could have been a great one.
Ben J (mx) wrote: The astonishing (yet frequently heart breaking) real life story of a chimp raised as a human and taught to sign in the 70s, before his life became a rollercoaster of experiences. His story was clearly the basis for the Rise of the Planet of the Apes movie - but the impact is raised by knowing you're watching *mostly* original footage and people (occasional re-enactment).
Dianna N (de) wrote: Excellent film! Great production values, acting, cinematography. Heavy duty subject matter, though-child sex trafficking, but it was dealt with in a discreet manner.
Heather M (ag) wrote: A little racy, a little sad, a lot sweet!
Oliver N (es) wrote: Arguably the weakest in the entire 24 movie Bind franchise, Die Another Day wastes a very talented cast (including Rosamund Pike, Halle Berry and John Cleese) in an extremely cheesy action flick that only succeeds in sucking even more life out of a deflating Bond. The naff special effects can't come to the rescue in this case either; only the suave Brosnan can scrap the smallest chunk of credibility in a movie that struggles to gain any ground.Verdict: C-
Se7enth A (mx) wrote: Interesting cat and mouse film about a deadly game of deception and trickery. Director Johnny To seems to excel at making this particular crime thriller genre. This is the kind of movie that started confusing and all does not become completely clear until about fifteen minutes before the end. Andy Lau plays the cool cat and Lau Ching Wan, the cop plays the easy going mouse.
Maria Isabel L (nl) wrote: This movie is so bad that is good
Adam W (br) wrote: This was way better than "Drop Zone".
jackson w (jp) wrote: It's a fun film with decent acting all around. Not amazing, not terrible but good. I think it is stupid and makes no sense but it's fun and you won't get bored watching it.
Al M (br) wrote: My second film to see by Serbian provocateur Dusan Makavejev (the first being Sweet Movie), W.R.: Mysteries of the Organism is a thoroughly engaging and original blend of documentary and fictional cinema that simultaneously focuses upon the life of Wilhelm Reich (W.R.) and explores the nature of revolution in both sexual and socialist senses. W.R. is a film about freedom: freeing ourselves and freeing society. However, it is also a film about our ideas of freedom get perverted in different ways: these different perversions of freedom are represented by both the supposedly democratic freedom of the U.S. and the supposedly communist freedom of the U.S.S.R. The film paints both as totalitarian regimes that restrict and oppress individuals by twisting the ideologies of democracy and communism into what Marx would have called false consciousness. At the heart of Makavejev's film are the theories of Reich, who believed that we could liberate ourselves through orgasmic energy, a kind of energy that liberates from the ego and from the society that forces repression on us. Reich provides an interesting figure because he fled Europe to escape the totalitarian regimes that arose there only to meet with similar discrimination in the United States, where his books were burned in true Fahrenheit 451 style. Featuring graphic sex, documentary footage, and surrealistic imagery, W.R. is a constantly engaging, funny, riveting, and always thought-provoking film that blurs the line between genres and shows the line between seemingly opposed ideologies is not as clear as it might seem.
Bg T (ag) wrote: I dearly love this movie and have watched it many times. And one thing that I take from it--was Andrea really selfish? Or were her friends? One year is what she needed to achieve a lot. Is that so much to ask from loved ones? I think it says a lot, or little, for her friends. If my husband had to spend a year where I hardly saw him and it would change his life, what kind of husband would I be if I wasn't understanding!