The Killing Gene
A calculating killer coerces a detective to pay for his previous mistakes.
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Chris W (au) wrote: As far as generic run-of-the-mill DC Animated films go... this one is at the bottom. Even with a short 52min run time i had to stop watching midway through. If they didnt care to tell an entertaining or original story then i dont care to watch it. On top of that the voice acting & animation was lifeless. Skip this one.
Zach B (it) wrote: It's a cheap rip off of the show ghost hunters. It's fucking guy!
Donna J (us) wrote: Great story...inspirational...is a little slow moving but is a good overview of Ben Carson's life!
Larry R B (br) wrote: Terrible! I ended turning it off only 30 minutes!! I really like Adrian Brody but this movie by Dario Argento sucks!!!
Yook C (mx) wrote: [Look Like to Experimental Something] I am not sure the national affairs of China. But I think this movie told us something about the phenomenon of our CHINA. The director tries to find some metaphorical method to explain his idea. The part of first half of the movie similar to famous documentary of Hong Kong, HK Connection (??????) which is emphasize on the interview of personality. But when the movie round into the part of middle, the dialog become dramatic. The relocation movement become compare to temporal something happen in China which maybe want to talk about Economic reform in the People's Republic of China or maybe want to talk about some Chinese current issue. I am not sure? I think this movie look like a experiment because the pattern of did not like a commonly movie. It looks like something which is between documentary and drama. The audience will doubt when look on it.
Logan M (es) wrote: "In Good Company" is an uncommonly cuddly business comedy with lots of sweetness, laughs, and a star-making performance from Topher Grace.
neil L (us) wrote: I am fascinated by the middle east but I didn't like this film.
Lain G (es) wrote: Bonita y chistosa, pero me hubiera gustado mas si no hubiera terminado con ese drama cursi.
Alex H (kr) wrote: About Schmidt is a hilarious masterpiece by director Alexander Payne. Jack Nicholson is superb and gives one of his best performances, which is impressive especially considering his already extensive acting career. It is a true old school comedy that everyone can enjoy and Nicholson is just excellent.
Jennifer O (de) wrote: [b]DRAK BLUE[/b]--6/10 Disappointing cop movie. Yes, it's dark, yes, it's gritty and brutal at atimes, but it is also a bit silly and preachy at the end. Kurt Russell, was very good in this, but he can't hold the entire movie up. I recently saw NARC again, and this movie suffers in comparison. I know I'm judging it unfairly, but that can't be helped. I will see it again later on. [b]OPEN RANGE--God, what a beautiful movie. [/b]Yes, it's slow, but it's wonderful, too. Loved the characters and the relationships, just everything. I didn't even need the kickass gunfight at the end, but it was wonderful, too. I saw the fight 3 times in a row, just amazing. I loved the leads in this. Just awesome. EDITED TO ADD: MIKE!!!!! I wanna kick your ass now. LOL. I just noticed you'd made fun of my typo! GIZMO, CACA! Gonna get a SPIKE avatar and chase your butt all over GD.
Leo L (ag) wrote: Great movie! Very interesting story plot. Quite touching.
Phil H (fr) wrote: I'm not sure what's going on with the movies title here, is that suppose to be a clever play on words or something? or maybe just a quirky way of showing its a sequel without using a boring number 2. Anyway this time around we follow the lycanthropic antics of Scott Howard's cousin Todd.The basic story for this movie is also the basic problem...its exactly the flippin' same. The original movie saw Scott battle with his affliction in high school, dealing with puberty, love, girls, bullies, friends, grades and of course the main issue of his basketball team. In this story Todd has just gotten into his university and has to deal with being a young adult, love, girls, bullies, friends, grades and the main issue of his boxing team. The difference here being Todd doesn't know he's a werewolf and has his first 'wolf-out' occurrence in his new uni surroundings conveniently.OK so they are pretty much rehashing the first movie...could still be good. Thing is the plot doesn't really add up and is full of blatant idea pinching from the first movie. First off the coach on this uni boxing team is the same coach from Scott's basketball team in high school in the first film! He is actually suppose to be the same person! How would this high school coach now be the coach in this uni at the exact time when Scott's cousin is there? The answer to that is this coach got Todd a full athletic scholarship based on the hopes that Todd is also a werewolf and will turn the uni boxing team into champs. What??!! is that for real?! OK he could help with the scholarship for Todd but how did he manage to become the boxing coach at the same time?? OK OK breathe...That's one major nonsensical plot point, another is why Scott's father Harold (James Hampton back again) is here. He lives in Beacon Town, Nebraska according to my sources, Todd's university is Hamilton which in reality is located in Colorado (I'm guessing the same for the movie). Now those two states are connected admittedly so its possible these two locations could be close (or not)...but why would Scott's dad be even in this story? Why would he be hanging around and watching the final boxing match? is he staying in a motel somewhere?Another point that does tend to spring to mind when you watch is why the hell these people haven't turned into mega rich celebrities by now with there impressive family gift. I would of thought by now the science world would be all over them wanting to learn from them, take samples, run tests etc...they'd be on TV, in movies, in papers etc...a new form of humanoid! The fact that Harold flaunts his lycanthropy without a care in the world you'd think many would know by now, he's basically exposing himself. Yet the fact when people do see him as a werewolf they are still shocked...kinda says to me the Howard's haven't come out of the werewolf closet yet. Am I being too picky here? yeah maybe but come on!The other gaping issues I have with the movie is the continuity or lack of...or shambolic attempt at. OK so I already told you that the coach was suppose to be the same character from the first movie, unfortunately they cast someone who obviously doesn't look like the original guy plus they try to copy the original guys hair and fail. Next up is the classic character of Styles, he's back...but played by someone else. Unfortunately and with great wisdom they cast a clearly much younger person to play Styles plus this guy looks totally and utterly nothing like the original character. Next is John 'Gomez' Astin as the Dean of the university, an original character...oops no, they make him exactly the same character as Principal Thorne in the original movie with the exact same motives. The only proper continuity is Mark Holton as Chubby...wait...did they actually have a musical number in this?So yeah there are a lot of problems with this movie, glaring easy to spot problems, but its not all bad. They do get the werewolf makeup and prosthetics correct which is nice to see, they do look very close to the original although not quite as good. Jason Bateman does actually fit the role well, he is a likable guy and he does look kinda similar to Fox truth be told, you could believe they are related. That (now) entire cliched 80's frat house vibe is strong here naturally but that's a rose-tinted retro plus point, also check out all the cute 80's girls in their 80's fashions (God I miss the 80's). Lastly the boxing finale is reasonably exciting, it looks OK and relatively realistic, it does just about give you the buzz needed in the end.In short this movie can't compare to the original in any way. The original had that low budget appeal, a cracking 80's score, some cheeky semi-adult angles and charismatic characters. This movie merely regurgitates the lot but its watered down to appeal to more people. The score doesn't have the same emotional force behind it, the characters are a shadow of their former selves, the new characters are cheap rip-offs of the previous ones and they literately copy the original plot almost scene for scene. One fatal mistake being this time they actually make the main hero character unlikable by the midway point. He becomes such a showboating show off as the wolf and clearly becomes an asshole, where as Scott in the original movie was always likable even with his inflated ego.Despite all that its still an enjoyable movie I can't deny, maybe its because I grew up with these movies as a kid makes me biased. Even though its a bad sequel, if you try not to think about the superior original and take it as it is, you do have an easy going fun piece of trashy 80's trash.
Aurelien B (ru) wrote: Ferrara se fout de ses acteurs qu'il ne dirige pas. Ferrara se fout de l'intrigue. Ferrara se fout des clich (C)s qu'il nous assne sur les Italo-am (C)ricains. En revanche, il y a la VILLE! Les rues noires d (C)tremp (C)es, les appartements sombres mme le jour, les clubs de Strip vides ou pleins! Il n'y a que Ferrara qui pouvait faire a!
Colin B (ca) wrote: Anthony Quinn as the notorious Biblical figure, in a tale of the rest of his life after the crucifixion of the Christ. Owned on DVD.
Tara H (us) wrote: Beautifully shot, postwar British 'noir' about three women enjoying the first day of freedom after leaving Holloway Prison. Kathleen Harrison, Yvonne Mitchell and a young, sparky Joan Collins are all terrific. There's a great chase scene, and the ending packs an emotional punch.
Kaleb S (ca) wrote: Another great by Scorsese. Daniel Day Lewis does a fantastic job as usual.
Mike W (kr) wrote: Amazing football movie especially with The Rock as coach!
Ben M (ca) wrote: Pretty low budget, but they made well with what they had. The concept, the cinematography, the visual aspect as a whole is done well. I would imagine if you gave these guys a little more money and time to fully develop the ideas, it would be really solid.
Art S (de) wrote: Dana Andrews excels at playing the kind of morally compromised character featured here (see his films with Fritz Lang or the great Night of the Demon for Tourneur). True to noir tradition, he is partly fingered by fate and partly by his own bad judgment. As a cop trying to escape the shadow of his (dead) criminal father, he's got a lot of internal tension going on. Preminger keeps it gritty.
Noname (us) wrote: A pretty old movie from the 90s starring Ray Liotta in the main role. Its a prison movie taken place on an Island in the year 2022.. much like Mad Max and Waterworld in a way. Some great action scenes with a decent story and u have an good flick to watch.