The Last Push

The Last Push

When a tragic accident cuts short the first manned mission to explore life on the moons of Jupiter, Michael Forrest must make the 3 year journey home to Earth in pure solitude.

The film centers on Michael Forrest whose mission is to explore the life on the moon. Because a tragic accident happens, he looses 3 years to come back home in pure solitude. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Juuso L (jp) wrote: Ei tss oikein mikn toimi. Paitsi musa. Ehk.

Ela T (de) wrote: The House of the babies (Casa de los babys, US / Mexico, 2003), history of selling babies in Mexico, the movie that should work on a theatre, but not on screen, boring, and the great cast hasn't no effect to improve it

Ariel R (nl) wrote: Really cute. I really like Hilary & Christy. I think they are 2 great Disney stars.

Robert Q (ca) wrote: Imagin big brother but all the house rigged with traps so all the housemates die... cant think of anything better!

Timeen (es) wrote: Never had seen Judd Nelson in a role like this before so was interested in seeing how he did, he was ok he definitely made you think he was mental.

Albert D (us) wrote: Wow. The Golem. You know, that's all you really need in your city. Just a huge, lumbering guy who will do whatever you write on paper and give to him, and protect your town from certain doom. To @#!*% with the national guard! Just get a Rabbi to go ahead and build one for you! But little did the people know that a beast like The Golem, would be very hard to tame. But how could a servant be difficult to keep under control, when his main purpose is to protect the very city he was built in! Well, that's what you find out in this film. Even though this is a movie that has a subtle, architecturally expressionistic feel to it, I would still put it up against films like, "The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari." When something like that expresses more through all of the mediums of film, this film focuses purely on the characters, and I believe that doing something like that is a bold move. German expressionism was a form of film that was on a terrifically extreme side of film making. It wasn't about how much you could explain with dialog, rather how much you could emphasize in a few seconds of movement. It truly was the extreme art form of the 20's and 30's. Both the lighting and sound are stupendous, especially for a film that is this old. There are certain qualities that a German expressionist film must require to meet this genre's standards, and good lighting is one of them. It is very important to cast shadows or create a bright entrance in some areas, even if it is realistically impossible. The lighting is symbolic to the mood the atmosphere is trying to conduct. The sound is not that special, and its only for orchestral purposes, but nonetheless, it is a very high quality. This movie has a very real, and gritty look to everything around it. The textures to everything are very interesting to look at, which is something that I don't find too common in films this old. And I know that The Golem's hair to the right of me --> doesn't look too real, but that's because he was constructed of clay. Well, that's one way to take the easy way out with costume design, but I suppose I buy it. For 1920, this design is pretty convincing, especially coupled with the rest of his body, which is shown in the previous picture. "The Golem" is a very good film. There is allot of suspense as well as some interesting visuals. I would rather watch films like Nosferatu or Cabinet of Dr. Caligari, but if those were the first two places in a contest, I would give this film to the third. "The Golem" is an interesting movie for one simple reason. This was a German film made to depict Jewish folklore. That seems really fascinating to me that something like that can exist. To the best of my knowledge, this is correct, with a few minor flaws, but nothing strays from the point. I think I would have liked it better if he had a love interest instead of two other people having this whole Romeo and Juliet thing. You know, both from different sides of conflict, but sharing a forbidden love. But I suppose having the monster have a love interest would be too much like the Frankenstein monster's case. These two stories are very different, and judging by the fact that I haven't yet seen, "Frankenstein": 1931 (GASP) it will be hard to decide which one is better.

Greg W (ca) wrote: The film captures the essence of the book even while diverging from it. Vonnegut himself always claimed to be extremely pleased with it.

Andy P (us) wrote: It's structure, it's symbolism, Eisenstein's influential and astonishing aestheticism, the baby carriage on the steps. Battleship Potemkin is one of the medium's crowning achievements and along with D.W Griffith's Birth of a Nation, is one of the propagandist movies of cinema's early days with questionable ideologies but film-making which invented new cinematic forms and rhythms still prevalent in movies today.

Monica L (fr) wrote: Was great until the end.