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Jayakrishnan R (mx) wrote: 75%Saw this on 14/09/14The Transformer films are a big guilty pleasure of mine and this film is also just the same. It's predecessor was also watchable, mainly because of it's better robotic character storyline, but it was difficult bearing the bad onscreen human characters. Shia LaBeouf and Rosie Huntington-Whiteley apparently had no chemistry together and both were annoying. Replacing the human cast did a lot of good to this film. Mark Wahlberg is really great here and he actually substitutes for both LaBeouf and the other military characters in the film. Another fine cast member is Stanley Tucci whose coming timing and acting are really good. The female actors in this film are both attractive and stunning. The film doesn't lag as much as it's predecessor and it's visual effects are outstanding.
Kevin S (jp) wrote: Written by Joshua James and Ralph Boswell. Unashamedly influenced by Bruno Mattei's Zombi: La creazione (Zombies: The Beginning). Rove 12 is a planet which is home to a maximum security prison. After contact has been lost with Rove 12, a spacecraft full of low-budget marines along with a representative of the "company" are sent to investigate. Upon investigation, the marines, led by a sturdy but pleasantly attractive female, Lt. Dunn, encounter a handful of uncaged prisoners and an empty-warehouse skirmish ensues. Meanwhile, the white-collared "company" representative is attempting to stabilize the planet's power source. The whole planet's future is being threatened. If the power source is not stabilized, the planet will explode and its debris will shoot towards a jump gate, or something, and destroy it. Shortly thereafter, it is clear that there is something within the prison complex which even the prisoners are afraid of. Mattei's effort used zombies as the main antagonists but the writers of Alien Uprising have ventured away from their source of influence and created an alien creature to terrorize Rove 12. The alien is formidable and ruthless, even against plasma rifles. All hope seems to be lost for the prisoners and the marines so they decide to band together and escape the planet. I can't remember the next part. I just remember the marines using motion detectors and I remember seeing lots of flaky wire-frame computer graphics. Within this dark period of the movie, I do remember the Lt. and her next in charge, another female, embracing and proceeding to French kiss each other. A pleasant surprise. However, the Sgt is captured by the alien. Her girlfriend, Lt. Dunn, tells the rest of the survivors (people have died but I couldn't be bothered to mention it) if she doesn't return in 20 minutes they have to leave without her. Lt. Dunn, very Dr. Sharon Dimao-like, locks and loads, pushes out her chest, and attempts to save her girlfriend. She enters the alien's nest and finds her girlfriend naked and unconscious but seemingly unharmed. "The alien is behind you!" Lt. Dunn pops a grenade in the alien's mouth and the explosion completely removes its head. Lt. Dunn carries her loved one back to their spacecraft. Meanwhile, with the help of wire-frame graphics, the alien regenerates its whole head. The company guy is dead, the alien is dead. The survivors decide to head for an uncharted planet. After their awesome space jump, Sgt. French Kiss is in sick bay and her condition seems to be stable. A scene or two later, her lover, Lt. Dunn, pays her a visit but Sgt. French Kiss starts to scream, but I'm not sure if it because she realises she is pregnant or that she has been raped by an alien. I think both are worthy of a scream. She screams and screams. Finito, it ends on a bombshell, forcing the audience to beg for more.
Miranda M (ag) wrote: LUV the dance and abs,!!!
Jennifer R (br) wrote: I think I'd ignore that radio call
Larry C (gb) wrote: interesting but too dark.
Don L (ru) wrote: the fake accents by some of the actors were so bad! Sara and Modine had good chemistry, but over all it was just another ok miniseries.
Nathan H (nl) wrote: Along with "American Hardcore" and "Decline of Western Civilization II: The Metal Years," this movie paints an amazing portrait of the evolution of rock music throughout the 1980s and early 1990s. Each movie showcases a different facet of the overall rock culture, from musicians who were influenced to be rebellious and counter-cultural, to musicians who jumped headfirst into the tide of what was becoming popular."Hype!" shows '80s/'90s-era Seattle in all its eccentricity. Why did this one out-of-the-way city suddenly come to represent an entire musical movement? How did it come to define the direction of rock music for an entire decade? If the '60s-era rock musicians were shaped by social change and protest against the national culture, then the '90s-era "grunge rockers" were shaped first by a sense of protest against the mainstream music scene, and then...like a sort of tragedy...the entire area became a brand itself, the mass-marketed "Seattle Music Scene," a generic flavor thrust upon the country just the same as Seattle's coffee industry.Overall, it's a fascinating story, and "Hype!" is able to piece together some very interesting interviews in order to clearly show how the city went from Outcast to Edgy New Sound to Pop Music.
Ricky P (jp) wrote: From Dusk Till Dawn is over the top in every way. But it's gleefully entertaining thanks to Robert Rodriguez's intense direction, strong performances and great chemistry between it's stars
Malcham M (jp) wrote: This film shows how Robin Shou gives a good performance until the MK Sequel came along
Heather M (ag) wrote: This early film from Studio Ghibli is a sweet, family-friendly story.
Rob H (ru) wrote: After three box offices smashes, the airport movies came to ende with this lemon. George Kennedy was terrific in the first airport movie, but he - and the series - went steadily downhill.
Rob W (ru) wrote: I wish it had music. Otherwise a rather impressive film for its time.
Leon B (kr) wrote: Review:The beginning of of this movie was reasonably funny, when the guys around the table was chatting about Danny Rose and his weird clients, but it goes downhill when Allen comes into play. The movie is about Allen protecting his one important client, who is a singer/comedian who can only work properly if he has his mistress in his life, but when she finds out about his womanising, Allen tries his best to get them back together so he can go back to work. I didn't really find this movie that funny, but is was good to see that Mia Farrow can play a different type of role. Woody Allen is playing his usual million words per minute type of role but the film isn't based on troubled relationships like most of his other projects. Don't get me wrong, he does have to sort out his clients troubled relationship through most of the movie, but there are other aspects to the film which take over that aspect. Personally, I didn't find the film that interesting, but it's better than some Woody Allen movies that I have seen. Average!Round-Up:This movie wasn't badly written but I just couldn't get into the scenes with Allen and Farrow. The whole mafia concept could have come into play a bit more and I would have liked to see some more scenes with his weird clients, who made me laugh at the beginning of the film, but it's obvious that Allen just wanted to concentrate on his relationship with Farrow. As I hadn't heard anything about the movie before, I wasn't totally disappointed, but it's not the type of film that I would be watching again anytime soon.Budget: $8millionWorldwide Gross: $10.6millionI recommend this movie to people who are into there Woody Allen movies about an entertainment agent who tries to sort out his one important clients love life so he can work properly. 3/10
Andy C (mx) wrote: A bad chase movie made worse by the camera trickery played throughout.
Jenna I (au) wrote: Too long, loses steam. If the plot was tighter it coulda been super perfect-- like you want a level of predictability with a Belle and Sebastian movie but it even kinda drops the ball there. Not bad but unfortunately forgettable.
Issac C (de) wrote: Okay so I'm not going to lie, when I was eleven years old, (2012) the demon face popped up behind the husband character, and I screamed. (Shut up, I was eleven) What I truly love about this movie is it doesn't make any of the adult characters useless at any point in time or uninteresting. It manages to blend in great character development and damn good scares. A great and truly underrated movie in my opinion.
Senor C (fr) wrote: Jack Hill has a great talent of making strong women in the 70s even when he is exploiting them. Switchblade Sisters is probably one of the best girl gang movies out there & I love it every time I watch it. Very happy that Tarantino gave this movie a 2nd life some 20 years after it's initial release. To be quite truthful Jack Hill should be more revered in the annals of film making right behind Roger Corman. Even though many consider Drive-In flix fodder more then anything else Hill almost always breaks that mold w/ strong characters & sharp writing but always staying true to the genre. These girls are badass w/out being stereotypical. Violence can be empowering if taken w/ the right subtext