The Pirates of Blood River
A group of ruthless pirates attack a 17th Century Huguenot settlement on the Isle of Devon in search of treasure and will stop at nothing to obtain it.
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Timothy B (es) wrote: A flat and boring movie, yes it has that Cronenberg look and feel made famous by his father. But can't really recommend this as a enjoyable Sci-Fi
Hehhehe H (de) wrote: Good But Claymation, Hard To Understand If Your From USA
Pamela D (gb) wrote: This is a great movie about a strong, determined woman who won't accept the abuse in her male dominated job.
Nicky M (gb) wrote: The very title should be stricken from the English language
Eric B (ag) wrote: Beautiful photography and great symbolism in a drowsy screenplay.
Maymay A (au) wrote: Appearing to be almost a mirror to The Silence of the Lambs, making it a lesser work, but nonetheless witty and well-made.
Knox M (gb) wrote: Overrated but enjoyable and endlessly disturbing.
Larry W (us) wrote: A '76 Bonnie & Clyde knock-off that can't quite commit to being either mainstream or grindhouse. Still, it has Lynda Carter with a machine gun. How do you top that? You can't.Carter herself doesn't read as either naive or nihilistic enough to sell the role. But who cares? She's Lynda Carter and has a machine gun!
Byron B (gb) wrote: There is quite a discrepancy between the RT Critic Score and the Flixster User Score for this one. I'd read good things about this film in lists of great sci-fi pictures. The title is often printed as H.G. Wells' Things to Come, but this is not just an adaptation of his work. When watching the short lived and mediocre TV series Prophets of Science Fiction, I was pleasantly surprised to see H.G. Wells in home movie footage from the '30s. Wells lived to 1946. H.G. Wells himself wrote this screenplay. His late-19th century sci-fi vision lived into the era of motion pictures and he was able to contribute his vision of the future to this "seeing is believing" medium. Menzies, who was also an accomplished Art Director, leads the whole team in creating some fantastic sets. Unfortunately, the costumes often leave something to be desired. Story-wise Wells is astonishingly prescient in predicting WWII. The aftermath of the war with a zombie-like disease and medieval-like warring fiefdoms seems a little silly despite the extremity of nuclear fallout. Next Raymond Massey as Cabal, a descendant of a character we met earlier, shows up with an Airforce that is trying to promote science and unite all mankind. Then we jump further in the future, where there are some fun visual effects with an advanced society rebuilt on Cabal's principles. I appreciated the plot of scientific advancement vs. reactionary doubts, progress vs. status quo, however, the execution of the ideas in action is a bit too didactic. The words coming out of the mouths of the characters are stiff and not so engaging.
Jorge M (ru) wrote: This movie, in my opinion, had the best exorcism. It shows a truly evil presence in the movie.
Ben T (kr) wrote: A great animated film that has a great voice cast, a good story, and terrific animation. It's one of the best films by Blue Sky and it's a must-see for fans of animation.
Johnny L (br) wrote: Lee Harvey!!! Yoouuu are a madman!!
Dan M (br) wrote: Dramas are usually a tough watch for me, especially when I'm sleepy. This one I had no problem staying awake throughout despite being tired as hell. Benedict Cumberbatch is one heck of an amazing actor and it's no surprise he got an Oscar nom for his role here. Keira Knightley also was great in this. Dramas that are interesting and can make you learn something about history can do no wrong by me.
Megan O (de) wrote: One of the worst movies i've ever seen
Stephen R (de) wrote: IDK if i shared this last night so either way i will now cuz its a true classic and approp for MLK weekend to view a slice of American history in a movie that both feels dated and yet incredibly relevant...its certainly strongly set in its era of 60s south with heat you can feel thanks to great filmmaking and acting and Steiger and Poitier give amazing performances as does Warren Oates and the others are all good...a highly intelligent not overly didactic important i dare say film
Brett B (de) wrote: Tense, and with some impressive location photography, Eastwood's espionage thriller fits nicely into the paranoid style of 1970's suspense cinema, though its eventual resolution leaves a little something to be desired.