A team of scientists working to raise a sunken Russian nuclear submarine on an ocean platform off the coast of Miami, Florida, unearth an ancient Atlantean relic from the sea floor and bring in an expert to make some sense of it. But while attempting to raise the sub, radioactive leakage from its missles triggers the re-emergence of Atlantis, and the resulting tidal wave destroys the platform and leaves only a small group of survivors. Rescued by two Vietnamvets-turned-heavies who are out relaxing after their latest job, their boat eventually runs aground on a Carribean island nearby where, upon going ashore, it is discovered that everything has been destroyed and everybody killed. The culprits, a vicious group of well-armed raiders, and their leader, Crystal Skull, are descendants of Atlantis' original race who set about reclaiming the world and adding the survivors to the list of victims as they struggle to stay alive and defeat the raiders and send Atlantis back to the ocean floor.
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Jeanie W (fr) wrote: One of the best indie films I've seen in years. The variety of characters was genius in how they all flowed together in a very frank coming-of-age story. Bravo. Well done.
Tim H (br) wrote: Awesome look @ an amazing individual in Pat Tillman. Great job detailing him leaving the NFL to join the Army Rangers & fight after 9/11. The coverup of his death & still not anyone in government got fired over this is a joke.
rose w (ru) wrote: this movie is must watch for best friends
Alexander N (ca) wrote: The story is not really original, but it's well done and has a good setting in a british underclass surrounding.
Faisal F (ag) wrote: Alien Attack on Japan...
Carly S (gb) wrote: Slow to begin with, I'll admit I only saw it because Murphy was in it, but towards the end, it really grew on me.
Corpse R (kr) wrote: Leung is convincing, as always... actually, that's an understatement. He has no equal.
Peter P (au) wrote: Nice looking skiing and a young Paul Gross can't help to make this a good movie, plus needless nudity drops the score even more.
Gregory C (mx) wrote: kinda overwrought and cheesy and kinda great at the same time. also, i now know where the white stripes ripped their whole concept from.
Brad G (kr) wrote: Boring sensitive cowboy picture. Watch Major Dundee instead.
Patrick M (fr) wrote: Memories is a must see for anyone who loves anime. The animation in all three films is great. The first two have a similar animation style to them while the third has a distinctly different style. All three were enjoyable but the first one Magnetic Rose was by far the most entertaining and longest out of the three stories. Stink Bomb is second with cannon fodder third. I Personally enjoyed all three and an anime worth seeing.
Richard D (jp) wrote: John Wayne plays the older sergeant disliked by his troops for his rigid attitude until they finally discover through the rigors of actual combat that he had their interests at heart. This is a dynamic that plays out through many subsequent war films right up to Clint Eastwood's "Heartbreak Ridge" (although the battle for Iwo Jima is a little higher stakes than the invasion of Grenada). B movie fans will be pleased to see John Agar as a really lax young private who learns the errors of his ways. Richard Jaeckel also stars.
li b (it) wrote: Surprisingly not as horrible to sit through as I would have thought, but that doesn't mean I would have chosen it...
M C (de) wrote: Really quite enjoyable, trying a darker, cruder take on the 'family drama on christmas' comedy formula. 67/100
David W (gb) wrote: As painful and sad the movie is, Kramer vs Kramer has well-made performances and story telling so incredible it lightens my heart
Darren D (br) wrote: Rock Hudson and Doris Day reprise their traditional roles of business rivals in another of their famous comedy pairings. This, like Pillow Talk, is all about shenanigans in the ad industry, in this case about a product called V whose tonic effects were even more pronounced than its latter day true life counterpart. In the grand tradition of tecnicolor art direction, if it was a colour it was deployed in great quantities. Doris Day struts, pouts and makes bug eyes in a succession of fabulous gowns while Rock Hudson looks simply fabulous. The pair had chemistry before the term came into popular use. Well worth seeing.