It’s the day the Earth exploded as trumpets blow and the wrath of God unleashes the four horsemen of the apocalypse. The first of a series of religious-slanted horror movies aimed at devout audiences, THE REMAINING is a surprisingly effective disaster shocker based on the Book of Revelations, produced by the makers of DONNIE DARKO and URBAN LEGEND. When a group of close-knit friends assemble for the marriage of Skylar and Dan, they have no idea they will witness The Rapture and face a series of catastrophic events turning the celebration into a life-or-death struggle. Scrambling for sanctuary and self-preservation while an army of nocturnal creatures they never knew existed unleashes epic destruction, they must understand what is happening around them, and why, to find a way to survive together in a new world order. Witness the birth of a new genre: horror containing spiritually rich content with faith-based appeal.
Skylar and Dan are happily celebrating their wedding but the celebration is shattered by a series of cataclysmic events and enemies foretold by biblical end-times prophecies. The survivors - Dan, Skylar, Tommy, Jack, Allison and Sam face a horrifying, uncertain future as they fight for their lives. Who will survive? . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Stephanie M (mx) wrote: This was another great showing from Ned Farr and Dreya Weber. It wasn't as amazing as the Gymnast was, but I still found it very enjoyable to see.
Tyrone F (it) wrote: Not the Jack Ryan Clancy invented.
John C (mx) wrote: Sayles delivers another wonderful chronicle of a particular community in a certain time and place rarely visited by other movies.
Sonika S (jp) wrote: If you don't expect much before watching it, it might just end up being an okay movie. I enjoyed the blood and gore. Otherwise, it was terrible.
Scott L (de) wrote: This is one of those movies that directly confronts our need to have an honest conversation about race and racism. Another thing I love about this movie is that it depicts (very accurately) the culture of higher administration in the university setting. As an University employee myself, there are many aspects of this movie that ring true. My guess is that many people will continue to give this a low rating because they are either uncomfortable or unwilling to discuss racism as an issue, but it is time this nation has this conversation, so this is the first movie I have rated where I will give it 100% for a good script, good acting, and addressing a social issue that is long overdo. Go see this movie!!!!
Steven L (ag) wrote: The theme of this movie centers around what passes for happiness. We've been here before with similarly titled films, but the relationships seem more real, more grounded in truth. For sure, the characters aren't normal - what would a movie be with normal people in it, right? But their struggles, emotions, and consequences are places we've been ourselves. The introductory scenes are sparse and lack engagement, but somewhere in the 20-25 minute range, everything clicks and there's no turning back. You'll love, despise, ache and cringe throughout this movie.
Clay B (ag) wrote: OUT FOR A KILL (2003)
Chris G (kr) wrote: Sword and action melodrama. Some of the fight action can make you dizzy!
Logan T (de) wrote: A highly underrated film in the series,it also has one of the best villains in the series.
Don S (de) wrote: Poor acting and lots of decidedly non-erotic nudity (both female and male) do not a good movie experience make. The plot is much too thin to sustain over 2 hours of movie time and there is no character development. There is an abundance of scenes included to elicit disgust but not to move the plot along. Savoy is sufficiently cute for me to feel it is not a complete waste of time.
Tony M (ca) wrote: Thoroughly enjoyed this sequel that paid homage to Stoker's original work with some scenes right out of the novel. Mostly fresh and downright suspenseful the way a #Dracula movie should be 4/5
Tim S (nl) wrote: If there's anything you should know about Kitten With a Whip, it's that it's just pulpy trash from the 1960's. Sure it features Ann Margaret and John Forsythe, but that doesn't do itself any favors. It's full of horrible and time-wasting dialogue that ultimately just goes nowhere, and it all ends rather solemnly and unexcitingly. I'm sure it didn't do much to boost Margaret's and Forsythe's careers any. I don't see how it could. It tries to be Lolita-ish at times, but just fails at it, like everything else. Thankfully the crew at Mystery Science Theater 3000 gave it a run-through and added some more humor to it, although they weren't needed for the fantastically-delivered crap line: "Cool it you creep and co-exist!" I burst out laughing at that line and it was the only reason for me to see the movie because I didn't really care about any of the rest.
Collin P (de) wrote: A light hearted, fun romance until disaster strikes.
roger t (nl) wrote: date viewed: 12/19/10 holiday movie marathon. favorite line: (mayor to the john doe committee) "walk in slowly, like when you come to pay your taxes." fantastic movie from capra....loved stanwyck, cooper et al.... the finale is beautifully filmed and poignant as well.....highly recommended.
Ryan F (nl) wrote: Violent, over the top and silly, but entertaining. John Travolta's enthusiastically over the top performance makes this movie. The rest of the cast (especially Jonathan Rhys Meyers) seems out of place and not so well acted. Good for a mindless violent action movie.
Dan M (au) wrote: I really enjoyed this movie and found myself rooting for Mr. Brooks.
Vincent C (br) wrote: Exceeded my expectations. The chemistry between Liam Neeson and Joel Kinnaman was decent; Ed Harris was good as usual.
Scott S (gb) wrote: H.G. Wells' First Men in the Moon (1964) -- [6.5] -- A British couple and a mad scientist embark on the world's first trip to the moon and end up getting more than they bargained for in this colorful fantasy featuring visual effects and animation by Ray Harryhausen. "First Men in the Moon" is beautifully rendered with imaginitive set design, color-saturated cinematography, and a grand score by Laurie Johnson. It's also a bit more sophisticated than most films of its time and genre. The scientist and the couple have an ongoing moral conflict about whether to regard the moon's alien inhabitants (cute bug-like critters) as dangerous or friendly, and the movie doesn't reveal the creatures' motives until the final reel. Their leader is a pretty nifty character, speaking with a calm, creepy voice and hidden behind a force field so that you never see him clearly. As far as pre-'Star Wars' sci-fi/fantasy films go, this one is worth a look.
Zach S (de) wrote: Good acting and an interesting time period, but I guess I wasn't riveted as I was expecting more suspense.
Cheryl W (fr) wrote: Vey creative storytelling. Beautiful set design. Marvelous acting. Off beat, quirky, women power!