The Swamp Thing returns to battle the evil Dr. Arcane, who has a new science lab full of creatures transformed by genetic mutation, and chooses Heather Locklear as his new object of ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Return of Swamp Thing
The Swamp Thing returns to battle the evil Dr. Arcane, who has a new science lab full of creatures transformed by genetic mutation, and chooses Heather Locklear as his new object of affection.
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Jeff H (es) wrote: I like Spurlock docs quite a bit, but this one really disappoints. Pass.
Jim S (us) wrote: Very strange little movie with some interesting cameos from some minor but familiar TV stars. It's violent and bizarre and not particularly entertaining.
Ana B (gb) wrote: Movie depicting the ups & downs in a father and son relationship based in the memories of the poet Blake Morrison. The film is set in three different times, when he was a child, when he was a teenager and when he was in his forties and his father was dying of cancer. Very good performances from Firth and Broadbent make this a tour the force between two different personalities, the cheating and charismatic Dr. Morrison and the idealistic and bookish poet son. This is a moving tribute and ultimate portrait of Dr. Morrison
Fiona J (ca) wrote: just can't stop to see this movie
Dane G (ca) wrote: Excellent story , choppy editing and direction.
Catie Li M (gb) wrote: Pretty good, heart warming a bout a cruel father who cut sons off because he saw himself in them, and betrayal of a friend.
Maxime H (gb) wrote: Les femmes sont des personnes comme le stipule les billets de 50$ ! Y paraitrait qu'elles peuvent peindre !? Trs bon film ;)
James H (fr) wrote: An uneasy mix of comedy, tragedy and drama. The film doesn't seem to quite know what direction it wants to go and takes on more than it can handle. The acting is good by everyone, and it is watchable, just not always fully interesting.
Jon H (de) wrote: Typical 80s screwball comedy. Malkovich is a supergenius science nerd who invents an android that looks exactly like him, and as a result, the PR exec who is hired to publicize the robot falls in love with the machine. Mostly silly, but okay on a slow evening.
bill s (fr) wrote: If remade today,this B movie gem would get the Hollywood treatment and take itself too seriously and be ruined from the outset....the tongue in cheek cheese is what makes this movie.
Michael S (nl) wrote: Fun movie with some extra gore and a cool kill scene on a water bed. Not very original but there is some kind of style that I really liked about this movie.
Eli T (ca) wrote: Symbolism and interpretation. Stone relies heavily on these two concepts with fantastic results. The morally ambiguous characters, coarse language, and heavy themes by no means make this an easy movie to watch. That, however, doesn't mean it has no value. Incredible performances from De Niro, Norton, and Jovovich took me by surprise, considering the panning this movie's received. An unexpected ghetto accent from Norton was an interesting surprise, not a cringe-inducing gimmick or failure. The eerie soundtrack pervaded the film, chilling, digging its claws into your psyche at every frigid outburst or calmly destructive decision. Permeating into every scene with unnervingly soothing malice, it casts a shadow over proceedings that can hardly be overstated. The atmosphere is excellent, and one can scarcely accuse it of tedium in its theology. Venerated by Stone's plot, I felt no slowing of time, eagerly awaiting the next advancement. The religious metaphors, in addition, are endless. Tiring to some? Absolutely, but I found them neither preachy nor heavy-handed, as some have suggested. Deeply depressing or insightful and renewing, you can choose which way you want to have Stone. No matter what, you'll find yourself deep in thought by the end of it.
Hunter B (de) wrote: Another dark and satisfying instalment to the franchise, much better than the last.
Anneke R (it) wrote: While I didn't think it was as good as 'God is not Dead', I thought the cast was great!! It made me believe stronger that there is a heaven and that near death experiences do happen. And no matter what people may say or think, if you are a parent, you should never doubt what your child tells you. No matte how unbelievable it may sound. They just might teach you something.
David U (de) wrote: It's nothing too special, but stylish enough, and the main character has a lot of cool factor.
James B (de) wrote: This was an alright movie. There were times when I thought it was a little slow in building, but all in all it was pretty good.
Merri H (au) wrote: I love the movie with the subtitles better than dubbed in English better.
Brodie A (de) wrote: Mary (Jena Malone) attends a very uppity Christian school with her friend Hilary Faye (Mandy Moore). Mary's boyfriend, Dean, openly admits to being gay. In Mary's persuit to rid her boyfriend of his sinful desires she has a vision instructing her to have sex with Dean. Right before the school year kicks off Dean's parents find a gay magazine in his room. They ship Dean away to a sin rehab center for high school kids. Mary is lost without Dean and quickly discovers... she's pregnant. Mary hides her pregnancy from everyone, including her mother (Mary Louise Parker... Weeds fans!). She spent her whole life in a very aggressive Christian environment and was at a true loss as to what to do or who to talk to. Even her closest friend, Hilary Faye, acted like Mary was the worst person to live on this Earth once she found out the news. Saved! had me thinking of a friends Christian school the entire time. If you attended a Christian school I'm sure you found the humor oddly accurate. If you didn't attend a school like this you were probably thinking "WTF" the entire time. Mandy Moore was absolutely ridiculous. Jena Malone did a great job seeming lost. Macaulay Culkin makes an appearance as a crippled Christian attendee who is at the extreme "mercy" of Hilary Faye. Overall, decent comedy that is definitely over the top. It's streaming on Netflix and I would give it a shot if you are not sure what to watch after work this week and need a good laugh. I'm snickering just thinking about it and I watched this movie a few weeks ago.