A decade after the collapse of the western world, Australia has become a lawless wasteland. As desperate outsiders pillage the country's precious mineral resources, taciturn Eric travels from town to town searching for signs of life.
10 years after the collapse of global economic, people from many countries in the world move to Australia and dola becomes the most popular currency. Social is down, law is break up and people’s live becomes more meager. Eric and Rev go through empty towns to find out their family. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(br) wrote: Tigmanshu Dhulia is most unreliable director in the bollywood.
(de) wrote: I thought it was a great way to end Bruce Wayne's story some may think it takes away the imagination of the fans I for one thinks it concludes the story of a hero I grew up with.
(ca) wrote: Awesome movie! Can't wait for the DVD!
(ru) wrote: A brilliant film x excellent battle scenes lots of blood and gore x sad and passionate x loved it x
(ag) wrote: This looks so good, I can't believe I have to wait until February to see it
(jp) wrote: A great idea with an uninspired execution. Lazy comedy and slapstick. As much as I like black and white cinematography, its use here undermines the whole idea of a 1920s cliche living in the real world.
(ca) wrote: If a ten year old watched this he may like it but anyone older not so much.
(ag) wrote: Great writing and a great performance from Hoffman seal the deal.
(fr) wrote: Black humour is more or less always present in the vast majority of Hitchcock's work. With The Trouble With Harry, the British filmmaker and celebrated master of suspense lets this side of his filmmaking personality loose and has a little fun in this black comedy with elements of thriller about the strangeness surrounding the burying of a corpse. There is a lot of cleverness and satire in this comedy, yet its preciousness outweighs the intelligence and gets in the way of the fun. In the end, The Trouble with Harry feels disappointingly shallow. On the plus side, it was the impressive debut of a certain Shirley MacLaine.
(nl) wrote: A fascinating collaboration that is brought down by dull pacing and lousy editing. You can see glimpses of greatness spread out thinly between long, uninteresting scenes of men typing and reading messages.