The Secret Village

The Secret Village

Greg,an unsuccessful screenwriter and Rachel,a beautiful journalist research an outbreak of mass hysteria in a small village. They start to uncover a secret about ergot poisoning that has affected this village for years. But the cult activity has been kept a secret by the locals and when Greg disappears, Rachel is left alone to unravel the mystery and save their lives.

Greg,an unsuccessful screenwriter and Rachel, a beautiful journalist research an outbreak of mass hysteria in a small village. They start to uncover a secret about ergot poisoning that has affected this village for years. But the cult activity has been kept a secret by the locals and when Greg disappears, Rachel is left alone to unravel the mystery and save their lives. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Alvarie A (kr) wrote: walau tokoh utamanya terkesan "rambo" banget dan gaya tentara korea utara yang mirip tentara romawi ,tapi untuk keseluruhan bagus !

Ryan C (ca) wrote: this should be in 3d

Heidi M (ca) wrote: I LOVE JIM. It's just so familiar to me to struggle things like Jim and of course I like this movie.. but it doesn't work if you don't have these issues 'cause it might be just boring... Slow, desperate atmosphere and it feels like I want to shake this character and say, it's gonna be alright! (even if I don't think it would..)

Cyrus B (it) wrote: FUNNY BONES Funny Bones,is a hidden gem from the mid-nineties, largely unheard of it, it hosts all manner of fantastic British talent, from Lee Evans to the incomparable George Carl. With the unique British wit and humour infused throughout, this is definitely something special, that has unfortunately flown under a lot of people??s filmic radar. Oliver Platt is Tommy Fawkes, the son of a hugely famous comedian George Fawkes(Jerry Lewis), however Tommy is not a very good comedian, and after ??dieing on stage?? in Vegas, he decides to run away and then travels to Blackpool, where his father made his name, to try and buy an act to make it into the business. Soon he runs into Jack Parker(Lee Evans), a troubled young comedian, who is no longer allowed to perform due to his dark past, soon we discover the Parker and Fawkes family histories intertwine. Firstly, the performances here are both convincingly and surreal, delving into the abstract nature of comedy that Britain has enjoyed since ??Monty Python?? and before. Whilst not as surrealist, there is a definitive theme of the abnormal running throughout. Oliver Platt does a fantastic job as the comedian on the edge, overshadowed by his father, and Lee Evans character consumes us as we learn about his dark past. Even the supporting cast impress at every turn, full of life, character and personality. Director, Peter Chelsom, has done a superb job of directing, injecting soul into this movie. Choosing to use the camera as a window into their world, often giving us unusual and distorting views, not too mention the absence of digetic sound and colour in some instances, rather than favouring the clichd, he??s made this film his own. The excellent use of sound in terms of digetic and music is superb, doing a frankly outstanding job of showcasing the talent in this movie, without making it solely about them. No wonder this film picked up awards at some international film festivals. Funny Bones is a true character driven piece, that has fortunately been blessed with a director who was seemingly born to make this film, and we as an audience can feel the love that put into making this movie. Whilst not all audiences will appreciate the film, those who do like it will soon have it listed as one of their favourites, an amazing film, truly unmissable, moving and hilarious all at once.

Jeff B (ru) wrote: Super times two, this sun-kissed sequel takes everything that worked so superbly in the first film and manages to trim down some - but not all - of the hokiness. Bride of Frankenstein, The Godfather Part II, and The Empire Strikes Back all share the same distinction: According to many, these sequels best their predecessors. Superman II, however, truly one-ups the original. With a story threaded from the superb first chapter through to this slightly more serious adventure, a powerless not-so-Superman battling god-like convicts seeking revenge for the sins of his father makes for one of the most exciting and heartfelt hero tales ever.In this PG-rated sequel to Superman, Superman (Reeve) agrees to sacrifice his powers to start a relationship with Lois Lane (Margot Kidder), unaware that three Kryptonian criminals (Terrence Stamp, et al) he inadvertently released are conquering Earth. Though Richard Donner's fingerprints are all over this ridiculously rousing adventure (the plot of part II gets foretold in the excellent opening of part I), it's Richard Lester (A Hard Day's Night) who gets credited as director. Still, stick with the initial cut (and not the Richard Donner Cut, which was released on DVD in 2006) to get the full impact of General Zod and his cronies laying waste to an America without Superman. Like its forebear, the film is not without its Kryptonite. Some of the humor verges on madcap and the SFX dates poorly.Bottom line: Man of Real Steel

Michael M (mx) wrote: Shine on, shine on Harvest Moon, up in the sky... I grew up watching Laurel and Hardy with my dad and my grandparents, and this was my very favorite. These guys play on a different level.

Michael M (nl) wrote: Very interesting if you're looking into the early years of cinema. Like a lot of Socialist realism of the time, it's about as subtle as a sledgehammer, and I couldn't suppress giggles at the final scene with the potatoes, BUT... it must be said that film wouldn't be where it is today were it not for this film. The pre-WWI stockmarket scenes are uncannily familiar...

Samuel M (gb) wrote: Acorralado no es solo una de las mejores pelculas de accin de la historia, adems de todo un thriller survival, sino tambin un drama sobre lo duro de la guerra y lo que est puede hacer a un hombre y a una sociedad. Aun tengo escalofros cada vez que escucho ese ltimo discurso de Rambo...increible.

Kirk G (it) wrote: It's Toy Story. How could you not like it