In 1860, having helped France solve the problem of sour wine, chemist Louis Pasteur turns to the dangers of childbirth: 20,000 Paris women were dying annually. His germ theory and recommendation that doctors wash their hands and sterilize their instruments meet with derision in the academy, and the emperor himself orders Pasteur to be silent. Ten years later, needing cash to pay for war losses, the government finds that anthrax is killing herds everywhere in the country except Arbois: Pasteur is there, vaccinating sheep. Again the academy is dismissive. When Pasteur is vindicated, he turns his attention to hydrophobia. It is the Russians who realize his genius, and France finally honors him.
Esteban M (de) wrote: Boring, poorly edited, badly scripted, horrendously acted.Dont' be fooled it's not a good film. It's not a funny film. It's lame and boring. Not an absolute disaster, it's simply bad and boring.
Joel M (br) wrote: Not a home run comedy and did not throw any plot curve balls, but "The Change Up" sure had its real-funny moments. *****Good
Jeff C (fr) wrote: Not overely thrilled, but it was okay
emily h (fr) wrote: omg that guy is ugly, soo stupid
Kayden S (gb) wrote: A very good, moving picture. It's sad how so many gay people are rejected. I give iit 5/5 stars.
Brandon C (br) wrote: This is the parody I was talking about with Saturday the 14th. It needs to be watched. I hope it's as good as I remember it being when I was little.
Mark H (gb) wrote: a not really needed extra
Sajin P (mx) wrote: Harry Callahan, who's already pissed off at " the system" now has to deal with a band of vigilante cops who are even more pissed off at the same system. In this movie Harry is crossing lines with someone of his own kind, and we come to understand that he's much more than a gun toting maniac and knows where to draw his boundaries. In his own words, "A man's got to know his limitations"..
Sean C (br) wrote: A slow, grim, and ultimately uplifting film with a few decent twists. Nothing to watch again, but it has my respect.
Flamingo P (au) wrote: I WAS SO EXCITED TO SEE THIS FILM WHEN IT FIRST CAME OUT....LOL.
Jason J (mx) wrote: Another classic b-movie about a giant octopus. Ray Harryhausen delivers yet again with the special effects and the creature. It's great.
Paul D (jp) wrote: A jolly but very light musical comedy that can get somewhat farcical in places. A decent time waster.
Greg W (ca) wrote: so glad they were able 2 save & restore this noir in which powell like in 'murder, my sweet' plays a hard guy with lots of snappy dialogue and rhonda flemming!
annette (ag) wrote: One of my relatives, Jayne Meadows, was in this movie. Distant relative but still in the family tree.
Corey B (ag) wrote: This could basically be retitled "The Twentieth Century Sucks ASS!". It follows a family who has the incredibly unfortunate ability to get themselves involved in every major tragedy between 1900 and 1933. While the scope of the film is fun (we see different music styles evolving and fashions changing), it's also rather narrow. At times it feels like there's this amazing movie happening offscreen as characters talk about their husbands going off to war while sitting in their drawing room.I'm sure it's not entirely fair to judge this film from a modern perspective (and in its defense there's a really cool World War I Montage, and a delightfully corny scene onboard the Titanic), but it is quite dull, and feels like the rantings of an old person who can't stand them youngens.
bill s (br) wrote: An enjoyable bittersweet drama with a great performance from Depp.
Dedmeet C (kr) wrote: Decent fantasy/action/adventure by Uwe Boll. Pretty good cast and acting, and special effects. The plot is also fairly interesting, but Boll fails to tie things up during the second half of the movie losing momentum and perhaps getting a little sidetracked. This movie is OK, but no more than that. It lacks what-ever would make it "epic"... Still - a decent fantasy movie is highly entertaining.