A group of renowned cosmologists and astrophysicist are in search of a realistic picture of the universe. Their research and observational discoveries point in a direction diametrically opposed to the predominant Bog Bang theory - this leads to a series of sociological situations that verge on the extreme dogma controls wielded against Copernicus and Galileo in the past; only now against our protagonists of the 21st century. This is a controversial science documentary touching on the nerve of everything astronomers and cosmologist claim they know about the universe today. - Written by Meyers, Randall
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Nathan M (it) wrote: A rather balanced and vulnerable film about a controversial and compelling subject. For a big fan of NBC's Community, it felt like Harmontown was made for me. I find Dan Harmon to be one of the most unique and talented writers working in TV today. He thinks so as well. What Harmontown does so well, besides being so entertaining, insightful, and funny, it shows the brokenness within the self-proclaimed genius. This isn't a pretty, "rah rah" kind of documentary. At times it glorifies his humorous and creative spirit, at other times it's a scathing indictment of his behavior and ego. I really appreciate a documentary that doesn't paint its subject as either evil or good, but shows both sides of a compelling personality. Harmontown is that kind of film.
Tim M (mx) wrote: Unlike the anime and manga, the OVA forgoes the Black Swordsman arc and covers Guts' childhood in a brief flashback. Good animation, classic story."This hugely entertaining film is a must for fans of hard-hitting, action-packed anime." - Stephen Lambrechts, Neon Maniacs
Qi Z (au) wrote: The depressed, uneven, tightly-wound Serge is expertly played by Luchini. For his performance alone, this film is worth watching. The tormented and tormentor lies under the skin of this frail framed, pale-blue eyed man. Particularly when he breaks in an open and cloudless smile. Compared with him, all others fail to match up his bottled-up intensity of loving and hating humans with such equal measure. The theatrical rehearsal of Moliere's Le Misantrope is quite a treat itself. But the comedy in this film comes in the failed attempt to save the artistic soul of a happy little porn star.
Randy B (mx) wrote: Exceptional movie. Must see.
Bloodmarsh K (ca) wrote: A string of bad cliches right up until the highly predictable end.
Casey K (gb) wrote: ya me and selena rented it and it was actually really good, but it had terrrible acting and it was confuzzling..so ya but it was good
Noah Abraham G (de) wrote: It's not awful, but "Battle Royale II" is nowhere near as good or fun as the original. A lot of speeches, not enough action or characters.
William K (ru) wrote: A murder trial sets the stage for this very good film which explores the nature of unrequited love and racial prejudice, set in post WWII Washington State, as it examines the US policy on Japanese internment camps, and the human effect of those policies. Von Sydow is great as the defense atty. This film delivers visually as well, with some outright beautiful scenes. One error: The lighthouse scene. That lighthouse is in Portland, Maine.
Jay Z (ru) wrote: Being the third film to feature Michael Myers in the Halloween franchise, especially after 7 years, it's evident that an effort was actually made in order to create this movie, unlike Halloween II. In attempt to reboot the series, the movie does come off to a rocky start. However, it does eventually adopt its own, unique, story, impressively without trying to totally copy the magical atmosphere of Halloween and Halloween II. In fact, Halloween 4 decides not to completely forget the plot of the originals. Instead, it cleverly expands and reinforces the motives and mythology of Michael Myers.The writing is decent in a supernatural, if sometimes a little ridiculous, way. You won't see much that's too out there, though. It's not like the film isn't trying to be what it is; which is a slightly supernatural horror film.And, finally, it's pretty blatant that this isn't nearly as good as Halloween. It's definitely comparable to Halloween II, though. The performances in Halloween 4 are pretty great, surprisingly. It has a bit of an intricate, one-track plot, and the characters actually feel real, with emotions and an individual role in the movie. But, on the disappointing side of things, Halloween 4 feels very convenient and illogical many times throughout the movie, which is one of the only things about this movie that really drags it down.
Mark N (us) wrote: Lacking on just about every front I expected better from the golden era of sci-fi cheese. Feels every inch a cheap cash-in movie.
Matteo G (mx) wrote: This movie is boss! LOL
Adam A (jp) wrote: "Spy Kids" is a smart and visually creative film that works for both children aswell as grown-ups.
Elias B (br) wrote: Great Exploitation movie. Dialogue is brilliant, two lead characters are well casted and the action scenes bring suspense. The story was pretty well written, with a gang of girls and their relationship that is rare to see on film. A must see Jack Hill movie.