The Water Babies

The Water Babies

This children's fantasy tells the story of a 12-year-old boy who discovers a complex underwater world where young children are held prisoner by an evil shark and an eel.

This children's fantasy tells the story of a 12-year-old boy who discovers a complex underwater world where young children are held prisoner by an evil shark and an eel. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Christopher L (gb) wrote: The raw emotions of a young man dealing with betrayal, pain, and loss and learning to understand the tactics of Satan. Very good yet not that impressed for the hype it has. The film really is very well made and the plot develops beautifully. The acting is spotless and near perfect, McDowell gives an astounding performance that only him could have done with that character in this film. Cinematography was wonderful I mean Australia of all places was riveting with uneven views of daring Sydney Harbor. It's truly a great film but not the best I've seeing this year. I felt that the lead actor was not the best in the world - he tried his best, but came up short.

Mark B (fr) wrote: bad bad bad shitty movie made only to cash in on "kingdom of crystal skulls" just bad

Martyn M (jp) wrote: A psycopath suffering from schizophrenia abducts a young male child to help him to regularly clean his place up, and he has a lot of cleaning to do, his abducter is a mysogynistic abducterer and killer of young women. He convieniently lives alone (as they usually do in these slash and hack films) in his inherited former meat packing plant. Ideal if you want to exist as a ruthless misogynistic psycopathic murderer.After 5 years of witnessing and receiving this abhorent education, the child develops an unemotional detatchment to the surroundings - the smells and the dirt and also to the fate of the victims of this gruesome individual. And this cold detachment further develops into an emotionless indifference to the inflicting of pain to himself. The making of another psycopath.A film that is trying to get around an excuse to hack and slash the cast to bits by having some semblance of a decent story. Brett Rickarby is commendable as the psycopath Sutter, bringing out the mindset of a schizophreniac in a set of monologues that lifts the film out of the usual routine for this type of film. For the rest of it, it's the usual expectation: plenty of the usual blood, guts and other nasty stuff to keep horror fans engrosed. Others might prefer something a little less frightening.

black c (kr) wrote: its Tim Burtons movie so of course ima see it and i love the song they used in the movie trailer soo its a gotta see for me!!!

Sean G (fr) wrote: Excellent movie that I highly recommend

Jen M (ru) wrote: Great sequel to a great first has way more sex talk than 1st. Ages 14+

Sunil J (gb) wrote: Such a silly movie but really funny.

Brad G (ag) wrote: Fans of Akira Kurosawa's original Rashoman might need a few minutes to adjust to this Western remake, but the quicker you accept its existence the quicker you'll be rewarded by the execution of this fine retelling. While they wait for a train, three men (William Shatner, Edward G Robinson, & Howard Da Silva) discuss what is fact and what is fiction regarding the trial of Mexican bandit, Paul Newman. Director Martin Ritt does his darndest to ape Kurosawa's grande vision, and even if it reads more as pale imitation than originality at least he manages to keep it looking pretty. Besides, it's all well-worth it for the performances. VF.

Rob B (fr) wrote: Some movies are so dumb...they are good. I love mental vacations.

Stephen E (br) wrote: What "One-Eyed Jacks" could have been makes it all the more interesting of a venture. The element that ultimately undermines this otherwise riveting Western is a formulaic, melodramatic romance subplot. Just as the film starts getting good, Marlon Brando's character is given a love interest and the flow is totally disrupted, which is something that the film never fully recovers from. "One-Eyed Jacks" is just slightly overlong, but it's bolstered by an exciting final half hour and snippets of genius that are shown every so often. The overall quality of the film is horrendous due to poor handling issues, but the brilliance of Charles Lang's gorgeous cinematography still shines through. As well, Marlon Brando gives a noteworthy performance that is often as vicious as it is sympathetic, while Karl Malden snarls in a villainous supporting role. If there ever was a film that needed to be remade, "One-Eyed Jacks" is that film.

Aj V (de) wrote: This movie feels like a 50s B movie, and it's pretty much the same story as the late 50s movie, Attack of the Puppet People, but Dr. Cyclops got there first. This movie has cool special effects, which reminded me of 50s movies, and I was surprised to see such effects in a movie from 1940. It's not a fantastic story by today's standards, but this movie is still pretty cool when you think about it.

Dean M (kr) wrote: Hong Kong's dominance over American action filmmaking didn't stop visual effects wizard-turned-director Steve Wang from creating a film that not only matches the best modern Hong Kong martial arts productions, but surpasses many of them. In fact, it only inspired him. Beyond Wang's vision, the keys to Drive's success are two men; action director Koichi Sakamoto and martial arts star Mark Dacascos. The strengths of this film could have stopped here and the production would have remained a worthy effort, but a very solid script from Scott Phillips and excellent performances from the supporting cast. I was exciting to see Dacascos makes his incredible kicking, punching, flipping, you name it. He's got speed, power, and grace. Brittany Murphy is perfect as a bubbly brunette armed with salacious charm Deliverance Bodine who manages to pull off being humourous, immature, insane, and desirable all at the same time. and Kadeem Hardison is the film's chief comedian and delivers a regular stream of decent one-liners, mostly adlibbed.The choreography and execution of fighting is stunning, especially considering the limited time available. All of the fights are outstanding, although the motel brawl and the film(TM)s final match are extra special. This is action really done Hong Kong style, old school.

Angel G (fr) wrote: Spooky, creepy and well-acted thriller, also has amazing cinematography and haunting images and music. Every images from the four lead's dreams coming to life are haunting, creepy, smart and sometimes very violent. Joel Schumacher did an amazing job with the direction, he casted an perfect ensemble and made an intense and interesting movie, but hands down, the cinematography is beautiful, so if you like to be thrilled, this is your movie.

Fred W (es) wrote: amusing while it lasts...