The International Rescue team is faced with one of its toughest challenges yet, as the revolutionary lighter-than-air craft Skyship One is hijacked while on her maiden voyage around the world. Against backdrops including the Statue of Liberty and the Sphinx, Lady Penelope, Parker, Alan and Tin-Tin fight the hijackers from on-board, while the rest of the team tries to stop the airship crashing.
- Stars:Peter Dyneley, Sylvia Anderson, Shane Rimmer, Jeremy Wilkin, Matt Zimmerman, David Graham, Keith Alexander, Gary Files, Christine Finn, John Carson, Geoffrey Keen,
- Director:David Lane,
- Writer:Gerry Anderson, Sylvia Anderson
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(ca) wrote: Although we follow the point of view of those who oppose a development which arguably would provide new opportunities for Brooklyn residents, the viewer remains on the fence as the debate unfolds as to what is best for a community. It also shines a light on the mega project which is such a popular way to spur economic development but which can often have results that are significantly less than anticipated.
(ca) wrote: Kisah sederhana tentang kerinduan seorang anak perempuan terhadap ayahnya yang sudah tiada. Tiba-tiba muncul seorang pria yang muncul dalam kehidupanya dan membuat dia bahagia dan mungkin jatuh cinta. Tapi, apa yang terjadi kalau justru pria tersebut adalah anak yang sama-sama dilahirkan dari benih ayahnya. Goro Miyazaki mungkin belum sehebat sang Master ayahnya sendiri, tapi sudah jelas kalau dia suatu saat akan bisa menjadi penerus kebanggaan sang ayah.
(mx) wrote: Damn. Really good movie.
(br) wrote: pessimo, esse filme trata ele como um deus e mostra como se ele nunca tivesse errado, fora eles querendo te transformar em eapirita
(us) wrote: Well done yet again Morgan Spurlock, a clever, positive insight into Islam that is open in confronting all the issues.
(gb) wrote: I agree the acting could have been better but I quite enjoyed this, I cared enough about the characters to want them to live through it, especially the little fat kid, what a legend!
(kr) wrote: This documentary scared the bejesus out of me. It might be one of the scariest films I've ever seen. It's sad to see children being indoctrinated at such a young age and being taught to deny science and believe in Jesus and the bible's word. Some Christian conservatives might enjoy or even be inspired by this film, but I think most people will find it terrifying and be left, as Becky put it, "shaking in their boots."
(kr) wrote: It's good, but personally, Independent Film cinematography just doesn't do this kind of movie justice, and some of the writing is out of place. Other than that though it's very touching.
(us) wrote: Open Season is as funny and entertaining as the Madagascar movies. Open Season has great animation, humorous jokes, and great characters.
(nl) wrote: Cementing itself as a (relatively) modern Christmas standard, Elf features a memorable and always endearing performance from Will Ferrell as well as plenty of charm and humor to earn viewings from any season of the year.
(ca) wrote: Impressive performance of milie DequenneHas to play a role in the film with all harmony and effectiveness which proved their worth and their ability to play difficult rolesDirector and cameraman focused on portable cameras in the film in the majority viewSo that makes the viewer live the same crisis and feel distress which discuss the events of the film
(jp) wrote: Twistingly dark and dreadful tale about a pair of identical twins, but working as professional gynecologists. So many layers of complexity and the ever growing self-ideal which transforms through life. Jeremy Irons is after this, a pure genious.
(mx) wrote: Russ Meyer was obsessed with Breats this Movie is the Peak of that Obsession you see the whole Movie just Breats from the beautifulst Women presented in San Francisco
(br) wrote: Has some of the greatest martial arts fight scenes ever, only beaten by The Raid films.
(gb) wrote: Louis Malle's first feature is more conservative than the typical French New Wave classic, but it's an impressive, polished debut. The glaring problem is that the first half is far more interesting than the second. We're introduced to Jeanne (Jeanne Moreau, back when she could still pass for "girlish"), a bored, neglected wife married to a wealthy newspaper publisher. She escapes her joyless life with steady trips to Paris, where she sees her socialite friend Maggy and a polo-playing paramour. The subtle tensions between these characters are engrossing, but the film sinks once Jeanne meets another man and the story turns into a gooey, dreamy-eyed romance based on no obvious chemistry or motive. "The Lovers" was quite controversial in its day, due to a late sex scene where Moreau's expression of ecstasy suggests some intimate stimulation below. Oh, and there are a few flashes of nipple too. But it's all very tame by contemporary standards.
(ca) wrote: Why don't we get science fiction films like this anymore? This is amazing and smart storytelling.