In February 2008, Polaroid announced that it was ceasing production of instant film. 'Time Zero' is a documentary that tells the story of the last year of Polaroid film in three acts. Act I... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Time Zero: The Last Year of Polaroid Film
Documentary covering the end of an era as Polaroid stops producing its signature cameras and film as well as The Impossible Project to keep instant photography alive.
- Stars:Ashley Lloyd, Erin Hayes, Tim Curry, Lance Henriksen, Michael Winslow, Brad Dourif, Layne Anderson, Sawyer Anderson, Dave Bias, André Bosman, Tod Brilliant, Jackie Neale Chadwick, Jennifer Craig, Marilu Del Prete, Gene Donovan, Simone Frignani, Julia Galdo, Paul Giambarba, Ingrid Giæver, David Hale, Jane Hamilton,
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Keshav G (es) wrote: True say...old is gold
Kim D (jp) wrote: The story is cute but I am pretty sure they didn't rap in the 30s lol. And what's with the letter man's jackets, 50s style dancing, and 80s style cheerleader uniforms? Great story but I struggled to pinpoint what era I was in!
Claudia F (br) wrote: Lovely. Lovely. Lovely. Surely, there is something wrong with Rotten Tomatoes to be so biased rating movies. This movie is hope, and Lovely.
James H (it) wrote: To me it was an interesting movie that never ties up the loose ends or tells you what is true or not true. It may be too slow for some, but I found it interesting.
Holly R (ru) wrote: A nice effort for Ruffalo's directorial debut - some gaping plot holes, yet still thoroughly engaging. Would like to see more work fromChristopher Thornton ("Delicious D").
Mary L (mx) wrote: Not even close to good!
Michael S (es) wrote: Actually, I do wanna see this piece of shit.
Adam A (us) wrote: Its leads chemistry and acting makes this silly chain reaction of awkwardness watchable, however it doesnt make up for the confusing and laughable plot.
Maddie K (ag) wrote: it is a really good movie
Mark P (es) wrote: stylish British gangster film. Great performances from Ben Kingsley and Ray winstone
Edward P (fr) wrote: Oh, fuck you! Really? Not one positive review? Well, here's one. Great animation. Great music. An awesome violent sci-fi fantasy erotica adventure ride with Michael Ironside as the badguy and starring the gorgeous B-movie queen Julie Strain who was the inspiration for the original F.A.K.K. 2. It is awesome comic book adventure ride that is clearly not for everyone given these pathetic scores. This movie is awesome! If you don't like it, you know what? It was meant for you in the first place.
Saul D (de) wrote: Haunting and vivid, at some moments downright creepy. Its a powerful dreamscape about the captive imagination of a young, lonely girl.
Kilo D (ag) wrote: "Brannigan" doesn't amount to much more than the piece of shit keyboard used to score this bizarre movie.
Brody H (br) wrote: The heart-warming story of a boy and his raccoon is always better in book form. Oh, and Wowser is a St. Bernard in the book.
EaMarie S (it) wrote: This movie starring Vincent Price, Vincent Price's voice-over and Vincent Price's moustache is fantastically entertaining. Vincent Price manages to deliver a great deal of utterly profound observational lines in a direct no nonsense kind of way that only Vincent Price can get away with without seeming pretentious. Apart from the ever-present Vincent Price who could easily have carried the whole film as a solo-performance we are also treated to loads fast paced action nerve thrilling bizarre special effects, some evil chinamen, a handfull of oriental beauties in bamboo cages, a few dwarfs and a most interesting score. What more could anybody want from a movie?
Travis H (jp) wrote: Great movie with strong performances from a talented cast (I am even including Kate Beckinsale, who turned in a better performance here than I expected). In other news, this film has nothing to do with South Africa or apartheid, so flixster might want to take a closer look at the synopsis they're running for it.
Colin F (de) wrote: A perfect movie. Lots of laughs, some tears. Extremely well done.