Just what will motoring be like in a post apocalyptic world that's been blown to bits by nuclear bombs or a massive comet? It's a burning question that's on literally nobody's mind, and we give you all the answers in this brand new, incredibly cheerful Top Gear DVD. Embarking on a terrifying journey into the future, we show you how to drive to work in the perpetual darkness of a Nuclear Winter, how to make motor sport exciting when there's only two racing drivers left alive, and, in a world where all cars are bristling with weapons, how to survive the savage, explosive fury of a Doomsday M.O.T test. And amongst all the nuclear carnage, we also tackle the ultimate petrolhead's dilemma - what cars would you take for a final drive if there was only one barrel of petrol left on the planet? The explosions are huge, the cars are superb, so relax and enjoy. PS. This frightening vision of a post nuclear world is backed up by top scientists, in case you think it's us just cocking about.
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Randall S (es) wrote: Not quite as good as 'Beginners', but a fine film nonetheless. Coming of age story for a young boy learning what it takes to be in a woman's shoes. Also about a single mom's journey in helping raise her son to be a good man. Worth seeing.
Brian C (nl) wrote: For the most part, Blair Witch is a great sequel to The Blair Witch Project. The suspense is really good, and some of the reveals are well done, but in the end the Blair Witch appears to be an alien causing everyone to time travel. Or something.James and friends go into the forest of Burkittsville to find his sister. For some reason he believes that after 20 years of going missing, she must be alive and well in the forest still. That premise is very week, but at least there is motivation to be in the forest. The characters are pretty good overall and the forest itself was a great setting.The time travel element explains a lot of things that happened in the original movie and Book of Shadows; which was ok (if not lazy). But the witch being an alien was just bad.
Alan B (kr) wrote: This movie was great. The message is to not let life's setbacks keep you from achieving your goals "keep moving forward". We learn more at times from failure than success, this movie wants people to remember that. There is a message about what is family and what is important to people, how to obtain a sense of self. This movie is under rated and is worth watching. I think in many ways Disney was trying to inspire future innovators. It is great stuff and may be chaotic, but it adds to its charm. For a fun time and inspiring romp into the future watch this movie. Time travelers and inventors will enjoy this movie
Sandra J (mx) wrote: laughter is guaranteed. torkel petersson is fantastic!
Josie P (gb) wrote: if anyone can share this from their flickster i'd appreciate it:)
Sarah Y (us) wrote: The best part of this film is the flashback sequence involving the clown, which if you can get into it, you have all the tools you need to getting at the heart this film. This film is a good, easy to digest piece from Bergman's canon of work. It's probably no one's favorite of all his films but it definitely opens the doors to the topics and concerns of the director. It introduces audiences to the actors frequently seen in future films and productions, most notably Harriet Andersson.
Linda H (kr) wrote: The first part of the movie was promising, and Olivier is always worth watching. Noel Coward was disgustingly perfect as the landlord; but the last 30 minutes or so was SO ridiculous that I had to laugh a couple of times. Perhaps it's just dated ....
Jordon J (kr) wrote: A loud, ugly and terrible movie that doesn't skillfully juggle its various elements; it throws them violently at your face and calls it edge. I say SKIP IT!!!
Matthew C (br) wrote: The criminal underworld elements that eventually take over the second half of the story are mostly uninspired and predictable, but the simple, overall plot of two bros posing as cops provides some surprisingly gut-bustingly funny moments. Most of this film's success is undoubtedly due to the talents of the two very likable leads (Damon Wayans Jr. and Jake M. Johnson) who make the mostly standard, R-rated comedy bits land in a much bigger way than they normally would have. Far from gold, the film is a real surprise to be sure.
Mane J (ru) wrote: It appears the fairly low rating on the Tomatometer is due to people's expectations. Unbreakable is a masterpiece and is the best comic-book movie ever made. Pure genius.
David M (gb) wrote: A seriously impressive, creepy & fun fantasy-creature-feature. Another above average film that has gone completely unnoticed by most. A solid horror flick, that'll give anyone with a baby at home nightmares. I love how they've combined my fave genre 'horror at home' with ancient demonic woodland creatures and primarily used practical effects.
Tor S (nl) wrote: Monty Python springs to mind on more than one occasion during the course of this bizarre flick, be it intentionally or not. Either way, this near-turkey is funny, somewhat disturbing at times, and very easy to like.