Ultraviolet

Ultraviolet

In the late 21st century, a subculture of humans have emerged who have been modified genetically by a vampire-like disease, giving them enhanced speed, incredible stamina and acute intelligence. As they are set apart from "normal" and "healthy" humans, the world is pushed to the brink of worldwide civil war aimed at the destruction of the "diseased" population. In the middle of this crossed-fire is - an infected woman - Ultraviolet, who finds herself protecting a nine-year-old boy who has been marked for death by the human government as he is believed to be a threat to humans.

In the late 21st-century, a vampiric disease modifies some people, imbuing each of them with superhuman strength, intelligence and speed. A beautiful hemophage infected with the virus has to protect a boy in a futuristic world, who is thought to be carrying antigens that would destroy all hemophages. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Xochitl G (br) wrote: like to watch this with my little sister

Ari S (fr) wrote: This film is fascinating close to a perfect film in my opinion. I love everything from the city the plethora of interesting characters and the music is simply magical. Owen Wilson was perfectly cast for this film his natural boyish curiosity with a touch of hopeless romantic paired with Adams and family's polar opposite realistic outlook makes for some interesting dialogue. This is one of those films that takes you on the journey and I was completely on board with 1920s Paris. I haven't watched a film and felt so lost in the fantasy and characters since I was a kid. A film that will endure through time for me.

Robert H (br) wrote: Trucker is a nice heartfelt story and features performances from Michelle Monaghan and Jimmy Bennett. The real strength of Trucker is the depth of emotion provided by the script and played out by the actors.

Adam F (jp) wrote: this does look like fun Rachael!

Anne L (de) wrote: As the titular Jolene, a young and yet-to-be-discovered Jessica Chastain plays a character that grows from red-headed exuberance into steely maturity. Wooed by a sequence of attractive but damaged male suitors, Jolene comes into her own personage in this refreshing and well-cast picture that captures both the bubbly hormones and harsh realities of girlhood, love, and eventual maturation.

Private U (br) wrote: Bad Bad Bad! Is it ever bad. cheesy, plotless, and down right time wasting.

Marco P (de) wrote: One of the best musical documentaries ever!

David P (kr) wrote: Very good and very bloody.

Anna Q (ca) wrote: Christian Slater as a Pirate DJ? Yeaaaah!

Blair K (it) wrote: I have always liked chevy chase and goldie hawn separately in their movies but they are great together as well. the chemistry is so natural... you really believe they were once a couple that drove each other crazy haha. Charles grodin is perfectly cast as her uptight new husband that is thrown into circumstances suddenly... and honestly who plays uptight better than Charles grodin. this movie might not be as big a movie as the individual stars other movies but still highly likable and funny. yes there are stereotypes with the native American guys that goldie hawn is representating as a district attorney and also her black chauffer etc so be prepared. that part of the story got irritating. anyway even with its flaws I couldn't help but like it :)

Andrew G (ag) wrote: The lingering paranoia, witty writing, tight direction, and excellent performances make Bug an engrossing experience from beginning to end.

Blake P (gb) wrote: "Chasing Amy" witnesses the conceptions and fadings of friendships and intimate relationships with a casual eloquence that seems wise in retrospect. The fourth film of '90s wunderkind Kevin Smith, it is a romantic comedy of the "Good Will Hunting" camp, offhandedly naturalistic and likable, but also cogently perceptive when it comes to the stakes of youthful romance. It's a weeper for the cool kids, to be compared to "Before Sunrise" if it were slightly more saccharine. In "Chasing Amy," we're introduced to twenty-somethings Holden (Ben Affleck) and Banky (Jason Lee), best friends who have achieved quasi-fame through an artistic partnership that has resulted in comic book series "Bluntman and Chronic." Roommates who watch each other's backs with the dedication of lovers, Banky grows concerned when dream girl Alyssa Jones (Joey Lauren Adams) appears out of nowhere, ready to steal Holden's heart. A fellow graphic artist, she drinks like one of the boys and has the wit to keep up in any feigned repartee; blond and baby-voiced, it doesn't take long for her to become an object of affection, viewers as smitten with her as Holden is. Unbeknownst to him, though, Alyssa is a lesbian who doesn't plan on playing for the other team any time soon. The shock of this revelation sends a jolt down the spine of the impressionable Holden, but that doesn't stop him from making the mistake of falling in love with her - he's in for a world of hurt. And yet passion, it seems, is not something that can be instantaneously halted. "Chasing Amy" surprises in that it does eventually depict a romantic relationship between Holden and Alyssa, but it goes further in the way that it explores the problems that arise because of it; Alyssa is ostracized by her circle of friends, Banky becomes a torrent of eccentric fury, and Holden grows infatuated with Alyssa's past, which might not be as female oriented as he might have earlier thought. The film is an entertaining exploration of modern romance, funny in its schoolboy sex talk one minute and oddly prudent the next. Like anything Altman or Tarantino, it is the kind of movie that finds most of its appeal through its dialogue, which Smith, fortunately, writes with such humorous insight that realism, for once, feels better, warmer, than a trading of Sorkinish zingers. Smith's young cast has a lot to do with "Chasing Amy's" breezy amiability, too - Affleck, goateed and as piercing as he is delicate, is a male lead of rare emotion; Lee, abrasive and caring, is efficiently angsty, and Dwight Ewell, as Holden and Banky's gay friend who hides his sexuality by acting as a Black Power stereotype in public, provides the film with some of its most hearty laughs. Jason Mewes and Smith show up for a scene as indie favorites Jay and Silent Bob to explain the meaning of the movie's title. But "Chasing Amy" revolves around Adams like an artist obsesses over their muse, in love with the way she looks and talks and thinks and acts. We're as mad about her as Holden is. Smith has a way with words and a way with selling a modern love story: "Chasing Amy" is one of the best romantic comedies of the 1990s. Just don't expect to find any mainstream mawkishness in its two-hours of verismo.

John R (jp) wrote: 161205: This time around my son (11) laughed a lot more than me. He's a gamer and seems to really appreciate this film. Strange though as most of these games pre-date him by twenty years. Simply a fun film.