There is another side to London that remains unknown to the tourists, that emerges only at night, that comes alive in aging terraced houses and sprawling estates. It is a world of pills of dubious origin swallowed hurriedly and hopefully, of music with a thumping beat that you'll still hear when you wake up the morning after, of Rizla papers bought from an all-night garage, of bottles of mineral water shared as love tokens, of greasy kebabs eaten when the taste-buds have long since numbed, of sunrises viewed through stinging eyes. It is close to heaven, but it is very close to hell. For Rat, a fifteen year-old drug dealer, it is the only world he knows. Over one night Rat's world turns upside down as he finds himself on the run from older, far more serious criminals. We follow Rat as he looks for shelter with those he thinks he can trust. As each door closes on him, the likelihood of ever seeing the light of day again grows smaller.
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Martin P (fr) wrote: Bit odd mix match of characters set the scene for the inevitable gun battle in the end.
Josh S (kr) wrote: It wasn't much to do with spiders until at the end with giant alien spider with a shell like steel. Good summary of how good the movie was. Even the bit with half a flying caterpillar.
daren y (es) wrote: love this movie toolove Glynnis O'conner and Robbie benson
Allan C (nl) wrote: Roger Corman's final Edgar Allan Poe film, adapted here by the great Robert Towne. Vincent Price plays a man obsessed with his dead wife and is convinced she is not dead, even after he remarries. It's not a campy Poe film, like "The Raven," but a more serious one like "Fall of the House of Usher." Good stuff if this type of film is your cup of tea.
Orlok W (ag) wrote: Monster-movie classic with some unforgettable scenes--The Strange Case of Dr. Suzuki and Mr. Stanford!!
Muffin M (fr) wrote: Shortly after learning their unit will soon return home, four American soldiers are sent on one final humanitarian mission to bring medical supplies to a remote Iraqi village. The unit is ambushed and takes heavy losses. The surviving troops suffer both physical and psychological injuries. Now, as they return to the United States, four soldiers must face memories of the past as they look towards the future and return to civilian life. stars Jessica Biel, Samuel L. Jackson, Brian Presley, 50 Cent, Christina Ricci and Chad Michael Murray. directed by Irwin Winkler.
Steve D (ru) wrote: Forgettable war movie. good but not something you will think about later
Eric H (nl) wrote: This film is a great, poetic, inspiring mystery ride. I dare to say that it is the visually best film I've seen from that era.The slow, unique pace and the repeating structure of its main musical motif, Erik Satie's theme 'Gymnop (C)die', intensify the suggestive effect of the immensely beautifully captured images in a magnificent montage and unfolds one of the great philosophical questions of the 20th century: the unsolvable contradiction between transience of human life and the eternity of the universe. The story is hard to access, because Peixoto almost always works with flashbacks and rare title links, so we have to solve the puzzle for our own. Nevertheless, it's the imagery that is so fascinating, full of suicidal feelings, desperateness, tristesse and wonderfully compositions of nature - trees, foggy landscapes, waves. An unparalleled cinematic experience I will not forget and of course highly recommended.
Hillary M (gb) wrote: I liked it despite the fact Madonna is in it... I hate her.
Ed C (kr) wrote: One line summary: A good Tony Stark story, told anime style.---------------------- This is an anime version of an Ironman story, late teen/adult style. Tony Stark is about to launch a surveillance satellite. Someone does not like this. They set about to blow up Tony's properties near the launch, and draw him into a one on one fight. Further, they kill his long-time friend and ally, Rhodes, and many people near the launch. Fury sends Black Widow to fetch Ironman. They have a chat, then Fury tells him he is in custody. Ironman decides to leave. Fury sends a lot of people after him. Ironman evades most of them, but Black Widow gives him a harder time before he disables her plane. The bad guys in this film are a small group who think of technology as a set of false idols, and particularly blame those who create more technology. So Ironman is high on their list, and his satellite is a prime target. Tony meets with Pepper to get intelligence. SHIELD surrounds the place, but Tony escapes. He finds a lead in Pakistan, and meets up with Punisher. They zero on Ezekial Stane. SHIELD catches up, and Hawkeye screws Tony's suit with his arrows. Punisher helps him get away, with Black Widow and Hawkeye in pursuit. Ironman follows Stane's efforts to China. He discovers more about the powerful weapons that Stane has, namely the technovores, which invade high tech gadgets and take them over. Does Ironman find the ultimate goals of the enemy behind all this? If so, will he stop that goal from being accomplished? Will Tony make nice with SHIELD and Pepper?-----Scores----- Art/Animation: 8/10 Good by anime standards, but occasionally had the washed out look. Sound: 7/10 The lip synching was not the best. The music's sound level was way off. Most of the time the voice actors' words were clear enough. Voice/Acting: 7/10 I liked the performances of Norman Reedus, Matthew Mercer, Kate Higgins, and Clare Grant. The work of Eric Bauza and John Eric Bentley I did not care for so much. Story: 8/10 Rather nice. Had transitions beginning to middle to end that were reasonable to follow. Has some pleasant surprises toward the end.
Tristan P (it) wrote: I don't have much to say about this horrible film that other reviewers haven't said already: the killer's voice is funny, the kills are crappy, etc. Just know that of the 2300 or so horror flicks I've seen, this is one of the 10 worst.