Rising rock star, TJ Cray, gets the shot of a lifetime, an audition with a A & R man. On the way into the city, a carload of drunks smash into his car, severing his hands. He drops out of the business and becomes a homeless drunk. Cray wakes up to a pulsing beat in an abandoned warehouse, where a "rave" party is in full action. To his rescue comes Anamika, a computer artist, who takes him outside for fresh air. They become friends and eventually reinvent TJ's career. With the help of friends, they replace his hands with prosthetics and design a metallic cyber looking suit. TJ quickly becomes an overnight sensation, known as Cyberstorm. The finale is a dramatic scenario where TJ has to make crucial decisions about his new life.
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Devon B (au) wrote: I don't agree with the message of this movie. I think everyone in this world is already way too afraid of God. Then to watch a movie like this just makes it worse. We're all going to Heaven. So what the fuck is everybody worried about?
Melissa R (fr) wrote: Three stars for Kellan Lutz's abs.
mat t (de) wrote: i have never heard of this movie
Directors C (it) wrote: This hugely emotional film is perfect. It has an absolutely beautiful atmosphere and is rich with beautiful scenery, cinematography and acting talents crossed with strong, heartwarming and absolutely cherishable emotional depth. It has some of the best child acting i've ever seen in the history of my time deeply involved in my interest of films and is a modern classic that flows smoothly with a perfect script variety of darkness, brightness, humour and scares. But most amazingly for a film of the newest generation, Duma has a classic feel to it and is not afraid to be to smart for its own good.
Ted W (ru) wrote: Why does elektra have her own movie, prequel before daredevil. Terrible movie, a rich girl who fights and is sorta a superhero but she's not. Why make this mmm o I now more fudging money. Terrible special effects too. Worse than daredevil. The movie is pretty much tomb raider but the prequel.
Kris S (fr) wrote: A nice, warm, romantic small town drama with a twist.
Monica N (fr) wrote: Let me start by saying that I liked the original 1986 "Highlander" movie, and I am a loyal fan of the TV series. Beyond that, I'm embarrassed by the franchise, and the poor quality of this movie on many levels makes me hope that no further Highlander projects will come to fruition. I would prefer that the strengths and high-points of the Highlander franchise not be overshadowed by any more weaknesses and low-points. I really wanted to like this movie, but couldn't, because it's such a stark contrast to what I liked about the TV series and the original movie.
Dennis M (kr) wrote: It was lacking in srious depth. The concept was good. A simple story with a simple ending. I gave it three stars because the characters could have been more believable. The mob could have been tougher while the assassin couls have been more sharper.
Jonathan B (kr) wrote: Following a single day in the lives of three friends who live on a sink estate in the outskirts of Paris during the mid-1990s, La Haine is a superbly made observation of urban poverty. This was a period of unrest in Paris and the movie doesn't shy away from this while never becoming too overly violent or sensationalist. Filmed in stark black and white it is a powerful and damning indictment of the way in which the system is loaded against such individuals. The there leads are all great in their respective roles and add much needed levity to the plot. They genuinely act as a group of true friends would and have a chemistry that leaps out of the screen. I was really routing for them and hoping that there would be a more upbeat and hopeful ending but that was never really going to happen. When it does happen, the end is sharp, unexpected and terribly, terribly sad.
WS W (de) wrote: Oh, how much I adored Eric Stoltz in the Generation X era.
Michael W (ag) wrote: Linda Blair is possessed again, but certainly won't be confused in any way with THE EXORCIST. Would have liked the producers to throw in a 180-degree head-turn by Blair for old-times sake.
Carla R (ru) wrote: This is a great indian love story that will have you in tears as well as laughing! It is a totally must see!!!!
Steve P (gb) wrote: time travel movies often reveal an unsolvable paradox but Time After Time swerves around that conundrum very well. Cleverly done and enjoyable.
Tehe T (mx) wrote: Known as the man with no name; it's a revenge story against the town and the people who killed him. This was a mysterious and chilling movie with twists and turn along the way. It was a great movie and the ending was perfect.
Alan D (es) wrote: Not a great movie or maybe even a good one, but I'm giving it 3 for being different than the normal Hollywood movie. Some creative action sequences, decent visual effects, and a diverse cast push this from garbage to mediocre.
Ryan K (ag) wrote: This movie hooked me from the start with the imagery as it sets the atmosphere and tone before a character recites a line. It is meant to be dark, hopeless, and fairly mundane at times which is what I appreciate. Anything grand or glitzy would've been completely out of place in this story. Great acting here highlighted by Bale & Harrelson. The ending shot reiterates what many of the working class people ask themselves when they face what Russel has faced and lost, "what now", with really no answer in sight or even a hint of an idea where to start.
Darrin C (fr) wrote: Laughable comedy about a dysfunctional police training facility that spawned several sequels of the same style.
Geoff J (ru) wrote: Will restore your faith in the horror anthology.