Featuring an exceptional cast of comedic talent including legendary action hero Jean-Claude Van Damme (The Expendables 2), Adam Brody (“Burning Love,” “The O.C.”), Megan Boone (“The Blacklist”), Kristen Schaal (“30 Rock,” “Bob’s Burgers”), Rob Huebel (The Descendants, “Children’s Hospital”), and Dennis Haysbert (“24,” “The Unit,” Major League), the laugh-out-loud comedy follows a group of unsuspecting office workers who find themselves stranded on a desert island when a corporate retreat led by unhinged former Marine Storm Rothchild (Van Damme) goes horribly wrong. Now Chris (Brody) and his co-workers must battle nature -- and each other -- to survive! . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Supes S (jp) wrote: David Fincher brought us a great movie with a really dark theme, with great performances by Ben Affleck and Rosamund Pike
Gerardo M (kr) wrote: Nothing but a typical romantic comedy, however it has some good jokes and it's not boring.
Danny R (es) wrote: Based on actual events this a riveting, exhaustive, intelligent and finely detailed examination of the infamous case of the Zodiac killer, who is one of the most notorious serial murderers in U.S. history, he terrorized the San Francisco Bay area in the late 1960s and early 1970s, painstakingly recreated and meticulously directed by David Fincher. It focuses more on the massive police manhunt then the crimes themselves and shows how this frustrating case totally consumed the lives of reporters and detectives alike, especially Robert Graysmith a cartoonist for the San Francisco Chronicle, superbly played by Jake Gyllenhaal in a compelling performance, he has become so completely obsessed with trying to solve this baffling case, that it has ruin his family life, and the egomaniac alcoholic, drug abusing star reporter Paul Avery, who also is self-destructing because of this case's hold on him, he is played by Robert Downey Jr. in a impressive performance, the Zodiac killer has sent a series of taunting, cryptic letters to their newspaper. The film also follows closely the two investigative detectives David Toschi and William Armstrong in their efforts to bring down this mad killer, they are played by Mark Ruffalo and Anthony Edwards who both deliver outstanding and realistic performances, and John Carroll Lynch gives a truly chilling performance as Arthur Leigh Allen the chief suspect in the Zodiac murders. The cinematography by Harris Savides is breathtaking, and David Shire's score is beautifully haunting. A phenomenal film-work by the extremely talented David Fincher. Highly Recommended.
David W (au) wrote: Great cartoon and is sure to entertain non-fans or Fanboys alike.
Mark B (mx) wrote: Anybody else have short term memory loss?
Brandon S (fr) wrote: It isn't as focused as its predecessor, but it is certainly an exciting and fun family film.
Jonathan L (it) wrote: an uncensored, unabashed, unbelievable journey through the male ego
Luigi C (ru) wrote: A film that tells nothing. You might enjoy it, but as soon as you see the closing credits you have already forgotten what it was about.
Anthony K (nl) wrote: An absolutely absurd male testosterone fantasy, but still remains a helluva lot of fun to watch. It may sport the same machismo-philosophy 101 of Fight Club (9 years later), but I give Point Break a lot more respect for its bold direction (those plane jumping scenes...) and electrifying stunt work (AGAIN, those plane jumping scenes!)
M S (ag) wrote: ok, nothing to get too excited about. chow yun fat is charming as far as prison guys go. not my cup of tea.
Nicholas G (kr) wrote: all time favorite movie
geoff d (de) wrote: i was an innocent young man till i saw this film ,it opened my eyes to corruption to a world that as not changed ,if cromwell was around now he would clear the rabble we have in parliment now ,he was a true englishman who cared for england and god rather than himself ,i know he did some bad things a lot of them can be explained and have been
Nancy O (fr) wrote: A thoroughly entertaining tale of business and romance carried on the charming back and forth of it's two leads. It's fascinating how issues in regards to technology raised in a film almost fifty years old can still feel current so many years later (although computers have obviously come a long way).
Nigel W (es) wrote: Just a silly funny film that does exactly what it says on the tin. A film about Zombies attacking the East End. Alan Ford is the real star reprising his usual role cockney gangster role (to perfection)
Kyle M (ru) wrote: awesome movie, bloody
Robert I (de) wrote: What can be said about this film? ... It's not good. It's pretty boring. But it does have an impressive cast just before they made it big. Honestly, Mel Brooks produced a Roger Corman film. I wish the end result was funnier in its badness.
Javier F (us) wrote: Otra principalmente interesante pero finalmente fallida pelcula genrica de accin ms.
Private U (es) wrote: Just being born at the wrong time is the difference between life and death. This is very touching and distinctly Aussie view of a love story.