X: The Man with the X-Ray Eyes

X: The Man with the X-Ray Eyes

The story concerns Dr James Xavier, ably portrayed by Ray Milland. He has invented a serum for improving human vision. When his funding is cut he proceeds to experiment on himself -- with horrifying results. From the director who gave you Swamp Women, The Wasp Woman, and The Beast with a Million Eyes!

Dr. James Xavier is a world renowned scientist experimenting with human eyesight. He devises a drug, that when applied to the eyes, enables the user to see beyond the normal realm of our sight (ultraviolet rays etc.) it also gives the user the power to see through objects. Xavier tests this drug on himself, when his funding is cut off. As he continues to test the drug on himself, Xavier begins to see, not only through walls and clothes, but through the very fabric of reality! . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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James H (kr) wrote: The Lego Movie was the surprise that shocked almost everyone. Not many people gave this a chance but its mix of an all star cast, loveable characters and hilarious references to pop culture make this a blast. Almost all of the jokes hit and you pick up more of them on a second viewing as well. I particularly liked Good Cop/ Bad Cop, he had me belly laughing. Everyone can find enjoyment out of this film, it has heart and the song, 'every thing is awesome', is catchy and infectious.

Kevin M (fr) wrote: This is a terrible movie. There's no disputing that. I was probably more generous with my rating though just because this movie is hilariously bad. Definitely worth a watch if you have a skewed sense of humor like I do.

Stuart K (au) wrote: Based on Sebastian Faulks' 1999 novel, and brought to the screen by Australian director Gillian Armstrong (Little Women (1994) and Oscar and Lucinda (1997)). This is a low-key tale of espionage in World War 2. It's the sort of tale more suited to a Sunday Afternoon on BBC, but it does have an engaging female lead. In 1942, this has the titular Charlotte Gray (Cate Blanchett), from Scotland going down to London to work in a hospital. She makes an acquaintance with Richard Cannerley (James Fleet) who invites her to a book launch in London. Turns out Cannerley is working with the government, and they're looking for spies to be dropped into France to help with the war effort, where she'll be working as a courier under the name of Dominique for the French Resistance in the South-West of France. She gets a job as a housekeeper for secret Jew Levade (Michael Gambon), whose son Julien (Billy Crudup) is a major part of the Resistance. However, the Nazi's are closing in on the area, and Gray and Julien have to stay one step ahead to help the resistance. It's got some good moments, but there's no real fireworks so to speak of, it shows a different side to WW2, not one on the battlefield or involving soldiers or tanks. Blanchett is wonderful as always, as is Gambon. But that's it.

Jason M (br) wrote: Yup, it's just that bad...

Rachel M (de) wrote: hmmmmmm what to say........... this is the kind of documentary for those people who dont want to go pick up a book and look shit up. and for those of you who dont know what Stonewall is, it was pretty much considered to be the beginning of the gay rights movement. It happened back in the late 60's in june. that's why gay pride is always in late june.... ANYWAY, movie for those who dont want to read!

Carey Ann A (ag) wrote: I've only seen the TV version of this movie, but I doubt I'd change my rating if I saw the original version. (Was it a made-for-TV movie?) If you like movies with real heart & depictions of true feelings - not just what would look good theatrically at this moment - this is for you. If you enjoy complex love stories that aren't exactly predictable, this is definitely for you. Find an afternoon or evening when you can kick back & relax with this film. I must argue with the "81 mins" time listed. On TV, this movie is spread out over 4 hrs. with few commercials. At any rate, THIS IS A GREAT FILM!!!

Andy P (ag) wrote: Kathleen Turner's gusto performance is Serial Mom's most recommendable feature, and there are a few honest laughs here in John Waters' dark high concept comedy.

Jukka H (de) wrote: OK action until the mind-numbingly boring last 15 minutes.

Marcia L (ag) wrote: Funny, quirky, schmaltzy Peter O'Toole goodness

john c (fr) wrote: I remember seeing it when it first came out and still looking for it!

Luc L (fr) wrote: The story outline is good but the script just fell apart. A poor heist film.

Heather M (gb) wrote: This was a fun movie and it is very refreshing to see broken relationships from the guy's perspective. There was a great ending and lots of laughs along the way.

Mike S (br) wrote: I caught "The Bronze" on Starz and wasn't expecting to like it as much as I did. This is a great dark comedy and Melissa Rauch's portrayal of the fictional former Olympian, Hope Anne Greggory, is hilariously entertaining. The premise is simple enough: Hope has been resting on her laurels for the past ten years, milking her bronze win for everything it's worth...until a new potential Olympian from her hometown of Amherst OH, Maggie Townsend, threatens to overshadow Hope's success. The character of Hope is mesmerizing to watch; although her crass and cold demeanor makes her rather unlikeable at times, it's clear she has has heart somewhere in there, and the film does a great job of gradually unraveling her character. Gary Cole is perfect as Hope's father and Thomas Middleditch's character, Ben (aka Twitchy), works well as Hope's "co-pilot", often shining a light on Hope's humanity when it appears she may have lost it. Overall, I really liked this film. Although some may be turned off by Hope's vulgar dialogue and her extremely graphic gymnastic sex scene with her former flame and gold medalist, Lance Tucker (Sebastian Stan), the film has a lot of heart, and I think that offsets (and overshadows) any "offensive" material.