The film is set over the course of a New Year's Eve night in the Croatian port city of Split, where it follows three parallel plots. The first plot line features a small-time drug dealer Nike (Marinko Prga) and a young widow Marija (Nives Ivankovic); the second plot line deals with a drug addict called Maja (Marija Skaricic) who decides to have sex with an US Navy sailor called Franky (Coolio) in exchange for some heroin; the third one shows a young couple, Luka and Andela (Vicko Bilandzic and Ivana Roscic) who spend the night desperately looking for a place to celebrate the New Year by having their first sexual experience. The plots are connected through Dino Dvornik's concert, where all of them pass through at some point, and through the omnipresent fireworks that dot the night sky over the course of the film.
During last two hours of the year, the three stories are happening in the dark and deserted streets of coastal town of Split, separated from the wild New Year's Eve parties. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Mark A (mx) wrote: Though it has a nicely old-fashioned horror movie vibe to it, The Innkeepers is too obvious and meandering to hold viewers' attention for long, and its ending is glaringly preposterous
Joules L (fr) wrote: stick to cutting your toe nails for the night. its just a load of pants really that doesn't go anywhere.
Private U (mx) wrote: officially the best movie ever, no doubt.
Janelle W (jp) wrote: It's a very cute movie
Tim S (it) wrote: Police Academy 2: Their First Assignment was a bit of a letdown for fans of the first film. The most obvious reason would be that it went a bit softer with its content, as opposed to the R-rated first film. This one still has a couple of pairs of bare breasts, but it's much lighter on the raunch and more about the slapstick. It's also disappointing because of the lack G.W. Bailey, being replaced with another villain, or villain of sorts. For the most part, the rest of the main cast returns from the first film, but it also includes newcomer Bobcat Goldthwait, who was a breakout star and appeared in the next couple of movies. The main problem though is that the story isn't as interesting as it was the first time around. So all in all, it's not quite the classic that the first film is. Not that any of the films in the series are landmarks, but the first has the most appeal overall.
Selena L (us) wrote: I was so young when I first saw this, but I thought it was an amazing movie.
John W (es) wrote: Looks great, filmed very well for a run of the mill horror flick. But that's all it is. As for the reveal, the movie really falls flat.
Ken S (jp) wrote: "Night on Earth" is another anthology film from Jim Jarmusch, much like "Mystery Train" before it, and the collection of shorts that eventually became "Coffee & Cigarettes". For what its worth this film is great, featuring five stories about nighttime taxi drivers in five different cities throughout the planet...and surprisingly all five stories are good, such a rarity for an anthology film. The film hits all of it's notes perfectly, whether they are funny or sad. Quite good.
Harley P (mx) wrote: Typical Ryan Reynolds being a weirdo