Four episodes where the end of the world comes as the different ways of understanding cinema directors: with humor, or action, from the thriller, drama or romance. So, join a psychopathic murderer faced with the need to complete their master plan, a fierce battle for gaining access to alleged bunkers offering salvation hopeless romantics an invasion of desperate hunt for the love of his life and a pregnant about to give birth to the last baby on the planet.
Writer:Javier Botet (first segment), Miguel Esteban (opening sequence), Javier Fesser (opening and ending sequences), David Galán Galindo, Eduardo García Eyo
Four episodes where the end of the world comes as the different ways of understanding cinema directors: with humor, or action, from the thriller, drama or romance. So, join a psychopathic murderer faced with the need to complete their master plan, a fierce battle for gaining access to alleged bunkers offering salvation hopeless romantics an invasion of desperate hunt for the love of his life and a pregnant about to give birth to the last baby on the planet. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Anthony K (es) wrote: Day 35: Big Money Rustlas. The second of two (yes, two) movies starring the d-bags from ICP, I found most of this anachronistic Western spoof to be unwatchable - until I realized it was supposed to be unwatchable. Then I thoroughly enjoyed myself for the rest of the film.
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Vaibhav W (ag) wrote: Farmers, gangsters, traps, angels come together in this eccentric, slapstick Serbian film whose only motive is to entertain
Francisco L (au) wrote: Boring film for the childreen only some kids thinks that this film is funny, boring cast and not very creative.
Eshaan L (fr) wrote: One of cute loveliest movie ever !!!
Jonathan C (us) wrote: So I was reading an article about the Best Films of 1999 recently and Notting Hill was mentioned and I realized that not only haven't see. It, but never really thought much about it in many years. But for some reason these Richard Curtis produced movies all chip away at my film cynicism completely and I adore all of them I've seen.
Eugene B (it) wrote: Clearly a catastrophe as a sequel and overall film. Mortal Kombat: Annihilation is forgettable, inconsistent and filled with mediocrity that's insulting to the famed-fighting-game that it's inspired by. 2/5
Alexander Z (mx) wrote: Shaq's charismatic, but wow. Just wow.
Camille L (fr) wrote: Punchline n'est rien de plus qu'une sympathique comdie dramatique sur le monde mconnu des comdiens de stand-up qui jouent leurs routines dans des bouges pourris. David Seltzer a l'intelligence de ne pas trop appuyer sur l'embryon de romance entre Tom Hanks et Sally Field (comme d'habitude excellente) et de se concentrer plutt sur la vie de famille de cette dernire, avec l'impeccable John Goodman en second rle. Pas souvent drle mais assez touchant, Punchline est quand mme un film qui manque cruellement d'ambition et qui dure au moins 20 minutes de plus qu'il ne le devrait, ce qui le fait tirer en longueur dans le dernier acte, convenu.
Sunil J (es) wrote: I loved the Britcom but the movie is a bunch of jokes from the show and I never realized how much the laugh track helped the show.
Pamela M (fr) wrote: Get dialogue! Love it!
Eric H (kr) wrote: A predictable fantasy as character after character is killed in a series of uninspired set pieces and the final battle with the Beast is so badly done you feel robbed. Plus if you are a galactic conqueror wouldn't you spend the extra cash and get your henchmen guns that fire more than one shot before they have to be flipped and turned into traditional bladed weapons? The appeal of this movie however is purely in its nostalgia factor. I watched this as a young boy and loved it even if I knew it wasn't the greatest movie my Dad had sat me down in front of. I watch this movie now to take me back to those days when life was simpler and Lysette Anthony was everything I wanted in a woman.
Gabriel D (fr) wrote: You know you're in trouble when Mr. Krabs plays the villain.