Three soldiers get trapped in an elevator when terrorists set off a dirty bomb. But when one escapes, her world turns upside down as she realizes nothing is what it seems. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Jonathan A (us) wrote: I hate the idea of a zombie falling in love with a girl and growing a heart, especially when it comes from eating the brains of her dead boyfriend (which was really disturbing). I hate this movie.
Ethan P (ag) wrote: A ferociously filmed and blood pumping apocalyptic adventure, Stakeland has strong, desperate characters and raging, feral monsters that are much more intimidating than the wandering zombies in most films.
Dave M (mx) wrote: Did the wasps even kill anyone in this movie or just inexplicably turn them into zombies.Soooo disappointing. How can you screw up killer wasps?
Curtis S (mx) wrote: I was surprised many times by Lo-by the style, by the story, by the humor, by the clever mixing of genres, even by the music. But most of all by how much I grew to really like this movie as it unfolded. It has a bizarre charm that endeared itself to me much like how the bizarre April endears herself to the main character, Justin. And like April, it has a much bigger heart than you would expect.
Michael H (us) wrote: Quite funny at ocasitonal spots and a touching movie.
Konrad A (ca) wrote: This movie impressed me it was a funny movie and mr sir was funny and warden was sarcastic that made it hilarious to watch. Mr. Sir was also hilarious and sarcastic The graphics to this movie are very good. The music was cool this is a funny movie to see!
Daniel G (kr) wrote: Little cute film about Hungarian village life. With no particular story to tell and lacking dialogue, it relies in its powerful rural beautiful images of peasants and nature. Its main objective seems to be taking us closer to nature and a slower pace of life contrasted with the present but ignored technological advances which touch the village from time to time but fail to change it in any visible way. Lovely way to get immersed in a foreign culture departing from pure documentary form.
Matthew S (gb) wrote: Overtly offensive and neon-drenched satire from Ken Russell may be accused of a number of offenses, but it is hard to imagine anyone finding it dull. Anthony Perkins camps it up and Kathleen Turner's fearless (and graphic) portrayal both manage to match pitch-perfect speed with Russell's insane movie. Be warned: Not for all tastes. In fact, there is nothing tasteful about this odd film.
Rachel D (de) wrote: It's a movie that you really want to know what's going to happen next throughout the whole movie. I like the airplane crash into the cars waiting to move.
WS W (kr) wrote: Not particularly thrilling.
David L (kr) wrote: This movie is a missed opportunity, and its a shame. In the post-Bosnian/Serbian conflict, some 20 years later the horror of the war remains and aid workers from Aid Across Borders have to fight against UN workers who aren't worth a damn in a war-torn country, locals who take this crisis of a dead man in a well to charge others for water...etc. Its an honorable effort, but the director ruined it with raucous punk rock songs (Marilyn Manson covering Sweet dreams?!), silly romantic episodes between the aid workers, and Tim Robbin's not-too-funny jokes. Choice cut: Lou Reed's end score of "There is no time", and Marlene Dietrich's "Where have all the flowers gone".