A Soviet scientific expedition is being prepared as the world's first mission to planet Mars. Their space ship Homeland has been built at a space station, where the expedition awaits the command to start. An American ship Typhoon experiencing mechanical problems arrives at the same space station, secretly having the same plans for the conquest of the Red Planet. Trying to stay ahead of Soviets, they start without proper preparation, and soon are again in distress. The Homeland changes course to save the crew of Typhoon. They succeed, but find that their fuel reserves are now insufficient to get to Mars. So Homeland makes an emergency landing on an asteroid "Icarus" passing near Mars, on which they are stranded. After an attempt to send a fuel supply by unmanned rocket fails, another ship Meteor is sent with a cosmonaut on a possibly suicidal mission, to save the stranded cosmonauts.
Anne C (nl) wrote: I was lucky enough to see Muffin Top at a Girls Inc. benefit preview in Santa Barbara. The sold out showing was a funny, clever and quick moving romantic comedy I'd happily see again.
The Phantom C (ru) wrote: A Town Called Panic is very imaginative and has a youthful tone.
Frances H (kr) wrote: A gripping and yet very sad psychological thriller, with an excellent performance by Cillian Murphy and a very good cast. Really glad I saw this one.
Kenneth L (br) wrote: Ending Catholic clerical celibacy may work to start resolving the problem within a gemeraration or two.
Luke R (kr) wrote: 'Right at your Door' is a good (to very good) low-budget thriller, featuring a couple of commendable performances from Rory Cochrane and Mary McCormack in the lead roles. I admire a movie that sets out to engage the viewer within the first few minutes, and that's exactly what happens here. Little to no time was wasted in getting the story moving, resulting in a nice running time of only 90 minutes.For an independent film, I give 'Right at your Door' a pass mark for being original and thinking outside the square, especially in the way the movie ends. There were elements of the film I didn't like much, but these were few and far between.If you want a bit of suspense, and even a fright or two, check out 'Right at your Door'.
Tim G (it) wrote: It isn't perfect, but there are some fun, lowbrow gags in this movie that make it worth seeing if it pops up on Netflix. I found that Dan Folger's character in this movie was very Jack Black-esque, so if you like that you might like this movie. Not every joke hits, but Walken and Lopez give standout performances that make Balls of Fury enjoyable.
Amanda H (es) wrote: This starts out funny, but fizzles really quickly and becomes incredibly tedious. I did manage to sit through it and while I didn't completely hate it, the one-liners are really the only thing about it that's enjoyable. I wouldn't want to see this again.
George L (br) wrote: Just when I thought that special effects had no business in a comedy, Kung Fu Hustle came along. This movie is definitely a future classic.
Thalia C (ru) wrote: Insightful movie reflect the cultural difference and a complicated relationship.
Emily L (kr) wrote: 1 star for the creepy opening scene, otherwise it doesn't deserve any.
Luis F (gb) wrote: one day...it will be a classic portuguese movie.for now we have to wait.....
Royce B (fr) wrote: It's what you expect to see. Lots of bad guys. A few good guys that have no chance go in and blow up and kill bad guys. INcredible cast.