Behemoth

Behemoth

Scientists discover a giant creature under the Earth that is wrapped around the entire planet. When the creature wakes all grumpy, it causes worldwide destruction.

A group of scientists research into the kind of volcanic activity. They uncover out of the blue the dangerous monster is under the Earth wakes up and destroys the world of human. Will they find the way to fight against the deadly creature? . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Amanda W (es) wrote: Different/Not Bad/Good/ Kinda Liked.

Kate B (gb) wrote: Interesting, but not gripping.

Salim F (ag) wrote: A turgid and plodding melodrama, loosely based in a misremembered past.

Sara B (ca) wrote: I don't think Don Cheadle did a bad performance, I just think I expected something more from this film. Also did not like the kinda slow pace of the film.

Martin P (au) wrote: Entertaining festive fare, showing Robin Williams in one of his last films. There is a dedication right at the end of the film.

Frankie S (gb) wrote: Super depressing movie! Makes you want to jump off a bridge at the first sign of getting old!

Angelica N (br) wrote: haha, this one made me think of Joey from friends. "she's been dead for ten years". Don't watch it.

Ryan L (ca) wrote: Largely due to my love of tennis, I found this to be quite enjoyable despite the cheesy storyline. 'Wimbledon' definitely goes on my list of guilty pleasures.

Bradley N (nl) wrote: The Worst of The Animated Series tie in movies but there's some fun to be had here.

Michael W (kr) wrote: Nasty leprechaun emerges in Los Angeles to claim his bride. Davis is up to the task with more limericks but the lead actors are a hindrance. Released to Irish audiences under the clever title One Wedding And Lots of Funerals. Possibly the worst entry of the series but still on par with most of its genre's counterparts.

Ethan W (de) wrote: Like the original and the first sequel, this movie fails to be funny and is a huge let down given the source material. Also, using the fourth book for the third movie was a bad idea, it's clear that they had no intention of going anywhere with this series, it was just a cash in on the latest trend.

Kurt E (kr) wrote: All these years later and it is still ahead of its time.

Edmund C (nl) wrote: There is a high amount of musical talent put on show here, namely Kathryn Grayson's amazingggg soprano, and Jos Iturbi performing Liszt's 'Hungarian Rhapsody No.2' with 2 dozen other young pianists! (One of my favourite piano songs). I'm quite sure they didn't use computer effects at that time, hence it's all raw and real, and a talent-dense scene! A cool surprise was seeing Gene Kelly sharing a scene with animated characters, and considering it was only 1945 then, the scene was splendid!

Nadjaa J (kr) wrote: best movie ever???????????????????????????