Beyond the Rising Moon
An alien spaceship is being sought by various factions on Earth. A female cyborg and a rogue trader team up to stop evil forces from taking over the ship.
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Erin C (fr) wrote: I would've liked this so much more without the lead actress - very annoying.
Tone B (mx) wrote: ABYSMAL: AN EPIC FAIL & A COMPLTETE WASTE OF TIMEYou will regret any effort expended in watching this film. It is the film equivalent of stepping in freshly deposited canine excrement...Highly Regrettable, especially more so because the first venture was highly commendable.You have been warned!
Josh A (mx) wrote: Not quite as funny or as unexpected as the original (not that it really could be), but it serves as a decent continuation of the story, and, more importantly, it maintains the tone set by the first one; It is once again fun and ludicrously gory, and it's still evident that Green is a fan of old school campy horror, as plenty of those elements make their way into the movie.
Lilia A (au) wrote: I've heard so many raving reviews about Silver Linings Playbook and really wanted to like it...but I couldn't.This movie is predictable, plain and simple. You know what is going to happen next because it follows an A-B-C outline. There are no surprises, and you feel no emotion as a viewer.That being said, acting was great (obviously) and the movie did a great job representing mental illnesses.But I wouldn't recommend this movie to anyone and I would never watch it again.
Stuart K (de) wrote: Directed by John Singleton, who had got his career off to a very strong start with Boyz n the Hood (1991) and Poetic Justice (1993). Here, Singleton took on University life after developing the idea with Jonathan Demme, but it would be a tough production, with cast members being considered and replaced during the production and a lot of scenes ending up on the cutting room floor. But the final result is a powerful and dark look at higher education. At Columbus University, new students have enrolled including Malik Williams (Omar Epps), Kristen Connor (Kristy Swanson) and Remy (Michael Rapaport). Malik is black, and people treat him coldly, Kristen becomes friends with Monet (Regina King), who goes to parties hosted by Fudge (Ice Cube), whose loud music upsets Remy. But after an incident where lesbian student Taryn (Jennifer Connelly) is raped by frat boy Billy (Jay R. Ferguson), tensions rise. Remy then gets involved with Scott Moss (Cole Hauser), who is in with a group of Neo-Nazi's, who plan to have their moment against the black students studying at Columbus. It's a film which shows the growing pains of university life, Singleton gets the best out of the cast he ended up with, and it manages to be gripping and emotionally shattering, not shying away from the pains and tragedies that goes on at the University. It spoke to a generation, it still does.
Joseph H (kr) wrote: awesome movie, I can't believe not too many people can mention the movie.weird and creepy,but good.
Stuart K (br) wrote: This film was a bit tricky to review, mainly because it was a staple film of my childhood. I grew up watching, memorising and repeating this film to friends and family over and over. It's a testament of the films quality, namely because it was largely unheard of in the shadow of Animal House. So lets pull no punches on this one.King Frat is a great film.Now, when I say great, it isn't amazing. It isn't on the echelon of Avatar or Sin City or any film that has a rucksack full of golden baldie trophies. What is is, pure and simple, is a comedy set in a frat house (ala the name) and it contains some of the most desperate toilet humour known to man. So much so, I believe the film was banned in some countries at one point. But I digress, what makes King Frat so funny and hilarious and quotable is the antics of the characters. Any grown men who enjoy going to Chinese kitchens and puking in the soup, or participating in National Fart Contests, or even throwing spaghetti at the wall to see if its cooked ("thats ready") can obviously only be found in a frat house. It's the way they go about it that is so funny. After a while the film becomes dependant on this one trick pony, but for all its worth, boy does it wring it. I would have rated this film higher if by the hour mark the film takes a weird turn down serious/weird territory. True the gags are hilarious, but they start to wane once they leave the comfort of the frat house. Once a guy dressed as a Gorilla gets his penis stuck in a topless cheerleader due to a bumpy ambulance ride (I shit you not) you wonder how the film can possibly become more absurd. That's just it, it cannot and the final third droops like the proverbial penis because of it.So a great film, but mainly in the aura of quotable gags and one liners. If you don't come away from this film with at least one line to repeat to your friends ("here's your rations Chief") then you haven't got the jist of the film itself. If this isn't your cup of tea, then Animal House may be safer territory... but trust me, this has to be seen to be believed.
Brian K (it) wrote: a beautiful melodramatic love story, but a very different type of a love story, not one of a man and a woman but a story of mother and son. olivia de havilland gives the most beautiful performance of her career,she is so moving as a woman who has to be in the shadows of her only son's life
Craig M (nl) wrote: Great beginning to an outstanding set of movies
Matthew L (ru) wrote: Another addition to the 'found footage' genre, stands out purely for being British in origin and some surprisingly good effects, other than that it's really a take it or leave film.