At a climate research station in the Alps, the scientists are stunned as the nearby melting glacier is leaking a red liquid. It quickly turns to be very special juice — with unexpected genetic effects on the local wildlife.
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Henrysmovieguide C (fr) wrote: Pretty cool, honestly. It's not really like the original TV show, but it's still a good Star Trek escapade. Fun to watch in theaters, good acting.
Bruno L (ca) wrote: Most of the scenes were the same. A group of militants invades the place where the main character was a hostage of guerilla groups. Very repetitive.
Shuug M (br) wrote: To slow going and predictable
Eno l (ca) wrote: This movie was okay but I thought it was stupid how they both won life is not always fair
Justin A (jp) wrote: I originally gave this movie two stars when it first came out, but re-watching it I'm going to bump it down to one-and-a-half. The last thirty minutes of the movie are pretty good schlock, but the first 40 to 50 minutes is just too much of the same nonsense happening over and over. The dialogue is so bad, and not in a charming b-movie way, but in a "Please shut up this is annoying" sort of way. The first half of the movie feels grinding because you just want to see EVERY character die!I knew the first time I saw this movie how it was going to end when I saw who ended up being the killer. It seems fairly predictable. It's also nice to see the "not so subtle" hints like "Manabe".The kills are actually pretty decent. The tree part is the most memorable part of the movie, and that was the only real scene (outside of the ending) I had remembered from my prior viewing. It's still pretty funny.Can I recommend this one? Eh, not really, but if you need more Sleepaway Camp in your life you can always check it out. It wasn't like it was insulting the legacy of what was already a cheap and dumb b-horror movie. By far the worst of the series though.
Scott H (it) wrote: Mark Ruffalo gives a great performance, and his character is well-written, but everyone else is a cliche with poor dialogue. Too much of the plot happens as the result of coincidences with it being so unbelievable that I found it distracting. I didn't particularly like what it ultimately does with the Ruffalo-Jennifer Garner love story, although I did find its ending cute and a redeeming quality of it.
Ketil T (au) wrote: Seen 29.09.2011. Jean Reno as we like him. A good movie with action and humor.
Shawn W (nl) wrote: A new Djinn is unwittingly released by a college student. Offers nothing new. I wish this sequel was better. Worst of the series.
Stuart K (kr) wrote: Based upon John Westermann's 1991 book, producer Joel Silver had it optioned for over a decade, but he could never find the right approach, until Steven Seagal and director Andrzej Bartkowiak (Romeo Must Die (2000) and Cradle 2 the Grave (2003)) came on board. It's a very silly action film, which was heavily touted as Seagal's big comeback, but it wasn't, which is a shame, as it does have it's moments, but even they've been seen elsewhere before. After Detroit cop Orin Boyd (Seagal) saves the Vice President of the United States (Christopher Lawford) from a militant group, he's demoted by Captain Frank Daniels (Bruce McGill) all because Boyd disobeyed orders. He's sent to the violent 15th precinct, where internal affairs officer Annette Mulcahy (Jill Hennessy) sends him to an anger management course, which he doesn't want to go to. But, he encounters drug dealer Latrell Walker (DMX) who has been hanging around with Detroit policement, including Sgt. Useldinger (Matthew G. Taylor), but it turns out Walker is a fall guy for the police and their cover-ups, so Boyd decides to put things right. It should have been a good film, but it's very derivative, and not even an over the top Tom Arnold can save the film, even the action sequences look half hearted. Poor Seagal descended into straight to video hell until Machete (2010).
Stefano C (de) wrote: La storia di Jekyll e Hyde dal punto di vista di una domestica della casa. Niente male per gli appassionati del genere
Debbie P (jp) wrote: I am a Rutger Hauer fan, and try to see as many of his films as possible. Surviving the Game was released in 1994. It's action packed, and fun.
Aaron T (kr) wrote: Another self important environmental film. Though, the addition of Robin Williams and Tim Curry makes it worth it.
Jason J (mx) wrote: Weismuller's final story as Tarzan.
Sarah S (au) wrote: Not the most thrilling plotline, but it's SO CUTE! Rita Hayworth is gorgeous and Fred Astaire's dancing is simply mezmerising.
Matt C (jp) wrote: Bob & Bing equals dynamite comedy.
Charlie G (mx) wrote: Well done war involved situation. Entertaining.
Steve S (au) wrote: Ip Man 0 : toujours de bonnes scnes de combat, mais cet opus manque un peu de pep's. Un montage in (C)gal, de surcro (R)t.