Blood Suckers from Outer Space
Farmers in Texas become brainwashed bloodsuckers.
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Carlos M (it) wrote: Overlong and a tad overbaked, this Greek period drama has an alarming tendency to exposition and cheesiness - especially with those pseudo-poetic lines uttered now and again by the characters -, but the beautiful cinematography and strong performances compensate.
Pete G (nl) wrote: A fabulous film despite the sub titles
Daniel P (gb) wrote: Army of Crime is a deceptively complex film detailing the true story of a resistance against the Nazi's in France, made up of many different nationalities and ethnicities. It's a still shocking moment in history that is little known about (at least in the UK), and there are many genuinely jolting and moving sequences in this superbly directed, edited and acted film. What sets this apart from similar cinematic explorations, such as Flame and Citron, is the depth explored, particularly with regard to whether vengeance/targeted assignations is an appropriate response, and the layered characterisation. Missak Manouchian and Thomas Elek's journies' are especially fascinating, given vitality and believability by the remarkable performances from Simon Abkarian and Grgoire Leprince-Ringuet respectively. A wonderfully sad but immersive film.
Violaine B (mx) wrote: Beautiful scenery, but such a depressing story. Susan Sarandon was great. Gabriel Byrn - no so much. Not enough emphasis on SS character's family (like any man would allow someone who's in love with his wife to stay with them).
Martin N (jp) wrote: You really need to know this!
Jon H (mx) wrote: Rashomon for the 21st Century? Stay Tuned!
Vincent T (br) wrote: Bon film d'action de qualite signe Richard Donner avec un Banderas jeune completement dejante et un Stallone en pleine forme.
Marianela A (es) wrote: heavy. cmica. violenta. bizarra. :)
Muffin M (us) wrote: Laos 1969: During the Vietnam War the CIA are running a private airline called 'Air America', which engages the services of mercenaries to run contraband in and out of the country. Billy Covington (Robert Downey Jr.) joins Air America when he loses his job as a Helicopter Traffic reporter after getting into an altercation with a commuter. Billy soon discovers that Air America is no ordinary airline when he is introduced to his mentor Gene Ryack (Mel Gibson) and is forced to follow him on his weird and illegal adventures. also stars Nancy Travis, Lane Smith, Ken Jenkins, David Marshall Grant, Art La Fleur, Ned Eisenberg and Marshall Bell. directed by Roger Spottiswoode
J K (ag) wrote: Um, wait a second...Santa Claus and the Devil????? Santa needs help from Merlin the Magician????? What kind of a retarded mess is this?
Senor C (ru) wrote: If anything comes from It Came From Hollywood is that it is a reminder to me that I just don't watch enough 3rd & 4th rate movies. There are a lot featured here that I still haven't checked out. Crap cinema that is good to crack wise @ & enjoy a few brews & even in the case of Cheech & Chong smoking a joint. Although it doesn't really hold together as a feature it is a nice predecessor to MST3K where these bad movies are fun to take the piss out of. It's sorta like The Not Ready For Prime Time Players Go to the Movies. Gilda Radner & Cheech & Chong have the best bits as they rib certain genres of this smaltz...Get a buzz on & enjoy Hollywood's 'golden years'
Wes S (fr) wrote: It starts off kind of interesting, but then it gets confusing and slow. There are some fun sci-fi moments in it, and some campy effects. There's a lot of plot holes, bad dialog, and messy plot lines, but it's still bit of an interesting watch.
Steve L (kr) wrote: Ridiculously silly...so bad, it's good!
Max G (au) wrote: An amazing film nearly on par with the first Die Hard, but not quite.9.75/10 or 5 stars
Amy H (ca) wrote: Family feud, every family has one or two. Not too bad, quite entertaining.
Robert H (br) wrote: WHAT DREAMS MAY COME is a visual feast (especially for 1998) that explores some weighty themes, but ultimately feels artificial and thinly painted. Robin Williams is Chris Nielsen, a doctor who suffers a great tragedy and ultimately is taken by fate as well. While in the afterlife, he goes on a journey to reunite himself with his wife. First of all, let me say that I don't subscribe to a belief in an afterlife, but the fact that the movie treats it as an objective thing wasn't really a problem for me. What was a problem was that the whole story was set up so quickly that the core relationship you're supposed to care about wasn't believable. Sure, the screenwriter covered themselves by having Chris and his wife (Annabella Sciorra) be "soulmates," but this felt like a cop-out from actually doing some character development and building a believable relationship. However, the sentiment expressed by Chris' journey is an understandable one. It tells the story of a man who literally goes to hell and back just to be with the one he loves. Aside from that, the best part of the movie is the visual flair with which the afterlife is realized. One of Chris' passions is painting, and his early experiences there are very much painting-like. This film won the Academy Award for Best Visual Effects in 1999, and from what I could tell, it was definitely deserved. The effects weren't necessarily realistic, but they were impressionistic and artistic. On the downside, the metaphysical content and ideas are practically shoved down the viewers throats. There are many conversations laden with language that's supposed to sound like it's important, but the story never really lives up to these lofty ideas. Also, when you create a fantasy world there are often rules established to that everything isn't pure chaos. Here, there are some rules established but the film doesn't stick to them. At times, it's unclear how the afterlife works, which could be confusing to some people (assuming they even believe in such a thing). Overall, this is a very spiritual film that aspires to greatness but is only good. Robin Williams and the rest of the cast give excellent performances, but the visuals only serve to paint over the cracks in the story.
Joseph B (jp) wrote: Could have used more John Wayne.
bill s (ag) wrote: Funny and cleaver crime adventure.