A novelist's wife and son see him changed by an apparent encounter with aliens in the mountains.

A novelist's (Christopher Walken) wife (Lindsay Crouse) and son (Joel Carlson) see him changed by an apparent encounter with aliens in the mountains. He then sees a psychiatrist who tries to use hypnotic regression to discover the truth. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Communion torrent reviews

Turtleboy G (es) wrote: This is by far one of the stupidest spoofs you'll ever see. Do you even consider this a movie? The jokes were unfunny, and the comedy was just plain immature. The acting was alright, though, but the characters were just stupid. Some spoof scenes tried way too hard to be funny, and even just kept dragging along, hoping the audience would laugh. To be honest, I don't recommend this god awful movie to anyone, because trust me: you don't want to watch it.

Megan H (mx) wrote: Seen the parts with Alan Tudyk as Pepe (is there anything he can't do?), but want to see the rest of it.

Dean M (mx) wrote: This inane, confused comedy rambles in circles until the climax, where it all but disintegrates before my eyes.

Mandi B (au) wrote: i haven't seen this movie is ages. i need to find it and buy it. i loved it the first time i watched it and the book is great. im not sure if i would still love it now that i am older or not.

Alexei G (ru) wrote: As far as family films go, this one sets the bar so much lower than so many other family films. Just about all of the characters are either uninteresting, unlikable, or both, and, save for some moments, it is not funny at all.

geekygrl (de) wrote: this is actually very much like M*A*S*H... ! :D

Jarkko H (nl) wrote: Home Alone is definitely a family comedy classic, even if not quite the best in its genre. Macaulay Culkin spice up your performances in the movie, after all he time a child star.Kevin Culkin by the wish comes true when he is left alone at home, but will soon defend their homes from thieves before Christmas. The main plot is inventive and unique that no one else certainly does not have not got to mind the 1990s, but did not want the film to be a slightly more the better, if it slightly changing his.

Thomas K (kr) wrote: One of the first films dealing with the AIDS crisis, and still one of the better ones. Unfortunately the director, Bill Sherwood, never made another film before his AIDS related death. We lost a potentially fine filmmaker when he let go this mortal coil. This is one of the few films that seem even better now.

Victor M (ru) wrote: A very innovative story and film in 1982. The remake was a failure.

Jacob M (mx) wrote: During the second half of the 1940's, Disney spent their time making cheap, package films mostly due to the poor box-office performances of some of their films, such as Fantasia and Bambi. When asked by the government to help America maintain good relations with South America, Walt's crew went down to Mexico and other Latin American places as an inspiration for this film.In Saludos Amigos, we witness these animators get the inspiration to design the four shorts told in this movie.Lake Titicaca shows Donald Duck exploring the lake and other parts of South America, even teaming up with a llama.In Pedro, we learn about a small plane who goes on a quest to deliver the mail through treacherous mountains.El Gaucho Goofy shows Goofy trying to be a gaucho.Color of Brazil shows Donald learning to do the Samba with his friend, Jose Carioca.At only 40 minutes, this is the shortest Disney feature released, shorter than Dumbo. But it doesn't feel that short, because the live action scenes drag and feel more like a documentary than an actual film. Really, who would want to see that?However, I was impressed with the animation, and I appreciated Disney for their attempt at getting people into Mexican culture.