Coral Sea Dreaming

Coral Sea Dreaming

Sit back, relax and dive into the spectacular undersea world of the Great Barrier Reef. Discover crystal-clear video, cool Dolby Digital music, exotic fish of every color of the rainbow. No words, just 83 minutes of great original music, stunning images, 300 creatures in their natural habitat, body surfing dolphins!

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Jairo A (nl) wrote: The coolest thing about Contracted is the main character's transformation after she's been infected. With that said, that was the best part. The pacing and the acting were "ok" only and the lady that played her mom was pretty robotic in some scenes. As the drama is about to slowly unfold, it stops abruptly (like 50 Shades of Grey)! I hate that!!! Mediocre/Forgettable 2.5/5 OR 5/10

rick r (au) wrote: First off I have to admit that I did not see the first film and I am wagering that has no significant impact on this films value. "Knock Knock 2" after watching the found footage horror flick left me fragmented in my opinion of it. The film follows four 20-somethings on a joyful horror venture to some pretty famous haunts around the L.A. area on Halloween night. Directed by Chris Sheng and starring Adain Cardei, Jordan Elizabeth, Alexander Popovic and Stephanie Love Underwood "Knock Knock 2" is stereotypically found footage. It is a paranormal ghost story that mirrors other stories but told in a reluctantly creative way. After taking their joy ride to several areas of famous deaths such as Sharon Tate, The Black Dahlia, and George Reeves they venture to one final haunt before calling it a night. This is where the story really begins to take hold and validate the plot line and basically it's whole reasoning for being made. I say that because although the movie starts with the innocent general get-to-know-the -cast routine and set up the following events there is really nothing of value or interest that happens for nearly thirty-six full minutes of this film, maybe longer. Even the trips to the first haunts seem trite. Harsh I know.How this movie manages to leave me fragmented is in the sudden and emotionally charged way the action and nightmare really takes off. Once the group get to that final f*cking horror house the sh*t really hits the fan. The tension and suspense picks up. There is a sudden chill to the atmosphere of the film that makes you thankful that you held on to the story instead of hitting stop or quitting the film. The camera stylizing is typical trick ponies as far as found footage go but in this film you are given a clear and present environment as opposed to some dark shady questionable surrounding that leaves you wondering "where are they?". The death scenes are not all that gratuitous or gory but they happen suddenly with eerie background sound effects and the impact of what unfolds is intense and entertaining. So "Knock Knock 2" is one of those that fits kinda in the middle of the paranormal found footage pile that has come out lately. It isn't a bad movie to watch, just hang in through the first thirty-five or forty minutes. It isn't one that will leave you scratching your head either- thinking how creative or intense the minds behind it must be. This paranormal ghost flick is great for the casual horror watcher that doesn't want to be too grossed out or deal with too much suspense and yet it has enough of a scare as it picks up in the middle to really leave you holding your breath at the end. I am glad I saw the film but don't think I would have missed much waiting for it to hit cable networks either.

Frank v (nl) wrote: Like the Host, Snowpiercer tries to be more, and deeper, than it is, and fails in that regard. But if you're looking for a fast paced action movie, along the lines of Dredd, Fury Road, and the Raid, it delivers, at least early on.

Antonius B (it) wrote: There is some (probably requisite) violence in this zombie thriller, but it's also got humor, some nice touches in editing, and it's very entertaining. The cast is fantastic, with Woody Harrelson, Emma Stone, Jesse Eisenberg, and Abigail Breslin all turning in performances perfectly tuned to the genre. The scenes with Bill Murray are all very funny, and one part in particular is absolutely hilarious, but I won't spoil it. Eisenberg channels Woody Allen at times with his shy awkwardness. Trying to do both comedy and horror is difficult, but director Ruben Fleischer really pulls it off. This is a fun movie to watch.

Vanessa W (us) wrote: Auch wenn die Story an sich ein bisschen sehr schrg ist und teilweise nicht richtig durchdacht wirkt, haut die Besetzung mal wieder alles raus. Julie Benz, Alexander Skarsgrd, Fares Fares und alle anderen gehen perfekt in ihren Rollen auf und machen den Film sehenswert.

Caleb C (ca) wrote: not bad. interesting and kinda romantic but not really at the same time.

Joshua L (nl) wrote: It takes an awful long time to get somewhere, and then the plot bogs down in a hopelessly confusing jumble of politics, dreams, and conspiracy.

Matty S (ag) wrote: It is probably best that Christopher Doyle remain a cinematographer and not a filmmaker. However, this is a beautifully shot movie with enough quirkiness to keep your attention. And, it remains effortlessly "cool".

Simon P (nl) wrote: Beautifully made Korean drama, very sexy and darkly twisted. Oh, and that epilogue?

Timothy M (it) wrote: Robust if unremarkable noir. Some strong visuals and a good plot, but it runs out of steam in the third act, and Granger can't carry the film. Also, it had Charles McGraw in it, but he hardly even spoke. That aint right. Still, there are some great moments - one of the deaths in the final moments is particularly memorable in its staging. Reminded me of [i]Panic in the Streets[/i] in some ways, although the comparisons are purely superficial.

Giovanni M (es) wrote: A surprisingly sympathetic portrayal of alcoholism, Smashed doesn't get as deep into the issues as it should but a haunting performance from Mary Elizabeth Winstead is worth the viewing alone.