A crook decides to bump off members of his inept crew and blame their deaths on a legendary sea creature. What he doesn't know is that the creature is real. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Creature from the Haunted Sea
A crook decides to bump off members of his inept crew and blame their deaths on a legendary sea creature. What he doesn't know is that the creature is real.
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John P (fr) wrote: Reminded me of the skeleton key
Thomas T (es) wrote: Timothy Treadwell, everything about your courage and motivation is an astonishing legacy.
Jan H (de) wrote: An age old army of giants along with its leader and followers return to the modern days. This movie was creepy.
Kenny O (br) wrote: Some really good acting!
Liu S (jp) wrote: Don't ask me why I saw it. It's worse than Date Movie. And it's not a spoof even. Guess you need sucky ones like these to appreciate the good ones.
Andrew K (nl) wrote: How did I miss this gem? Now, onto Netflix!
Avi V (us) wrote: Not horrible, but not good either? Deuces acts like a wanna be gangster who never earned his stripes.
Indira S (us) wrote: love the historical value of this, thou the movie was full of violence and nudity, but still it's worth to watch especially for those who love historical theme
Augustine H (mx) wrote: We definitely know more about the incident about Lance Armstrong, but not himself as a person. Stephen Frears should be better than this.
Mereie d (es) wrote: During the first thirty minutes of Opening Night, I got the feeling I was watching a Woody Allen-style relationship movie, with the only difference that this is definitely no comedy. By using a lot of close-up shots, Cassavetes draws us into the private affairs and personal issues of an aging actress who is on the brink of a nervous breakdown, heading towards a possible ruining of the opening performance of the play she happens to be acting in at that moment. I liked the insights we are getting into the daily practice of the theatre world (backstage scenes, what goes on outside the performance, etc.) and the way in which real life is interwoven with acted life, especially in the case of the leading actress, Myrtle Gordon (Gena Rowlands). At times I was almost fooled, and actually thought I was watching a real-life scene, which turned out to be part of the play after all. The ending is predictable, but we would have been disappointed if it had been any different. Rowland??s performance is splendid, but the other actors are good too. At times I could almost feel Manny Victor??s (Ben Gazzara) frustration when things were threatening to go pear-shaped. True, the movie focuses on the negative sides of theatre life most of the time, but that is all we could expect given the film??s topic. The only real problem I had with Opening Night was the fact that the plot is extremely stretched out (which is not altogether unlogical, again given the topic) and that the viewer??s stamina is highly challenged ?? in such a way, in fact, that it almost mars part of the viewing pleasure.
Jim H (gb) wrote: A psychologist investigates the emotional problems of a woman who returned from a deadly vacation.Tennessee Williams's odd parable comes to life in Joseph L. Mankiewicz's adaptation. Featuring very strong performances by two legendary actresses (Elizabeth Taylor and Katharine Hepburn), the film delights in its stage play source material.However, what's weird about the play is the same problem with the film. We all know what happened during the summer, but Williams's time prevents him from really telling us, and Mankiewicz's time prevents him from showing us. All this obfuscating makes the film a challenge (sometimes challenges are good), but even so, Mankiewicz's flashbacks must walk the perfect line between showing us too much and showing us too little; sadly, at separate times, it's both.Overall, this is a very strong adaptation of a difficult play.
Tara S (br) wrote: Fred's dancing is impeccable as usual. There is some very clever choreography. And it's hard to go wrong with these two. Not my favorite, but worth seeing.