Elvis: That's the Way It Is
Concert footage and backstage documentary of singer Elvis Presley.
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Asmita J (de) wrote: A must watch for all the Apple product lovers and Haters as well. Really an eye opener.
Mariam C (de) wrote: Ok ahora este es mi favorito y de segundo the gruffalo. Muy creativo :D
Joe H (jp) wrote: Stripped Naked was just average. It is meant to be an action thriller movie. Unfortunately you are never on the edge of your seat but fortunately you are not completely bored either. There is a lot of room for improvement. I will say that the movie is not as predictable as you may imagine and has a nice twist to the ending. Worth a one time watch but I wouldn't invite others over as it is nothing great.
Bryan P (ca) wrote: a low budget film about aliens trying to take over the earth through the water supply.
Martin R (es) wrote: [6/7/15] Bought this yesterday for two bones almost entirely due to me liking the cover art of the DVD cover. "Trailer Park of Terror" is a horror-comedy movie about zombies. The first half hour is boring, it introduces the characters bla bla bla, but it sets up the premise. The zombie characters are fun and entertaining, unfortunately, we don't spend enough time with them. There's a fair amount of violence; enough to warrent that unrated label is the question. The lighting was bothersome in the darker scenes, and there's a bit of shaky cam [minor complaint]. Bottom line: this could have been a classic--and in better hands--it should have been. It's a flawed movie and yet, due to the unique personality of "Trailer Park of Terror," it holds up well against the plethora of horror remakes and paranormal found-footage flicks.
Muffin M (ru) wrote: Mysterious Wakanda. It lies in the darkest heart of Africa, unknown to most of the world. An isolated land hidden behind closed borders, fiercely protected by its young king the BLACK PANTHER. A king hold the fate of the entire earth in his hands. Because brutal alien invaders are coming, soon to fill every sky and control every land, seeking what is buried beneath ancient Wakanda. That leaves the Black Panther with a single option, one that goes against the sacred decrees of his people-to ask for help from outsiders. And so he turns to The Avengers Captain America. Iron Man. Thor. Giant Man. Wasp. And the Incredible Hulk. These mightiest of heroes have battled the aliens before, and barely survived. They thought it was over. They were wrong. starring the voices of Justing Gross, Grey DeLisle, Michael Masse, Marc Worden, Olivia D'Abo, Nan McNamara, Nolan North, Andre Ware and David Boat.directed by Will Meugniot, Dick Sebast, Curt Geda, Steven E. Gordon.
Kevin C (us) wrote: We're going to need a bigger 'meh'.
Bret L (es) wrote: A cult classic. A story that's starts with the ending & doesn't ruin the film. Highly recommend.
Zach M (it) wrote: This movie has a great title but it is a very slow and dull mystery/thriller with the end taking too long to happen. Troma knows that a good title can make people watch anything.
Jason D (jp) wrote: Really impressive technically especially for a tv movie especially for the time. But the story is just ludicrous. I almost burst out laughing when the main character tried to explain the Treaty of Tordesillas to the shogun. Like he would ever understand him or accept his authority.
Stephen G (it) wrote: The short "Antoine and Collette" is marvelous, and it's the only segment I've seen from this film (available on the criterion Antoine Doinel Boxset).
Russ B (fr) wrote: 1/8/2017: The special effects of the animals was good and Belle is gorgeous, but this movie is a huge disappointment, mostly due to the dialogue. The story could have used more depth as well.
Darren D (nl) wrote: Loved it, especially Russell Crowe this movie is completely underrated