The Earth was ravaged by the Formics, an alien race seemingly determined to destroy humanity. Fifty years later, the people of Earth remain banded together to prevent their own annihilation from this technologically superior alien species. Ender Wiggin, a quiet but brilliant boy, may become the savior of the human race. He is separated from his beloved sister and his terrifying brother and brought to battle school in orbit around earth. He will be tested and honed into an empathetic killer who begins to despise what he does as he learns to fight in hopes of saving Earth and his family. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Daniel C (ca) wrote: Not even a real movie.
Shaun M (us) wrote: beautiful!! well tought, shot, and smart narrative.
Josh B (nl) wrote: A very touching film all the way to the end of the credits. Ritter and Sandvig have great chemistry. That relationship carries the film a long way.
Bharat M (gb) wrote: powerful enough to give u nightmares!
Frdric H (br) wrote: A virus hits the population and everyone transforms into flesh eating mutants except a few - Planet Terror has some fresh and original ideas (ie a leg being a machine gun) with tons of blood and weird funny situations.
Blake G (ru) wrote: i fucking LOVE this movie! since like 1993!!
Ralph R (kr) wrote: Gere makes me want to live off Ramen noodles the rest of my life; the oriental flavored ones. I hate them.
Becca C (de) wrote: I liked the movie they guys were so hot!
Kris T (fr) wrote: This was Clint at his most O.K. It was a mediocre western compared to his other works in the Good the Bad and the Ugly, A Fistful of Dollars, and A Few Dollars More. At the very least no chairs were harmed in the making of this film.
Antonius B (jp) wrote: Probably the best romantic comedy you'll ever see. Woody Allen plays Alvy Singer, an insecure, cerebral comedian living in Manhattan (hmm), who is trying to understand how his relationship with Annie Hall (Diane Keaton) ended. The script is fantastic, and Allen gives us a steady stream of jokes ranging from subtle, intellectual references to physical comedy, and while I only laughed out loud a few times, I was often smiling. He also uses a variety of creative techniques in this film - speaking directly to the camera, stepping directly into childhood memories, giving voice to inner thoughts, and including a brief animation, among other things. He explores love, sex, and relationships, but also the cultural differences between Jews and Gentiles, and New Yorkers and Californians in clever ways. His understated facial reaction as Keaton orders Pastrami on white bread with lettuce and tomatoes is priceless. The film is sweet, endearing, and sentimental about relationships, and yet it's also balanced, showing the bittersweet pitfalls with just the right touches, including a brilliant ending. On top of all that, it's great to see Paul Simon in a couple of scenes, Allen's references to the 1969 documentary "The Sorrow and the Pity", and Diane Keaton's wonderful performance of "Seems Like Old Times". Great film, and very worthy of the Academy Awards it won.
Anson H (ca) wrote: This is great, just great. And I'm not saying that sarcastically! This rocks
Gwyneth K (ca) wrote: A surprisingly well written and delightfully acted film whose director really knows how to tell an engaging and heart warming story. Tremendous young actors were almost flawless in their performances with exceptional performances coming from Paris Warner and Mila Smith. Barta Heiner's character provided a wonderful and needed foil for the overly exuberant stereotype played by Lisa Clark. Rarely have a I seen a more genuinely enjoyable and uplifting film. Though perhaps aimed primarily at girls 12 - 18, this truly is a great movie for the whole family!