Professor Quatermass, trying to gather support for Moon colonisation his project to colonize the Moon, is intrigued by the mysterious traces that have been showing up on his radar - meteorites crashing down?. Following them to the place where they should be landing he finds a destroyed village, a mysterious factory too close to his designs for the Moon colony for comfort, and some strange, aerodynamic objects containing a mysterious, ammonia-based gas that infects one of his assistants. Officially, the factory is producing synthetic food; but despite the veil of secrecy surrounding it Quatermass succeeds in finding out it harbours aliens with deadly designs on the Earth... Second in Hammer Films' trio of screen versions for Nigel Kneale's classic 1950s BBC serials, with the same director and star as 1955's "The Quatermass Experiment". . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Dinesh P (gb) wrote: Story of the Four Sons of last guru of Sikhs i.e. Guru Gobin Singhji. The film story is good since it is history well scripted also but slightly slow but biggest drawback is the animation.
David L (fr) wrote: Literally a nerd meets stripper and dumps his scheming girlfriend RomCom. The Rub n Tug scene is funny. And one stands to learn a thing or two about doing it with a...cantaloupe. Toronto never looks more beautiful.
Joshua L (es) wrote: It was ok. it started well.
Laura S (kr) wrote: So i got all excited about sharks eating people and then the movie started and it just got worse from there. It was really really really crap!!!!
Jesse O (de) wrote: Don't ask me why I decided to watch this movie last night, but I did. As far as Jackie Chan's US expedition, this might actually be one of the best, if not the best. I'd honestly have to watch the first Rush Hour to make that distinction. I'm not even bothering with Rush Hour 2 or 3, because it's obvious that those aren't any good, particularly Rush Hour 3. Anyway, this is clearly not one of Jackie's best as it relates to action or out of this world stunts, but it does offer a good alternative to that. With that said, I do think the film spends its sweet time getting to where Jackie and Owen team up with each other, but I still enjoyed everything leading up to that. I will say that, if you're watching on Netflix, and are using the English subtitles, there are lines of dialogue spoken in Mandarin and Sioux that will not be translated into English. So unless you know mandarin or Sioux, you will not understand what they're saying in any of these scenes. They do, however, show the translations if you used the Spanish subtitles instead of the English ones. Good thing I come from a Spanish-speaking island. But talk about annoying, it actually took me like 30 minutes before I figured this out. It's not like the first 30 minutes are all in Mandarin and Sioux, but there's still a good chunk of the film that people who only speak English will not be able to pick up on, unless Netflix fixes the English subtitles. Don't even know why I pointed that out, I guess it just really annoyed the shit out of me. With that said, it's not like I have much to say about this. It's an older movie that isn't really what you would call memorable. With that said, I did think Jackie's action scenes were probably closer to what he would actually do in Hong Kong than he managed to do on this side of the world. Not that Rush Hour didn't have some of that, but I just think there's more of it here. And there's some solid chemistry between Owen and Jackie, there's the usual, goofy banter and the growing respect between the two that have been cliches in these films forever, but I found it entertaining regardless. This is the type of movie that you'll see playing on your local cable channel at 6pm right before the primetime shows come on. It's something that might even be used as background noise. I've probably even used this film as background noise while I do something else, but it is a fun little movie. It's nothing special and, 15 years later, it's not like anyone actually remembers this. I still think this is a pretty good movie all things considered. I'd recommend it if you have Netflix, it's that type of movie. Fun stuff that's very easy to watch.
Adam H (us) wrote: Grimy and distinctive
Hawk (br) wrote: Whether this film is based on Dungeons or Dragons is a matter of debate, however it sure feels like it is. That's because the whole thing feels more like a series of encounters than an actual film. The characters have to go from point A to point B, to point C but WAIT, point C is blocked so the characters have to go to point D to unlock point C then return to that point and go to point D. The points are random events and really have no relevance to the plot: They could be put in any order and you'd never know the difference. The mix between science fiction and a fantasy setting is pretty good, and the final confrontation at the castle is excellent, but other than that it's just forgettable.
Christopher M (de) wrote: Despite the slow pace this film is very interesting and is much easier to follow upon second viewing once all the characters and the huge supporting cast can be distinguished
Greg R (br) wrote: Is it a perfect film, no, and I can totally understand peoples dislike for it.
Dave R (it) wrote: a coming of age story set in LA in 1979. it does a fair job of capturing the various dysfunctions of these teens but the overall flow of the movie is pretty dull. there is a cool skateboard chase sequence. i remember seeing the previews for this movie when i was 10 and seeing scott baio with the skateboard and thinking it was cool. i think i'd just gotten my first skateboard around that time. after 30 years i finally got around to watching it. kind of fun for me to travel back to that era but not a great movie.
Bob B (ca) wrote: Kind of predictable and you yell at the dumb characters a lot, but it's still pretty good and not too long!
Jhon P (nl) wrote: Started off well. Didn't like the ending.