Erik the Viking
Erik the Viking gathers warriors from his village and sets out on a dangerous journey to Valhalla, to ask the gods to end the Age of Ragnorok and allow his people to see sunlight again. A Pythonesque satire of Viking life.
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Orlando O (kr) wrote: Max Steel is a science fiction action film based on Mattel toy line that spawned an animated tv series for some time. This is basically one of those films were you can go in with no expectations. If you really want to waste your time with it. Max Steel is horrible and something they attempted to get away with it from a low budget, a cheesy script, some no name actors, and a direction that is very tedious. I would not be surprised if a fan made video was filmed better than this. The plot is filled with holes, terrible logic, and does not clearly tend to make sense. When it does, it tries to create an expanding universe with an alien looking human that can utilize esoteric energy and then having these small aliens looking robots that fly and feed off energy. Sure, it is an origin story for Max (Ben Winchell), who feels lost with the constantly moving around with his mother. After the death of his father when he was young, the father left a company that is focused on esoteric energy that is now in charge by Dr. Miles (Andy Garcia). Once, Max learns about his father and the past about him and an alien named Steel (voiced by Josh Brener) are just preparing to facing against an evil force known as ultilink. The script is rushed with no plot, no character development, and filled with cheesy unrealistic dialogue. When we meet Dr. Miles, that knew Max's father. It was so obvious that he is not a person, who he says he is. The direction was so boring, that the music score nor script did not help with trying to get you to even care for these characters. The action and fight scenes were so basic. It looked like they did not even hire a fight choreographer. The visual effects were also terrible as we see ripples of energy coming from Max. Even, the tornado sequence with a bad guy chasing down Max was quite horrible. The acting was atrocious from about every one in the film. There is a couple of no name actors that people have never heard of and probably never will. Ben Winchell and Ana Villafane performance was one-dimensional and bad to the part were it feels noticed that they just been reading the script and not delivering any much of a characteristic. Maria Bello and Andy Garcia are decent but their performance cannot be saved from what they were given to work with. Max Steel is a terrible film that I would not recommend at all. Will be one of those films that tried to be something like other toy brand movies like G.I. Joe. Even G.I. Joe movies seem more like a masterpiece than this. Max Steel will be one of those forgettable films that will disappear until the studio plans a reboot.
Dave S (jp) wrote: Attaboy, Luther! Knotts was a pro, and you have to love a studio system that actually made comedy vehicles for him. Nowadays that'd be like a Jack McBrayer franchise, which: why not?
Dingleberry P (kr) wrote: How the fuck is this rated so high.
Sandeep H (fr) wrote: Remember Ross frm FRIENDS????well...David had shown that he can act...but this movie takes him to another level....an intense story backed superb performances...highly recommended if you njoy a smooth easygoing drama...
Paul B (fr) wrote: Very predictable and ridiculous movie. Angelina Jolie's lower lip shines in this one as the line bright spot.
Patrick K (jp) wrote: This is probably my favourite Kevin Smith film outside of Clerks as it centres around 2 guys in a mall who end up trying to win their recent exes back. There are some hilarious sequences alot of which include Jay and Silent Bob. If you've enjoyed pretty much any Kevin Smith film then this is a must watch which is surprisingly underrated and overlooked
Shawn W (br) wrote: Brilliant cinematography shot in black and white, my fellow filmsies SEE This Movie!
Ben H (fr) wrote: actually not all bad
P S (us) wrote: The story is a bit screwball wacky, but I simply adore young Babs.
Matt G (nl) wrote: The best kind of humor is based in humanity...and as inhumane as war can be, it is still filled with humans. Stalag 17 mixes the sober realities of WWII with surprisingly consistent humor like they were two peas in pod because its humor stems from hopelessness, acting as a necessary coping mechanism. A beautifully performed and singularly contained character dramedy that is as timeless as it is old-fashioned.
Brian C (de) wrote: Nice anthology of short horror stories (with stellar casts) tied together by John Carpenter himself.While the stories aren't terribly original they are done well. The first story at the gas station is the best. However, seeing Mark Hamill be completely insane was a wonderful treat.There is some slick humour in here too, and lots of nods to Haddonfield.
Matt M (au) wrote: The most famous of Agatha Christie cinematic adaptations also arguably happens to be the best one. Directed by Lumet, the story of Poirot investigating the murder of an unsavoury millionaire on a night train is a stylish thriller with witty dialogue and interesting characters, with the whodunit mystery unfolding and getting darker and darker as the movie progresses to the very rewarding finale. Finney as Poirot is memorable, but the a-list support cast where each individual makes the most out of the given role adds great power and charisma to the film.
Sean (nl) wrote: It worked before you broke it. . . .
Alison C (jp) wrote: average as I got bored quickly