Karl, a technician in a computer shop, is also the "Address Book Killer," who obtains the names of his victims from stolen address books. Terry and her son Josh come into the store to price software, and a salesman uses Terry's address book to demonstrate a hand-held scanner. Karl obtains the file, and while driving to Terry's house that night in a heavy rainstorm, his car runs off the road and lands upside down in a cemetery. While Karl is undergoing a CAT scan at the hospital, a surge of lightning courses through the building, and Karl's soul is transformed into electrical energy. Karl uses the electrical grid and computer networks to continue his killing spree.
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John Eric D (au) wrote: This is entertainingly great. I kinda disagree with the ratings seems too childish as script goes but the dialogue is pretty good. Overall it is still good to see those breathtaking scenes with those well made CGI giants. It will blow 8 year old minds as well as me also. Definitely a must have for Blu-Ray. 4 out of 5
Jorge O (it) wrote: AMAZING MOVIE BASED ON TRUE EVENTS.
Amy L (us) wrote: As lame as I am...I want to see this because I grew up with the American Girl dolls--owned a couple so I would see this when it comes out on DVD or Dish Network
Jules H (fr) wrote: An unnecessary running time, sans humor and an thoroughly uninteresting story make this the must jeer movie of the year. Without A Purpose is a more accurate title.
Wenqin C (nl) wrote: Love,what is it?An emotion,a flavour,a warm hug or ...Every time when love happens,it just like an misty encounter,just like someone stops beside you in the thick fog.When he or she approach to us in the mistiness,we can feel,we'll tremble for the approaching,will be afraid,and we can't help stepping back.But when the othe part stops there,we'll be waiting in nervous and intranquil,even feel out ahead...I think,perhaps,this beautiful film which was chained by Four unrelated stories is telling a love like this
Steve D (kr) wrote: Terrifying true story great acting. Where were the Academy awards
Ron F (br) wrote: Absolutely wretched sequel to the disaster film classic. The film plods along and the cast looks like rejects from "The Love Boat.". Sally Field's overacting makes the film almost unwatchable.
Arseniy V (au) wrote: As a half-hour a film about the camps, made 10 years after the fact, this is about as good as it possibly could have been. However, this is a 4.5 star-film in my book, while another documentary, "The Corporation", is a 5-star film, what gives? There are a few reason for that 1/2 star difference. In short, if "The Corporation" was an equally in-depth, objective, intelligent and moving film about one specific horror past (lets say, Bolivia's water crisis alone) which, at its conclusion, drew an equally well-phrased but vague parallel between our past and our present - I would then also consider "The Corporation" a 4.5 star film. The difference, is the clarity with which "The Corporation" is able to translate horrors past, into horrors present and future.
Grant K (gb) wrote: An eerily prophetic and emotionally devastating picture that stands to become a beacon of originality in the annals of cinema. Definitive and essential.
Julian P (kr) wrote: Here's a good example of how far minimalistic films can go. You don't really need a bunch of characters on screen, too many locations and a mind-blowing and life-changing argument, in order to create a good movie. "Locke" shows us how a man deals with his family, job and the fuck-ups he made in the past, all of this in 90 minutes or less. But wait... I've heard this before. Because it's the story of most of the people nowadays. It's that real, that you even feel everything Ivan Locke's getting through. And how, in the beginning, we are introduced to a successful guy who has it all, but at the end, loses almost everything, with a little hope on the new life that is born in the last 15 minutes.There's no human antagonist in here. The bad guy is Ivan's past, who is making consequences threading his personal and professional relationships. We don't know what's coming next, of course in the last shot we saw him driving ahead, probably to meet his new kid, but will he get his job back? Is he coming back home? Will his wife forgive him? That's the cliffhanger of this film.As I mentioned before, there's no need of a big argument to make a good film out of it. A normal person's life is a different movie every single day.