Guardians Of The Galaxy

Guardians Of The Galaxy

Light years from Earth, 26 years after being abducted, Peter Quill finds himself the prime target of a manhunt after discovering an orb wanted by Ronan the Accuser.

Not only the criminal plot on the Earth but this time the threat has also happened all over the universe, more exactly it is the Milky Way where twelve billions civilians on different planets, belongs to variety of race. More specially, the person who is responsible for the duty for saving the world not only just the heroes but also the criminal, the assassin and the avenger. All the characters have assembled to create a team to fight the common enemy. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Mike W (ca) wrote: Undead Zoo Animals, what else can you say?

Dave A (jp) wrote: Decent sequel but nothing fantastic. Bridges is back to form, reprising a character he played decades ago, as the focal point of this sequel that feels uneven. Bottoms' casting is offensive in the sense that his character is reduced to taking the backseat without much of an afterthought.

Noel M (jp) wrote: I watched this because of the of the Premium Rush movie :)

Maarrk H (es) wrote: Stunning in its blend of documentary and fiction, but it falls pretty flat in terms of narrative. A brave step forward, sure, but even though it was up there first (in mainstream end-financed-by-Paramount-Pictures-American cinema, anyway), there's far better examples of this sort of film.

Jacob G (us) wrote: One of the greatest, if not THE greatest, character study put to film. There's something deeper in the dialogue spoken, and it's up to the audience to determine what. Undeniably a masterpiece.

Van R (us) wrote: "House of Frankenstein" director Erle C. Kenton's atmospheric "The House of Dracula" qualifies as another monstrous mash from Universal Pictures in 1945. Although Dracula takes top billing, the Wolfman Lawrence Talbot and the Frankenstein monster both garner more screen time in this better-than-average supernatural horror chiller than the infamous fangster. For the record, this represented actor John Carradine's second appearance as the immortal Carpathian count. Earlier, he had appeared in "House of Frankenstein." The urbane, skirt-chasing Carradine sports a trimmed mustache, wears a silk hat, and can shape-shift into an enormous bat. He has no trouble hypnotizing susceptible women, something that gets him into fatal trouble with his host. Carradine's performance lacks the menace that both Bela Lugosi and Christopher Lee brought to Bram Stoker's protagonist. Carradine's Dracula dresses immaculately, but he seems far too trusting in his friendship with a religiously minded medical doctor who finds it difficult to believe that ordinary men can turn into extraordinary creatures. Meantime, Dracula behaves as if he hates his accursed existence, but he pursues a blonde female nurse without a qualm. On the other hand, Lawrence Talbot (Lon Chaney, Jr., of "Son of Dracula")is genuinely sympathetic. Dracula and the Wolfman, AKA Lawrence Talbot both seek out a brilliant medical researcher that they hope can help them with their unique afflictions. Actually, despite the title, the physician, Dr. Franz Edelmann, emerges as the protagonist. He ends up in the middle of a monster triangle and finds himself turned into a vampire before everything concludes in this final entry in the "Frankenstein" and "Dracula" franchises at Universal. "House of Dracula" adopts a sympathetic attitude toward these three larger-than-life creatures. Kenton and scenarists Dwight V. Babcock, George Bricker, and Edward T. Lowe, Jr., have both Dracula and Lawrence Talbot soliciting help from the kindly Dr. Edelmann (Onslow Stevens)who lives in a sprawling castle at the edge of the sea. Skeptical about the supernatural, Edelmann doesn't believe that people can shape-shift into animals, but he believes in God. Instead, he argues that it is the individual and their psychotic disposition that turns them into monsters. He performs blood tests on Dracula and eventually comes up with a cure, but he is too late to save the old bloodsucker. Dracula is the earliest to depart because he tries to take advantage of Dr. Edelmann's sexy nurse Miliza Morelle (Martha O'Driscoll of "Forty Little Mothers"), while Talbot desperately seeks a cure for his Lycanthropy. Actually, Dr. Edelmann diagnoses Talbot and insists that the poor fellow Ironically, the medical hero-Dr. Edelmann-succumbs to villainy as he tries to help Dracula with a blood transfusion that corrupts his own blood and turns him into a Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde monster. The problem with "House of Dracula" is the problem that assailed each "Dracula" entry. The filmmakers don't provide continuity. Nevertheless, despite the obvious lack of continuity, Kenton and his scenarists have forged interesting situations and "House of Dracula" doesn't wear out its welcome. Dracula's demise is really cool, but the misguided vampire has only himself to blame. "Tarantula" lenser George Robinson's black & white photography enhances this creepy yarn set primarily in a huge castle in Europe. The action clocks in at a lean and mean 67 minutes.

Matthew M (ca) wrote: Smith and Jones are a hilarious tandem in a sci-fi flick that manages to be as funny as it is thrilling.

Sherry M (fr) wrote: Enjoyable, but I was expecting more. Brad Pitt always good. I want to like George Clooney, but something about him leaves me cold. Maybe he seems too glib? Julia Roberts a bit of a waste...again - just wanted more substance.Brad Pitt and Matt Damon have the most charisma and stage presence. Also Julia Roberts.

Mlissa A (br) wrote: 1 toile et demi, mais seulement pour le doublage qubcois et quelques phrases piques.

John Q (us) wrote: Raptors kid. Raptors.