This is the story of Sylvia, who looses her stepchildren on a shopping trip in Poland. For fear of loosing her husband's love, too, she is unable to tell him what has happened and returns home, pretending anything is fine. When realising the missing of his children, the father starts a desperate retrieval. He is ready to give up anything in order to find them. Sylvia supports him in any way; she tries to comfort him and takes care of his hope's vulnerable flame. For the first time he really needs her. While the children are trying their best to get home, the police fails in detecting their whereabouts. When a very vague trace leads to Poland, the parents hit the road to find their children on their own.
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Steve D (fr) wrote: A well cast sort of Watchmen for the DC universe. The film has a lot of potential that is never realized due to a stupid 2nd act and forgettable villains. It seems like every dc character ever is just thrown into the fray without thought or reason for them being there.
Michael W (it) wrote: Bionicle 2 is a bit campier than the first film, but its animation and setpieces have dramatically improved. Watching it, I am reminded why Bionicles are so cool
Aaron P (nl) wrote: Came across this movie for the first time on the sci-fy channel when I was 13 and I could not have been more thrilled. After a few years I went back and re-watched it and I still found it incredibly enjoyable. It is simple yet effective. Neil Marshall delivers a great low budget horror film. Also a rare gem in the werewolf genre.
Bill G (nl) wrote: Wonderful kiss. Probably #1 kiss on my top-five all-time list.
Dann M (au) wrote: "Affleck is the bomb in Phantoms, yo!" Based on a novel by Dean Koontz, Phantoms follows the mysterious disappearance of a small town's entire population by a supernatural creature. Ben Affleck leads the cast and is joined by Peter O'Toole, Rose McGowan, and Liev Schreiber. And, director Joe Chappelle does an impressive job at creating an atmospheric and suspenseful tone that's rather disturbing. However, the special effects work is kind of poor and weakens the scares a bit. While Phantoms does feel derivative of other works, it's still a chilling horror film. Plus....Affleck.
brian s (ag) wrote: this is a fun movie with a nice concept that"half the things we tell ourselves are lies.". it visually appealling with great music and nuanced perfances. i really enjoy watching this every now and then.
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Thomas P (br) wrote: All this talent, it's GOT to be funny, right? Nope.Like watching someone pay bills online.Yes, THAT unfunny.. Only for die-hard fans.Amiable yes. But lame.Lame and labored, w extra boring sauce.The cute kids keep it friendly tho - add half a star.We all want to like this.Great talent wasted on ppl phoning it in. The script is missing the funny and the jokes.Something to fall asleep to on a lazy afternoon. 2.5 out of 5