Dramatisation of the 1991 perjury trial of former Queensland state Premier Joh Bjelke-Petersen.
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Jeffrey L (ag) wrote: For a Sci-Fi Channel original movie, this really surprised me. The Yeti was NOT horrible CGI, but a bad man-in-suit, which is a huge step up for that channel, and much appreciated. Also, the plot wasn't simply 'people try to survive wild killer animal in wilderness' like most of Sci-Fi- Channels monster movies. This actually had a very engaging character-driven plot filled with suspense and characters that I didn't out and out hate or think were stupid for the most part.With that said, there were one or two characters that were indeed stupid, and this being a Sci-Fi Channel movie, the acting was horrible, but overall this movie about football students that crash land in the Himalayan Mountains near a killer Yeti cave, was a huge step up in terms of Sci-Fi Channel's original movies.
Elaine S (us) wrote: Awesome film. Loved it.
jason h (au) wrote: Behemoth is a great TV movie. Decent acting and a load of intense action. The movie has a few flaws, though its hard to find one that doesn't.
Mario A (gb) wrote: I Hate Hate Hate this movie
K W (fr) wrote: I saw this movie,It was great.very well acted from both Jessica Lange and Halle Berry especially.
Scott K (kr) wrote: I was surprised that during this movie Candy didn't look as obese as I thought he was at this time. It actually looked like he had LOST a few lbs in fact!
Anders A (ru) wrote: Altman is blending together a shitloads of stories in the LA area together, where many of the crosses paths. Gentry sliding from one to another, the three hours flies by as we are witnessing this drowned world of tragic outcomes. Though the film itself is proclaming the real essence of what was the early 90's in California. With all those stories Altman is also really putting light on neary the whole range community rich to poor, its pretty unique, though its been done before by himself in Nashville etc.
Shawn S (us) wrote: This time around the effects (in particular Splinter) and the story were not as good as the first two installments and overall it wasn't nearly as fun either.I did laugh a little, however, and felt that kids might enjoy the parts that I didn't.
Scott C (us) wrote: This was a really poorly paced film, but Dennis Quaid was a lot of fun to watch and the music is terrific.
Hollie T (au) wrote: It was quite amazing to see Fred Astaire in a horror film! Based on a Peter Straub novel (that I really want to read now) this ghost story is a little on the long side but you wouldn't really realize it with all the twists and pretty amazing, although dated, effects.
Michael W (gb) wrote: A very engaging revenge/crime story. It's easy to see that directors like Tarantino took their lead from films such as this. This is a rare film that works despite a small budget and subdued performances. It's pacing and dialogue are provocative and the cinematography is top notch for its time. The scene in Central Park stands out as my favorite. This was also featured in the film 'Terror in the Aisles."
Elgan D (ru) wrote: A fish out of water type thriller which struggles with pacing and whose plot is reliant on character error.
Mohammed A (au) wrote: Let's hop the original movie isn't bad as this one