Construction workers building an airstrip on a small Pacific Island during WWII encounter an ancient meteor. Then they are terrorized when some strange spirit-like being takes over a large bulldozer, and goes on a killing rampage.
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Greg R (de) wrote: i'd never heard of this guy, and that's a shame as he's pretty damned amazing....tremendous documentary about the only man to swim the entire length of the amazon and how it almost killed him....what a character....ya gotta see this
Joshua M (au) wrote: Drawcard for me? Hayden Panettiere
Karen N (de) wrote: I have never added this film, seen it, nor wish to see it !!!
Steven M (jp) wrote: For a miniseries about a very complex and controversial person, it's quite compelling. At times hard to get through, but it's a drama with a lot of story to tell, and still a short amount of time to do it in.
Donna T (fr) wrote: Heartbreaking and wonderful
Andrew S (ru) wrote: A woman's leisurely paced descent into madness is masterfully directed, visually hallucinatory and remarkably frightening.
Al M (ca) wrote: An early masterpiece of science fiction cinema, Things to Come derives from H.G. Wells' writings and is directed by genre master William Cameron Menzies. The film still resonates today with its depiction of society's collapse and rebirth into a utopian future in which struggle has been erased. Hence, humankind must seek new frontiers beyond the Earth. It is a film about human ambition and drive, and the consequences--both positive and negative--that can arise from them. It is a film about different forms of societies, and the flaws that face even the most apparently perfect civilization. Featuring amazing special effects and artistry for its era, Things to Come poses questions that are still as pertinent today as ever.
David D (ca) wrote: One of those films you can watch over and over again, Channing and Jonnah are brilliant working together and the laughs are endless . 4.5/5
Huw G (fr) wrote: I think this has been misjudged. Yes, it's a lot of unbelievable nonsense, but it's carefully crafted unbelievable nonsense, written for an audience they understand well. "Hacking" might be an unlikely subject for this audience, but there's nothing wrong with trying something different.