Dillon stumbles on a little known news story about a company called Life Tracker Limited, which claims it has discovered a way to predict biological events in a human's life by looking at their DNA. Everyone views the story as a modern day form of palm reading that will go nowhere, but Dillon keeps turning on his camera when he finds articles on the Internet or hears about it on the news.
- Stars:Matt Dallas, Rebecca Marshall, Barry Finnegan, Ron Canada, Chas Mitchell, Jay Thomas, Kimberly Adair, Jeannie Bolet, Jay Gillespie, Jon Thomas, Travis von Cartier, Jeffery Thomas Johnson, Norma Maldonado, Bruna Matsin, Kathi Chandler,
- Director:Joe McClean,
- Writer:Joe McClean
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(fr) wrote: Started watching this on Netflix. Twenty minutes into it I had enough.
(br) wrote: The film is about a deadly virus is found in Scotland on April 3rd 2008. In order to contain the virus they build a huge wall around the country; no one gets in and no one gets out. Twenty-five years later the virus resurfaces outside the wall, but this time they have another plan. Break into Scotland, find a cure and bring it out. The only problem is that Scotland is now inhabited by punk rocker cannibals and fierce knights on horseback. One woman enforcer goes in to kick some ass. This movie is crazy, over the top, out of it's mind crazy. The action was shot well in some scenes and are main hero of the film was bad-ass.
(kr) wrote: I have always found this movie to be funny. I've loved it since I was a kid. I can't believe it's 16 years old now. Shorty is my favorite!!!
(br) wrote: Why do Disney make truly wonderful films and then make a complete botch job of a sequel? Really I would rather they leave it alone. Just a very unoriginal movie. Just pass.
(mx) wrote: It was my Favourtive Movie. When i was young i saw this movie more than 100 times for sure.. Hahaha 'The song Ae Mere Humsafar' is the best song of the movie. I was impressed with the last scene when (Raj) kill himself when his girlfriend (Rashmi) died.
(ag) wrote: Amazing movie, amazing Gary Oldman and amazing Alfred Molina. For me the best !
(jp) wrote: Long before the Wayans brothers dragged the horror spoof genre through the gutter with their Scary Movie series, The Hudson Brothers wrote and starred in this little gem that spoofs every horror movie from Jaws to The Exorcist. When a novelist retreats to sleepy little Hellview to recharge his writing batteries, he becomes immersed in a 100 year old mystery involving a haunted lighthouse, and the discovery of the long dead lighthouse keeper, Captain James Howdy. The townsfolk call in two inept...whoops, I mean intrepid adventurers, Dr. Paul Baton and Fritz, to investigate what it all means. When the corpse of Captain Howdy returns to life, he begins killing townspeople, turning them in to turtleneck wearing zombies who say only "What difference does it make?" It's all tied in to the spirit that inhabits the light in the lighthouse. Completely non-sensical, cheesy, and juevenille, it's also inexplicably entertaining. Set on the Oregon coast, the movie does contain a certain cool atmosphere that adds to the movies charm. A lot of well known character actors make the most of their small roles, including Murray Hamilton, spoofing his own role of the town mayor from Jaws. As usual, he refuses to close the beaches. Watch for John Larroquette in a small role as the worlds worst tour boat guide, Bob X. Cursion. Other genre character actors include Richard "Jaws" Kiel, Julie "Catwoman" Newmar, Franklyn Ajaye, and Cindy Pickett. Parodies of Dracula, Jaws, The Exorcist, Friday the 13th, Night Of The Living Dead, and countless others abound, culminating in a dancing zombie musical number. Not a gut busting laugh riot, but incredibly charming, and undeniably fun. I don't think the movie ever got a theatrical release. It's one of those movies I discovered long ago on cable, thinking I was the only one who ever saw it. Over the years I've met many others who have the same "Oh yeah, I remember that movie! I love that movie!" moment of recognition when I mention it. A cult movie if there ever was one.
(jp) wrote: Ride the High Country is a great western that had so much potential to turn into just another forgettable western, but under Sam Peckinpah's incredible direction refuses to. Randolph Scott and Joel McCrea play incredibly well off of each other and wind down their careers on an incredibly high note. Peckinpah brilliantly straddles the line between a fun buddy western and also manages to get downright disturbing (the wedding and... reception at the whorehouse) while foreshadowing what would become later, darker territory for him. I almost lost my shit when McCrea called the gang redneck peckerwoods during the final showdown and Christ, how I loved this movie...!
(de) wrote: Magnolia is a very weird, dark movie, totally sucks you in...this movie is genius
(ca) wrote: Wednesday, December 8, 2010 (1967) To Sir, With Love DRAMA Although, actor Sidney Poiter was in the previous film similar to this one that also deals with troubled youths in schools, he used to play one in the 1955 film called "Blackboard Jungle", which his role was only a minor one. And even though, "Blackboard Jungle" was the first film to address the problem of troubled teenagers, "To Sir With Love" is probably the solution to that problem. And this time, Poiter returns as a teacher named "Mr. Thackeray", or his students address him as "Sir", who's adapting to a particular class with the students intentions was to drive him crazy enough to leave the school altogether. He was able to understand the students, which would eventually lead the class in accepting him instead. It is a concept that can still hold today, even with all the technology that has come to play. To introduce all of life's values into classroom's before their final year had not always been used, but should be in some instances which works well with this film just like in real life. The song "To Sir With Love" sung by actress and singer Lulu was also an instant hit. 3.5 out of 4 stars
(au) wrote: Lifted is another slice of inspiration from Pixar.