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Toby K (ca) wrote: You can think of this movie as a really good fan film. I don't like to think of this as a professional film at all. It does look like it was edited by a caffeinated monkey.
Michael T (nl) wrote: Uneven and overlong.
Jarryd R (ru) wrote: wanna see it i cant wAIT LOL !!!
Jessica T (ru) wrote: One of those movies where I saw the box and groaned when my husband wanted to watch it, but that I ended up enjoying the movie overall in the end. It was pretty funny and the cast was very good.
Rodney E (ru) wrote: Peter Jackson's gonzo puppet show is about as unconventional as it gets. From a rabbit who is convinced that he has an std to a hippo going postal to a fox singing about sodomy, Meet the Feebles is like the Muppet Show and John Waters getting together. While Dead Alive and Bad Taste may be more far out and gross, Feebles is delightfully bizarre and puppets are always fun
Jennifer D (ru) wrote: I loved this poignant film and the casting was amazing. Bittersweet and funny and as a care aide doing home care for seniors...all too real. Two thumbs up.
Anders A (fr) wrote: Visually stunning, sought together with spellbinding music. Capturing the third worlds daily life and parts of its ancient culture. But, it never manages to outplay Koyaanisqatsi.
Weul S (ca) wrote: Why is one of cinema's greatest scores attached to such a boring film?
Stuart K (kr) wrote: Released as Doppelgnger in Europe, this was Gerry and Sylvia Anderson's first foray into live-action cinema, even though the Thunderbirds films had been flops. Universal saw potential for this mind-bending science fiction project, and got Robert Parrish, (Casino Royale (1967) and The Bobo (1967)), to direct it, despite best intentions, it comes out a bit half-baked, despite good special effects. In 2069, it's discovered on an unmanned mission to the Sun that there's a planet on the other side of the sun on Earth's same orbital path. EUROSEC director Jason Webb (Patrick Wymark) has to plan a manned mission to this other planet before the East get their first, and with funding from NASA, gets American astronaut Colonel Glenn Ross (Roy Thinnes) and British astrophysicist Dr John Kane (Ian Hendry) to man the mission to the other planet. But, things start going awry when they get there, everything is reversed, even the print in books. But, on this earth, there's Jason Webb (Patrick Wymark), who claims they aborted the mission three weeks into their flight, which Ross denies. It's a product of it's time, although it has some brilliant special effects by Anderson regular Derek Meddings, but we've seen it all before on Thunderbirds and Captain Scarlett. It does seem like this was padded out a bit to make it movie length. It's quite trippy in places, but you can tell 2001: A Space Odyssey was a big influence.