Man-Thing

Man-Thing

Agents of an oil tycoon vanish while exploring a swamp marked for drilling. The local sheriff investigates and faces a Seminole legend come to life: Man-Thing, a shambling swamp-monster whose touch burns those who feel fear.

Agents of an oil tycoon vanish while exploring a swamp marked for drilling. The local sheriff investigates and faces a Seminole legend come to life: Man-Thing, a shambling swamp-monster whose touch burns those who feel fear. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Bill R (ca) wrote: oh my glob! it started ok, I was looking past the horrible acting by the main guy for a while but it just didn't improve. Then it followed the exact same plot as the original fright night but took the entire atory and just made shit. I didn't understand the ending events and why things were happening because it didn't make any damn sense. I would give it a half star but for a straight to dvd movie the graphics were decent...and that's the only thing that was decent. I say skip!

Deborah B (au) wrote: I watched this, but my husband really was the one who needed to see it. We girls have been consumed with this stuff forever, time for the male to become high maintenance!

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Stuart K (ag) wrote: Directed by Joel Schumacher and produced by Jerry Bruckheimer, this is a low-budget true life drama of an investigative journalist who fought against Ireland's brutal drugs trade to expose them. Schumacher and Bruckheimer are known for big, brash productions, here they're very restrained and respectful, but while it scratches the surface of it's subject and drug dealing in Ireland, it doesn't get beneath the surface. In 1994, proud and feisty crime reporter Veronica Guerin (Cate Blanchett) works for the Sunday Independent in Dublin, and she see's for herself how bad the drugs trade in Ireland has become on rough estates, and children being exposed to this world. She interviews drugs victims and it leads her to John Traynor (Ciarn Hinds), who provides her information on dealers, leading her to vicious drug lord John Gilligan (Gerard McSorley), who threatens Guerin and her family, sending hitmen to kill her. They only shoot her in the leg, but she's determined to expose Gilligan and the men who sell the drugs on the streets around Ireland. It's a good film, but it does succumb to cliches that drugs films do. But, Blanchett is brilliant as always, tough and never going to give up. Schumacher does well with the film, and look out for a cameo from Colin Farrell, who appeared as a favour for Schumacher.

Chip C (au) wrote: extremely overrated movie

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Alfonso Kulturmarxist A (ca) wrote: don't really remember much of it more than i liked it. a lot.

Matthew S (ag) wrote: Bob Fosse hired Giuseppe Rotunno's to serve as his cinematographer. It is clear that the idea her is to apply some Fellini-like style to his bold and brave 1979 film. Filled with some truly thrilling moments -- the opening sequence is awe inspiring. But the really interesting aspect of this near masterpiece is the fact that the film doesn't even attempt to hide that it is inspired the filmmaker own life of art, sex and excess. By the time this angry movie reaches its abrupt and grim ending, you're left exhausted and amazed. An innovative, Fellini-esque and magical dance into the void. Brilliant, iconic and a Cinematic Masterwork.

Collier W (gb) wrote: From Lumet, who passed today, this is my favorite so far.

Triston E (ag) wrote: This movie was amazing. It had funny remarks and I think Sean William Scott plays a good idiot.

Dawn J (it) wrote: I love this film. I left school in 1984 so this movie has a kind of nostalgic feel to it for me. Johm Gordon Sinclair is so funny in this. I love the scene where he's almost run over by the learner driver LOL. Watch it if you haven't already!

Brandon W (fr) wrote: Paul W.S. Anderson comes back to the director chair for Resident Evil Afterlife, and boy is it a step down from Extinction. The good stuff are still in there like the action scenes and the effects, well at least some of them that is. The movie actually tried to give off some character development in it, but it did such a poor job on it that I really think that they should've tried harder on it. The acting is not as good as Apocalypse or Extinction, and at times, Milla Jovovich sounds like she has a sore throat. The plot is useless and just as convenient as ever, and I didn't care about the characters even if they put some character development in them. Paul W.S. Anderson put in some slow motion scenes in it which would've been fine, if he didn't overuse it so much. The soundtrack by tomandandy isn't as great as Charlie Clouser's score for Extinction, but the score is still a bit cool to listen to. It's predictable, and it's not as fun to watch as the previous films, in fact, it can be sometimes boring to watch which is the worst thing to say about a film. I wouldn't say that Resident Evil Afterlife is bad as an action zombie movie, but it's very average and it's either in the same leagues, or is actually worse, as the first movie.

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