Mega Shark vs. Crocosaurus
When the prehistoric warm-water beast the Crocosaurus crosses paths with that cold-water monster the Mega Shark, all hell breaks loose in the oceans as the world's top scientists explore every option to halt the aquatic frenzy. Swallowing everything in their paths -- including a submarine or two -- Croc and Mega lead an explorer and an oceanographer on a wild chase. Eventually, the desperate men turn to a volcano for aid.
- Stars:Gary Stretch, Jaleel White, Sarah Lieving, Robert Picardo, Gerald Webb, Dylan Vox, Hannah Cowley, Steve Mason, Robert R. Shafer, Nicola Lambo, Michael Gaglio, Sean Cory, Tarnue Massaquoi, Bechir Sylvain, Anica Barbosa,
- Director:Christopher Ray,
- Writer:Micho Rutare (story), Naomi L. Selfman (screenplay)
A megalodon battles with a crocosaurus causing massive destruction. The US Army has to try and destroy the havoc creating monsters. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(de) wrote: There is this blurb on one of the critics reviews for this movie on here that says that this is a premise and I would definitely have to agree with that. There's a good concept here with Andrew, inviting his closest friends, to the desert in order to help him heal and move on from his mother's death, seemingly taking advantage of that and asking to have sex with all of the women on the trip, three of them, at the same time. The film deals with how everyone around Andrew reacts to this proposition. But, to be fair, it just isn't that interesting nor does it really ever develop into anything that has any insight. Not to mention the fact that Andrew never comes off as likable, he just comes across as someone who's using a terrible situation in order to manipulate his friends, or rather their girlfriends, into doing something they normally wouldn't do. And, again, much like I mentioned in my previous review for Darkness on the Edge of Town, a character doesn't have to be empathetic or likable in order to tell a compelling story. But this one doesn't have a likable character nor does it have a compelling story. The cast is talented, but no one is really given much to do, they're all plot devices to help movie Andrew's quest for 'love' forward. There are hints and pieces of a good movie here, like Andrew's and Hannah's worsening relationship due to Andrew's inability to accept any kind of external help, which therefore leads Hannah to seek comfort in Owen, who clearly has the hots for her. So there's something here, but they just give you bits and pieces at a time. It never comes together into a satisfying whole. Part of the problem is that this is just aimless, like you're never clear where things are going and what the endgame is supposed to be. There are also some tonal issues which really end up hurting the movie as well. Not that this was meant to be a side-splitting comedy, but there's some real serious moments in the film that just end up feeling out of place here. And the comedy, what is there, isn't anything special. There's a couple of chuckles, of course, but nothing that's really noteworthy or anything. It's a shame too, cause this cast is full of some really talented actors. Jason Ritter is always good, Melanie Lynskey is an excellent actress, among others. So it's a shame to see them in a film that's so lifeless and so empty. It is ironic, in a sense, since the characters in the film are staying in a house in the desert, that's completely isolated and lifeless. At best, you can watch this movie and not have any real problems getting through it, like it's not something that'll make you pull your hair out. It's a perfectly fine movie, but it's not something that'll make much impression after you watch it, or even as you're watching it. It never comes together to tell a fulfilling or enjoyable narrative, it's just a collection of theme and ideas thrown together, hoping that a good cast would fill the rest of the gaps. They didn't, not because they didn't try, but because the script hampered them. So I can't really recommend this, even if you can do much worse than this.
(mx) wrote: An escaped convict from Afghanistan on a land he does not know..against everyone and everything trying to survive a few more minutes at a time..Do not expect explosions, the movie's style is more enigmatic and meditative. No words spoken , exceptional powerful and poetic.
(es) wrote: Witness the global tragedy of 9/11 in a deeply personal and utterly unique way: through the images and sounds captured by New Yorkers as the terror attack unfolded.The date is forever reserved for reflection and remembrance. Nothing made sense that morning, and it is incredible to look back now and realize how quickly the world-changing events occurred: a mere 102 minutes passed from first impact to the collapse of the second tower.Piecing together video and audio from over a hundred sources - amateur and professional photographers, voicemails, emergency dispatch recordings, network out-takes and much more - 102 Minutes That Changed America presents the attack as it was experienced.Relive that infamous morning through the raw sights and sounds of confusion, uncertainty and fear as the terror unfolded, and remember the bravery and valour of ordinary citizens and emergency crews. Intensely personal, universally affecting, 102 Minutes That Changed America presents an authentic and reverential chronicle of the unforgettable events of 9/11.The film is followed by I-Witness to 9/11, an 18-minute documentary short featuring nine of the stories behind these unforgettable images and sounds.
(ag) wrote: i definitely recommend this documentary.
(ca) wrote: I WANT THIS MOVIE AT ANY COST...EITHER ON DVD OR VHS
(mx) wrote: Friendship, Love, Understanding, Fathfulness, together til the end..Brilliant.
(gb) wrote: Sho Kosugi and the fucking Dammage himself. I can only liken watching this film to coming home from work and finding your wife has gone out for the night and left a Swedish sex pixie to cook Steak for you. AWEFUCKINGSOME!!!!
(nl) wrote: Switching actors in the sequel rarely bodes well, and this movie is a case in point: Kirk Douglas' star performance from the first film is sorely missed.
(fr) wrote: One of the most significant childhood memories I ever had watching this movie for the first time.
(it) wrote: Good, but not great, Alfred Hitchcock crime-drama. Back story and set up are good. As usual, Hitchcock maintains a decent level of tension and mystery.Scenery and cinematography are amazing. Set in the South of France, it makes you want to travel to there, and wish that you lived there.However, the movie isn't always interesting. It drifts, in spells, and seems padded at times. Far too wordy at times, and unnecessarily so.Also, the big twist / revelation isn't that much of a surprise.Good performances by Cary Grant and Grace Kelly in the lead roles. The chemistry between them is a bit hit-and-miss though, possibly due too the differences in their ages.