In a futuristic city sharply divided between the working class and the city planners, the son of the city's mastermind falls in love with a working class prophet who predicts the coming of a savior to mediate their differences. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
In a futuristic city sharply divided between the working class and the city planners, the son of the city's mastermind falls in love with a working class prophet who predicts the coming of a savior to mediate their differences.
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Runa S (kr) wrote: Well-crafted thriller!
Sam F (br) wrote: Just my favorite movie, i also recommend the book The Way of the Peaceful Warrior and Journey of Socrates, There is a movie of this second book coming next year.
Jesse O (gb) wrote: I can't believe I've never actually reviewed this movie on this site. For the longest time I thought I had. I don't expect this to be a long review, since it is a film I've seen twice, the second time was on Saturday. And, for some reason, I got a real itch to watch this movie again, just to see if it held up as well as I remembered it when I went to see it in the theaters all those years ago. And, surprise surprise, the movie held up quite well considering. Then again, while ten years is a really long time, it's also not really that long. I think the real test will be if this movie holds up in 2026, when it celebrates its 20th anniversary. This really is just several notches below the first Anchorman, not by much, but it is some notches below. With that said, outside of some moments where it slows down, after Ricky Bobby is kicked out NASCAR, this movie is really fucking entertaining. Perhaps the one thing that surprised me the most, upon second viewing, is the fact that the film is actually consistently entertaining. And I say this because movies as heavy on sight gags and slapstick (with some really clever improv'd lines in there) usually are a bit of a mixed bag and they may have a great amount of hilarious moments, but there's also as many scenes that aren't as funny. That's just the nature of the beast. But I think this film does a great job at finding a way to keep you entertained or laughing throughout its running length. Maybe the film is too long for its own good, but the film has an excellent cast that they do make these flaws not as insufferable as it would be in other films. That's to be expected when you have a talented supporting cast that includes John C. Reilly, Sacha Baron Cohen, Jane Lynch, Gary Cole, Amy Adams, among many others. There are so many bits in the film that I really can't even begin to go over them without leaving out many others. One of my favorite ones, dating back to when I first saw the film, definitely had to be the car wreck that kept going through the commercial break. Really, this movie is full of memorable moments. Like I said, just far too many to go through right now. That's about it really, I realize this was a shitty review, then again, I don't think I've ever written a good one, but this was a really fun movie that you should see if you haven't yet. It's on Netflix, so there you go. Highly recommended.
Matthew T (ag) wrote: Tough subject matter. I can't believe there were facilities like that at one time.
Derek F (ag) wrote: I liked that the mountain climbing climax was suspenseful, Columbo was entertaining and the detente resolution felt fitting. I didn't like some of the gags, Bouquet's wooden acting and that the not-too-formidable villain. It's a sober return to form compared to Moonraker's excesses. In it's own right, it's a competent but standard spy film.
Dan P (de) wrote: An accurate portrayal of war time Britain, bit slushy in places, but overall a worthy WW2 picture.
Sharon W (au) wrote: Anyone who's an AI and needs an elegant explanation needs to watch this film!
Hayden H (es) wrote: do I plan to go through painfully clinched teen slasher horror formula anytime soon with Sinister 2, Raimi's Poltergeist, Del Toro's Crimson Peaks, and Wingard's The Guest around the corner? To be Captain Obvious... N... O...