With only three weeks left in his three year contract, Sam Bell is getting anxious to finally return to Earth. He is the only occupant of a Moon-based manufacturing facility along with his computer and assistant, GERTY. When he has an accident however, he wakens to find that he is not alone.
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(br) wrote: I'm normally not a fan of documentries, but this feels like a powerful & honest one, it's on my "Must See" list
(us) wrote: Outcast (Colm McCarthy, 2010)There's a great, great sequence about an hour into Outcast that sums up pretty much everything I found compelling about this movie, the first feature from veteran TV director McCarthy (Murphy's Law), which he co-wrote with Tom K. McCarthy (no idea if they're any relation). Tomatsk (Josh Whitelaw in his first screen appearance), a mentally challenged boy of indeterminate age (I suspect late teens/early twenties, but it is never disclosed), goes through a series of coincidences that may, or may not, put him in harm's way. But Tomatsk is never the main player in any of these scenes, save the final one; he's on the sidelines, and we're led to believe he's a bit player, a piece of window dressing or local color, until we realize that, in fact, this entire sequence of events has led up to Tomatsk being in this alley at this particular time, and we hear one thing just as the camera pans round and we see another, and god if it isn't tempting indeed to believe the lord loves drunks and fools, but god is nowhere to be found in this tale of warring magics and forbidden love.Plot: Mary (Prometheus' Kate Dickey) and her son Fergal (Niall Bruton in his first feature appearance) are wanderers, and they've just settled into a new flat in the heart of Dublin's tenement district. Mary is a witch, and her first act after the bags are unpacked is to paint the walls with protective runes against any who would harm her or Fergal. Living next door is a Scots/Romany family, but most we see of them, save a single scene (the first scene in the sequence I described in the first paragraph, in fact) is fetching Petronella (Hanna Stanbridge, also in her feature debut) and her brother Tomatsk. Fergal and Petronella meet by chance one day outside the local grocery, and nothing is quite the same after that. But love brings vulnerability, and Mary and Fergal's settling has not gone unnoticed: a pair of magicians, Liam and is apprentice Cathal (Red Tails's Ciaran McMenamin and Millions' James Nesbitt) are tracking them, though the local Laird (Braveheart's James Cosmo) is wary of their presence, and an inhuman beast seems also to be stalking the family, striking closer to home with each kill."Urban fantasy" has been one of the great buzzwords in publishing for about a decade now, stories of faerie transplanted to New York or LA or Vegas or London, but this is the first time I've ever seen a movie that I can say with no qualms is a serious attempt as making a film that qualifies as urban fantasy. And despite McCarthy's falling to convention in the last fifteen minutes or so and filling the ending full of twists (though all of them are as carefully set up as the scene above), there's no doubt this film fills the bill. McCarthy has taken a tale of wizards and witches and set it in Dublin, plastered it over with that dark, oppressive urban-fantasy atmosphere, even thrown in the requisite romance subplot, and the entire damn thing succeeds. It succeeds, I think, because (I'm hypothesizing here, but this is how it feels to me) McCarthy, since he was working in a field very popular in literature but almost nonexistent in film, approached this as a novel. He thought a lot about setting up that sequence I talked about in the opening paragraph, and that's not an anomaly; that's the way this movie goes. The movie is slow during the first half, but that's what comes from taking your time to develop your characters; I don't think most film viewers will have a problem with that if they don't go in expecting a big action film. It helps, of course, that the McCarthys have written characters that they actually do develop. If the movie does have a flaw, it's that the main characters are so realistic that the two-dimensional minor characters (the women from the Tenement Association, Petronella's ex-boyfriend, and the Laird are all good examples) stand out maybe more than they should. But I wasn't willing to let that interfere with my enjoyment of what is otherwise an excellent piece of work. This is truly must-see TV for fans of urban fantasy. ****
(ca) wrote: Dumb, Stupid, Poor production!! THIS MOVIE OUTRIGHT SUCKED!!! Why did Edward Furlong waste his time with this movie???? Speaking of Edward Furlong (Terminator 2: Judgement Day, American History X) Looked aweful! He looked like he has been spending too much time at McDonald's eating fast food and smoking crack! The murder scenes looked so fake, and really bad! I am disappointed I wasted my time watching this piece of crap!!! NO STARS FOR YOU!!! BLAH!
(ru) wrote: If you're a Democrat, Anti-Bush, or just plain hated the actions of the 2000 or 2004, this is perfect for you. I felt like a lot of the documentary was more focused on Cynthia McKinney and not so much giving information as to how and why black voters were denied the right to vote. Overall, it was a little bit of a yawner but informative.
(ca) wrote: Stephen Fry's directing debut is brilliant. The cast are totally amazing, and the colour scgemes and storyline beautiful. Highly recommended!
(nl) wrote: Nick Broomfield, you either love him or loathe him and I think I fall into the latter category. He makes very little here go not a very long way. The final culmination is a prison interview which you're holding your breath for but reveals little. Biggie Smalls Mother is the only interesting interviewee really, don't bother!
(us) wrote: this is the stupidest movie ever. it can make me laugh in some parts, but then I feel really cheap afterwards.
(br) wrote: Great movie. I loved it. At some parts the story, it didn't weave together. Overall, a 92%
(ag) wrote: DEATH MACHINE (1994)
(mx) wrote: Intense romantic period drama set against the backdrop of the Mexican Revolution
(kr) wrote: Harriet Andersson and Ake Gronberg put on fantastic performances. But for me, the scene that sticks in my head the most is seeing the clown pick up his wife naked in the ocean then bring her back without any clothes. There are so many heart breaking scenes in this movie. Ingmar Bergman shows off his unique visual style, which never ceases to amaze me. It was cool to watch the scene with Albert and Anne after he forces out of her that she slept with another man. The shot leads up to one of my favorite shots in his movie that comes out over a decade later: Persona. In times, I almost felt like he was saying that their suffering was an art form, just like theater acting and the circus itself.
(gb) wrote: This is the final film in the infamous Blood Trilogy from director Herschell Gordon Lewis and producer David Friedman. The trilogy also includes superior films "Blood Feast" and "Two Thousand Maniacs". While "Color Me Blood Red" is the most inferior film in the trilogy, it is still worth at least a one time viewing. The film does lack one thing that the other 2 films in the trilogy have and that is an original score. Both of the previous entries include a soundtrack that was scored by Lewis himself but for some odd reason he decided to use "canned" music for this one. The gore effects are also inferior to the other 2 entries...there aren't as many but one effect in particular is especially grotesque (this would be the scene where a woman is shown strung from the ceiling with her intestines dangling out and the villain squeezes the blood out of them in order to finish his painting). All in all this is one of the least entertaining of Lewis' gore films but is definitely worth a peek.
(fr) wrote: This movie was fantastic. It moved me to tears....