In the quiet waters of the Mississippi, body parts are being discovered. No one knows what is behind it all, until a huge man eating bull shark turns up. This bull shark is different, as it can breath in fresh water, making a deadly encounter between anyone who comes before it. John Sanders must now try and reach the surface, with his ex-wife and whilst being held hostage.
- Stars:Lou Diamond Phillips, Kristy Swanson, Coolio, Jaimz Woolvett, Rob Boltin, Langley Kirkwood, Dennis Haskins, Gideon Emery, Charles Dumas, Clive Scott, Nicholas Andrews, Hilton Myburgh, Garth Collins, Tumisho Masha, Shirley Davidson,
- Director:Charles Robert Carner,
- Writer:J.D. Feigelson, Chris Mack
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(kr) wrote: The Darkest Hour is the story of five young people who find themselves stranded in Moscow, fighting to survive in the wake of a devastating alien attack. The thriller highlights the classic beauty of Moscow alongside mind-blowing special effects.
(au) wrote: disgusting and tender.
(ca) wrote: sweet, fluffy and cute at times, but the obnoxious friend, the revolting ending and the mindless stupidity of this movie at times, just ruins it really. It could have been done so much better and lord I wish it had been.
(de) wrote: Charming little film about mostly charmless people. The cast is splendid. Robert Carlyle's Jimmy is the hard guy who is still really a selfish little boy - we all know them - but Rhys Ifans is just amazing as the weak rival for Shirley (Shirley Henderson - Harry Potter's Moaning Myrtle) who is ultimately the hero. Ricky Tomlinson and Kathy Burke support with conviction. Most of us probably don't know these sorts of people, but I suspect that somehow this stuff is based upon some close observation. I hope so.
(it) wrote: GAYEST MOVIE EVA!!!!!!! DO NOT SEE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
(fr) wrote: Le meilleur de Dupontel
(mx) wrote: Nota: 9.3/10 - 4.5/5
(br) wrote: a great movie me and my sister used to watch as kids. I think this was one of her favorites
(ag) wrote: it's a pretty rough movie to sit through...everything is so terrible that the only way to sit through this without falling asleep is to sit back and make fun of everything....but even that isn't as fun as it is with most movies.
(nl) wrote: Spencer Tracy visits a little desert town with a big secret in John Sturges' "Bad Day at Black Rock", and encounters all sorts of hostile townsfolk who intend to keep him from discovering it. It's much to screenwriter Millard Kaufman's credit that the secret in question is clearly implied for most of the film, but that our intrigue seldom waivers. Spencer Tracy makes an appealing protagonist because he doesn't play a dogged sleuth, but a war-vet on a personal mission of closure who happens to run afoul small town corruption and politics. The film touches on themes of racial intolerance and prejudice, perhaps pointing an unfair finger at certain regions of the continent as being more culpable than others.
(de) wrote: surdose de mauvais gags raciste et de ktainerie !