Schwarzenegger: Total Rebuild

Schwarzenegger: Total Rebuild

After an absence of five years, six times Mr Olympia winner Arnold Schwarzenegger makes a comeback and attempts to take the World Body Building Championship for the 7th time.

After an absence of five years, six times Mr Olympia winner Arnold Schwarzenegger makes a comeback and attempts to take the World Body Building Championship for the 7th time. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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JohnnyLee T (us) wrote: Intelligent, well-acted drama set in and around Naples. Makes its points unhurriedly. Only criticism was that plot really had only one way to go. Oh, and the sepia colour of the print - obviously to align with the mood of the characters but it's a pity that it dulled the stunning setting.

Alec B (gb) wrote: I basically sobbed through a good portion of this, but I don't know how you couldn't. Its not a film that asks any real questions of the audience and I don't think it will change any minds about the "right to die" issue. However it presents unflinching scenarios of painful, ugly death and the prospect of choice and control in death. Its moving without ever being overly sentimental or political.

K W (jp) wrote: Pretty slow moving and not that interesting of a story. Skip this one.

Paul P (ca) wrote: First thing is first, its an absolute delight to see the master Francis Ford Coppola back to doing original stories. The black and white cinematography by Mihai Malaimare is so visually enthralling and wonderful. The performances by Gallo and Alden Ehrenreich are fantastic, Ehrenreich could be a special actor in the years to come. The story is very simple and when it winds down it loses focus but the performances and cinematography make it happen.

Ahmad K (nl) wrote: I don't know about those damn critics but hell i loved this move!!!

Ken D (au) wrote: Had some decent laugh out loud moments. Kind of reminded me of 80's horror films except that this had some CGI. I did like when one of the zombies got punched in the face and his jaw was awkward looking and he puts it back into place. Really wasn't much of a horror movie though.

Jason S (jp) wrote: Gore gore gore gore.

Allan C (us) wrote: Easily the best of the Blade films and the credit clearly goes to director Guillermo del Toro who leaves his unmistakable fingerprints all over this film. The creativity he brought to the creatures in the film, particularly the reapers, the various weapons, to the costumes, and to the overall production design all have a similar look to his other films such as "Pan's Labyrinth," "Mimic," or the Hellboy series. The first Blade film had an amazing opening scene with the vampire blood bath rave, but the filmmakers made the mistake of having to subsequence scene top that one and the rest of the film was merely a slick piece of entertainment. The third film was an obvious pander to gain a wider audience with it's PG-13 rating and inclusion of more humor, with was a low point for the series. This second film is the clear high point. David S. Goyer wrote all three films, but it's all del Toro who makes this film special. The story involves Blade making an unlikely alliance with the Vampire Council to rid the world of a new breed of vampire called Reapers. Wesley Snipes is good in the lead and Kris Kristofferson is alway a treat in any role. The supporting cast is particularly strong here though with Ron Perlman as a Vampire Council special forces operative who's looking for any excuse to end the alliance and kill Blade. I was also surprised when re-watching this film to see Norman Reedus of "The Walking Dead" fame in the film. I remembered the character, but had never placed Reedus in this film, even though he still has the same Daryl Dixon hair, but he's quite good as Blade's gadget-maker helper. The top that all off with the vastly under-appreciated Donnie Yen as part of the Vampire Council fighters and gets to show off in a few excellent marital arts sequences. Yen is also credited as the film's fight choreographer and most of the fights in this film are quite a cut above the other two Blade films. I remember when this film first came out, when I read Roger Ebert's review and there was no way I could NOT see this film after seeing Ebert start his review describing the film as a "brilliant vomitorium of viscera." That sentence pretty well lets any potential viewer know if they would be interested in this film or not. I was very taken by the vomitorium.

Eric L (br) wrote: Genie named Jeanie grants guys every wish. He gets his dream girl but in the end decides he loves the genie and tells her so...realizing he will lose not only the wishes he had, but any future wishes. The genie then becomes human. Great.

Dylan W (it) wrote: Riggs get a love interest that lives. I understand the plot and see were they wanted to take the film, but you kinda don't care. I could of done with more of Leo Getz personally. It felt like more sub plots because you don't have interest in them. Overall you have Gibson and Glover still at their best, which still makes for a fun movie.

Spencer P (es) wrote: Even if not completely as striking as it was aiming for, this remains a strong WWII movie from a still-unrecognized point of view that brings out Spielberg's best in detail and human drama, and represents a shining start for Christian Bale.

Ryan B (br) wrote: The premise feels not much of a stretch from The Exorcist: tweenage daughter is having bad dreams, prototypical 70's neurotic Manhattan Mom, Dad stoic and unable to think outside that tiny testosterone-enforced box etc. Despite the obvious rip-off, this one starts off fairly compelling and creepy. But, once the supernatural element is rendered rather bland, the plot becomes silly and insipid.The acting from Hopkins is great despite some poor writing at times - in fact, the writing is all but Airplane-esque when given to the supporting cast (see the courtroom scene as just one glaring example). Marsha Mason is classic, almost a caricature of the Excorcist mom; Beck (Dad) is the Marlboro Man remade as Wall Street something-or-other. Finally, Susan Swift, debuting at 13 years of age, is wonderfully creepy at times (think Regan), and equally irritating at others; ultimately I'm left feeling cold towards her well-being, and a crucial foundation of this film is destroyed. I was entertained through most of this film, but the gut-level 'care' factor was definitely lost for me around midway, along with most intellectual interest in the telling of the story, save for some mild curiosity regarding how the director was going to wrap things up. And, you guessed correctly, this was further silliness in my opinion.

Maja G (au) wrote: spnnande! rrande att se hur greppet med kameran ur huvudpersonens vinkel br p barnsjukdomar, i en scen r linsen lite sprucken och skdespelarna verkar ibland grna infr det nya.

Katie R (kr) wrote: Strange Cargo is Borzage's most blatantly religious and spiritual films, and one of the strangest films from the studio era. It's unique but wonderful, a combination of religious imagery and romanticism that was rare in Hollywood during code enforcement.

Russ B (ru) wrote: 8/29/2016: A great movie. They did a great job of getting a lot of the details from the book right.

Jon E (br) wrote: Paranormal Activity is an alternative take on the standard horror film. With a more grounded premise, it differs from conventional horror in that it is both more plausible and more typical of human response to the vast majority of horror films. The sequels leave much to be admired, but this feature helped to usher in change in the horror genre. It has, unfortunately, led to some terrible derivatives but does capture interest and leave the viewer enveloped. Though the concept will irritate, or simply just not work for some, it is certainly worth viewing if not to experience something a little different in the genre. The film builds at a reasonable pace and leaves the viewer somewhat satisfied during its climax. A must watch for horror and paranormal fanatics.

Danny M (ca) wrote: Meh. This is hard to rate. I thought it was boring and the cast were interesting didn't enjoy it