Space Probe Taurus

Space Probe Taurus

In the year 2000 the spaceship Hope One sets off to find new galaxies for colonization. However, an encounter with an alien being and a swarm of meteorites sends the ship streaking off course into a sea of monsters on an uncharted world. Written by Jeremy Lunt

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:81 minutes
  • Release:1965
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:space,   monster,   spaceship,  

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Rebecka M (ru) wrote: I love everything about this movie! When is the sequel?!

Andri A (kr) wrote: An albanian family blood feud

Sheila C (ca) wrote: Quirky, but unoriginal, romantic comedy. Similar to Kissing Jessica Stein

Dann M (fr) wrote: An extraordinary documentary, 9/11 provides a firsthand account of the Word Trade Center collapse. While following a rookie New York firefighter during his first year on the job, documentarians Jules and Gedeon Naudet find themselves in the middle of the greatest disaster in American history. The footage is quite raw and heightens the intensity of the film. However, the editing is extremely poor, as is the narration. While 9/11 contains some incredible material, it's a haphazard documentary that lacks a clear focus.

Frit F (us) wrote: A sorrow and human depiction of a realistic suburban/community family drama similar to "Ordinary People" This depressing, but ultimately somewhat emotionally rewarding, yet stone story was very intimate feeling and well directed & written by Todd Field. This was one of the most interesting watches I've had recently.The film started out pretty uninteresting and conventional, but then turned into a slow-burning almost thriller type of film.The dull first act or so, weird editing, and boring storytelling near the beginning were kinda flawed to me, but once I got more into this film it gripped me more and left me cold and upset.By the end of it I had the same feeling as I did after Field's other film "Little Children" ended. I wanted it to keep going due to the uncertain future and overall intrigue I had in the characters. "In the Bedroom" may not be the most jolly or entertaining watch for some, but it did something strange to me and I think Todd Field has a good way of doing that with the stories he tells in his films and the themes they hold.I'd like to see more from him.

Eric H (es) wrote: This is an awesome movie, and if you haven't seen it, you should go to the video store right now and rent it. First off, the cast is superb. Not only does it have current stars, like Ryan Philippe and Billy Bob Thornton, but it also has your stars of yesteryear like Judge Reinhold. It also has numerous cameos by actors like Jon Bon Jovi, Ted Danson, and Jamie Lee Curtis. Second off, the story was quite good also. It was interesting how they took a plot for a stoner movie, and almost made it dramatic. It takes the drug situation in the United States, and instead of giving it a comedic face like in "Half Baked" it has a true, life lesson image like "Traffic". So watch this movie, if you're a stoner it will give you insight into something you love, if you don't do drugs it will give you a more realistic view of drugs than either side wants you to see.

owen b (ag) wrote: Jurassic park in my opinion is one of the greatest and most re-watchable movies of all time. there is a flaw with the film and that's the scene where one of the raptors enters the kitchen and you can see the hand of someone studying it. that's really the only flaw I can find. it's just a perfect movie in so many ways. if you haven't seen this movie, what are you doing with your life?Owens grade: A+

Rosco B (ru) wrote: British director Bernard Rose gives us a low-key curio, a childs-eye view of feverish fantasy before he delivered more straightforward horror thrills with the later genre classic 'Candyman'. Indeed, 'Paperhouse' reaches its zenith as a scary movie about an hour in, and from then on becomes a sort of psychological drama as Anna - the young female protagonist - attempts to deal with her illness-induced problems in the real world. The film's recurring dream sequences stem from 11 year old Anna's basic pencil drawings during a bout of glandular fever and work superbly; giving the film a strong visual motif from the outset and drawing lingeringly on childhood fears and desires, some of which are proved to be frighteningly irretractable. The use of the shadowed father figure (Ben Cross) - absent in the real world - as the antagonist in these dreams provides the film with its effective shock moments, and Rose makes excellent, sparing use of sound and composition. The 'Paperhouse' itself is a stark, concrete vision and acts as a creepy purgatory for the children, in a way that almost intones the cold, stone corridors of Clive Barker's visions of hell. Charlotte Burke as Anna doesn't always entirely convince in the acting stakes but she has a very difficult task of holding together the fantasy and realistic elements, and certainly conveys both the charm and the infuriating nature possessed by an 11 year old. American star Glenne Headly also makes a welcome appearance as Anna's under-pressure mother. 'Paperhouse' is fairly easy and cheap to get hold of in on DVD in the UK, and is certainly worth a punt for fans of ghost stories, if not those of out-and-out horror. It is to me also strongly reminiscent of Frank LaLoggia's 'Lady In White' from the same era in its dream-like passages; and would make a great double bill with it.

Allan C (fr) wrote: I wasn't familiar with any of the actors in this film or the people behind the camera of this Shaw Brothers film, but it was a surprisingly quality production with a better than average story. The "Embroidery Bandit" has been stealing treasures and blinding his victims, so the martial arts hero of the film is called in to solve the mystery. The Amazons part of the English title comes in when the hero begins to suspect the all-woman Clan of the Red Shoes. The fight scenes are well done if not particularly memorable, but the story was clever and different from the standard three or four martial arts film stories that usually get recycled over and over again.