An aviatrix emerges from the jungle looking as young as she was when her plane went down many years before. Unscrupulous hunters discover that this is due to a secret fountain of youth. ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Joel C (ca) wrote: THE BEST ACTION MOVIE EVER, ENOUGH SAID!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Whitney W (fr) wrote: Upon watching my first Xavier Dolan film, "Heartbeats", I wasn't impressed. The film was just a pretty face: aesthetically pleasing but lacking any merit beyond superficiality. Dolan did show genuine talent with visuals, effectively creating moods using tools like unusual shot perspectives, lighting, and colors but I honestly didn't care what was happening beyond that and checked out mentally early on. I did see glimpses of something more but the characters were of a quality that was jarring and difficult to like. There was an artifice in the main storyline that was only broken by the brief little interviews that were spattered throughout the film. I quickly judged Dolan to be a snarky, self-indulgent, pretentious talent. I decided to watch "I Killed My Mother" on a whim because I was in the mood for something pretty and wanted to give Dolan another shot. Those little glimpses of something more in "Heartbeats" dominated this film. This film is raw and wonderful. It incorporates some of the more elaborate, surreal aesthetics present in "Heartbeats" but regardless of whether or not the characters are likeable they are real. Sometimes painfully so, which makes the bits of surrealism all the more welcome. The acting is fantastic and the autobiographical nature is very noticeable. These qualities complement one another and make for a beautiful film. For some reason though I was wondering towards the end how the French language affected the film and how different it would feel in English. I'm starting to wonder how language can be used to influence mood. Now that I have seen more of Dolan I may revisit Heartbeats with a new perspective.
Jerry K (jp) wrote: As a rabbi and teacher of "Jews on Screen," I have seen more than my share of Holocaust films. "La Rafle" was truly the straw which broke this cinemaphile's back. There is just so much horrific realistic cenema one can take. The realism, the performances, the true story of the French collaboration with the Nazis in 1942 was more than either of us could endure. Elements of the film are deriviative of other great Holocaust films and documentaries. I doubt that I shall be adding any more Holocaust films to my queue any longer. Enough is enough. I do hope that the current generation and future generations will watch this film and remember this dreadful chapter in our world's history.
Chris A (nl) wrote: Anchorman 2 is a movie that thrives in the stupidity that makes other films fail. In a very self-aware fashion, it delivers a host of great jokes and quotable lines that are sure to amuse those looking for a lighthearted laugh.
Ryan M (jp) wrote: um i like it reminds me of old clasics
Alec B (au) wrote: from what i remember it was a good movie!
Carol H (kr) wrote: I watched this as a recommendation from a friend back in high school. And while I liked it back then, I don't think I would like it much now.
Mo B (gb) wrote: Rating: 73%Though it's pretty sloppy through most of the film, School of Rock rocks with laugh-inducing beats and a rhythmic final act.
Andrew M (gb) wrote: My ALL-TIME FAVORITE MOVIE EVER! Great movie for those that make sabotaging their own happiness a way of life!
Ken W (mx) wrote: Trying to capitalize on the success of the Amazing Colossal Man, Lt. Col. Glenn Manning returns in this continuation of the story, although not marketed as a sequel. Glenn is now 60 feet tall, disfigured, and grunts a lot, apparently he's got brain trauma, and is no longer able to speak. Bent on eating and playing with toy cars, and terrifying puny humans. As expected, he's drugged, captured, escapes, captured again, this time bound with chains 10 times the required strength to hold him. You guessed it, he escapes again, and boy is he upset! He goes on a destruction spree. His sister manages to make him realize what he had done, and he electrocutes himself, also miraculously changing the filmstock from black and white to glorious color! The lack of any actual character development or interaction, and a lack of sympathy for Glenn (since he's just a brainless monster), really make this a lackluster film. With no protagonist to root for, there's little to hold your interest.
Adam M (gb) wrote: Compassion and wonder and in a way, science.
Sean L (kr) wrote: Philanthropic deceit
Miguel R (fr) wrote: A couple of errors but its fine
Timothy M (kr) wrote: This movie is atrocious, it promotes capitalism, militarism, and GENOCIDE! Gene Roddenberry would have had a heart attack had he seen this monstrosity. This s my second-most hated movie, only second to Titan A.E. Toxicity!