The Antarctica Challenge
An up-to-date look at the climate change research currently being done by the scientists stationed in Antarctica.
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Sanity Assassin (de) wrote: cheaply made yet atmospheric and fun. b-movie bliss if you're happy to watch edward furlong and michael madsen face off for 90 minutes
Al P (ru) wrote: Yeah baby!!!!!!! Who'd she use to screw??
juanchi g (jp) wrote: A character driven movie! Highly Recommended!
Filipe C (mx) wrote: Pretty much in the vein of '70s filmmaking, an extremely nihilistic film wrapped in cynicism to depict quite a bleak vision of mankind. It's always a pleasure to watch Jack Krugman and Cassavetes, but ultimately Two Minute Warning isn't much of anything.
Larry W (ca) wrote: Always leaps to mind as my favorite Pasolini film.
Conor R (ru) wrote: this film is actuall alright
Marielle L (ca) wrote: It has it's moments,but it's not scary or imaginative enough where it needs to be,nor is it realistic enough where it needs to be. Half a star just because he looks the part of a killer,and that's it. Don't spend money on this,it's a waste.
Lubna A (fr) wrote: awesome movie... he was soo innocent and smart at the same time! =) defiently worth watching!
Max A (ca) wrote: Garden State is a remarkably surprising movie with pacing that is just as telling as the phenomenal acting by Zach Braff, Natalie Portman, and Peter Sarsgaard, who's role serves as the control that we set the dynamic and evolving lead's characters against.
Julie D (de) wrote: A bit predictable with Gillian Anderson and the guy who played her brother in how they reacted but I really liked Michael Caine and Clemence Poesy. I thought it was a sweet story and I love Paris so it was fun to see his apartment and the surrounding city.
Thaddaeus D (us) wrote: this is one of my favorite shows as well as movies to watch The Penguins of Madagascar the hilarious and I like their situational comedy they use in each and every show and movie keep making them they're great
Leslie K (de) wrote: My mother and I watch this every year at Christmas. It is a real feel good Cinderella story with a twist. We call it "Apple Annie" Yes...you will need a box of Kleenex.
Genaro C (jp) wrote: Serious analysis of this kind of movie would be nothing more than an exercise in futility. Even if the story is not exactly compelling and the historical accuracy is, obviously, extremely loose, the Chan/Wilson double act, inventive action sequences and comedy make this one a rather pleasant surprise.
Craig F (ca) wrote: Just awful. Horrible, horrible movie.
Joe C (br) wrote: How would one parody bad, sleazy, teen romp movies? You intentionally make it badder and sleazier. And that what's exactly what Fox Searchlight did in 1970 with Beyond the Valley of the Dolls. They let artsy, nudie-filmmaker Russ Meyers run riot with a studio budget assaulting the screenplay, written by a surprising source (go ahead, look it up) with a demented brio and a kookily square psychedelia. Gloriously bad, endlessly quotable, and surprisingly restrained, especially by today's standards, but no doubt raunchy and taboo filled. Beyond the Valley of the Dolls features continuity errors out the wazoo, a British lead actress who lets her accent slip several times, and a tastelessly hilarious twist at the end that was a literal afterthought. It's a movie that doesn't take itself even remotely serious. And that's why I respect it. I didn't like it, but I was amused by it. Besides, quality filmmaking is for squares, man. Peace out, daddy-o.