The Battle of Chernobyl
THE BATTLE OF CHERNOBYL dramatically chronicles the series of harrowing efforts to stop the nuclear chain reaction and prevent a second explosion, to "liquidate" the radioactivity, and to seal off the ruined reactor under a mammoth "sarcophagus." These nerve-racking events are recounted through newly available films, videos and photos taken in and around the plant, computer animation, and interviews with participants and eyewitnesses, many of whom were exposed to radiation, including government and military leaders, scientists, workers, journalists, doctors, and Pripyat refugees.
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(au) wrote: Highly predictable and highly enjoyable. It's great to see a cat in popular entertainment that isn't either evil or sarcastic.
(fr) wrote: Hit and Run is probably one of MGM's fine horror movies that mainly went straight to DVD. Hit and Run is one of the films that also has some great moments but it falls short in different ways. The plot of this film is about a young college girl name Mary Murdock who has a bad bump in the night while driving home from a party drunk and when she gets home she soon finds a man hanging on the bumper of her car and she kills him by battering the guy with a golf cub and she buries him in the woods and covers her trail. Soon she also discovered over the next few days that the man she killed is back from the grave and wants revenge. This movie mainly has a lot of similar elements from Stuart Gordon's 2007 Psychological thriller Stuck because the film's plot is really similar to Stuart Gordon's 2007 Psychological thriller Stuck only that the film is even darker than Stuart Gordon's Stuck because the tone is deeper and really dark from start to finish. The film also has a couple of zombie and supernatural elements mixed with the similar elements from Stuart Gordon's Stuck which is really good and incredible. This film seriously has the goodies it is full of jolts and thrills that will make you squirm from start to finish and it is really nice and incredible for the film itself so far. There are other good things I like about this movie. The other great things about this film is that the film also has an incredible cinematography and I mainly enjoyed the lighting and the dark areas in the film and it makes the movie even more frightening, claustrophobic and atmospheric as well and it fits well for the film and that's what I mainly like about the film. What I also like about this movie is that the film also has lots of jump scares and suspenceful scenes with some thrilling moments which makes the movie even more frightening. Plus the kills in this film are really graphic, really brutal and really gory and disturbing as well I did mainly enjoy the death scenes in this film all of the kills were really nice in the movie so far I did personally enjoy the force by gasoline drinking death scene and it was an incredible kill so far. The eye stabbing scene was incredible as well and I did enjoy the way the bad guy gets his eye stabbed with a plug from a Christmas light and I also enjoyed the scene where Laura Breckenridge was tied to the front of the bumper of her own car as the guy she accidentally killed drives it as an all night revenge drive oh and let's not forget when the bad guy gets battered to death in the opening scene by Laura Breckenridge with a golf club that death scene was pure brutality and I would also say that scene is the most brutal and the most violent death scene in the entire film because of the way the girl killed the guy seriously is pure brutality so far. Now the problems with Hit and Run is that the film has a couple of cliche's and a couple of faults oh and the film also has minor pacing issues plus there is also one question that was never answered in the film on why the guy left his wife and kids before he got ran over by Laura Breckenridge and the characters were annoying sometimes plus the film's climax is really slow paced on every scene this film also makes you think if the writers were high on drugs or they're drunk while writing the film because the film has a lot of great moments but there are a couple of faults in the movie. Although I praise for the directing of the film the director of this movie seriously did a good job with the directing so far and the director seriously knows how to make this film because the director of this movie pulled a couple of punches with lots of scares and jolts along with some thrills as well even the atmosphere was really good as well. Now the acting is great and decent sometimes Laura Breckenridge and Kevin Corrigan did a good job with their performances in the movie so far. This movie is seriously a bump in your seat Horror film so far. Overall I'm giving this movie a 7/10 because the film has so many good moments but there are some problems and faults as well towards the entire movie so far.
(fr) wrote: Sublime! Best film to close a Century.
(mx) wrote: A medical student discovers humour can be used to better treat patients.A wonderful story in most parts of Hunter (Patch) Adams who has a unique approach to treating patients, much to the irritation of those around him.Robin Williams is his typical comedic self in this movie but it really reaches home considering his recent passing. While there are plenty of laughs and smiles to be had from this film, it's not to take away from the seriousness of the issues portrayed as well. There's a lot of emotional ups and downs.Definitely worth watching - again and again.
(au) wrote: A semi rehash of Hill's own "The Warriors" with a flashy neon retro futuristic atmosphere but no interesting plot to grab on to.
(kr) wrote: Sharing a distinction with Sunset Boulevard in showing the aftermath of Hollywood stardom, What Ever Happened To Baby Jane goes a step further in that we follow the fallen careers of former vaudeville child star Baby Jane (Bette Davis) and her invalid sister, the former star Blanche (Joan Crawford). How does your life go on when you had access to everything, but end up with nothing but memories and fallen glory. It is truly enough to drive a person mad. The film opens with Jane being the child star on the vaudeville circuit, with all the spotlight shining on her young face and every whim of the young girl being fulfilled. At such an early age this child is being merchandised by dolls, perpetuating the idea that she is the center of the universe. Hiding in the shadows is Blanche, all but forgotten by their father who focuses on Jane's career. There is a deep resentment in her face as she watches Jane's behavior. We jump to later where Blanche is the star in Hollywood, but insists that Jane also have a film contract even though her childhood talent did not translate into adulthood. Things turn for the worse when Blanche is paralyzed in an incident that Jane is blamed for, effectively ending both of their careers. After the accident Jane has been caring for Blanche in their spacious Hollywood home. Resentment is the main ingredient in Jane's fall into madness and it finally comes to an apex when she learns that Blanche plans to sell the home for something more manageable. Resentment turns to torture, turns to terror as the film plays out. Casting Bette Davis and Joan Crawford as the sisters was a work of genius. While watching the film I realized that the reason that both actresses took their respective roles was due to the intense competition between the two that had occurred for decades. Joan Crawford could make Bette Davis look terrible and Bette Davis could kick Joan Crawford around for two hours. A wonderful time was had by all. That genuine resentment between the two flows throughout the film, delivering an even deeper experience that pulls the viewer into this world that they created. Blanche is still loved and her films still run on television. Jane's vaudeville career is forgotten. Either actress could have played either role, but they were set in the roles that were best for themselves. Director Robert Aldrich shoots a film that, unlike Sunset Boulevard, doesn't cast a bleak, dark world, but a world that has continued beyond the careers of the two leads. The sun still shines, people still have a good time. Aldrich follows Jane's spiral into madness, hinting around the psychological and physical torture that Blanche receives. This feeling that the world has moved on fully develops in the ending where the world around them is being entertained while the sisters are literally in the middle, gone and forgotten. An ending that seems weird, but symbolizes the entire theme of the film. No matter how famous you are, eventually the world will move on no matter what. It's a sad truth that every celebrity needs to face and some may take it better than others. Films about Hollywood are always a touchy subject. The possibility of falling into the pit of over glamorizing is always an issue that can occur and dilute the message that a filmmaker is trying to achieve. With Baby Jane show business really dies in the film when Blanche is paralyzed, something that Blanche accepts, but Jane cannot do. Eventually she descends into replaying her childhood career, a middle aged woman singing songs that a young girl sang all those years ago, becoming a pathetic parody of herself. This film is a more subtle examination of the fallen star than Sunset Boulevard and stands on its own. They may be related, but they're distant cousins. Both with madness, both with terror, but this film is more optimistic. This film is one of the greats and serves as the swan song for the careers of Bette Davis and Joan Crawford. What Ever Happened To Baby Jane is a necessity in cinephile viewing.
(gb) wrote: And you thought Bergman had no sense of humor. Probably one of the best classic comedies ever.
(ru) wrote: It was interesting on how a player turn everything upside down in japan baseball team!
(de) wrote: Most fantasy appears silly when viewed objectively, and so too this older male dream of enduring virility undimmed by time and of a life w/o responsibility ("if only I wouldn't've had those kids, if I wouldn't've got married, I coulda did what I wanted, I coulda ..." and this film fills in the rest. All the women want sex NOW - is it possible to pant for the length of a whole film? And yet Barbara Carrera and Kim Basinger manage wonderfully - All the dialogue is so cornball cheesy as to be embarrassing. Klaus Maria Brandauer is good as the bad guy, a look of "yes, yes, I understand. You get the women" plastered on his face) Connery is up for the task as stand-in for the male species, a British agent (everyone knows him - so where's the secret?) working beneath the auspices of the American CIA and yet he is still calling the shots. Does he win against the forces of entropy, of choas? He's shaken, but not stirred. And so the big boys dream ...