The Last Supper
A group of idealistic, but frustrated, liberals succumb to the temptation of murdering rightwing pundits for their political beliefs.
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Ken L (br) wrote: SyFy does it again! Alright, all you ecoterrorized, here comes the next thoroughly tangential faked-out barnicle posing itself on your ship of state. A fresh water giant squid krakan if you can believe that has been forced by starvation right up to the inland Canadian shoreline. You keep up all that overfishing resourse depletion and then go ahead and be suprised at what comes out of the deepest depths to widen its hunting range AND its cuisine. Smell the ammonia yet? You will. No no no you stupid rednecks, its not the indians excercising their ancient survival rights/rites. If you had a hangnail you'd probably hang it on them too you racist reprobates. wha wha wha... blame everybody but yourselves you beer slugged morons. And make sure you don't let any scientific inquiry by strange folks with addvanced devices speak'n some arcane acedemic code come barge'n in there and save you from your own stupid sorry ass's. You just better pray they stay clear of your reckless bigoted pukefaced pudgulism long enough to be of some help to your undeserving selves. So what does the scientist deduce but OMG; that those are krakan sized squid sucker puckers all over some sloppy eaters lefover discarded body parts. Well, that was a nice career. You report that you won't get a full team of experts in here. You will get a chance to restart your career as a calimari taster. Unless of course you can get one of those dumb fishers to stray heedlessly close enough to slice off a big tenicle tip while being flung around before getting juicy & tenderized enough to be slurpped right down. Better yet, lets just get a whole specimen and let those incredulous sponsors clamoring for shared credit kiss my moonlighting ass. Lets see, all I got to do here is get those dumb rednecks to stop hating Native Americans long enough to cooperate in this pincer movement strategy I got goin here. Will it work? Well gee its got to! My whole career's on the line here. Might lose an arm or a leg here and there. But hey! I'll get there first. Now let me see here; did I pack a change of shorts for this? James Van Der Beek is our highly reasonable level-headed scientist who teams with Sheriff Ranger Alexandra Costillo who saw daddy plucked off their little fishing row boat as a child and has been trying to convince anyone who'll listen to believe her ever since. I wish I could make big rubbery slimey tenicles like that. They'd be so fun to flail around & tickel all my friends for just absolute hours someday. There was one or two shots of the whole creature but only tenicle shots with any fresh victims. Several repeats of the same shot served quite well for several victims. I don't know. I suppose I need therapy, laughing every time a head, limb or torso went flying off or turned up somewhere. Poor sick basturd that I am.
Robert I (gb) wrote: Never before have I hated a trailer so, so much. Plus, isn't the bad guy from Die Hard 4 in this? Yep... he must really hate America in real life too. That also explains Hitman.
Carles F (fr) wrote: Magnfica fotografia. Demasiado larga
Angust M (us) wrote: Truaco, pero como me he redo.
Kate M (br) wrote: A somewhat thrilling film that isn't great because the ending is so opposite of formulaic endings it becomes wholly predictable.
Tyler M (de) wrote: You don't throw a lemon at me in front of a lesbian! The Trouble With Harry meets the all American dysfunctional family. The Story: A dysfunctional family is brought together for the funeral of their father/husband/grandfather. The story is actually centered around the granddaughter. It's her job to eulogize her grandfather, but she doesn't seem to know where to start, and no one really has much to tell her about him. It's a decent black comedy that moves along at a decent pace. The characters are all pretty interesting for the most part, and the intricacies of their lives is almost astounding. They way some of the characters interact with each other is great, while other times it's not so great. The cinematography isn't anything amazing, and there's no real sense of style, as there was with Trouble With Harry, but it's still not bad to look at. The Cast: Hank Azaria, Ray Romano, Zooey Deschanel...There's actually a pretty big cast here, but these are the ones that most people are going to watch this for, or that really matter...Hank Azaria, is one of my favorite actors, I love his work on The Simpsons, and love his work on the HBO series Huff...But this is not The Simpsons and this is definitely not Huff. His acting isn't all that amazing, but he's humorous none-the-less. Zooey Deschanel is probably the best player here. She's surprisingly believable as the granddaughter of the deceased. She doesn't know much about her grandfather, and is selected to give the eulogy. Ray Romano is one of the children of the dead man. Don't expect an outstanding performance, as it's not Everybody Loves Raymond. His part isn't really the biggest, he kind of comes and goes, as does most of the other characters. One to Five Scale: 3 The characters all for the most part have a pretty decent amount of back story, but for some reason or other there's no real connection made with too many of them. In other words, despite the amount of information you learn about them, you might still feel yourself more distant from any of them than really connected to them. Tyler 11/13/05
Marlie H (de) wrote: This movie is so fun. Susan Egan is, as always, fantastic and Gibson Frazier is hilarious. This is a must see for Broadway fans because you get to see a lot of Bway stars in a great comedy.
Rahil A (mx) wrote: My childhood friend and i came across this film on SKY tv about 1989 (i was 9) when SKY was new...absolutly loved this film...IM A BUSINESS MAN!!
Brandon W (it) wrote: For some of the movies I watched, I watch it because of my best friend which I didn't careless about watching them, or I just leave them to last. I have a list of movies that my best friend wanted me to watch, and there's a lot of movies that I didn't really wanted to watch, and Dirty Dancing is one of them. The reason I didn't want to is because the dance movies I watch are the Step Up movies, and I really don't like them to a point that I don't think there can be a good dance movie. I've only saw the remake of Footloose which I really enjoyed, but it's been a long time since I watched it and I don't have an idea about why I liked it. So with Dirty Dancing, I watched it with no expectation, and ... well, you saw the rating. I honestly didn't think I'll enjoy it, and I did. Patrick Swayze and Jennifer Grey are really good and their chemistry is great and believable. The dance scenes are fantastic to this day and are the best part of the movie. It actually focuses on the plot and chemistry than the dancing which I'm very glad to see. I never quite seen a chemistry between a father and his daughter this different before. The supporting cast are really good, and the soundtrack is very catchy, which is really cool to see that one of the songs would be one of the most famous songs of all time. The characters are good, and it actually has a plot that's really good. I was fairly interested to see where it's going, and the writing is not bad. Dirty Dancing is my favorite dancing movie that would be a classic to my eye.
Samantha Y (ag) wrote: I loved this film. Great movie night flick!
Jakub H (jp) wrote: Like the part, when he flyes in the storm and says, that when he drinks, he feels immortal: "Shout up and put there some good music for the rest of the flight!" - "You probably don't realise who you are talking to!" - "And you don't realise, that I AM IMMORTAL!"
Giuseppe P (us) wrote: De Sica passa dalla entomologica impostazione neorealista a una nuova visione pi surrealista, sognante ma sempre dalla parte dei poveri e dei disgraziati alla ricerca di un messaggio positivo. Alcune scene sono da antologia e davvero insolite per il cinema italiano a partire dal magico finale che non ha caso ha ispirato lo Spielberg di ET. Quasi un musical con le masse ben coreografate, tuttavia un'opera che appare non perfettamente riuscita poich spesso forzata nella rappresentazione con un utilizzo davvero primordiale degli effetti speciali. "Verso un regno in cui buongiorno vuol dire veramente buongiorno".
Constantin P (ru) wrote: one of the top 10 movies ever made.
Tim S (br) wrote: I put on Exorcist II: The Heretic expecting a film that was totally the antithesis of its predecessor and something that might smudge the original's mystique in some way. Thankfully, that's not the case at all. It's a completely different film, but it's going for its own thing. I don't think any sequel to the original Exorcist will ever fully work, no matter who you get to do it and how hard they try. John Boorman poured himself into this film and the work shows. Unfortunately, it's not something that totally paid off. People have been calling this a horrible film for years, and I would have to disagree. While it's not an overly terrible movie, it's certainly not perfect by any means. However, there is lots of interesting imagery on display and some thought-provoking ideas going on and that's enough to keep me interested. It's painfully slow to sit through, but I think it's worth the time it takes to see it.
Adam S (ca) wrote: It's a fairly rote sports drama, sticking to all of the cliches, as you might expect from a Disney drama, but Invincible has something imminently likeable about it.It might come from the simple, yet charming performances from major cast members Mark Wahlberg, Greg Kinnear and Elizabeth Banks. None are working at the top of their game, and yet they bring a charm to the picture that isn't easy to replicate.It could be the classic underdog story that got me. Or the killer 70's soundtrack (it's a well-established fact that 70's soundtracks are the best soundtracks). Or maybe it's just a case of Superbowl fever - rarely seen non-football fans based in the land of Australia, but you never know.Either way, I had fun. It was a nice film.