The Last Voyage
The S. S. Claridon is scheduled for her five last voyages after thirty-eight years of service. After an explosion in the boiler room, Captain Robert Adams is reluctant to evacuate the steamship. While the crew fights to hold a bulkhead between the flooded boiler room and the engine room and avoid the sinking of the vessel, the passenger Cliff Henderson struggles against time trying to save his beloved wife Laurie Henderson, who is trapped under a steel beam in her cabin, with the support of the crew member Hank Lawson.
- Stars:Robert Stack, Dorothy Malone, George Sanders, Edmond O'Brien, Woody Strode, Jack Kruschen, Joel Marston, George Furness, Richard Norris, Marshall Kent, Andrew Hughes, Robert Martin, Bill Wilson, Tammy Marihugh,
- Director:Andrew L. Stone,
- Writer:Andrew L. Stone
After a boiler explosion aboard an aging ocean liner, a man struggles to free his injured wife from the wreckage of their cabin and ensure the safety of their four-year-old daughter as the ship begins to sink. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(gb) wrote: One of the best documentaries I've seen. Ginger Baker was and is an incorrigible antisocial musical genius--but what struck me most about him is how unwilling he was to cater to anyone else's desires for him to behave according to any standards other than his own. And how he entered relationships in his bands like an out-of-control businessman who wanted things done how he wanted them and wouldn't back down. That said, watching him now as a 75-year-old man.....looking nothing like a rock star or even a former rock star...was mesmerizing. Actually, he never wanted to be nor was he a rock star; he was actually a jazz drummer who was influenced by jazz and infused it into songs he wrote and played on. I was in awe while watching the clips of him playing drums, and he is inarguably one of the best top three drummers of the century. The fact that he was addicted to heroin most of his life explains a lot about his personality and behavior, but that he frequently mixed and injected heroin, cocaine and LSD was symbolic of his lack of respect for his mortality or real respect for life as most of us know it. His relationships with wives and his children were, understandably, pretty bad, and he doesn't seem to have regrets he cares to share, choosing instead to turn to animals for companionship and unconditional love. Funny thing is that nobody ever imagined this crazy man would live very long, and yet he goes on and on and on, like a lovable old cockroach that just won't die. This film is funny, touching, wild and warm, and after the first scene is replayed toward the end showing him losing his temper and beating the interviewer with his walking stick, breaking the man's nose, you walk away with a certain reverence for this madman, who, after all, is just a broken, financially bankrupt, lonely, sick old soul with a sad little boy's heart inside and a freaking amazing amount of talent.
(gb) wrote: mooi acteerwerk v non-acteurs, vooral 2 hoofdfiguren. en ook beetje schokkend...
(gb) wrote: Weirdly enjoyable. I'm still trying to figure out what exactly I watched.
(kr) wrote: A team of soldiers are sent to "R-Point" where a platoon of soldiers went missing six months earlier to try and ascertain what happened and rescue any survivors. R-Point is another Predator clone with ghosts instead of a sense of humour. It goes through all the usual motions as the protagonists receive mysterious transmissions, sight ghostly figures and trip over corpses on a regular basis (two left feet I guess) as one by one they are picked off by an unseen force right through to the rent-a-twist conclusion. The setting of the Vietnam war gives its J-horror sensibilities a slightly different spin, but there have been plenty of haunted soldier films and this has little to differentiate it from them. Solidly directed, shot and acted but its all so generic it all adds up to just another case of "So what?"
(it) wrote: In "Dark Matter," Liu Xing(Liu Ye) has come to the United States from Beijing for his graduate degree under the tutelage of the acclaimed Professor Reiser(Aidan Quinn). In his informal way, he informs his student that he is about the best applicant he has ever had before assigning him to work on his pet cosmology projects, along with other students from China. They hang out together, steal cable and use any excuse to go out, be it church or Pioneer Village. They are all living the American dream. Liu Xing's specific dream includes a blonde wife which he writes back home about. "Dark Matter" is a wildly uneven movie due somewhat to amateurish directing. The stunt casting robs a lot of the attention from Liu Xing's story but Aidan Quinn is very good.(There is a closeup of his eyes that speaks volumes.) And is this supposed to be a period piece since a lot of the technology looks so out of date? The movie would have been better if it had settled down and took its time detailing its lead character's adjustment to America. Not every setback is the end of the world when they are studying the beginning of the universe. There is some intriguing material about assimilation and I had to wonder if Liu Xing and his colleagues moving to the United States are part of a brain drain. However, there is a lot more pointless emphasis on the insular world of college politics.
(us) wrote: A disturbing Picture about the Shattered Life and Complexe Personality of Asia Argento starring herself made by herself one of the best Movies of the Decade
(ru) wrote: Two family house - marrying the wrong person can be devasting to one's self-esteem and dreams it can effect your whole life, as evidenced by this film. BUT as the main character shows us, everything can be changed and fixed, if you have the guts to do what you know is right in your heart. Even marriage can be reversed if you made a mistake.
(ca) wrote: I only wanna see Paul Hogan as Crocodile Dundee
(us) wrote: Marvellous Katheline as a hooker and Anthony once again as a murderer and in the end you can see straight references to his role in Psycho. A little bit long, but funny :-)
(it) wrote: Although the performances are good, the original story has been "Hollywoodised" and subsequently falls down on characterisation and the ridiculous escape at the end.
(ru) wrote: I loved it as a kid and still do. It isn't great but I will never forget how it affected me....rocked me to my core.
(gb) wrote: Absolutely amazing! Socio- realism at its best. Saw this film with Leah and couldn't stop thinking about it afterwards. That's when you know it's a good film!
(de) wrote: Cult classic. See it!
(br) wrote: Not a bad movie. Cute and cheesy. Great for kids good to watch once.