The Man Without a Body
A wealthy business man discovers he has a brain tumor and seeks medical help. The business man finds a scientist experimenting with transplanting monkey heads on different monkey bodies. The business man decides to steal the head of Nostradamus from the prophet's crypt.
- Stars:Robert Hutton, George Coulouris, Julia Arnall, Nadja Regin, Sheldon Lawrence, Peter Copley, Michael Golden, Norman Shelley, Stanley Van Beers, Tony Quinn, Maurice Kaufmann, William Sherwood, Edwin Ellis, Donald Marley, Frank Forsyth,
- Director:Charles Saunders, W. Lee Wilder,
- Writer:William Grote (screenplay)
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(de) wrote: pretty incredible documentary about Ukrainian jews who spent years hiding deep in caves during WWII.
(de) wrote: Deeply touched by the story. Got very impressed when the elder brother knows his grandma accepted the settlement and has no more chance to tell the truth at the court.
(us) wrote: This is an extremely beautiful film to watch, and most certainly a great one for Valentine's Day or for a marriage anniversary film. Louis Koo and Sammi Cheng delivers one of their best performances in their acting career as they surely drove this film to deliver an emotional story. Also a great song of Do Re Mi performed by Sammi Cheng with a beautiful voice for the movie. Johnnie To changes his directon from thriller to drama, and his direction surely worked. Great job by Johnnie To, Louis Koo and Sammi Cheng. Also great screenplay writing by Jevons Au Man-Kit, Ka-Fai Wai and Nai-Hoi Yau.
(mx) wrote: no need to drag this out into a 97 minute flick with no heart.
(es) wrote: The arid, bitter-sweet beauty of despair--A Kafkaesque, Urban Film-Noir about Loneliness, Alienation and Marginality!!
(mx) wrote: The storyline builds quite nicely in the 3rd installment and the addition of a few more known actresses and actors, helps move this film forward. Unfortunately the special effects are still very rudimentary.
(it) wrote: flixter sucks for not having the poster of such a cult only once in a lifetime made movie.and not having the name of main actor in cast section... kay kay menon watch it its the best movie by sudhir mishra
(gb) wrote: Great movie. Go watch it for free on YouTube!
(es) wrote: The second Jack Ryan film with Harrison Ford, this one is all political intrigue and drug wars. There so many characters, but most of them aren't interesting enough to care. Willem Dafoe's character is probably the only character, besides Ryan, that stands out. The rescue mission at the end is exciting though, but everything leading up to that is just okay. Grade: B
(ag) wrote: * out of **** I literally have nothing to say for this film and just how bad it is. It shoots itself in the foot from the get-go, opening with a horrifyingly misguided sequence set on a jet that is flying above a farmhouse and field which introduces us to five mercenaries/criminals, one of whom abandons ship with the money that the team had just stolen from somewhere (presumably a bank of some sorts). The guy who lands on the farm grounds is named Burt, and you'll be annoyed by the mere sound of his name by the twenty minute mark at least since the other anti-hero characters won't stop threatening him via radio. As the others descend from the jet so that they may exact revenge by way of bullets, Burt is checking out the farmhouse and the scarecrows that surround it. Eventually, he gets stabbed by one of them and, yes, dies a horrible and bloody death. One of the characters at one point says "I think this place is possessed by demonic demons!" What he suspects is correct; the farmland has a dark past behind it, or in this case not so far behind it, which somehow allows the scarecrows to come to life, explaining the stabbing. The scarecrows kill all those who trespass on their territory and proceed to turn the newly dead into scarecrows as well. It's essentially a never-ending process; which could indeed be said for the film itself. It's a slasher flick devoid of reason, talent, wit, or intelligence. I'm astounded that I even heard of it in the first place; and offended that Netflix predicted my rating would be just a half a star short of three (out of five). The director is William Wessley. He borrows everything in this film from others before it; such as, for example, "The Exorcist". It's difficult to look at the opening titles for "Scarecrow" and not think of William Friedkin's masterpiece. And then it steals from countless other slasher flicks before it, emerging with none of the charm or suspense but at least some of the gore. The kills are bloody but not necessarily graphic. The camera shies away from the best stuff, rendering it mostly ineffective. But the gore effects are essentially the only department in which I can somewhat praise Wessley's "craft"; of which otherwise he has absolutely none. Whether it's silly dialogue, absurd over-acting, or a complete lack of atmosphere; "Scarecrows" is clearly not your best killer scarecrow movie. All the time, I was wondering just how bad a filmmaker you'd have to be to screw up an idea like that. Scarecrows are awesome, good material for a horror film, and yet this movie does nothing with them. Oh well, at least they look decent as far as creepy scarecrows go, although they're still nothing special. Overall, it's a terrible mess that unsuccessfully attempts to blend an action-thriller with a horror movie. Sometimes, a mess can be at least mildly exciting and even intriguing. Yet "Scarecrows" doesn't even get past boring.
(gb) wrote: John Williams and Grace Kelly are surely great, but Ray Milland is fantastic in this sophisticated and intellectually stimulating thriller that fascinates with its witty, impeccably-written dialogue and the intelligent minutiae of everything that can go wrong in a perfect murder.
(nl) wrote: human cartoon buster keaton brings it.