Nuclear tests in the desert result in the growth of gigantic mutant ants who menace cities in the American south-west as a team of investigators and the army search for a way to control their spread in this Cold War-era monster film.
- Stars:James Whitmore, Edmund Gwenn, Joan Weldon, James Arness, Onslow Stevens, Sean McClory, Chris Drake, Sandy Descher, Mary Alan Hokanson, Don Shelton, Fess Parker, Olin Howland,
- Director:Gordon Douglas,
- Writer:Ted Sherdeman (screenplay), Russell S. Hughes (adaptation), George Worthing Yates (story)
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(br) wrote: The HeatSandra Bullock plus Melissa McCarthy is a great combination for a 'hot' buddy cop movie
(ca) wrote: The "Blair witch project: Dinosaur edition" is dull and forgettable.
(de) wrote: This might just be the loveliest movie I've seen in some time
(ru) wrote: Very original black comedy about very onorthodox people with their individual problems, the main one being homosexuality in its freakiest form. From the very beginning you know it's going to be weird. Enthousiastic actors keep your attention.
(au) wrote: any movie that monique stars in is a good movie she is another one of my heros .
(ca) wrote: Forgotten predecessor to Glee, set in a Broadway musical summer camp. A fun sing-along that also predates Glee in its themes of adolescent sexuality.
(mx) wrote: Absolutely cute in the simplest way. Great funny moments combined with enough drama and ultimately little heart-warming romance. I like the way their... attraction to each other developed. Very nice.
(ag) wrote: How people can physically abuse a child is way beyond me??!
(gb) wrote: One of the movies that enbodies the cheesy action movie of the 80's. The adventures of an elite mutinational strikeforce (a la GI-Joe) with missile firing steath motorcycles, what else do you need....
(ru) wrote: one of me and John's favorite movies.. Jack showed us "we ain't no losers" we fried my Mommy when she said she went to the movies to see this movie, but I did see RollBounce...so I guess Mommy won that one
(kr) wrote: Pas pire pas pire! Et Isabelle ne force pas... On aime ca, des liberations comme ca
(gb) wrote: Very intriguing, and scenic, whodunnit.Based on the Agatha Christie novel, our favourite Belgian detective, Hercule Poirot, is on a cruise up the Nile. He is surrounded by an interesting assortment of characters, including a wealthy heiress and her husband, on their honeymoon. It appears that everyone hates the heiress...Very interesting, mysterious and tense murder mystery. The backgrounds of the different characters, including potential motives, are explored well before the murder occurs. It is never obvious who the murderer is (at one stage I thought we might have another Murder on the Orient Express on our hands...). Great twist at the end.Great scenery and cinematography too. Shot on the Nile, with the characters also visiting pyramids and other ancient sites. Star-filled cast (as seems to be the custom for Poirot movies): Peter Ustinov (as Poirot), David Niven, Bette Davis, Mia Farrow, Angela Lansbury (who really should have been able to solve the mystery herself...), George Kennedy, Maggie Smith, Olivia Hussey, Jack Warden and Harry Andrews. Also includes Lois Chiles who I am surprised did not turn out to be a bigger star (if you see her in this movie, you'll understand...). Solid performances from all of them. Maggie Smith, as Miss Bowers, gets the funniest lines, though has limited screen time.
(mx) wrote: This is bay far the #1 ALL-TIME WORST sorry excuse for a Star Trek movie that I ever had the displeasure of seeing. The lame death of Kirk tops it all when you count up the voluminous myriad of problems with this garbage movie. Generations is the Titan A.E. of Star Trek!
(fr) wrote: Michael Collins is s standard biopic. I watched it for the cast and because its a Neil Jordan film. Its a very standard action period piece in the vein of Braveheart. The action scenes are quick and realistic, almost rushed as is the story. Its almost like it keep trucking along because it has to, and it eventually fizzles out.