Warning Sign

Warning Sign

An accident occurs in an ultra-secret government biological weapons laboratory spreading a sinister bacteria.

In an ultra secret laboratory for the developing of biological weapons, covered as "Biotek", a research center for agriculture, a serious accident occurs, spreading a sinister bacteria in ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Greg W (kr) wrote: awesome interview doc

Terri G (it) wrote: The extra 13 minutes really makes this movie shine. I would have gladly sat that extra time in the theatre to have a bit more of the back story between Thranduil & Thorin. And the additional scenes at Rivendell were great. Kili hitting on the male elf alone was worth it.

Dave B (au) wrote: I had seen this true story movie years ago & it was good.

gary t (ca) wrote: wow just seen this movie 4 the 1st time n think that this is a wonderful movie 2 watch..its got a really good cast of actors/actressess throughout this movie...its really enjoy..i think that the director of this Art House & International, Comedy movie had done a really good job of directing this movie because you never know what 2 expect throughout this movie its really enjoyable throughout this movie..i think that its a good Art House & International, Comedy movie 2 watch because its enjoyable

sherry s (ca) wrote: Cowboy bebop has everything an anime needs, it has style, classy dialogues, amazing characters and amazing plot ,but the movie didn't lived up to our expectations from the anime, the dialogues and style are a bit more classy than it should have been, the plot is alright starts to feel a bit plain sometimes, but the action is what we wanted, its a must watch for cowboy bebop fans others should watch the anime series first. The characters Spike, Jet, Faye, Ed,and Ein are a pleasure to watch, still to say this movie is nothing compared to the anime series.Except all, This was a fun to watch the bebop crew again,See you space cowboy...

bill s (au) wrote: Really should have played with this more ....could have made it at the least average.

Paul C (ag) wrote: One of the two best sequels to a mutant killer baby movie ever. Great cast. Creepy mutant killer baby puppets / makeup by Rick Baker. Fun stuff.

Ben L (br) wrote: The way Rope is presented feels a lot like a stage play. Hitchcock tried to give the illusion of one continuous shot for the entire film, so it all takes place in one room and only involves a handful of people talking with one another for an hour and a half. I was concerned for some of that time that it was going to get boring, but most of the slow part is in the early scenes as people are arriving and being introduced.Once the film gets rolling there is a palpable rising tension that permeates every conversation. Philip becomes more tense, Brandon becomes more careless, and Rupert becomes more suspicious. This elevates the dialogue in such a way that almost every word spoken has a double meaning. I love any scene in a film where people are saying one thing but you can sense they are actually talking about something else, and this movie is loaded with that stuff.Of course the king of delivering these lines with depth and meaning is the great Jimmy Stewart. There are no words for how superb he is in Rope. I could not get enough of watching his mind work, and the way his tone would change based on his inner thoughts. John Dall and Farley Granger did a great job with their parts as the killers, but when Stewart goes to work I was simply in awe. I'll admit the rest of the cast I found largely forgettable, but in most of the scenes their characters are just pawns being manipulated by these 3 key players.Then there is the genius of Hitchcock himself. While there were some odd choices made with the camera (I suspect most of those were ways of concealing cuts between takes) most of the time he knows perfectly what to show you and what to hide. There's one scene, and I think anyone who has seen this film will know which scene I'm referencing, where an entire conversation is going on off-camera. I barely heard a word of the conversation because Hitchcock keeps the camera fixated so that we feel every tension-filled second as it seems the murder is about to be discovered.Rope is a film that made me feel thrills the way that few films can manage. My body was all tight and anxious, not because of explosive action or cheap jump scares, but simply because of a well-crafted story and good camerawork. I'll admit it did take me a little time to become fully invested in the story, but once I bought in I could not look away. I'm anxious to watch Rope again and see if it can affect me as well as it did this first time. If it is that effective on a re-watch, then my rating for it might go even higher. A truly superb masterpiece!