The military calls upon a group of mercenaries and scientists to assist investigations on a mysterious epidemic on an isolated mining region. Theirs is a terrifying journey of death and betrayal. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The military calls upon a group of mercenaries and scientists to assist investigations on a mysterious epidemic on an isolated mining region. Theirs is a terrifying journey of death and betrayal.
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(nl) wrote: Yes it begins with sexist crap, but that is a self-mockery. Not often is that true in a film. The guy is watching his life wind down. The structure is that as one old man's life is tapering away, another's is sailing forward. Not the most exciting of topics, and a self indulgently male focus, but it is well drawn. The actors are very good, as is the direction. The photography is worthy of the best galleries - the Icelandic scenery, surrealistic nudes, and a sensual portrayal of a brilliant young woman. There are a few hilarious road scenes, and a lyrical love scene. The film portrays old age, vulnerable youth, cautious middle age and perhaps the unborn. The script is poetic. Everything is in balance - the scenery is not the only star. The editing is seamless. If your mind and senses have been numbed by the usual feed, you may not see everything, so maybe go when you haven't been to a movie for a while and can absorb. Something is going right in Iceand - Metalhead was excellent.
Kim W (gb) wrote: Woke up to it playing on foxtel got me hooked straight away being a fan of both musicians. Great performance from everyone. Loved it.
Mihael T (nl) wrote: What is the point of this movie? I liked it somehow, but I can't tell which character I like, what was the message... Oh yes it is one: If you are a hustler, at the end you always finish on lower level than you were starting off. You have two options: Start from nothing a new life, or continue to be a whore on a higher level. But...
Ruth G (gb) wrote: I love this movie -- Lauryn Hill singing, Maggie Smith vs. James Coburn, just wonderful music. I don't know why it got such a low rating...I've gotta watch it every year at least. It's such fun! Look at the discrepancy between the audience reviews and the critics -- critics can't always tell you what's going to life your heart. She even quotes my favorite poet/philosopher Rilke. I'm a songwriter with major label credits and I just love the music -- Lauryn Hill singing His Eye Is on the Sparrow slays me...and the final competition number is absolute joy. Glee fans should enjoy it too!
bill s (au) wrote: It pained me to watch this as I'm a big fan of throw back B movie horror.There's no horror and the only thing you want to throw is this movie.
Russell S (us) wrote: A muddled movie that doesn't have a clue who it's target audience is. However, taken at face value (and if we ignore the awkward sexual dialogue between Lea Thompson and the duck) it's not actually a bad movie - it's just a confused one.
John M (nl) wrote: Off the rails. So this is about a waitress (Jessica Biel) that accidentally takes a nail to the brain. Being that she doesn't have healthcare, she can't afford to simply have it removed at a hospital. She travels with a band of misfits to Washington D.C. to see if she can woo a young senator (Jake Gyllenhaal) into making some reformations to the system. I'm just going to come out and say it: this is atrocious. If Amy Schumer didn't already have a film in production, they could have just re-titled this Trainwreck, and nobody would have questioned it. If you don't want to watch this (which you shouldn't), but still want some sort of idea on the degree of quality on this, know this: the director of this movie is critical darling David O. Russell. The name credited as being director appears in the opening credits is Stephen Greene, and that isn't a clerical error. An unfunny comedy is usually my go to answer to the question: "what is the worst type of movie?" A bad horror or a bad action film can usually have some minimal redeeming qualities in that it keeps the pace moving with the genre elements, but nothing is worse when jokes are not landing over and over again. Accidental Love is different, because not only do the jokes not land, they do so in spectacular fashion. It's audacious that anybody thought this was a good idea, and the jokes they attempt are tasteless. These aren't bad actors, I've seen everybody here thoroughly prove themselves previously (Nightcrawler, for example), but they are all given so little to work with, that they keep falling back on physical humor. This isn't the strong suit of anybody here, and the only thing it succeeds in is making you feel highly uncomfortable. There are also characters where it makes no sense for them to be in the film for any longer than a cameo. For example, Kurt Fuller and Tracy Morgan show up pretty early on to meet with our main character. They drop everything that is going on in their lives to join her on her cross country road trip to D.C. Why? Because the script called for wacky side commentary. Another huge shortcoming of Accidental Love is that this could have been an effective satire with a point. Healthcare in America is a highly flawed system, and this would have been the perfect opportunity to make some biting commentary, demanding that changes be made. Accidental Love has to be one of the least compelling arguments for reformation ever made. It's offensive that they are making light of serious health issues, and I can't imagine a single person associated with this is proud of their work. This is a glorious and sometimes fascinating turkey that should have stayed swept under the carpet.