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Sorry I didn't get this review up last week, it completely slipped my mind. But my friend reminded me about my lack of review for this movie, so here I am to give it all to you. Now I'm not one to search out movies, but I'm willing to watch any movie recommended to me, with an open mind. My friend ThirdMan's eclectic taste in movies has allowed me to review numerous titles. But ThirdMan also loves his zombie movies, I have no problem with this, I like horror in general and don't mind adding zombie movies to the list of horror movies I've seen.
This is a fan made zombie film that may not be a great movie, but you can see that the love is there. The acting may be bad, and the story may not be fully realized. But this movie still has fun, and tries to do its best. This movie isn't some studio garbage that got put out to make a buck. I think any zombie or horror fans should check this movie out and give it a chance.
(A little public service announcement.) Just cause you like some movies of a genre doesn't make you a fan, you must try to expand your knowledge of a genre to many movies from that genre before you can consider yourself a fan. I have yet to consider myself a fan of any genre, unless Halloween can be a genre, I think I've seen enough movies from that to consider myself a fan. This may seem odd to add to my entry, but it would a been more powerful at the time this review would have been released. Anyway, I'm doing it now just to do it, and to make this review slightly longer
[QUOTE=IMDB][b]Tagline:[/b] No one permitted out or in during the last thirteen nerve-shattering minutes![/QUOTE] Wow, the end to this movie is so terrible and the wait to get there is even worse. I could only keep half any eye on this movie, it was just so boring. Just to continue to watch it I had to do other things to keep my interest as it played. I wanted to what this movie in one sitting, cause it was playing on the Fox movie channel and I didn't think it would be on again for awhile.
This movie has nothing to do with the original Cabinet of Dr. Caligari silent movie, expect for maybe the ending. Oh no! I kinda ruined this movie for anyone willing enough to actually see the greatness of the original The Cabinat of Dr. Caligari.
Anyone who wants to check this out do so, but I just can't bare to watch it ever again.
I used to like pokemon, and I still do on some levels. But this movie didn't really seem that good for being a movie, and I don't even think it would be good if it was a couple of episodes. I didn't really hate this movie as a whole though, and most of the time I don't rate a movie on how good it is, but on how well it entertains me. Hehe, if I reviewed some of the movies that can entertain me with there terribleness, I think I'd make acouple of people angry at my views.
I've been meaning to watch this for a long time, and I finally got to watch it today. This movies interpretation of heaven was very interesting and I liked the idea of heaven being this large computer network. I'm not sure exactly what to say about the movie, but I know I liked it. One thing this movie does make me want to do, is get the tv series. I liked this movie, and if the series shows how Belldandy and Keiichi get together, it might be interesting to watch.
A Trip to the Moon is a silent movie from some time ago. Tonight, Tonight is a song and more importantly video from not too long ago. These two things have a lot in common. Tonight, Tonight uses visuals from A Trip to the Moon along with with adding its own things to have a very good video, that goes well with a great song.
A Trip to the Moon is a 1902 movie that has wonderful visuals. Every scene is beautiful and it so easy to imagine this movie in color even though it is black and white. This is a great film and a must watch.