The Earth will be destroyed in 8 months time. A group of scientists and many civilians help to create a rocket to allow humanity to continue on. Brilliantly made and such a thoughtful, intese film that really makes you think. Recommended for all.
A decent premise, but it seems far too long for what it is, with not much actually happening. There's too many twists and reveals that end up confusing an audience, rather than making them beg for more.
A decent science fiction that makes you wonder what these industries get up to when things don't go their way, however it's not well executed and ends up running far too long with far too many 'coincidences'.
A great little film holding some impressive acting talent. It's not something for everyone, but definitely a good watch for thriller fans, as the plot works it's way through an intriguing murder mystery. Good performances from Scott and Reilly.
It's such a shame to see this film go in this direction. With the impressive source material and - admittedly - brilliant take on it, they could have done so much and ended up with a fantastic film. Unfortunately, the production value is low, the acting is horrific and the script tends to go off target frequently which is both distracting and difficult to watch.
With all the hype (and hate) around this film, it's difficult to view objectively, however I can see both why it's popular and why it's so hated. The performances are iffy, with some really awful and awkward to watch scenes, but at the same time there's teenage love and friendship that tries to hold it all together. The peril is very real which is a boost, but overall I'd say give it a miss unless vampires are your kind of thing.
One of the best Bond films ever made, it has a well formed cast all working at their best that only adds elegance to the action filled but intelligent script. Very believable and relevant to today's society, Silva is the perfect villain with an encompassing performance by Bardem - he's scary yet 'normal'. Great 'returning' cast additions with Fiennes and Whishaw and a heartbreaking end, no matter how much of a fan you are.
Very well written film full of twists and bleak events that strangely force you to look at your own life and situations in a new and enlightening way. Boasting a fantastic cast, it's impossible not to get involved in this believable and realistic film. The only problem maybe it that it's a bit too realistic, containing several slow and boring parts.
When I started watching this, I didn't expect to find myself involved in Lance's life. In fact, I really didn't except much, but what I found was a hugely involving and moving film about a man surviving on the edge of desperation. Very sad and moving, but also liberating and freeing. Brilliant performance from Williams. Recommend to everyone.
A film that is very much of it's time, but somehow manages to stay current and important with each generation. It's well made, believable and affecting; choosing not to blame Communism (as a lot of western films of the 50s did), or the supposed democracy of the west, which is very refreshing. Something I'd recommend everyone to watch.
Truly horrendous. The cheering is reduced to street dancing with little to no emphasis on the actual gymnastics side of things. The characters are awful and unsympathetic, which makes it boring and unrelatable.