The death of their mother is the reason why Rebecca (Kate Alden) and Abby (Angela DiMarco), reunite in their family cabin, an isolated place near a lake. The two sisters decide to gather the ashes of their mother and throw them into the lake, giving peace to her soul, ignoring all warnings their parents told them during the years …
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Wake (Roark Critchlow) is the leader of a space scavengers team who finds an alien object during one of its universe searches. This object reveals an unknown technology known as the Chaos Generator, made up of three parts, and it attracts Captain Jekel (Sean Patrick Flanery) who is trying to reunite the alien item.
Posted May 7th, 2014. Add a comment
Every summer as far back as I can remember, there has always been one summer film that stands out above the rest. In 1975 it was Jaws, in 1977 Star Wars, in 1982 E.T., 1993 Jurassic Park and so on. This summer there is one film I believe will be the BIG blockbuster of 2013. That film is Pacific Rim.
Posted August 3rd, 2013. Add a comment
The Summer Blockbuster Train travels onward. We’ve seen some hits and some misses so far, but what could be the biggest film of the summer is now out in theaters! Man of steel has hit theaters and hit it hard. The latest Superman film has already broken box office records and here is my review of Man of steel.
Posted June 21st, 2013. Add a comment
This summer is full of sequels and franchises and with this summer’s Star Trek Into Darkness you are going to get your fill! Star Trek has been around since the 1960′s, with films throughout the last 3 decades, and now it had it’s reboot/prequel in 2009 with Star Trek. Director J. J. Abrams brought the franchise out of the dark and back on top with his reboot and proved he had the magic touch.
Posted May 25th, 2013. Add a comment
I have always loved UK films. There is just something about them that just makes film watching so enjoyable. On a dark night in Brixton, in the UK, a young nurse, Sam (played by Jodie Whittaker), is on her way home.
Posted April 20th, 2013. Add a comment
Well, summer blockbuster season is on it’s way. There’s been some hits and some misses so far, but the season is still young and anything is possible. For me, I can safely say I have seen what just might end up being my Favorite Film of 2012. That’s a bold statement considering there’s still many more films to still come out, but when I walked out of the theater from seeing Prometheus, it was the first thought I had.
Posted September 14th, 2012. Add a comment
This will be the shortest review I have ever done. And why? Because it’s for a movie that is absolutely … well, read on first. We are in the tail in of the Summer Blockbuster Season which means the “bottom of the barrel” period for movies. Not saying all films are bad in August/Sept., but its like all the big films are already out and heading to the DVD factory for the Christmas rush.
Posted August 11th, 2012. Add a comment
Pinocchio 964 narra di un sexandroide che è stato progettato per soddisfare le voglie erotiche di signore benestanti ma che, date le scarse prestazioni, viene abbandonato. Girovagando per il Giappone, Pinocchio trova Himiko, una ragazza che ha perso la memoria e che nasconde un segreto tremendo. Nel frattempo coloro che hanno progettato l’androide decidono di cercarlo per eliminarlo ma non sanno che l’automa, educato da Himiko, inizia a familiarizzare con i sentimenti umani e adesso desidera vendetta.
Posted December 9th, 2011. Add a comment
There have been many, many films about aliens coming to earth to visit or invade our planet. Since the 1950′s, which was a high point in the “aliens have landed” scenerio to the 1980′s with E.T. and in the 1990′s with Independence Day to the recent take on this; District 9. Even though the full length film has already been released, it was a huge success. However, before that it all started with this little short film directed by Neill Blomkamp.