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Description: This movie is of interest primarily because it includes within it the whole surviving footage of an unfinished 1974 movie by the same director, Slave of Love, which was successfully remade shortly thereafter by other director, Nikita Mikhalkov.The "cover" storyline is about a girl (Jeanne Moreau) newly released from prison camps in the 1940s back into Russian society, who finds that there is no zone for her in the globe she has come back to. However, this painterly movie is so filled with striking and surreal imagery that it would be misleading to tell that the storyline is of any nice importance in relation to that.
Description: A married couple finds a human analog in their basement. The Analog appears to be a girl of the age of 20 but in reality she is a clone with the intelligence of a toddler. After being blackmailed by large business, the couple takes on the task to raise this analog and teach her what it means to be human.
Description: What would you do on the last day on Earth? With the end of the globe only hours away, the self-absorbed James heads to the ultimate party-to-end-all-parties. On his method there, he saves the life of a young woman called Rose who is searching desperately for her missing father. This easy act sets James on a path to redemption.
Description: To some, it’s murder. To them, it’s just work. The Troma Squad is proud to show Robert Larkin’s intense sci-fi thriller Viral Assassins. In the not so distant future, a terminal illness will create cancer look like the common cold. The government’s solution to this epidemic is to create carrying the illness a capital crime, punishable by death through a squad of highly trained assassins. This not only lowers the risk of the illness spreading but also greatly lowers health costs for the average Joe. But what happens if the government becomes infected? The only hope for a vaccine is trapped within the diseased body and mind of a government lab technician. Unfortunately, the government hires their most dedicated and trigger-happy killer to eliminate her. Will the killer uphold the government’s heinous order, or will he jeopardize his own life, reputation and health insurance by eliminating her?
Description: The wife of a wealthy boy hires memory erasing agents to erase the memory of the young lover with whom he is having an affair, but later realizes that the young lover will stop at nothing to hold the man's love for her alive.
Description: The wretched colony globe of Actium is crumbling under the ego of its dictator, Grand-Automaton Polpox. Rebel Laffrodites, a religious minority, are being exterminated in a government run campaign and to distract the citizenry Polpox has place on a grand carnival, an Actium Maximus where alien dinosaurs war to the death in a large Colosseum. Zone Hunter Axezun is commissioned to scout the farthest reaches of the galaxy for fresh combatants. He and his team search much more than bloodthirsty creatures on their quest however, they also explore a secret which should alter life in the galaxy forever.
Description: A parent concerned about the violence and possible explosion of an atomic bomb on the town of Montevideo. The stage is a nightmare, but articulates closely with socio-political reality of the time.
Description: Major Adam Fossy has awakened from hyper-sleep in the heart of a deep zone probe to search his point to accumulate evidence of extraterrestrial life has inexplicably and suddenly halted. Advised by F-MAN, an infinitely advanced artificial intelligence, Fossy contemplates his dilemma until a close encounter with an unknown being offers him an option: follow into the abyss or stay on the ship to continue with the mission. Fossy walks the line between illusion and delusion, fact and faith.
Description: Directed by Xu Kerr. Centuries of unchecked industrialization have left World unsuitable for helping human life. Rather than trying to restore the ravaged planet, humanity has learned to embrace its changing environment.
Description: In a future not too far away, Steve Battier, an elderly, terminally ill multi-millionaire, accepts the offer of a company - RPG - that in exchange for a high monetary sum, provides a very choose group of clientèle the possibility to be young again. For 10 hours, 10 millionaires from around the world, boys and girls of fame and power, are transferred to pretty and healthy younger bodies, to live in a globe of temporary rejuvenation, in a minigame of true thrills, where each hour someone gotta die.
Description: When a mystical scarab stone falls into the hand of an archaeologist, an evil villain known as the Sphinx tries to retrieve it, unaware that the stone has transformed the archaeologist into the super powered character The Scarab.
Description: Professor Daidōji has developed a gravity machine named the GX Device. Unfortunately, Shocker wants it; so they attack the professor and destroy his laboratory, but come home empty-handed. Shocker's agents search out that the plans for the GX Device are with Daidōji's daughter, who is celebrating her birthday. Actually the Kamen Riders, along with FBI agent Kazuya Taki, gotta protect Daidōji's daughter and prevent Shocker from obtaining the plans.
Description: A freak hurricane hits Los Angeles, causing man-eating sharks to be scooped up in tornadoes and flooding the town with shark-infested seawater. Surfer and bar-owner Fin sets out with his mates Baz and Nova to rescue his estranged wife April and teenage daughter Claudia.
Description: 28th century, 200 years after the Nice World Exodus. Naia, a feisty, young singer/songwriter, falls in love with the pretty saxophonist Parker in Ganymede, one of Jupiter's moons. The two form a band - and actually they have to not only create it as musicians but also to war for their freedom. Dramatically rendered in rich, hand drawn animation, Strange Frame brings us into a globe of zone pirates, indentured slaves and genetic mutations - infused with melody throughout, to make a dreamlike tale unlike anything you've ever seen
Description: College mates Devin, Jack, Shelly, Kristy, Shaun, and Flower rent a spacecraft to autopilot them to Centauri Five for a vacation break. Impatient over the rental agency restricting the ship’s speed to 10x, Devin and the others convince Shaun to remove the craft’s constrictor device. Doing so damages the computer’s automated systems, as well as the ability to send a distress beacon, causing the six mates to ruin land on an uncharted alien planet.
Description: Something strange is afoot in the suburbs of Fresh Jersey... Carnivorous entities from out of this globe have invaded the Garden State, seeking out the tastiest dish in the whole universe...human flesh! Actually only a gang of burnt-out metalheads and one sexy psychic starlet can stand up to the alien invaders devious plans of globe domination and human consumption! But can anyone stop the bloody wrath of Flesheaters from Outer Space?
Description: Predestination chronicles the life of a Temporal Agent sent on an intricate series of time-travel adventures designed to prevent future assassins from committing their crimes. Now, on his final assignment, the Agent gotta stop the one criminal that has eluded him throughout time and prevent a devastating attack in which thousands of lives will be lost.
Description: The first Star Wreck animation was inspired by the classic pc minigame Star Control 2. Star Wreck I was drawn frame by frame using Deluxe Paint Animation, so the visuals are just as crude as the dialogue. Then again, this was one of Samuli's animations to have dialogue. The only thing Star Wreck I has in common with the soon episodes are the characters' names. The so named plot is simple: Plingons are attacking World and the CPP Kickstart gotta war them off. The storyline is bad, the graphics are terrible and the acting is really bad. This is a classic!
Description: See how Pirk got stranded in the past! Star Wreck V: Lost Contact was the first movie to test live actors instead of cartoons. True sets would have cost too much, so we decided to test bluescreen, just for fun. Our expectations weren't high, but it worked. So the film was shot vs a cheap blue bed-sheet and the blue background was replaced with spaceship bridges. The storyline was a parody of Star Trek: First Contact. The Korg send a ship back in time to 20th century Earth. The Kickstart, being the only functioning P-fleet ship around, has to follow. The Korg plan to assassinate rockstar Jeffrey Cochbrane (Played by Rudi Airisto and a pair of sunglasses) and his band Dethdestro before their concert attracts the attention of Vulgars. This would stop humanity's first contact aliens and change the future. If that wasn't terrible enough, all Jeff wants to do is enjoy loud and drink too much, but actually Pirk and his team gotta force him to save the world...
Description: Despite it's numbering Star Wreck 4½ - Low Performance was now made after Star Wreck V, even though most of it is re-used footage from Andy Bones II, made years earlier... Confused? So is the plot, where Captain Pirk plays Andy Bones on the Halludeck while Romuclans attack The Kickstart.
Description: Samuli returns to the crime stage in Star Wreck II: The Old Shit, this time with Rudi Airisto, who joins as a writer and the voice for the Vulgar, Mr. Spook. The second movie is a large improvement over the first in each way. This time the zone wars and the bridge were rendered in 3D and more sounds and melody were added. The acting was much improves and the team come across as current personalities. The movie is full of slapstick humor and it now works very well at times. This time, Pirk's point is to go to the Fibula sector and destroy all enemies. But before getting to fire a single shot, the team of the Kickstart gotta solve some serious issues on their own ship...
Description: In Star Wreck IV: The Kilpailu ("kilpailu" is Finnish for "competition"), few fresh characters were introduced, actually drawn by Rudi Airisto. He would like to take this occasion to apologise for the silly-looking Ferret graphics - the palette simply ran out of colours. The Kickstart is sent to take part in a tournament organised by a strong alien race, the Zarquons. Further complicating Pirk's already impossible mission, Mr Spook, unable to bear Pirk's incompetence, resigns and returns to his home planet of Vulgarus. His replacement is Mr Info. Being a robot, Database is immune to Pirk's insults, but is at least as irritating as nice old Spook.
Description: The globe was been conquered by Emperor James B. Pirk with the support of the Russians. Actually everybody gotta speak Finnish and a large zone fleet is built. Captain Stöcklin joined the P-Fleet, after signing up while being very drunk. His first point is to use a fresh FTL drive (the Hadron Twistdrive), since the original design did not work. In the beginning everything works fine, when they wish to shut down the drive, the system doesn't react due to a tool bug. The ships goes out of control and destroys a planet by accident.
Description: Pirk's fumbling voyages continue in Star Wreck III - Wrath of the Romuclans. There were improvements in the graphics, a more complicated storyline, and lots of new, tasteless humour. Many consider this to be the funniest of the old episodes, although Pirk's excessive swearing did raise a several eyebrows back int he day... Star Wreck III saw the first of the actually traditional red-shirted safety guard jokes. Having wrecked his ship in the previous episode, Pirk actually commands a brand fresh starship, and is sent to investigate a Romuclan attack plan on a backwater zone station. It all ends with the most heavy zone war in the history of the P-fleet, and it's lead by Pirk... With odds like that, does humanity stand a chance?
Description: An animated, dark satire of America's automobile-obsessed, consumerist culture. An anonymous, brilliant scientist toils tirelessly in his ivory turret satisfying the public's ever-increasing demands for novelty and status consciousness, with predictable environmental consequences.
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I gotta tell I really only watched this programme for Tom Wilkinson, although the premise was intriguing, with the concept that a boy finds out he is a clone & that there are another copies of him walking around, & the confrontation with his father about what happened. And despite a decent storyline, right from the begin it was clear it was originally for the stage, with the dialogue very much in the style of a David Mamet enjoy (Oleanna springs to mind), with the progression & dialogue unclear in many places.The performances however can't be faulted, with perfect performances from Rhys Ifans & Tom Wilkinson, however perhaps the script would've been better adapted for tv than taken directly from the play.
A boy discovers that there are another versions of himself out in the true globe clones that were generated from an original, which may or may not have been him. He confronts his father to search out how and why this should have happened and learns of a son that was killed many years ago after the man's wife had died. The father discusses these things with him and, inevitably, has cause to have further such conversations with another copies that begin to come out of the woodwork.A Number was shown in a slot on BBC2 that had previously shown another one-off plays and dramas that had gotten nice press, so, as part of recording/watching those I also place this movie on my HDR for a soon date. That date came round recently and I was intrigued to see what the movie would be about. I gather that others were hoping for some split-screen items with the multiple clones interacting with one other but for me I was concerned that this would produce a gimmick and hoped it wouldn't be that way. That was how it played out and indeed it is only the final several mins that we receive a shot of the multiple clones all hanging around in one zone and, as I suspected, it does feel a tiny gimmicky in how it is done. These are two mins though, leaving other 58 to do something else and it was this majority of the movie that appealed to me.Unsurprisingly (as it was a play) the movie works greatest as an actor's movie as it gives three or four enclosed scenes that are emotionally charged and delivered in tight territories that let for the two actors to focus on their characters and their interactions more than movement or camera locations. In this regard it does really work as both Wilkinson and Ifans are excellent. Ifans appeared to have the better of it by having more varied characters as well as the gimmick result of testing versions of himself but as the movie went on the true impact came from Wilkinson. Because his hero is constant throughout it allows him to react and develop his hero over time in a method that Ifans doesn't have he just has step changes as he moves between characters. Both performances are powerful then and this makes it more of a shame that the material is not quite as engaging or compelling as I would have liked. Any specific dialogue stage tends to work cute well by giving the actors plenty to work with in that moment but it is in the bigger picture that the script disappoints. We understand from it what happens to every clone that we have just met and we receive the sense of time passing but the bigger picture never engaged or played out for me in the method that I wanted it to. It is a shame because Wilkinson is the main driver for the movie being able to do it and his performance is there for the taking trouble is that the script doesn't url the scenes as well as I would have liked and doesn't enjoy to the heart of the piece in the method that it does enjoy to the heart of any specific scene.A Number is still interesting and engaging though because every self-contained stage is tightly filmed and really well acted with Wilkinson specifically doing nice work across the film. The script is strongest in the moment but doesn't manage to fully work on the bigger lvl of the entire film. Still worth seeing for the performances but slightly disappointing for what it doesn't manage to do.
A Number is a intelligent play, so you can see why someone would think it was a nice concept to transfer it into a TV piece.The experiment works in some respect. Tom Willkinson is nice in his role, giving Salter all the qualities that create us wish to like him and loath him all at the same time.Rhys Ifan's is the true revelation though, testing his multiple roles with skill and ease.The true thing that this piece comes down to though is whether you can place up with the slow pace of the entire thing or whether Carol Churchill's decision to leave so many sentences unanswered or spoken over. It's a nice technique but one that grates after a while.I didn't hate 'A Number' but it certainly didn't create me wish to watch it again.
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