I never had any issue with the acting and it drew me in very well. And the old man reveals that the water level inside the whale is rising, and he believes the whale is probably dying. This movie relies on bad stereotypes to give the watcher a sense of depth to the characters, but the director might as well have told the actors to all talk in a monotone because it would have given the movie a reason to be watched. I would not go as far to say this is a terrible movie because you can tell that director Richard Gray tried to get creative and have some fun with this so I do respect that he tried to create something unique in such a repetitive world of film. Kami-sama directs Nishi to walk into a red portal where he will disappear, but at the last moment Nishi runs for the opposite blue portal in order to return to life. They attempt to leave the whale, again failing.
He has to deal with sandstorms, running out of water, and animals in the middle of the night. This is a cool movie with lots of great techie space craft action, a complex story, fully developed characters, awe inspiring visuals and quite a few surprises. The cast deliver pretty believable characters, they are stereotypes scene in horror, however Gray and the writers give enough material to allow the characters feel authentic, convincing, and relatable. At least not anything like any films I have seen. The mix of amateur actors and low budget but masterful photography gives the film a level of realism that many of today's films can't capture.
The film's crew consisted of a mixture of Australians and Americans, and the project was shot using the camera. Meanwhile, Nishi is in some sort of where he encounters a being whose physical image changes every fraction of a second, Kami-sama God. I must admit that the camera-work was excellent, location was fitting and the premise itself is intriguing but everything else in this production is extremely inadvertent and I found myself rolling my eyes continuously. You'll have to decide for yourself. The acting never becomes stale or over-drawn.
I like films to ask questions and I like to see something different from the usual clobber we get. A group of college graduate friends on a getaway weekend trip. Once he's convinced it's real, he grabs some friends and heads off to the old asylum. The deeper you go, the darker it gets reads the tagline for a movie that tries to be two separate stories. The Moscow Times newspaper online. Then Tommy steps on a land mine. Well made, violent, high-action, comic book movie with a rather good story and enjoyable, albeit not very deep, characters.
The list provides the names and brief synopses of films in which time loops are a prominent plot device. Four survivors of the zombie apocalypse take over an indoor shopping mall and make it their own. There are definitely a million better horror films out there. It would've been fun if it wasn't so needlessly vulgar. Mine Games isn't a horror film it is a survival adventure. Whereas brought a few of the first X-Men together, this one brings in a lot of characters that we know and love and pits them against probably the most ancient and dangerous mutant ever: Apocalypse.
Dark, atmospheric and a twisted ending you don't see coming. Just when you've got it figured out, everything changes. There are just so many things wrong with Mine Games from the beginning to the very last second. Atsu turns on Nishi, who is rolled in a ball, terrified, placing his pistol against Nishi's anus. Somewhat campy and very low budget, there's something appealing to the rise of Ichi, a wimp who becomes a killer as it sexually excites him. This list of films featuring where characters experience the same period of time repeatedly.
Personal, intelligent, and oh, so gory. Break the cycle or else. It starts off in conventional fashion, pretty looking youngsters head off to a large cabin in the woods and after nearly running someone down in the road, they arrive at their destination but nothing is as it seems. Cripes, where's the originality nowadays! It's at this point where any sane person would be heading home there and then. The exposition and build up phase of this movie was dreadfully slow. A term used by Yakuza to refer to each other. Archived from on March 27, 2012.
Yet, it does work a little bit better than others, it just needed to have a more solid storyline in terms of the cycle. Upon discovering a nearby mine, the group explores. Shame as it had potential, only to flounder it all away. Then the intergalactic bounty hunters show up. The third story, directed by make up extraordinaire, Tom Savini, was the gem of the set. Rose, who is a psychic, is uneasy about the mine and at one point feels someone grab her leg, though it cannot be one of her friends.
Lee Tracy is a middle-aged, middle-class man dissatisfied with his life. Archived from on 15 October 2011. I think that Japanese animation fans today don't necessarily demand something that's so polished. A group of unappealing characters head off into the wilderness for a break, only to visit a creepy abandoned mine which messes with their heads. They find blood on the van's fender and assume that they hit an animal the previous night. Movie or book, take your pick. Also in the cast: Briana Evigan, Julianna Guill, Rafi Garvon, Lindsay Lamb, Alex Meraz, Ethan Peck and Rebecca Da Costa.
The cinematography hearkens back to more traditional methods of straight cam shots, light inflections and natural third person views. Great performances and the spec fx are jaw dropping. Things aren't helped by director and co-writer Richard Gray padding out the movie to meet the required run time to call it a feature length production. They inform the others, and the group reluctantly agrees that something supernatural is occurring. It is unusual among features other than in using a series of disparate visual styles to tell one continuous story. Mine Games wastes the perpetually interesting concept and delivers flat thrills and flaccid characters.