Wow, this was... disturbing, but in a good way. I loved this movie. There was only have one thing that bother me, what did she eat? Only a couple of fingerlicks odf peanut butter and an occasional ant?
This movie captures the feeling you get when reading a William Gibson story well. And the cast of Willem Dafoe and Christopher Walken are great. But I had a real hard time listening to everything they said (I had to dl subs to make sense of the story). But for me this movie is more about the feeling than the story.
I didn't have high hopes for this one, being a movie made directly for TV, but it turned out to be realy good. I haven't read the story by Vonnegut, but if you know the works by him, you could easily guess that it's based on one of his stories.
It was OK, Nick Nolte and Debra Wingerl were good. But the whole feeling of the movie was like a filmed theater, and mostly shot in a studio, thats no problem if it doesn't show, but in this movie it shows, and it takes it down abit. But as I said already: great actors.
It started OK, but when I saw th e "giant"(maybe dog sized?) scorpions, I knew this was going to be a bit painful to watch. But I endured to the end. The sky effects were cool though.
See the full review, "Better not watch this".
O'boy, was this a bad movie, or was it a bad movie? To be honest, I didn't watch more than 20-30min before I turned it off. This is the first time for a long while that I didn't finish a movie, but I just couldn't stand this one, everything was bad.
This one was OK, but nothing special. Some cool race scenes, but they were far apart and I didn't like the girl playing the "girlfriend". I really liked Anthony Wong though (but then again, he's always good...)