It’s Nicholas Cage. There are lots of guns. There is a lot of liquor. There are a lot of Russkies. There is a brooding soundtrack. There is a distinct shortage of common sense in the script. And Nicholas Cage is in the movie. And Nicholas Cage is in the movie. And Nicholas Cage is in the movie. And Nicholas Cage is in the movie. And Nicholas Cage is in the movie. . (did I mention Nicholas Cage is in the movie?) . So, the logical conclusion is that: This Flick Must Be Watched Right Now. Why? Because Nicholas Cage is in the movie. (what a stupid question) Not later. Not tomorrow. Not next week. But Right now. No questions will be asked. Just do not admit watching it to anyone. Or you risk a visit from Nick. . Seriously, it is a basic Cage flick. It has its moments but, again, it is a Cage flick. Danny Glover brings something to the screen, but this is one of those movies where you can figure out the ending without a lot of help. Of course, there are a few surprises, but the script is pretty old. Still, it is fun stupidity. If you like Cage flicks, this will work for you. It worked for me. It ain’t no super thriller, but a nice time diversion.
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It would be so much easier to discount the possibility of any form of existence after death is it were not for the unexplainable experiences of people like yourself. I imagine, for those who have much more detailed and immersive experiences, it's hard to reconcile what they've seen and heard when so many people are claiming the impossibility of the scenario. The thing that bugs me about the debate are the hoards of people who have absolutely no relative experience and use that lack of experience as a tool to diminish and dismiss those who have had first-hand experience. I think a lot of it has to do with ego. Many people are full of themselves with big egos and they think, since it didn't happen to them, then it is not real. They need to lego the ego and at least keep an open mind while researching the experiences and other information related to the topic. If they would do this, then they may actually be able to create a relevant opinion. There are a lot of people who take the skeptical stance of, 'I'll believe it when I see it'. I think a lot of them fail to realize that many people who have had such incredible experiences with NDE were also in the same, 'I'll believe it when I see it camp'... they saw it... now they believe it. - For the record, I haven't noticed anyone in this thread using their lack of experience as a ruler to diminish and debunk the experience of others. It's nice to see rational opinions presented for both sides of the fact or fiction question. ____ Also, I think the debate is strongly polarized with expectation that you either believe in the existence or non-existence of Heaven & Hell. They leave no room for other considerations, such as the possibility of an afterlife that does not include a Jesus figure or the extreme damnation of Hell or the pure bliss and happiness found in Heaven. There could be a varying degree of happiness or depression found in the afterlife, just as there is on Earth, and it could depend on how enlightened your soul is. Now, I'm not claiming that is the case, I have no way to know. I am only pointing out that some people are so buried in their conviction of belief that there is or there isn't Heaven & Hell that they refuse to consider any other possibilities. If anyone hasn't visited [url=http://nderf.org]nderf.org[/url] , I recommend having a visit and reading some of the experiences people have had with Near-Death scenarios. http://www.nderf.org
So just finished this movie. Depending on what you're looking for will answer how you perceive this movie. As a faith based movie, I would give it a solid 8/10. If you think this is going to answer anything, and is anything other than a faith based movie, you aren't going to enjoy it. Sort of how people didn't like Signs. Signs wasn't so much about the aliens, as it was about a mans faith. His ability to believe and trust in God. I liked this movie for what it was.
n the Name of the King: A Dungeon Siege Tale is a 2007 fantasy adventure film directed by Uwe Boll, inspired by the Dungeon Siege video game series. It was produced by Brightlight Pictures and distributed by Freestyle Releasing and Vivendi Entertainment in the United States and Canada. 20th Century Fox took distribution overseas. It premiered at the American Film Market on November 3, 2006. It was released in Germany on November 29, 2007 and was released in the United States on January 11, 2008. Starring Jason Statham, Leelee Sobieski, John Rhys-Davies, Ron Perlman, Claire Forlani, Kristanna Loken, Matthew Lillard, Ray Liotta and Burt Reynolds ...
A found footage scarer from Mark Huber, a director known more for his TV movies, Chasing the Devil surprised me by being effective, having genuine scares, and even attempting to answer those questions that you find yourself asking when watching films of this genre ... I think it had a well written script and good performances by an able cast, who come across as genuine ... In fact, the acting is one of this films highlights, which really helped sell this story of demon possession ... It has its moments of creepiness ...
Ok…..yes, I suck. I watched this flick and liked it. . Yes….gratuitous violence….macho male stupidity….explosions….guns….blood….lines grunted instead of spoken….etc. This all adds up to the perfect dude movie when the girlfriends are not around. It is a movie of a certain genre and not for all persons. The simple fact the lead actor (Dominic Purcell) was the lead actor in “Assault on Wall Street” should tell you exactly where this movie is heading. One could say it’s a lot like “Driving Miss Daisy” actually. Except in this version Miss Daisy gets capped in the forehead before the opening credits finish rolling. WELL THEN WAIT! At about the 15 minute mark it gets all medieval / knights of the roundtable / Gandalf with flying dragons and stuff. Seriously! It does. Then some chicks show up. Then there are horses. Then there are dudes with English accents casting spells. And the hits just keep on coming. Plus the flying dragons come back for an encore. Oy. Then they are back in the US and people kill each other with the standard methods (guns, bombs, martial arts). (but watch out for those dragons!!!) . I ended up watching the entire movie just because it was weird. It was like John McClane meets Rambo meets King Arthur and they agree to kill everyone they see who was hired by the production company. Too weird to turn off. . I think I liked it, but check back with me in 6 months when I have processed all the weirdness. By then I will have watched a few more times so I get what is really going on . Suffice to say, this is one weird flick.
Wow that episode was almost like a feature length sci-fi-action-horror movie, with love stories and romance as well!! One of the strongest TB episodes to date!!! Thank you Solarians for posting this series.