A psychiatric ward commits people who are deluded into thinking they are super-humans.
A boy is abused, gets hit on the head, is institutionalized and has a daydream.
Raises the bar for acting with this character. A good movie, but definitely not traditional. Riveting without a particularly obvious thread. It could have been a whole lot better, but it would have needed to delve into the true and far darker roots of the main character; his mother, and you can't do that because she's a woman.
After watching this movie I just realized I didn't see the earlier one. Whoops.
A military man of small renown and great skill is swept up into a conflict that engulfs his nation in war, driving a wedge between himself, his people and his love.
A movie the likes of which I've never seen and doubt I ever will again.
- aka Potop (.pol)
- This is the second of the three book series colloquially called "The Trilogy".
- Personally I was thinking of The Princess Bride - (1987 movie).
After meeting people trying to make it big in Hollywood movies, a criminal weans himself off of his old life to try it for himself.
Maybe it's because I saw it "back in the day", but even after re-watching it I still really like it.
A federal agent is pulled into a terrorism investigation, gaining access to a new field of surveillance technology.
A fantastic movie all around.
properly titled Déjà Vu
After a disaster, a pleasure theme park re-opens with a new population of robots.
Although this one has held up well, it does show its age. It's still spectacularly well-made, and especially well-written.
- Continues from Westworld - (1973 movie)
Continued with Beyond Westworld - (1980 show)
- I couldn't find it offhand.
- Its precursor movie was rebooted into Westworld - (2016 show)
Invasion of the Body Snatchers - (1956 movie) has a similar theme.
Nothing could possibly go wrong in an amusement park populated by robots.
A reboot of Westworld - (1973 movie)
The Earth is ruined when aliens invade, and a maintenance skeleton crew monitors killer drones to protect resource-gathering efforts for survivors.
A fantastic movie from every angle. A very strong mood throughout. Highly recommended.
An asshole anchorman is sent to a little town to do a fluff story on Groundhog Day, but karma bites him in the ass when the town gets snowed-in.
A fantastic movie not just for the usual things, but for the execution of its idea. Unlike so many movies that have its elements, this one stays grounded and accessible. This movie is well-loved and highly recommended.
This movie has its title because it's set on Groundhog Day.