A psychiatric ward commits people who are deluded into thinking they are super-humans.
A man struggles with a split personality disorder, turning to an unlikely group of young women for counseling. Haha, just kidding it's a kidnapping-horror movie.
Amazing acting, good writing, good all around. It's contained, straightforward and engaging. It was assembled well enough that I didn't take many notes.
This is one of those movies where any attempt at describing it will spoil it. It's magical and slow and sad. However, ultimately it makes no sense whatsoever.
A government assassin learns he has been cloned by a rogue lab bent on raising an army of perfect soldiers.
A fair movie. It brings nothing new or interesting, and has generally uninspired writing and action. Thinking back on it, it does seem derivative of so many other movies.
A dying wizard impacts his power ring to a new green lantern to a random kid, to stop the seven deadly sins.
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.
An under-appreciated reporter learns her father's secret experiments had survived his death, in the form of vigilante ninjas.
I had low expectations for this movie, and they were met.
Survivors of a disintegrated solar system come to Earth to take over.
A really great movie, even for its age.
An virtual world is manufactured and populated with artificial intelligences.
People have a refreshing nap and wake up to be suspiciously-nice.
A remake of a remake of an adaptation of a book. And it shows. At least Nicole Kidperson is hot.
Be certain to skip the first couple of minutes; they are a horrible horrible spoiler.
- Based on The Body Snatchers - (1955 book), by Jack Finney
A remake of:
Futureworld - (1976 movie) has a similar theme.