The end is nigh in this apocalyptic disaster film that mixes Christian values, Mayan mythology, and scientific theories about polar shifts. When four strangers journey into Mexico in 2012, they are drawn into ancient mysteries that foretell the coming of the End Times.
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A hip-hop tale which explores the social subculture of street dancing, focuses on a pair of friends, named David and Elgin, who want to open their own hip-hop dance and recording studio. However, in order to make that dream come true, they must first win a street dance competition against another group of dancers to prove that they have talent. When Elgin and David have a falling out, it
Within the FBI, there exists a division dedicated to investigating and prosecuting criminals on the internet. Welcome to the front lines of the war on cybercrime, where Special Agent Jennifer Marsh has seen it all--until now. A tech-savvy internet predator is displaying his graphic murders on his own website--and the fate of each of his tormented captives is left in the hands on the public
A car dealer with a dodgy past and new family, Terry has always avoided major-league scams. But when Martine, a beautiful model from his old neighborhood, offers him a lead on a foolproof bank hit on London's Baker Street, Terry recognizes the opportunity of a lifetime. Martine targets a roomful of safe deposit boxes worth millions in cash and jewelry. But Terry and his crew don't realize the boxes.
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A stylistically daring CGI feature, "Surf's Up" is based on the groundbreaking revelation that surfing was actually invented by penguins. In the film, a documentary crew will take audiences behind the scenes and onto the waves during the most competitive, heartbreaking and dangerous display of surfing known to man, the Penguin World Surfing Championship.
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During their wedding ceremony, Aladdin (Scott Weinger) and Princess Jasmine (Linda Larkin) find themselves the targets of a raid by the infamous Forty Thieves, led by a man named Cassim. Although Aladdin, Jasmine and the rest of their gang successfully stop the raid and drive the thieves away, they are unable to prevent the wedding from being ruined. Determined to learn what the thieves were after, Aladdin finds an unusual staff (which The King of Thieves tries to steal) among the treasures given as wedding presents. The staff contains an oracle, able to see into the past or the future, but is only able to grant an answer to one question asked per person. Aladdin knows his future is being married to Jasmine but can't remember most of his past. But he remembers that his mother died when he was a child and he never knew his father. The oracle, however, reveals that his father is actually still alive.
Aladdin chooses his question and asks about his father's whereabouts. The oracle reveals that his father is with the Forty Thieves, trapped in their world. Believing him to be their prisoner, Aladdin tracks them down and stows away into their hideout (the leader opens the cave with the words "Open Sesame", the same words Ali Baba used). He is shocked to find that his father is not their prisoner at all, but their leader: Cassim (John Rhys-Davies), the King of Thieves and the very man he fought during his wedding's invasion. But, family or not, Aladdin has trespassed in their lair and Sa'luk (Jerry Orbach), Cassim's irate right-hand man (and who greatly despises Cassim) is eager to have him punished for it. Cassim, however, suggests that Aladdin instead face "the Challenge" - an initiation ritual - where he must defeat another one of the Forty Thieves and take his place. Sa'luk volunteers to fight Aladdin. The two engage one another in a fierce battle which ends when Aladdin kicks Sa'luk off a cliff into the ocean. Afterwards, this gains Aladdin a place among the Forty Thieves. Sa'luk however, has survived the fall, and knowing that he is no longer a member of the Forty Thieves, makes his own plans for revenge against both Aladdin and Cassim.
Aladdin and Cassim bond, and it is then that Aladdin learns the true motives behind the raid and his father's leave of absence from his family: he had discovered evidence of the existence of the Hand of Midas, a powerful artifact that can transform anything it touches into solid gold. Cassim believed that, with the Hand, he could return to his family and give them the life they deserved instead of one living out in the streets, and had instigated the raid so he could capture the oracle's staff so he might question the seer as to the precise whereabouts of the artifact. Only, Aladdin had stopped him. Aladdin convinces Cassim to come back with him to the Palace as his guest and, for a while, he is happy to spend quality time with his son. Cassim meets with Jasmine, Genie (Robin Williams) and the Sultan (Val Bettin), and they immediately take a liking to Aladdin's father.
The story opens with a band of robbers arriving in their hideout with their latest spoils. Just as their incompetent leader, Abis Mal (Jason Alexander), rouses the ire of his men, Aladdin (Scott Weinger) and Abu (Frank Welker) steal the treasures back and distribute most of it among the poor of Agrabah - with the exception of a jewel flower, which Aladdin intends to give to Jasmine. Upon their arrival, Jasmine announces to Aladdin a surprise which the Sultan (Val Bettin) intends to reveal at this evening's dinner. Meanwhile, in the desert, Iago (Gilbert Gottfried) manages to dig himself and Jafar's (Jonathan Freeman) genie lamp out of the sand, into which the Genie had fired them. Jafar orders Iago to release him at once, but Iago, tired of being treated badly by Jafar, throws the lamp into a nearby well. He returns to Agrabah, hoping to convince Aladdin that he had served Jafar only because he had hypnotized him just like the Sultan (even though it's not the truth).
He meets Aladdin and insists that he is innocent, but Aladdin is not fooled and tries to capture him. While chasing Iago, Aladdin has a run-in with Abis Mal and some of his men, but is saved by Iago (out of Iago's character). When Abis Mal and his gang fall on an Egg Merchant's eggs, they end up being chased away by Razoul and the Royal Guards. Now willing to give Iago a fair chance, Aladdin returns with him to the palace, where they are greeted by Genie (Dan Castellaneta), who has returned from seeing the world and is glad to be home in Agrabah. That night, the Sultan announces that he wants to make Aladdin his new grand vizier. Trying to draw on the good mood, Aladdin attempts to persuade the Sultan to forgive Iago, but Iago inadvertently ruins the dinner when Rajah chases him into the room. Sultan and Jasmine are furious as Aladdin tries to tell him that Iago's changed. Sultan informs Aladdin to keep an eye on Iago at all times and receives a warning from Razoul what will happen to Iago if he hasn't changed. Jasmine leaves the room in anger. With Iago's help, though, Jasmine eventually reconciles with Aladdin.
Shinigami own notebooks called "Death Notes" which are used as killing devices. Whoever's name they write down in a death note will die within 40 seconds.
Shinigami Ryuku accidentally dropped his Death Note in the human world where it's found by honor high school student Light.....
The plot: the premises are the same as the manga: Light picks up a Death Note and proceeds to kill off criminals left and right, and the police worldwide are not overjoyed about it. L joins the fray when the police are clueless about what to do and publicly challenges Light. The Japanese police (MPD) remains somewhat by-standers in the Kira case, until they become the point of investigation by the FBI, instructed by L. Light finds out about this and kills off all the FBI agents in Japan, but his tailâ€™s FiancÃ©e, Naomi, wants revenge. Meanwhile the MPD hears about the FBI and isnâ€™t thrilled, most quit from the case, but a selected few stays and demands to meet L, and they do. L, after review the deaths of the FBI agents, wants a 24/7 surveillance on Light and family, pissing off the members of the MPD. Light learns about the surveillance and survives it, but L still suspects Light. Naomi then confronts Light and gets herself killed. L then invites Light to join the investigation.
It looks from the summary above that the plot is the same as the manga, but itâ€™s the little details that are different. Well, there are some major differences, especially with Shiori and Naomi, but the differences actually help establish Lightâ€™s character. More on that later. Purely as a movie, the plot works better than an unedited manga version. The mangaâ€™s plot is driven by detail and dialogue, and that usually doesnâ€™t work too well in movies. By changing the story, it avoided the fallacy where the story is dragged down by the details.
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