A documentary on the Deepwater Horizon oil rig explosion as seen through the eyes of oil executives, survivors and Gulf Coast residents who experienced it first-hand and then were left to pick up the pieces while the world moved on.
A death row inmate survives execution and returns as a supernatural force known as Reaper, wrecking havoc on a hotel which happens to be the meeting place of some very dangerous players and a wily girl who's caught up in the middle of it.
A team of U.S. archaeologists unearths an ancient pyramid buried deep beneath the Egyptian desert. As they search the pyramid's depths, they become hopelessly lost in its dark and endless catacombs. Searching for a way out, they become desperate to seek daylight again. They come to realize they aren't just trapped, they are being hunted. Written by
The setting of the movie is not a real place, no three-sided pyramids exist. See more »
Fire obviously scares the pyramid monsters away (as it does most living creatures); both times during this adventure when the red flares were lit, the creatures immediately shied away. Why, then, does this "professional" group of scientists, archaeologists, etc., not think to simply build some fires to block off passageways and/or fashion some hand held torches to keep the beasties away from them? See more »
This is the find of a century.
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The film is very nice... The Critics are not always right...
I went to the movie just because there is nothing else to see in the cinema, despite reading all negative criticism on the film. I googled the film before seeing it and saw terrible rating. So I had my expectation pretty low.
But please, those critics are people too and people have different opinion and tastes on film. I for once never like action films. So I would rate every single action film 1/10. But as a Horror fan, seeing so many horror films, I think the film over all is very good. It scared me a lot of time than most of horror films.
The actors' performances are great, the storyline is interesting, the shooting is pretty nice too. I mean, even though I really hate the "Hand camera" kind of movie like Paranormal Activity and stuffs, but this one is pretty nice.
I'm glad that they did not include mummies in the film since it's going to make it looks like just another "The Mummy" films. The monster they have in the film is pretty good but somehow ridiculous. And once again, they have all these pyramid elements in the films such as dead-end, traps, secret passages/doors, secret rooms, and maze passages... etc.
The only problem I had with the film is the title. Maybe they should have something more creative and interesting instead of straight forward "The Pyramid". Maybe something that connected to the storyline.
But over all this is a great film. I would totally dig this film for movie night alone or with my homies... And it's worth seeing yo....
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