A Dangerous Method

A Dangerous Method

Seduced by the challenge of an impossible case, the driven Dr. Carl Jung takes the unbalanced yet beautiful Sabina Spielrein as his patient. Jung’s weapon is the method of his master, the renowned Sigmund Freud. Both men fall under Sabina’s spell.

In 1904 a Russian woman named Sabina Spielrein (Keira Knightley) arrives at Carl Jung's (Michael Fassbender) clinic, seeking treatment for hysteria. Jung has begun using Dr. Sigmund Freud's talking cure with some of his patients. Both men fall under Sabina's spell. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Christopher M (us) wrote: Behind Enemy Lines: Colombia is an enjoyable straight to DVD action flick from WWE. I wasn't expecting much because I tend to hate WWE films, but this one was rather impressive. The plot was nothing special, it centers around a Navy SEALS team that is stuck in Colombia with scores of bad guys chasing them down. We've seen it all before, but the action was fast-paced and intense. The fights, both hand-to-hand and guns, were very well choreographed. The score was fitting and solid, and the cinematography was nice. I was also really glad that they didn't make Ken Anderson (aka WWE Wrestler Mr. Kennedy) the main star, even though that's how this film was marketetd. He hardly even has a supporting role in this thank god... because when he was given dialog, he delivered it horribly. If you're in the mood for a popcorn military-style action flick, don't be afraid to check this one out. It doesn't disappoint in that sense. add comment

Steve J (mx) wrote: After reading the description I was left thinking "Weekend at Bernie's" in Ireland, but it turned out to be much, much better.

Stacie (us) wrote: So cheesy, so Canadian. I love it. Not as bad as it could have been. I think it has to do with the fact that Richard Burton holds his own and elevates the whole thing above what normally turns into garbage.

Ryan M (kr) wrote: 3.2/10 "Beyond the Darkness", also known as "Buio Omega", or perhaps even "The Final Darkness" (whatever, just call it one of the three) is a lazy Italian gore flick that has about as much appeal as a heartfelt drama to a horror fan, and about as much brains as an exploitation/sleaze flick should be expected to have. I like horror movies, and I sometimes enjoy exploitation films (the self-aware kind), so I decided to check it out. Who knows, I thought: maybe it will be yet another stylish and entertaining Italian horror film to add to my horror collection. I was open-minded and ever-so-ready to be entertained. And in the end, one side of me was, and one side of me was not. This is nothing more than an obscure shock flick that pretty much landed itself the reputation that it has today; if it even has a reputation. I found out about the film through one of my favorite bands, Goblin; who scored the film. They did a good job, and I knew that before I even watched the damn movie. But not even a stylized, awesome film score can save an underdeveloped plot with one-dimensional characters. Long story short, the stupidity takes the fun factor down a significant notch. A jealous house-keeper kills a middle-aged orphan's wife with a voodoo doll; thus making it appear as if the death was induced by illness. The husband cares not about how his wife died; he just cares that she's dead, and that he will never be able to love again. He brings the dead corpse home with him on the night of the burial, which leads to the start of something new and rather sick. He takes out the organs, and sets his dead wife on the bed. He has preserved her, and she will always be with him; or perhaps it's the other way around. Anyways, the man spirals downwards into psychotic rage; killing every man or woman that dares set foot near him. He seduces and kills; those are his two combined methods. The house-keeper decides to help him, in hopes of comforting him and taking him for herself one day. I'm not so sure that this approach is going to work so well, considering the real movie psychos are rarely deceived or deluded by women. Oh, but the character in "Buio Omega" is not a real movie psycho. In fact, he's a real sorry excuse for one. The film was, like many other Italian horror films both before and after it, written for the sake of drawing in an audience. The plot is full of holes, and never cares to touch on why this guy is going to howling mad. What people go for, and what the filmmaker made the movie for, is for the gore scenes. People are bitten, chopped up, dissected, and beheaded. If that's your kind of thing, then come on in: the cinematic slaughterhouse is unquestionably open for business. But me, I want a story, or a style, when it comes to my horror films. This movie does not have either. It's basically a mix-match of kills and disturbing behavior meant to provoke a disturbed and uneasy reaction out of the audience. This is definitely a shocking, repulsive film; although thankfully, it's still (sort of) watchable. On the bright side, it just doesn't have the kind of off-putting scenes found in shit like "The New York Ripper". Both movies are still worth staying away from, that is, unless you get off to the presence of blood dripping and flesh ripping. But no matter how you look at it, fun exploitation flick or not, this is just bad, bad, bad; poorly acted crap that tries to be stylish, and has the poster of a surrealist film; but fails to be either, ultimately. I can't imagine what reasons I could ever give for one to see it, because as of now, I'm feeling rather cynical. But it's not like my reaction to this film was chosen.

Tiffany R (es) wrote: this movie is slow and very much in need of some better acting.

Carlos I (nl) wrote: Such a fantastic remake. One of the best, as well as one of the top Zombie flicks. Falls apart a little at the end, but it's still so damn good.

Blais E (au) wrote: The incredible and definitive screen treatment of H G Wells's classic sc-fi tale, with Stop-Motion Animating Master Ray Harryhausen's customarily-splendid effects taking center stage. Two Victorian adventurers embark on an exciting trip to the moon and encounter an intelligent, insect-like civilization there upon their arrival, and eventually are exposed to the inner workings of their bizarre yet intriguing society as well as fend off attacks from the enormous "Moon-Calfs", gargantuan and rapacious Caterpillar-like monstrosities. Featuring breath-taking visuals and superb performances by the small cast, especially wiry Lionel Jeffries as the madcap Professor Cavor, and Martha Hyer as the highstrung stowaway-fiancee of the younger space traveler (Edward Judd). Supremely enjoyable entertainment.

Alec B (nl) wrote: Incredibly cliche yet entertaining sequel to "Olympus Has Fallen", this time set in London, England.