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A Film Johnnie

Charlie attempts to meet his favorite movie actress at the Keystone Studio, but does not win friends there.

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Charlie attempts to meet his favorite movie actress at the Keystone Studio, but does not win friends there

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Andy B (jp)

Similar to Maximum Overdrive but still was awesome!!!!!!


Catine M (au)

. . Ca fait penser un m (C)lange entre Bernard Werber et V for Vendetta. . . Film franais assez mal r (C)alis (C) mais bon fond


Cecilia C (us)

true treasure!. The entire film is just a pleasure to watch?it?s funny when it needs to be and exciting at times. Mia Farrow, at first, seemed a little out of place to me as an Irish widow, but after watch a bit I totally forgot I was watching an American actress putting on an accent. Richardson is perfect?I honestly did not expect it when she did mean-spirited things?though I bought it just enough as the plot wants us to (since the surprise ending fits all of the pieces together). Plowright plays her air of superiority perfectly?she?s not too over-the-top but she?s just daft enough to make it seem convincing. Mia Farrow plays a woman who?s a bit out of her league among the widows but they include her anyway (we later find out why) and Natasha Richardson plays a wealthy American from England whose husband died and left her with money and a streak of viciousness. Joan Plowright stars as the matriarch of a section of a town in Ireland known as Widow?s Peak, since all of the residents of the ?section? are widows. Yet, it?s not laugh-out-loud funny?it?s a quiet, subtle film that keeps the audience smiling and guessing. This one never, ever takes itself to seriously?even with a tremendous cast of some of the finest actresses ever. A light, comical film that is like a breath of fresh air in the stuffy world of cinema


Cody C (es)

Violence is lame as fuck. And the script is abysmal. She doesn't even show her titties. This ones a clunker, don't bother


Dani S (de)

A real must see. Each moment, hilarious with a hidden little lesson about growing up, sex, people and life. This is an absolutely precious little gem on growing up and puberty in particular. Yet another reason why Ryan Merriman is one of the most underrated young stars of our time


Geoffrey D (fr)

I liked the fellow who played Casanova and Harvey (though he was dubbed) particularly stood out. That said, it moved slow in some parts, but it was a good one. I liked it, but the transfer of the film I saw was rather poor, making it hard to make out the scenes


J (it)

Overall, See No Evil 2 is a vast improvement upon the first film, but that's not saying much. The acting was decent, it's well-shot, the death scenes were a blast to sit through, the main protagonist is likeable, and the direction was smooth and energetic, but the other characters are bland, the writing is mediocre, the flashbacks were unnecessary, the plot lines weren't needed, and it just feels like another routine slasher flick. FINAL SCORE: 5/10See No Evil 2 is reasonably fun slasher entertainment. Plus, the script gives us a lot of unnecessary plot lines that never impact the story one bit. We didn't need these flashbacks, because A) The first film was a horrendous piece of trash, and B) Jacob Goodnight's motivation for being a psychopathic serial killer isn't really interesting. Also, one thing that aggravated me in this film were the constant flashbacks to the first film so viewers who haven't seen it is aware of the background of the villain. Granted this isn't necessarily a bad thing, but with the talent behind and in front of the camera, it honestly feels like wasted potential. The writing is really quite poor, though not as bad as the first film, and at the end of the day, it's just the same slasher film we've seen thousands of times before. I didn't hate See No Evil 2, but I don't think it's objectively good either. But that's where y'all are wrong. With all this praise I'm giving the film, you're probably thinking I like See No Evil 2. I'll admit, the death scenes in the first film weren't bad, but aside from the cell-phone-shoved-in-throat death, they never really tried anything creative or new. The musical score by the Newton Brothers, topping Tyler Bates' music from the first film, complements the death scenes perfectly. The first few are just standard slasher kills, but later on, they get more creative and inventive. See No Evil 2 also has a lot of entertaining death scenes. The colors of red, yellow, green, and blue were used for different phases of the film, and they heighten the mood quite well. I also liked the lighting choices he and the Soskas made. Mahlon Todd Williams' work on the sequel is very slick and he gives the film a neat, glossy look. The first ten minutes has an oversaturated Michael Bay-like quality, and when we're in the hotel, it's given this dingy, ugly, greenish-brown color palette, and the annoying speed ramping got on my nerves. Ben Nott's cinematography in the first film was absolutely terrible. The cinematography is also much better in this film than in its predecessor. The others are forgettable, and pretty badly-drawn, but at least they're not hateful. I particularly liked the characters Amy, Tamara, and Seth. In the sequel, the Soskas and screenwriters Nathan Brookes and Bobby Lee Darby actually try to make the characters easy to root for. They came across as obnoxious, immature douchebags, so you never feel bad for them when they get axed off by Kane. In the first film, director Gregory Dark and screenwriter Dan Madigan make no attempt to make the characters likeable. Now onto the characters. The other actors are very forgettable and quite bland, but they're still better than the untalented dipshits from the first film. The acting from Harris, Isabelle, and Kane is pretty good. In the sequel, it actually has a little star power with Katharine Isabelle and scream queen Danielle Harris onboard. In the first film, the acting from all the teens and young adults was damn near horrid, and the actors who played the cop and Jacob's mother, respectively, seemed like they were phoning it in. Next up, the acting. The Soskas clearly understood how preposterous the script is and decided to have a little bit of fun with it, and it pays off to a certain extent. The Soskas have impressed me before with American Mary and I'm certainly looking forward to their film adaptation of Painkiller Jane. Whereas Gregory Dark's direction in the first film was incredibly lazy, the Soskas' directorial style actually gives the sequel more energy and class. First up, the direction. See No Evil 2 may not be good, but it's by far a vast improvement upon its predecessor. Then again, maggots were living in his brain in the first film, so I guess anything is possible. I mean, seriously, did See No Evil really need a sequel (a direct-to-DVD one no less)? Jacob Goodnight, Kane's character, died at the end of the first film, so resurrecting him in a sequel would make no sense. I was one of them. Last year, a sequel was announced, and horror fans everywhere screamed out loud, "Fucking really? Why?" I should know. The one good thing in See No Evil was Kane. The characters were hateful and unsympathetic, the writing was incredibly clichd, the cinematography was oversaturated and grimy, and the acting was terrible. I really hated See No Evil. In 2006, Kane made his acting debut with the first film produced by WWE, a slasher film titled See No Evil, helmed by former porn director Gregory Dark. Kane was one bad motherfucker. I never watched WWE that much, but when I did, it always had Kane. Their wild party quickly turns into a terrifying slayfest as the sadistic mass murderer resumes his savage rampage complete with hooks, surgical knives, and power saws. But the surprise is on them when the one-eyed corpse of brutal psychopath Jacob Goodnight (Glenn "Kane" Jacobs) unexpectedly rises from a cold sub-basement slab. A group of friends pays a late night visit to the city morgue to surprise Amy (Danielle Harris) on her birthday. The film is, of course, the sequel to the 2006 film See No Evil. See No Evil 2 is a 2014 horror thriller slasher film directed by Jen and Sylvia Soska, written by Nathan Brookes and Bobby Lee Darby, and starring Glenn "Kane" Jacobs, Danielle Harris, Katharine Isabelle, Kaj-Erik Eriksen, Chelan Simmons, Greyson Holt, Lee Majdoub, and Michael Eklund


Jesse K (ca)

5/5 Is Crank the greatest piece of cinema ever made? Probably. 4


Kristopher D (br)

a good father and son movie to watch any day


Leon B (es)

This movie was a great adventure but i thought there could have been more to it