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Leonardo Malacay S (es) wrote: Putas y locos juntos es una situacin divertida y mas cuando se toma al sexo como terapia, y ocurre un asesinato en el puticlub
Jeremy S (au) wrote: Well what did you expect? It's a movie about a Bachelor party in Vegas. Low on story great on stupid humor
Andrey B (kr) wrote: A strong movie on a seemingly hackneyed subject of courtroom thrillers. But this movie has it all to make a solid and riveting example of how a nicely thriller should be done.
Peter F (kr) wrote: A masterpiece, that now even 43 years after it's release still doesn't look quite like anything else in cinema. Walkabout on one hand could have been played as an adventure film, Roeg uses his aesthetic to create a far more existential piece, that brings up pivotal questions regarding civilization, communication, and human durability. Roeg's experience shooting Lawrence of Arabia is very apparent here, as he captures a majestic beauty of the Outback, that is made all the more impactful when interspersed with grotesque images of death and decay, that are more provocative than tasteless. Roeg was probably the best British filmmaker of the 70s, and this is probably his best film.
Trent W (gb) wrote: I love this movie... thought provoking and deep and meaningful... i can now appreciate the appeal of the eternal sunshine of a spotless mind... in more ways then one
John D (gb) wrote: Spoiler filled review(Synopsis)Nicolas Cage returns as the Ghost Rider for this sequel (of sorts) to the 2007 film "Ghost Rider". This time we see Johnny Blaze traveling the world around Eastern Europe taking refuge. Until he is confronted by a Monk (Idris Elba) asking for his help in protecting a special young boy. At first Blaze is unwilling until the monk explains to him that he can in fact get rid of his "curse". The only catch is that Mephistopheles/The Devil (Cirian Hinds) wants him too. So bad he even endows some of his power to bring about a new foe for the Rider to face. Johnny learns that The Devil (going by the name of Roarke) is wanting to use this boy as a host to walk the earth and spread his will. What Roarke doesn't know is that when the Ghost Rider is involved, nothing is that easy.(Review)The definition of ??Sequel?? states: A published, broadcast, or recorded work that continues the story or develops the theme of an earlier one. So, yes this is a sequel? just checking. Mark Neveldine & Brian Taylor tag team this effort in bringing Ghost Rider back to theatres. You would think that two brains are better than one? Not in this case. Now, as far as a Ghost Rider ??movie?? I liked this movie better than the first one. Even with the lackluster critical acclaim it fit more of the Ghost Rider character than the earlier attempt. Devoid of the Elvis crap, and ??pointing at everything that moves?? as well as Eva Mendes. So, I can??t give them fault in trying to resolve all the 2007 movies?? faults. They even decided to make Nic Cage do the physical acting for Ghost Rider this time around. Look kids it??s not Franken-Rider!! In trying to resolve these problems they've created some new ones. Ooh, let's find out shall we?The acting and actors themselves were a turnaround that was definitely welcomed. Except for one Nicolas Cage-bot that hampered many scenes with his overacting and his uncomfortable exchanges with the other actors. It was unexpected to see them cast him again but honestly it helps keep continuity in play but his second chance was wasted. Examples may include but not limited to 1) The exchange with the nurse ??I??m flirting??. 2) The exchange with Nadya in the car ??The rider is gonna ? Come out!?? 3) The exchange with the low life at the underground fight club ??Scrapin?? at the door!, Scrapin?? at the door!?? and about 30-40 more small instances where you really question this guy??s ability not only to act but to function in society. I??ll tell you though Moreau (Idris Elba) was the highlight of the movie for me. Loved his acting and his character was great. Ray Carrigan/Blackout (Johnny Whitworth) had to have gone to the Stephen Dorf acting school for lame side villains. I can almost guarantee it. Cirian Hinds (Roarke) plays his part as the Devil but doesn??t stand out.That brings up Roarke. Why ??Roarke??? I mean Mephisto, no wait... The Devil, Mephistopheles, Lord of Evil, Prince of Devils, Prince of Lies, Lord of the Lower Depths, Satan, Beelzebub, Maya, Lucifer, Nick Scratch, the Friend, Legion but he has never ever been called ??Roarke??. What, there wasn??t enough name choice to choose from? As far as Danny Ketch is concerned it seems like they (David S. Goyer) just wanted to use the name for fan-boy recognition. Danny Ketch is the 3rd Ghost Rider in comic history. He is not the following: Son of Satan, a kid when Blaze meets him, Son to a woman name Nadya. Blackout was a constant villain for Danny Ketch??s Ghost Rider iteration in comics but that is another change that was made to fit into the story? Somebody needs to proofread Goyer??s work. Ray Carrigan/Blackout was a gun-runner for Roarke and at death when Roarke imbues his mystical bad guy powers to him. This gives Blackout the power of Darkness and Decay. To find out more about the real Blackout character click here. Blackout??s comic book persona had the power of Darkness but this new ??Decay?? thing is new to the character. Probably added due to the Twinkie scene.This movie had a certain ??grittiness?? that is needed for the character. I felt the cut scenes helped push the audience through giving them the knowledge needed to continue on. I could have done without the over the top action camera movements. I was glad to see Ghost Rider traveling the world as he has been known to do and it catches that same vibe of him running into situations based on his location. Although, I did not feel that Ghost Rider needed to be ??Horror?? movie flick type scary-guy. Which is what I feel was the direction. At moments it??s pretty cool, but there is too much of it and it takes away from the character. I loved all action scenes with GR and I wish he would have had more speaking lines. ??Road-kill??. I also loved that they expanded more on Zarathos the Spirit of Vengeance.So, on the whole it was better than the first for me. Nic Cage needs to stop. Before I end this I have a final question to the masterwork of David S. Goyer (Blade Trilogy, Batman Trilogy). Does the Devil honestly need sedatives to make the boy relax?Comic Book Movie Plus: Idris Elba: Thor, The Losers - Nicholas Cage: Ghost Rider, Kick-Ass
Crystal V (it) wrote: Disjointed, trite and contrived, this film has promise but fails to deliver anything with meaning. Brosnan is good, but the two female leads reduce this effort to a cheesy, glossy affair that feels like a low budget TV movie.
Zane T (jp) wrote: The most creative thing of this movie is its title. If you're expecting a zombie movie, go rent Night of the Living Dead, Zombie, Return of the Living Dead, Dawn of the Dead, Zombieland. If you want to watch about an hour of uninteresting people stand around griping at each other in a mock graveyard that looks like it was filmed in someone's backyard and in an old building which looks like the wall paper was ripped off, then this movie is for you. The dead don't even come out of the grave until the last 15 minutes or so and if you need about 5 minutes of corpses coming out of their graves, this movie is for you. For the most part, this movie is a letdown. Maybe it was because it looks like it was filmed on a small budget with community theater actors. Bob Clark would go on to make a better horror movie, Black Christmas, and more successful movies, Porky's, and his masterpiece, A Christmas Story. Everyone's got to start at the bottom and this movie is about as low as you go.
Samuel M (mx) wrote: Otra de esas obras que nos demuestra lo buen cineasta que es Carpenter.Era dificil de creer que una obra con una propuesta tan alocada pueda ser una pelcula de terror tan bien enfocada y recreada. Christine no nos dar miedo per se, pero la tensin se va construyendo poco a poco de forma magistral, no solo por las actuaciones de sus actores, la edicin y ese brutal ritmo, sino por los increibles planos que consiguen convertir a Christine en un elemento realmente amenzador. Una cinta que se rod y edit con gran mimo, algo que se deja ver en cada segundo de pelcula.