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Jamie C (jp) wrote: GTA in a film just more OTT and a crazy plot but very entertaining with some great action scenes and great humour that will probably only appeal to the male viewers.
Elisabeth H (au) wrote: it was pk, not excatly Biblical
Erik G (fr) wrote: Not bad. Anachronistic use of Handel's Water Music (or is it the music from the Royal Fireworks, I get the two confused.)
Jessica R (de) wrote: I thought this movie was very touching and the cast portrayed a family dealing with grief perfectly. Can't believe I had not heard of it before. Recommended.
Aife G (ca) wrote: Terrible film, the accents are so bad what's wrong with using Irish actors?
Guido S (br) wrote: After having watched both this version and the 2014 version close to one another, this one does not quite live up to the book, but still enjoy this one. Basically a mother takes her children to live with her parents while her father is dying in hopes of winning him back for marrying someone who isn't related to her. However, the kids can't be seen so no one knows they exist and they are poisoned to kill them off. The son and daughter begin to get close as in the book, but don't go farther than that. The ending on this was a little dumb and probably my least favorite part with the wedding and weird death. Otherwise a pretty interesting movie with nothing to do with the book. Probably most notable for Kristy Swanson as the daughter who would go on to be Buffy in the movie version.
Hania S (us) wrote: An amasing unforgettable comedy
Sarah F (mx) wrote: I'd like to see this movie!
Greg W (kr) wrote: well crafted bio-pic
Nick F (fr) wrote: Frankenstein Must be Destroyed is Cushing at his most evil. Rape, brutal murder and horrible manipulation are his hallmarks here. Without companion and conscience, Cushing is more desperate here then in any other film. The brief flashes of irrational anger in previous film come to a full heat as the Baron attacks a thief breaking into his lab, fresh from having chopped off the head of a local doctor. This harkens back to the Baron's murder of the professor and his locking his mistress with the monster in Curse. The oft-criticized rape scene shows itself to be the tagged on exploitative scene it is. No one involved in the filming of it really wanted the scene in the first place and it shows. The Baron ruthless rule of Anna and Karl's home is psychological horror at its best, especially the scene where the water main break revealing the body in the courtyard. The fiery finale is one of the most exciting in the series with some excellent pyrotechnics.
Stephen L (kr) wrote: I liked it and it has several spots that make you think about things.They could have thrown in some kind of twist where it was Erol's body that you actually see in the photo, since it was face down it would have worked.
Scott A (mx) wrote: This movie wasn't as good as I remembered it. Sure the action scenes are great, and maybe a tad to brutal at times, but I think it loses something near the end of the film. Beach isn't all that great in this and when he goes on his crazy trip in the last act, it really ends the film on a sour note. Plus that's around the time Cage starts freaking out too.The supporting cast is quite good with Mark Ruffalo and Christian Slater being the standouts.The Noah Emmerich racist cliche was just too much at times. And the score at times sounded like it came from a low rent SyFy original movie.It's not awful, but when it isn't the big, loud war scenes, it can get far too heavy handed.