Alive in Joburg

Alive in Joburg

An eerie tale of a close encounter of the third kind in Johannesburg.

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Alive in Joburg torrent reviews

Michael Y (br) wrote: A great and enjoyable film! The storyline is really great.

Steve W (us) wrote: This black & white version of Snow White done in Spain is a visually and musically rich story, but also very dark and macabre. It pulls no punches in its darker moments, for a twisted take on the classic fairy tale.

Shannon H (jp) wrote: funny and good , dont understand while it was so poorly rated, these 2 are good together, recommended for sure

Sara W (mx) wrote: ...........the f*ck?

DorMari v (br) wrote: I loved this movie - I've watched it a hundred times already, but can't get enough of it.

emily h (fr) wrote: Not good, weird, boring, not impressed

Zach L (es) wrote: Very moving drama and drasis together> was quite ahppy twith the result

Jon W (mx) wrote: While it starts off well enough, the movie loses pretty much all of its momentum somewhere around 2/3rds of the way through. While never really creepy, there are parts that kinda work in the familiar way that slasher movies can. But aside from the scene with the heroine stuck in a tree that the killer chops down, the last 3rd is really devoid of much excitement. The way the final killer is offed is interesting, he's choked to death by the main girl shoving her arm down his throat, wacky. Could have been decent, but the pacing is pretty bad.

Tessie P (us) wrote: wth did I just watch lol

Shane G (au) wrote: YES! LESBIAN VAMPIRES!

Sarah E (ru) wrote: Not for the avant-garde averse, but if you can dig its style, you'll find its choices are bold and illuminating. Chikamatsu is a genius of plot and character, his two main women pillars of strength in a society bound by obligation. Shinoda's barred yet open set elegantly captures the lack of both freedom and privacy. The main performances are a marvelous blend of modern film realism and the operatic stylization of kabuki/bunraku performance. The kurogo (black puppeteers) are ominous and effective.

Charlie B (nl) wrote: Wow. As I believe Roger Ebert said, if you're not weeping at the end of this movie, you have no heart.

Alex V (es) wrote: Movie has an awesome end.

Greg R (fr) wrote: Cute. Not exceptional. But cute

Tyler R (es) wrote: Kudos to Kevin Smith for opting for something a little more serious and grim. Unfortunately, Red State is a little bit of a mess, but it still winds up being good. The film follows three boys who find themselves in more trouble than they bargained for when they meet a woman who is soliciting sex. This is a bold, bold film. Especially when it pretty much parallels the whole Westboro situation going on today. Not many filmmakers would tackle this type of film, but leave it to Kevin Smith to be brash enough. Acting wise, everyone except John Goodman and Michael Parks is pretty much disposable, but these two are pretty good, especially Parks. Pacing wise, the film jumps right into things, but that's one it's biggest faults. It gets too wrapped up in keeping things kinetic, it literally throws away an entire side plot and skips the character development. We barely get to know any of these characters before their time runs out. In terms of story, like I said, this is bold material. However, it certainly feels like there are times when Smith decided to go off about religion or government. And these scenes are immediately noticeable, because they are the least natural and break the flow of the film. When it ends, the viewer is left with a conflicting piece of dialogue that pretty much sums up the film. I won't spoil it here, but I will say that there was supposedly an alternate ending where the trumpets and horns meant something, but I'll let you figure that out and decide if that would have been a better route to go.

Nick L (ru) wrote: 1. Tom Cruise 2. RD Jr. 3. Ben Stiller. One of my fav. comedies. 9/10.