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Al M (jp)
By no means a classic, Just Before Dawn nonetheless manages to be a memorable and under-appreciated slasher film that will almost assuredly entertain fans of genre looking for films they haven't seen. It's a dirty looking film, which highlights its depiction of dirty deeds. While Just Before Dawn features numerous comedic moments, it is not always as cheesy as some of its contemporary slasher fare, and this is predominately because it cultivates a realistic, "snuff film" aesthetic similar to Craven's Last House on the Left. A mostly unknown golden age slasher, Just Before Dawn is a brutal, twisted little gem that will delight fans of the genre with its gritty aesthetic and inbred killer family in the vein of Chainsaw Massacre and The Hills Have Eyes
Alexander C (jp)
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . beautiful, yet flawed. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Not entirely a good movie but i enjoyed myself some parts were funny but i expected bigger laughs but still good entertainemnt
Daniel D (au)
A humanised Leonard inspired thriller that carries great performances
Eve A (ca)
I wonder, do they have a clue why their movie sucks so bad?
Hannah D (it)
I really enjoyed the friendship between Elizabeth and Arthur. The three main leads, Terence Stamp, Vanessa Redgrave and Gemma Arterton are all really good in their roles. Yes, maybe it's a bit predictable, but this is life-affirming and makes you feel good about the world when it's finished
Jei P (br)
78% did they sleep through the movie???
Martin S (es)
The story lacks a bit, but it's made up by the action and brilliant animation. This film is a visual delight. One of my favourite mangas
Phil H (fr)
I didn't hate the film but it did drag, yet I can fully appreciate what this film achieved for the time, hence I must give kudos. With that, and for the first time, I am going to admit that I will mark this film up for its well crafted content, both historically (a perfect time capsule) and performance wise. Yes the dialog is nippy and witty, yes the acting is superb and yes the story unravels well, but its a slow burner with little to no action, sooo it was a little tough to endure at times. Now despite all that I must be completely honest here, and with that I must admit that I did in fact find the film slightly dull (ducks for cover!). What you have is essentially a science fiction disaster flick that could easily of been utter nonsense, but instead its very suspenseful and penetrating with plenty of clever dialog. So yes this is a very good picture showing how reliable and intelligent British movie making could be. Then of course you have the ever dependable matte paintings that show us a dried up Thames along with various other hotspots around the world. Kinda cheesy looking superimposed effect (I'm guessing) that worked better when motionless and with the added misty sets. One of the two special effects that were actually created for the film was the swirling mist that rolls into London. There is a lot of stock footage used to show natural weather disasters occurring across the globe as things go belly up, unfortunately these are obvious but meh. Early on in the film and towards the finale the film is tinted yellow/orange to give the devastating impression of Sun's heat as the Earth travels closer towards it, again very simple yet effective. The extreme heat is simply hinted at by making the performers wet, sweat stains, never seeing any H2O anywhere, simple but effective. We don't see the nuclear blasts in any way or form so that's that. Lets be honest here, the film had a small budget and it was made in the early 60's, I think you know not to expect anything grand, this ain't Stanley Kubrick. As for the little special effects there are (not much), its serviceable. Most movies around that time usually came across a bit more silly with monsters, mutants or aliens being the outright cause or near enough. . . The main difference here with this film was the fact it all looked and felt so realistic, the panic and horror was very authentic, the heat problems, lack of water, spreading illness etc. perfect! Guest jumps on that trusty bandwagon with gusto, really elevating those anxieties to the maximum by having a double dose of nuclear bomb testing to contend with. . . An easy way to snag people's interests and fears at the same time; making them aware, educating them (?) and terrifying them. Next to all that there is of course the good old nuclear threat that most American movies drummed into people during the 50's and 60's. You get both worlds, the stiff upper crust of the British Empire set against the slow emergence of a more younger liberal culture (for better or worse though?). . . Outside its pretty much as you would expect with the British people of the verge of the wild sixties and things like the hippie movement and youth protests etc. What's also amusing is the total reliance on old fashioned rotary dial phones, they are everywhere and the main source of communication between the string of departments. I would hazard a guess that this film is actually of historical interest with its footage of the internal workings of a major paper. Its interesting to see the big editor at the top passing an order down through the ranks of the company, from various chubby, tie wearing, moustachioed suits to another, until we get to the bowels where the skinnier working class men work the prints. Another obvious theme is class structure, something mainly observed again within the Express company. But you can clearly see the male dominance of all roles throughout the Express company, all smoking merrily I might add. Of course Munro's character isn't completely like that, she starts out that way but slowly transforms into a stronger character, yet she is still the damsel in distress, the weak woman needing a strong man. for all the kids at home), how women were clearly only given secretarial roles and meant to just look pretty in the background. . . The first and most obvious being how men ruled the waves back then (sexism. The film throws up many themes through its story which I'm guessing was merely an accident of the era, not on purpose. Its fascinating to watch how life chugged along back then, the way an old fashioned big time paper actually worked with hundreds of men and machines, all finely tuned like the innards of a clock. The irony is this film actually feels more like a real life look back at the UK during the early 60's, an actual documentary. It all feels very natural, realistic and you can understand every word spoken, not a single line of dialog is wasted. None the less both actors are pretty fudging amazing and play off each other effortlessly. He tries to be likeable and lovable but often comes across more rude, outspoken and far too controlling. All I would say about this guy is Judd actually does too good a job of conveying this character across, and I found myself not liking him. On the flip side you also have a great performance from Judd with his own equal fast talking, cynical and downbeat character of Stenning. His quips and natter really make you feel like you're watching a genuine documentary about working in the paper biz. Indeed McKern really shows off his acting chops in this with his gruff but kind Maguire character, large on figure, large on nose, but gentle at heart. Much of this is integral to the plot of course, but much of it is simply banter between the two and often other workers. You get a lot of conversation between Stenning and Maguire about his current situation, work assignments, other colleagues and of course his new interest Jeannie Craig. A lot of the runtime features simply life going on, the character of Stenning having a bit of a break down over his marriage, looking after his little boy, having trouble at work and his colleague covering for him. There is of course a plan by world leaders to try and rectify the problem with more massive nuclear blasts, but will it work?So like I said, there isn't much excitement in the terms of special effects, mass destruction or monsters and aliens going on here, this is very much a talkie picture. What follows from this point onwards is the general reaction by the government and people to this horrific news, how life quickly changes during the ever increasing panic. Eventually the truth comes out that the testing did in fact knock the Earth off its axis by 11 degrees, and has pushed its orbit closer to the Sun. As the weather starts to get more and more outrageous our protagonists learn of the nuclear testing that occurred and begin to question it. Life is shown as usual, the daily grind. We meet various other paper employees during this course of time, such as his close colleague Bill Maguire (Leo McKern), his editor boss and of course his future love interest Jeannie Craig (Janet Munro). Stenning works for the Daily Express in London and is basically having a frustrating time with bad assignments and a marriage gone awry. The whole plot is told as a flashback by the main character of Peter Stenning (Edward Judd), the events in his life leading up to the tests, the discovery of the tests and what came next. which is both amazing and typically foolish. . . This rather simple story follows the events on Earth after the Americans and Russians both test nuclear weapons at the same time, without either knowing. where you don't actually see any disasters or anything, much. . . On a relatively small budget that was all British financing, virtually no special effects, no action and all dialog, director Val Guest managed to create quite a stir with his bleak dystopian, apocalyptic, disaster movie. In a decade that was chock full of various science Fiction and fantasy movies, there was this thoroughly all British affair that pretty much stood out from the crowd in terms of realism (bar one or two other classics)
Philip B (mx)
Not into horrors these days