Amityville: The Awakening
Belle, her little sister, and her comatose twin brother move into a new house with their single mother Joan in order to save money to help pay for her brother's expensive healthcare. But when strange phenomena begin to occur in the house including the miraculous recovery of her brother, Belle begins to suspect her Mother isn't telling her everything and soon realizes they just moved into the infamous Amityville house.
The movie follows a single mother and her family as they move into a new house. But she may have unwittingly opened a door to the unreal that she will never be able to close. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(mx) wrote: 131122: This was a surprisingly good movie...except for one thing. Why the heck do the makers of movies such as this have to use incorrect firearms? It's such a simple matter and I imagine not much difference in cost. If it wasn't for the modern revolvers, I would've given this film four starts. Having watched it on the small screen (Blackberry Z10), it's potentially an incorrect evaluation but the special effects seemed pretty good. The "bugs" did not appear too digitally inserted. Some good characters; I especially liked Rose Hilridge. Fun find.
(mx) wrote: My Son, My Son, What Have Ye Done? (Werner Herzog, 2009)I have spent years singing Werner Herzog's praises every time I see one of his movies. I think the last of his movies I have less than an enthusiastic review to was The Mystery of Kaspar Hauser, and I saw that, what, ten years ago? (Actually, I looked it up-eight years ago, in August of 2005.) Man, I even defended, and strongly, Bad Lieutenant: Port of Call New Orleans. But every streak must come to an end, and the architect of this one's demise is the 2009 film My Son, My Son, What Have Ye Done?. (For the record: over the past ten years, I have seen nine Herzog films. This is the first to which I have given a below-average review.)Supposedly based on a true story, the film tells us the tale of Brad Macallam (Michael Shannon, who like most of the cast stayed on with Herzog after BL:PoCNO wrapped to make this one), a man who seems to have gone insane during a recent trip to South America, and who just killed his mother (Twin Peaks' Grace Zabriskie) with a sword, taking the whole Stanislavsky thing a little too far (he's playing Orestes in a community-theater play). The bulk of the film is told in flashback, as detectives Havenhurst (Antichrist's Willem Dafoe) and Vargas (End of Watch's Michael Pena) try to piece together the events leading up to the murder by interviewing neighbors and tracking Brad, who left the scene before anyone realized he was the perp.I have to admit, I'm kind of amused by the meta level of "Brad's acting drives him nuts" contrasted with Willem Dafoe's portrayal of Max Schreck in Merhige's Shadow of the Vampire, in which Murnau (John Malkovich) tries to convince the cast that Schreck (who, in the film, really IS a vampire) never appears out of character because he's a Stanislavsky devotee. And the scenery in this flick? Oh, man. I have a tendency to lust after distinctive houses in movies. (That awful 1999 remake of The Haunting? Its only saving grace was the house.) But the movie itself feels soulless to me. Maybe it's Michael Shannon's flat affect, which I'm sure was intentional-Shannon is far too good an actor not to have to work at coming off this horribly, and Herzog is exceptional at getting actors to do exactly what he wants them to do. (How else could he have worked so well with Klaus Kinski all those years?) It works for the character, and if that "based on a true story" gig has this running anywhere close to reality, it's probably in the personality of the main character...but that ends up making for a ponderous movie with a desperately unlikable main character. Many folks who saw this movie found him fascinating, and I am willing to put this down to personal bias, but he just didn't do it for me. Which is all the more frustrating because so much of this cast is comprised of people I adore-Dafoe, Shannon, Zabriskie, Brad Dourif, Loretta Devine, the list goes on. And yet...I just couldn't find a way to grab onto this movie and hold. In my eyes, it was an exceptionally rare miss for Herzog. Your mileage may well vary. **
(ca) wrote: 'Out of the Furnace' is a prime example of a high-quality cast (barely) managing to drag a poor film onto its feet. This is certainly an intense and dark film, but unfortunately, the script struggles to convert this vibe into something authentic and memorable and, instead we're left feeling like this is a pretty standard genre re-hash, covered up with a strong cast. Fortunately, it really is a strong cast. Bale suits the action frontman role perfectly and Affleck's acting fits well with his character, to the point where I could just about forgive how overly-melodramatic his character was compared to the tone of the rest of the film. Harrelson probably stole the show here though as the villain but, unfortunately- it really was just a villain. I've forgotten the character's name because he was only ever 'that mean guy' to me. There's clearly an attempt at something ambitious here but there just wasn't enough in there to pull it off. Unfortunately, much of this film just isn't good enough. Nonetheless, the film had potential and the strong cast each squeezed as much of it out as they could, given what little they often had to work with. As a result, I'd say that this is a decent action flick with a darker edge, but it was clearly going for something far more impressive, and on that front, it failed.
(ca) wrote: I'd never seen a Ulli Lommel film before, but his rep as a director of straight to video true crime material proceeds him. There's not a lot to this story of a girl kidnapped and held for five years by a a strange man, though they try to fill in the gaps with narration by the girl, filling in her life before the kidnapping and the reasons she stays.Ultimately pretty pointless, I'd say rent this if you're a fan of the director, but otherwise give this one a pass.
(us) wrote: Arketa kalo ergaki (kai mono pou eixe mpiliardo mou arese). H Jannsen pera apo gomenara einai arketa kalh. Recommended
(jp) wrote: Who cares about the storyline. Sean Patrick Flanery is HOT!! Although i only just heard of this movie i thought the storyline would be really lame but i watched it and changed my mind. Those ravens were bloody physchotic and i really did enjoy it!!
(mx) wrote: This is easily the worst film of all time, created by the worst YouTuber of all time.This scumbag is responsible for the fall of Nickelodeon! This movie is worse than Biodome, Jack and Jill, and Birdemic!
(de) wrote: idk it's just good man... not crazy funny though which is a little disappointing but still a good and very original comedy. The "who did it" plot was very entertaining and funny especially with the random gore. The two main characters were very entertaining to watch and the acting as a whole was great, combined with good writing and great directing gets you an above average comedy.
(gb) wrote: Underholdende loerdags-film. HATER Neve Campbell.
(gb) wrote: Beautifully filmed and has interesting undertones throughout but it is very slow moving to reflect the pace of rural life in Fenyang so it is quite trying to watch the whole film. I like the play of light and shadows and perspectives in each frame of the film. An artistic film indeed...
(kr) wrote: it's a good action packed movie ever and it's been that way
(gb) wrote: Favorite Scene: History Lesson
(ca) wrote: You heard it on the radio, you seen it on the tv show. A to the k, a to the motherfucking z.
(jp) wrote: one of the best western i've seen!!! in this movie you can truly appreciate Elvis'acting, i dont mind he's not singing , in fact i really like it cause it's allowing you to see how talented as an actor he was!!
(ru) wrote: Worst movie ever? Could have been a fun sendoff to Casablanca. Instead Anderson seems to think she needs to play it like she is the punisher. Oh and wow she can not act to save her life.
(br) wrote: Great movie about a gullible and untalented boxer who thinks he's a winner.