Assistance mortelle

Assistance mortelle

Haitian born filmmaker Raoul Peck takes us on a 2-year journey inside the challenging, contradictory and colossal rebuilding efforts in post-earthquake Haiti.

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Haitian born filmmaker Raoul Peck takes us on a 2-year journey inside the challenging, contradictory and colossal rebuilding efforts in post-earthquake Haiti. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Lee M (au) wrote: This is a deeply, at times exclusively visceral movie. It aims to wring out, mind-eff and visually beat up its viewers, and perhaps cast a malevolent spell in the process.

Jason S (es) wrote: One of the best films I've ever seen and my favorite Michael Shannon performance.

Wilman A (nl) wrote: This type of thriller movie which never be boring to be watch again. Kudos ! The best of Lebouf so far.

Kenny N (jp) wrote: I can't believe this is real.

Alex F (ru) wrote: Alan Moore talking about himself... it had to be interesting.

Jocey D (kr) wrote: Powerful story of courage, and love, and perseverance over adversity. Great portrayals by all. Wonderful and inspiring tale of real life.

Angie C (ca) wrote: Not even close to as good as the book!

Keenan S (it) wrote: The weakest of an already stupid trilogy, Carnosaur 3 is the worst looking, the most cheap-looking, and the most stupid of the series. And by golly, I liked it! Who could forget such scenes like the rubbery raptor running away from the soldier slowly and the soldier somehow misses shooting it, or the fact these soldiers are almost completely incompetent in their decisions and can't shoot for shit, or who could forget that the dinosaurs can make themselves recover from injuries this time around, and lastly the gloriously bad death scenes are still awesome to watch. Carnosaur 3 still proves there's plenty of dinosaur mayhem to go around for B-movie fanatics like myself. Come on Hollywood, you know you want to remake this series since you've basically run dry on ideas!

Paul J (kr) wrote: A superb thriller/horror filled with creepy atmosphere and an intriguing premise. This must have been one of the first films dealing with a demon. Apparently, the great Tourneur compromised by showing the demon. True, the film would have been better by leaving it open to interpretation, still seeing he demon would have terrified me as a kid. The acting is top notch and the effects for the time are moody and freaky enough to give you goosebumps. All in all, a horror classic from the 50s. Perhaps, one of the last great horror films from the golden age. Two years later, horror would change completely with Psycho.

Sujit O (br) wrote: For a production of such a big scale you ask the question if they could have worked with a better production team.Actors often play shallow roles especially Chaplin's mother. The lighting and camera movements are very monotonous and boring. Editing is incredibly bad and amateurish. Soundtracks are not the best too. However, a good lead played by Downey Jr. and a decent recollection of the life of one the most influential men ever, along with good set design work make it far from a failure. Being a huge fan of Chaplin. A biopic on him was a must see for me. But I must say that his very interesting life could easily been better shown by a better team which we would hopefully see in the future. For the fans of Chaplin curious to know about his drama filled life story, give it a go.

Rick S (nl) wrote: Decent action flick, predictable but still has some fun.

Lamar C (de) wrote: Great movie i mean its has will smith in it all ya need:)

Aiden W (de) wrote: Thought I was going to puke at the end

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