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Kevin M W (kr) wrote: For my money the Titans are where DC should begin their live action opus - but they're not listening to me. Lotsa action, witty repartee and charm, the rest of the DC universe could use the light touch seen here.
Carlos M (ca) wrote: The movie's desperate attempt to look amateurish is risible and the actors are mostly terrible, but the good thing is that it manages to create a disturbing atmosphere and even finds a good justification for the characters to carry around their cameras in the most terrifying moments.
Travis J (br) wrote: Early Murnau, with a few shots that anticipate the genius of his later films but mostly pretty dull. Certainly not as awesome as the poster. Not really recommended.
Dwayne M (us) wrote: This movie did a great job of capturing that old school scene and feeling, without seeming too cheesy or commercial. Definitely prefer this movie to Go. PLUR :)
Hans V (us) wrote: A Dickensian tale set in contemporary Las Vegas, with very spunky Jesse Bradford (also seen in all his naked torso glory in "Swimfan") trying to get his portion of the American dream, as in "rugged individualism and trampling on everybody gets you to the top" kind of ideology, but he is actually completely depending for survival on his newly adopted "family" of gay hustlers and former prostitutes. A sort of David Copperfield in the desert. Bleak and terribly tragic, but oh so slightly annoying by the cop out at the end. Terrific dialog though (via About Gay Movies):Steven: So, you completely straight or what?Johnny: Of course, yeah aren't you?Steven: Well, personally, I dig that but, but when it comes to work it is simply a matter of cash flow.Eric: See, Steven is bisexual. Buy him something and have sex.Steven: I'm a businessman, Johnny, the customer always 'comes' firstRecommended.
Trinity C (br) wrote: Sounds promising as a horror movie.
Christophe C (mx) wrote: TRAIN D'ENFER en vf. Une histoire d'hommes, de loubards et de virilit (C) l'ancienne. Moins bon que le salaire de la peur, mais vraiment agr (C)able!
Mitchell C (ru) wrote: Combining the western genre with Film Noir, Anthony Mann's troubled tail of a father and daughter is brought to life through the night of a desert ranch. The film is bleak and violent with great touches of Melodrama. Stanqyck gives a very strong performance is a role that is way before 'strong females in film'. Walkter Huston gives what I think is his best performance. The direction is great, moving the camera only when needed Mann uses the photography of the landscape do the talking.
Jessi t (ru) wrote: "What the hell?" Was my general reaction to the conclusion of this film. But in a good way. Fun mad scientist movie with Lugosi doing what he does -- playing ludicrous absolutely straight.
Jim C (gb) wrote: A bit serious to start with but as we go on hints of what was to come in better future road films
kkl10 a (ca) wrote: Sunrise: A Song of Two Humans (1927) - 9 Lust, betrayal, failed conspiracies, redemption. This silent pearl portrays a romantic tale where true love and loyalty overcome the strongest lust subversions. Nameless characters are archetypes in a universal and touching story. How bewildering it is to witness the changes undergone by Cinema through only one generation! Pedantic pathos, nave mindset and technical rawness seem relics of prehistoric times, and turn this movie into a living fossil predating civilization and even time itself. In large degree, it's the wonderfully accomplished vision of Friedrich Wilhelm Murnau, and the numerous cinematographic innovations that support it, what contributes to the intemporal and surreal quality of this work. And despite the age, "Sunrise" is still emotionally gripping, suspenseful and occasionally hilarious, even if unwittingly so. In fact, this is one of the few masterpieces able to offer me a cinematic experience almost as riveting as a waking dream. First movie directed in Hollywood by F. W. Murnau, one of the leading figures of German Expressionism in Cinema. This masterpiece is mandatory watch for any cinephile!
Richard G (it) wrote: Vincent Price plays a Mad Scientist who creates Sexy female Robots to squander Rich men of their money,Very silly and as Camp as a row of tents,I'm pretty sure Austin Powers' Fem-Bots were inspired by this film,it has very amusing moments such as 'The Pendulum' scene which we saw in 'The pit+The Pendulum' Vincent Price is great fun in it too,worth a watch.