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THEdjpluto (es) wrote: Annabelle is a terribly underrated movie. This film is the very definition of creepy and director John R Leonetti utilizes said creepiness to full effect.
Dane H (it) wrote: If I had to condense this movie down to one word, it would be "Trainwreck". The movie pretends high-schoolers have no brain, to start. Not one person acts like they would in real life. The characters are in high school, yet every one of them acts like an intoxicated toddler. I would be shocked if the collective intelligence of every one of the main characters rivaled that of a squirrel. That's how bad it is. Parents, this movie could only possibly apply to your child if they have some very glaring mental disabilities. And in that case, you've got a whole 'nother problem on your hands, and it isn't cyberbullying. Full of absolutely ridiculous overreactions to mundane internet insults, the movie tries to sell the viewed on the idea that, "Because my child is too dumb to use the internet properly, we need to legislate free speech out of existence so their feelings don't get hurt." Plot Synopsis (Spoilers):The movie revolves around overprivileged, empty-headed Brat Girl #1 and her circle of lackeys. All of them are high-schoolers yet look like they are in their 20's. A sign of things to come? A new website called Clickster is becoming popular with everyone in the high school. It's like Facebook except with an even more poorly-designed graphical user interface. All the kids are into it, and if you aren't, you're not cool. Just the sort of logic I would expect this laughable movie to have. Brat Girl #1, having shy of 20 brain cells to rub together, receives a new laptop as a gift and immediately begins shunning her friends and doing nothing but checking her social media constantly. She blows off a trip with her friend to the mall to sit at home and wait for her crush to message her back online. Facepalm. Brat Girl #1 then proceeds to somehow allow her little brother to enter her password for her Clickster account, and posts "I'm a naughty girl, someone should spank me" on her profile. Brat girl #1, being the super-genius that she is, doesn't just post "That was my little brother, lol" but starts sobbing hysterically and pretends her life is over, then proceeds to say "ur nasty and a b**ch" to one of the people who replied to her brother's post. That person, who I'll call Brat Girl #2, is the popular girl at school. Or something. Brat Girl #2 then proceeds to rain fire and hell down upon Brat Girl #1 and set out to ruin her social media life through a series of Clickster videos. You know, the sort of thing someone might actually bother to do if they have not even a single iota of common sense floating through their empty head. The transition to Act 3 comes when Brat Girl #1 suddenly becomes suicidal because of all the trolls on her social media account. She makes a pathetic plea for attention by releasing a video of her claiming she'll commit suicide on Clickster. Her friend rushes over to Brat Girl #1's house to stop her, only to find her sitting on the toilet screaming, "I CAN'T GET THE CAP OFF!" while struggling to open a bottle of Aspirin. Yes, this is the main character you're supposed to care about, trying and failing to open a child-proof aspirin bottle. I think that speaks volumes about this entire movie, really. Cut to Brat Girl #1 in a cyberbullying victim therapy group. Brat Girl #1 then tearfully explains that she once called someone a b*tch online. Oh, the humanity. Brat Girl #2 at school then gets preached to in the cafeteria by Brat Girl #1, who has teamed up with a gay kid in class who Brat Girl #2 had once called a fairy. The End. This movie is the pinnacle of stupidity. It's written by the type of people who might have called Thomas Edison a witch back in the day. It's almost like watching a group of out-of-touch grandmothers trying to get the internet shut down because it's change and change is scary. You also get the feeling it might have been written by an overbearing mother who wants the First Amendment destroyed because someone might say something hurtful to their high-school aged baby of a child. Either way, it's delusional and it's ugly. This insipid PSA about the big, bad internet eventually morphs into a PSA that a high production value and decent cinematography can't turn a trainwreck of a script into a good one.
Will V (it) wrote: Lovely, emotionally resonant, funny and sad all at the same time. Definitely for those who like beauty, depth and simplicity in their dramas. It's slow moving -- and emotionally moving.
Tom K (nl) wrote: You'll have a bloody good time with this unique twist on the flesh-eating zombie movie!
Ashley R (ag) wrote: i liked it shows great adventurus kids
Nicki M (es) wrote: I watched this while distracted, so I do intend to rewatch it, and my rating may change. Will review properly then. Movie seemed good, but not quite what I expected.
Blackout b (ru) wrote: Awesome movie. Us we should believe about destiny.
JeanPiero Z (ru) wrote: Probably the weirdest movie I've ever seen but still interesting to watch, it kept my attention the whole way through even though it was quite bizarre.
Kieran T (fr) wrote: some damn solid action from Gordon Chan
Eric H (kr) wrote: The movie is special .I think Julianne Moore gives a truly great performance possibly one of the best of her career. The dialog was great and very life like. The movie has some great cinematography especially in the later half of the film. The movie is way ahead of its' time. It definitely corresponds to the millennium than to Generation X when it was made. The movie will give you a whole new view on things you have never stopped to ponder.
TheSecond P (es) wrote: the movie is so bad for so many reasons, the kitch that was the 90s refering to style, the weak storyline and overacting, but I am ashamed to admit I loved the 90s and I did enjoy the moviePS and for some reason it reminded me of Bad Boys 1995
Jason V (br) wrote: Top 3 Christmas Classic!
Devon W (ag) wrote: A decent but unnecessary sequel. Terry O'Quinn is a fantastic actor
Scott J (it) wrote: Bad in every sense of the word. It recycles Goblin score from Dawn of the Dead, the zombies are half oatmeal face and half ripped off from Tom Savini's DOTD look, the writing is awful, there's documentary footage spliced in because there's obviously no money, and you just don't care what happens.
Davey M (br) wrote: One of the best westerns ever. Casting James Stewart opposite Marlene Dietrich was a strange idea, whoever's it was, and the film gets much of its appeal from those character's central dynamic. Dietrich, as always, exudes energy even when she seems to be doing nothing (though that's rarely the case here, where she sings, dances, and throws things), and Stewart gives one of his most drolly charming performances in the role of Destry (it doesn't hurt that he's a wonderfully-written hero), and the film is full of the sorts of delicious supporting characters and comic subplots that were a hallmark of much of the best of 1930s Hollywood. Director George Marshall handles the light comedy a bit more deftly than he does the weightier drama of the last act, but by then we're invested enough in the story and characters that it still packs a punch. The whole is funny, fast, well plotted, and really just a pretty pristine example of everything Golden Age Hollywood moviemaking was capable of doing right.
James H (us) wrote: 78/100. This historical film is quite fascinating. The camerawork was excellent, very creative and the effect is great. Interesting use of shadows as well, very unique. Helen Morgan is excellent in the lead role. It's a strong story, more brutal than I would have expected. Rouben Mamoulian's direction is very good, he develops the characters very well. There is some awkwardness to the film, but that is due to it being one of the first all talking films. A must for any serious film buff.
John T (it) wrote: Mildly depressing, but very good. A super rich superstar is paralyzed and is taken care of by a poor down on her luck girl who starts to fall for him.