A disturbed woman and a violent lunatic walk the same path in this thriller from Swedish director Kristian Petri. Monia is a businesswoman who has been hired to work for a large corporation based in Gothenburg. One evening, while having drinks with her colleagues, Monia steps outside for some air and she happens upon a man who has been brutally stabbed by a serial killer on the loose. Monia, who feels a curious emotional distance from the world around her, isn't sure what to make of this incident at first, but she can't get the violent image out of her mind, and over the next several days she keeps stumbling upon victims of the killer's handiwork. No one finds any of this remarkable besides her friend Frank, but in time she begins crossing paths with a curious man who seems to appear at the same crimes scenes she observes.
Mona has just moved to a new town and a new job, when she witness a grisly murder. She's shocked but also fascinated, and when the police won't listen, she starts her own investigations. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Juliana C (ru) wrote: Aqueles que no sabem fazer amor, fazem guerra
Austin G (jp) wrote: While this film is mainly directed at fathers, the whole family can get something out of this. Heart, humor, and yes, courage.
Brandon W (kr) wrote: Freedom Writers is a very heartwarming film that you would feel bad about the characters. Hilary Swank and the kids are really good in this. It may be predictable a bit, but it's very moving and I want them to do well. Although Patrick Dempsey is really good in this, his character was selfish. It makes sense why he's acting that, and he appreciate what she's doing, but he threw me off a bit. But flaws aside, it's a great "true story" movie and I'm glad I saw it before it expired in Netflix.
Jolle L (kr) wrote: J'adore! C'est dans ma catgorie de films bonbons qui me font toujours sourire.
Eric M (gb) wrote: Insightful comment on "reality tv". Disturbingly funny.
Ronasha W (br) wrote: offcourse i luv that movie
Shamanda T (nl) wrote: One of my favorite movies of all time when I was little.
John R (ru) wrote: 140903: I'd forgotten how good this movie was. Unfortunately, it seems to lose a bit of momentum in the second half. Cool characters, cool firearms and lots of action. Don't worry, it picks up again.
daniel g (es) wrote: curly top mvie poster curly top actor&cast shirley temple
Peter P (ca) wrote: Gotta love Pam Grier in her blaxplotation prime. Sure, the story is kinda all over the place, but Grier makes it totally worth seeing, especially seeing as I totally have a thing for her, pity I was a kid in the 70's.
Matt G (de) wrote: I'm pretty sure the concept of actual "dead silence" is scarier than the movie "Dead Silence". Feels like a movie middle school kids watch at a sleepover. Hokey, old-fashioned (in a bad way), and abounding in horror clichs.
o0Jumbo0o (br) wrote: So boring and then the film takes a complete turn into a fantasy land. Did not enjoy this.
Bradley J (ca) wrote: Is this claptrap still scary to anyone? The series has run its course which is highly evident within this boring, unscary slog. Rating: 38
Simon D (it) wrote: A fairly ordinary occult/zombie movie but the effects were ambitious, sometimes a little too ambitious as the flesh being eaten doesn't look even remotely human at times. You've gotta credit them with a decent shock factor though. These Italian horrors of this era would have been much better if the sound dubbing had been a little more professional though. In this and some of the others I've seen, the syncing is pretty poor and sometimes it's clear that the spoken words don't match what the actor is saying. This is just something that irks me. This is otherwise a decent horror in a generally weak genre.
Matthew B (fr) wrote: Don't let the title fool you. The movie doesn't have elephant in it, but it has a deep meaning to it that will make your feel like mash after thinking about it to long. The story is about high school violence that unfolds on an ordinary school day, inside an American high school, filled with schoolwork, football, gossip and socializing. For each of the students we meet, high school is a different experience: stimulating, friendly, traumatic, lonely, hard.Elephant is loosely based on the school shooting in 1999 known as Columbine High School massacre with the shooters Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold. When I say loosely I really mean loosely because this isn't base on a true story bullsh't that you always get in movies, no it's actually Gus Van Sant wanted to make a movie relating to the biggest school massacre of all time and showing loneliness and depression due to bully and the big things around them which later ended violently.Now this movie isn't for anyone and those's who are expecting the first, second and third act or just a simple movie, well your not going to get some of that. The ending without giving anything away ended in a way that I felt loads of people are saying to themselves "What the hell, what was that about? what the hell did I just watch and why did it end like that?". I won't lie but I took me time to think over the ending and after doing some research I think I got it, but if I have to explain it to you means spoiling it for you and I like people to go into a movie with only knowing the story and that's it.Gus Van Sant directed this movie in a way that it has a depressing and lonely feel to it at time or maybe it's just me, but anywhere he directed this movie excellently and probably my second favorite movie from him.The long shot takes and the fact the movie is set in one day and the different day the characters have I thought it was brilliant and a smart move to do. To be honest I didn't notice this until late on in the movie.For problems I didn't really have any. The acting was all good, the directing as I said before was filmed top notch and the fact that movie leaves you hanging cold cold.