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Macy B (br) wrote: I watched this film last night, I am 11 and I did not find this scary...the graphics are crap and yeah I agree there is a lot of suspence in this film,but nothing really happens and the ending-nothing happens..And when the devil/demon comes up it looks like the devil/demon is a sort of cartoon so i rate it 2 out ouf 5,because i only liked the gory bits (even though there was hardily any)
Lewis E (de) wrote: Can't shake the feeling that we are unecessarily going through the same thing for the fourth time but sprinkles of good humour in addition to imaginative elements revolving around Rumpelstiltskin may just about validate this entry. It is definitely better than the awful 'Shrek the Turd'.
Adam D (it) wrote: BAD MOVIE! DON'T WASTE YOUR TIME!
Roberta N (kr) wrote: Its amazing how Angelopoulos can travel in time and space! Two thumbs up!
Joshua L (gb) wrote: [color=#aeeff9][font=Tahoma]Today I thought I'd go over what I deem to be the 5 worst movies ever to exist and my reasons for thinking so.[/font][/color] [color=#aeeff9][font=Tahoma]1) [b]House of the Dead[/b]- I thought I knew what crap was until I saw this movie. After I saw this running cancer I finally realized that I had been lying to myself my whole life. How dare I think I knew what crap was. I didn't even have the faintest idea what it meant to really suck. Sadly and thankfully., now I know.[/font][/color][color=#aeeff9][font=Tahoma]I can sum up why this movie tops my list with one number, "360." The movie contains 360's up the yin yang. 360 shots of the characters shooting a gun. 360 shots of the characters kicking and punching. 360 shots of the characters fighting with a weapon they don't even have in the scene. 360 until I want to shoot my brains out. So bad for so many reasons. [/font][/color] [color=#aeeff9][font=Tahoma]Let us not forget the scenes where they added footage of the game. Not only did they add footage of the game, they used the censored version with the green blood instead of red blood. So bad it hurts. I still have nightmares of this film. Help me.[/font][/color] [color=#aeeff9][font=Tahoma]2) [b]Catwoman[/b]- cat-tasrophe, cat-atonic, cat-mummies, cat-stration, all are words that can be used to sum up this litter-fest. Halle Berry decided to follow up her Oscar performance in [b]Monsters Ball[/b] by continuing the long tradition of actors who chose crappy roles after winning the coveted golden man.[/font][/color] [color=#aeeff9][font=Tahoma]Worst scene of the movie? Halle playes bball with Benjamin Bratt and since she has cat powers, now can do crossovers, high stepping and dunks. Wow! I didn't know cats could play in the NBA. [b]And 1[/b] has nothing on Halle.[/font][/color] [color=#aeeff9][font=Tahoma]3) [b]Manos: the hands of fate[/b]- this incredible movie opens with a 45-minute driving scene. That's an exaggeration. The driving scene might be only 44 minutes long! What happens during the driving scene? Nothing. Do we even get to see the characters that are driving? Bah! You ask for too much. [/font][/color] [color=#aeeff9][font=Tahoma]This movie makes as much sense as sleeping with someone who you know has herpes. Why give yourself a life long ailment? Painful. Makes one wonder if getting herpes would be better than watching this movie for a second time. [/font][/color] [color=#aeeff9][font=Tahoma]Yes, this film is even worse than [b]The Brain That Wouldn't Die[/b] and [b]The Beatniks from Outer Space[/b] combined! Stay away, or you too will fall prey to [b]Manos: the hands of fate[/b]! I think the movie should be called, Manos: the sounds of hate.[/font][/color] [color=#aeeff9][font=Tahoma][/font][/color] [color=#aeeff9][font=Tahoma]3-) [b]Robocop 3[/b]- I'm putting this up here at 3 because I wonder if Manos counts since it was [b]MST3000[/b]. Basically all I have to say is that Robocop comes back in this third installment to fight a cybernetic samurai and then fly off into the sunset thankfully never to appear on a movie screen again. Nuff' said.[/font][/color] [color=#aeeff9][font=Tahoma]4) [b]Street Fighter: the movie[/b]- I'll be the first to admit that I'm the biggest Jean-Claude van Damme fan to ever live. I've seen [b]Bloodsport[/b] at least over 100 times and [b]Kickboxer [/b]half those many times. I've seen ever sad direct-to-video he has ever made including the one he was a fighting gymnast. [/font][/color] [color=#aeeff9][font=Tahoma]Still, he is so bad in this movie it hurts. Even his classic money shots can't save this turd-fest.[/font][/color] [color=#aeeff9][font=Tahoma][/font][/color] [color=#aeeff9][font=Tahoma]Anything that needs to be followed with the title "the movie" should be cancelled right away. "Baking: the movie." Sounds fun actually.[/font][/color] [color=#aeeff9][font=Tahoma]Ming-na as Chun Li, Kylie Minogue as Cammy, Ghandi as Dhalsim, but what hurts the most is Raul Julia as M. Bison. To think that this was his last film ever pains my heart. To think that his legacy would be tarnished because he was never able to make another film and make us forget about this steamer brings me to tears. God, I feel for him. Just sad.[/font][/color] [color=#aeeff9][font=Tahoma]5) Crow: City of Angels- man does this movie have balls. Not only is this the sequel to the film Brandon Lee died filming, but they also have the balls to add the Christ motif to explain the Crow's character. This has been done in so many movies but never this disastrously. What's even worse is that this franchise has indeed risen from the grave to make more sequels. I mean come on! It even has the Yellow Ranger in it. [/font][/color] [color=#aeeff9][font=Tahoma]To give an example of how bad this film is: it was also the Yellow Rangers last film ever! Yes, that means she couldn't make any more movies after this one. The pain must still follow her. Poor Yellow Ranger. I will always remember you.[/font][/color]
Brad S (jp) wrote: A classic Horror film from Ken Russell that isn't available to be seen in north America. i got to see a special presentation of it with Guillermo Del Tor and Host Richard Crouse, both of whom love the film and enlightened my as to a lot of details i missed. The problem is, i just couldn't get into the story, and didn't love the techniques in the film, or the acting which is over the top. It was still an interesting watch and glad I saw it, just not my kind of movie.
Michael Y (fr) wrote: I would have liked it a bit more if it didn't get eccentricly silly further down the line, but Irma la Douce is another hilarious Billy Wilder movie with the return of the winning team of Jack Lemmon and Shirley MacLaine. Down the wrong side of Paris wrong becomes the norm and everyone likes it that way. When a good cop is transfered to this side of town he is shocked and tries to change things, which tragically leads to his dismissal of his badge. So who takes him in? The town that humiliated him as he earns respect amoungst the pimps, and he even falls in love with a streetwalker. But when your girlfriend's profession is sleeping with other men, jealousy and drama will follow. Though not as dramatic and thought provoking as when we last saw Lemmon and MacLaine in The Apartment, the story of Irma la Douce is full of hilarious jokes, wonderful slapstick and Wilder's special twinkle. There's always a line between right and wrong and finding the right in the wrong with Wilder's movies, and sometimes I don't like it, especially when it tries to pointlessly lighten the mood. But what I love about Irma le Douce is that the plot just keeps going and going and going. It is nearly 2 1/2 hours long and it uses every moment of it. Just when you think there's nowhere to go, something unfortunate and rediculous happens to the characters and the try to fix it. This movie is a pretty thurough comedy that is delightful, hilarious and a little bit of drama on the side as well. Billy Wilder sets his Paris exterior in a cartoonish but very detailed set where everyone is close to eachother and everyone knows one another. The main set pieces being the bar and Irma's room. Both look very well constructed and used very well in scenes. But I especially like the bar scenes when used because there is always something different and intereseting going on. And when Jack Lemmon gets in a fight with Bruce Yarnell then the set is really used in wonderful slapstick fashion. Wilder's great cinematography is very recognizable in this movie with great uses of camera angles and lighting. Not particularly his best, but wonderfully creative for a comedy. Jack Lemmon once again gives a brilliantly hilarious performance as always and Shirley MacLaine, once again, gives a shining, sweet and wonderful performance as the prostitute with a heart of gold. Irma la Douce is definitely not one of Wilder's better known movies, but that just means it'll be a pleasant surprise when you watch it.
Toronto D (nl) wrote: This would be one of Bergman's most un-Bergman movies! It has a neo-realist style and also (Spoiler alert) has a happy ending, well sort of happy.
George R (kr) wrote: Several great stars. Dramatic 1946 ending. Nominated for two actress oscars...best quote: "you double-crossin' bobcat."
Kevin S (de) wrote: Yes, I know it is, in essence, a propaganda piece offered up to the Hays Commission as penance for years of crime glorification and gangster idolization. Still, it's vintage Jimmy Cagney, even if it is socio-political in it's role reversal, gangster-as-cop, presentation. Cagney is still just as defiant, just as tough, and just as iconic as ever. Good stuff.
Sarah M (br) wrote: "Panic Button" is a cute, campy Italian comedy with a plot similar to "The Producers". Overall, a light hearted and enjoyable watch!