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Dimity P (fr) wrote: Really fantastic film-very moving. They could have done a better job on explaining when in hell it was supposed to be taking place...but that's my only quibble-definitely worth the watch.
Leonardo A (gb) wrote: The only good in the movie is Vin Diesel and maybe, just maybe, Barry Pepper.
Stuart L (gb) wrote: Almost all of this film seems to be shot in the same warehouse, just from differnt angles and with some boxes rearranged, probably because they blew the majority of the budget on the rubber dinosaur costumes. This a truly stupid film, super-killer-dinosaurs kept in the back of a refridgerated lorry locked with a single padlock on the bottom and the highly trained soldiers sent into deal with them drawing boobs on pieces of paper then handing them to each other in the mission briefing are just 2 reasons why is film is worth watching.
Foong M (us) wrote: Another good combination of actors and actresses using Anthony Hopkins and Emma Thompson. Very beautiful movie filming shots around busy London in the city area, and some outskirt nice scenic houses.Not sure I can grab the entire moral of the story. That's why I dont give more stars......
Amanda H (nl) wrote: This is awful. There is no nicer way to put it. There is no point whatsoever, the production is terrible, the acting is completely flat. What was Simon Baker thinking? Do not waste your time.
Lisa S (de) wrote: I hate the ending, but I loved all the action...
Hael I (fr) wrote: Classic Aussie coming of age movie, with a bit of 'I am woman hear me roar' thrown in for good measure (and it needed that, as the misogyny at times was down-right depressing!).
Chris S (es) wrote: One of the weirdest zombie films to date... wait or is it a cannibal film? the movie basically combines elements from both Fucli's "Zombi" and Deodato's "Cannibal Holocaust". A movie with too many plot holes and unresolved actions. For what its worth, its fine. Decent gore effects but nothing totally original, but still its better than Zombi 3, 4, and 5.
Joe A (mx) wrote: Kuroneko is a spooky 1968 Japanese ghost story that tells the tale of two women, a mother-in-law and a young wife, raped and murdered by a group of rogue samurai. As their bodies lay in the ruins of their burned home, a single black cat comes and licks their corpses (in a scene that must have inspired Tim Burton in Batman Returns.) and the two women return as vengeful spirits who lure samurai to their doom and drink their blood. The story becomes complicated when a young samurai sent to deal with the supernatural killers turns out to be the son/husband of the two murderous spectres. Kuroneko is sumptuously filmed in black and white with some very spooky visuals and a very atmospheric style by Kaneto Shindo. His camera know how to create tension and his visual and editing style at times evokes comparisons to more contempory filmmaker David Lynch, although more restrained. His actors perform very well, his two female stars help Shindo achieve a successful blend of the supernatural world and the living when the ghostly women interact with the flesh and blood characters. They are menacing at times and sympathetic at others. Shindo switches story elements from horror to supernatural love story and back to horror for the climax without disrupting the narrative flow and his actors keep up with him to the full benefit of the audience. A very spooky and unusual but, ultimately very satisfying ghost story.
Brian H (it) wrote: Barbary Coast is entertaining enough, but pretty forgettable. The story, of a young woman coming to San Francisco seeking fortune and marriage who finds herself mixed up in criminal activities, is pretty predictable and ho-hum. Edward G. Robinson is fascinating to watch, as usual. And he does a great job not being upstaged his ridiculous hairdo and earring. Miriam Hopkins is likable enough, but never propels the story into anything more than mildly diverting. If you're a fan of old Westerns and crime stories, this is a decent mix of the two. Otherwise, this is nothing more than a typical Sunday afternoon time waster.
gary t (de) wrote: wow umn just seen this movie 4 the 1st time n think that this is a good movie 2 watch..i think that marlon brando, emilio fernandez, john saxon play good parts throughout this movie...i think that this is a good 1960's movie 2 watch...i think that the director of this Western, Classics movie had done a good job of directing this movie because you never know what 2 expect throughout this movie..i think that the fight scenes n the gun shoot outs were pretty kewl throughout this movie..its a good movie 2 watch
TonyPolito (ca) wrote: This film takes some raves for its study of Hackman's flawed character and for its clever confronting of viewers with their own bumbling as sleuthers. It does do both well. But history will probably best remember it for the gratuitous one-second topless shot of then 18-year-old Melanie Griffith, a run-away Lolita whom an untalented PI (Hackman) is hired to find. (Other brief full frontal shots appear to be uncredited body-double work.) Griffith here earns tenth billing and her first credited role. Neither she, nor out-of-the-gate James Woods as young punk, exhibit their future promise. However newbie Warren, as Hackman's enigmatic romp-on-the-side, delivers well. Hackman spends Act 1 eventually "finding" Griffith via three inquiries, subtly revealing he's not exactly the stuff of stellar sleuthing. Plus Hackman's marriage is going over the edge - and he's fumbling the ball. In Act 2, Hackman marks time with Griffith and her new pals. The viewer knows something odd's a-brewing, but what? Hackman's clueless. On point, Hackman's seen studying a chess game where Black overlooks a clever knights-based corner mate. Hackman knows only too well the lifetime of misery missing such "knight moves" can cause. Act 3 suddenly morphs to murder and moves fast tying all together - faster than Hackman (or most viewers) can devine. Hackman doesn't quit smart at 'case closed,' and so ends up running in circles, cursing his out-of-wedlock heritage, his failure at husbandry and his mediocrity as detective. The script's pale imitation of noir and the derivative 1960s/1970s 'detective-loner' genre - McQ, Bullitt, Harper, Rockford Files, Mannix et. al. Dialogue's often weak; all but Hackman are handicapped by it. And the film's well dated by artifact: mutton chops, cut-to-the-navel and gauzy see-through blouses, and a 12-pack-sized telephone answering machine. RECOMMENDATION: Only for enjoyers of character studies or the genre.
A Z (kr) wrote: Good movie at times, just didn't grab my attention fully. Soundtrack+