A police officer suspects that a local husband and father who has recently undergone facial surgery because of injuries received in a car accident is in reality the same man who committed a... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
A police officer suspects that a local husband and father who has recently undergone facial surgery because of injuries received in a car accident is in reality the same man who committed a quadruple murder several years before.
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Mathilda F (au) wrote: A movie like this always let tears run freely....
Roy A (nl) wrote: Opulent, breath-taking, enchanting and as @gibbscadiz said, exhilarating! Superb performances from everyone in the cast, and the production looks marvelously grand. My only diss is that I still have difficulty with the stage-filmed-for-screen experience, moreso since I wanted to shout, 'Bravo!' at the end, knowing that the performers won't hear my appreciation. Still, the theme is too high romance for my taste, I remain a loyal fan of Les Miserables. And the surprise encore at the end is simply a joy to see.
Jessyca F (es) wrote: Not exactly my kind of film, but I'm pretty sure it fulfills its purpose. Entertaining and funny for its target audience. But the awful acting cannot be left unnoticed. Clementine Ford and Rose Rollins were very good, but somehow their seriousness and commitment to the part played felt misplaced given the rest of the cast (and even the film's own atmosphere). My rating stands as regular not for the quality per se, but for its originality in displaying multiple genres possibilities within "Queer films".
Chris B (it) wrote: I actually preferred the original as it blended horror in more with the science fiction and action for a somewhat darker experience. Day Watch is a strange beast to dissect as there is some amazing cinematography, wonderful visual effects, and some very original concepts in the film but the story is all over the place and takes itself to serious. The tone is a bit too serious for some of the goofy interactions that take place and we are introduced to so many characters and the pace is so frantic you really are just all over the place and it stretches the narrative a bit too much. Overall decent and original but could have been so much better had the script been more polished and the tone of the film more loose.
Meng S (ca) wrote: visual and audio very the beautiful
Mike W (fr) wrote: Eric Lassard is indeed a legendary cop!
Alex r (kr) wrote: Enjoyable cult film, Evilspeak is one of those forgotten horror gems that is a must watch for genre fans that are looking for a fun, entertaining and ultimately gory ride. The film does have its shortcomings, most notably the fact that it is a film that does show its age. Nonetheless, it's still a worthy film for genre enthusiasts and the final more than makes up for the dated look. Evilspeak is a very good forgotten gem of early 80's horror, and it deserves to be rediscovered by fans of horror. Clint Howard has done better work, but here, he is quite good in his performance and makes the film that much more enjoyable. If you're looking for an entertaining cult horror film, Evilspeak is a terrific gem of horror cinema that deserves to be rediscovered. With the amount of gore presented in the film, it's definitely enough to appeal to gorehounds, and it's one of most exciting finals in a horror film. With that being said, Evilspeak is definitely worth a second look, one that is a surprising treat for viewers that enjoy such films. The film works well because it has good atmosphere that steadily builds up the terror and it succeeds. Sure, it's a bit cheesy, but there is some genuine tension, and it's a very well crafted picture that delivers effective horror throughout in order to make this one of the better obscured horror films. If you come across this film, give it a watch, it's a fun, entertaining and worthwhile film, even if it does show its age.
Paul B (ca) wrote: While it's quaint and light and undeniably fun, this is entirely a nostalgic enjoyment for myself. An objective review reveals that it's actually quite unfocused with hopelessly dated visuals, even taking into account the year it was produced.
Steven C (gb) wrote: Trippindicular, although eventually that starts to get bothersome.
Armchair O (br) wrote: Bryan Singer's Jack the Giant Slayer is rousing adventure; exciting, adventurous and just plain fun. After the disaster of super-sized fairy tale adaptations like Hansel and Gretel and Little Red Riding Hood, this is the one that gets it right. It uses great special effects at the service of a story that, while not completely airtight, at least has enough surprises to give you your money's worth.That might seem somewhat surprising given the material. Jack the Giant Slayer was never the most gripping of the old English fairy tales: A kid with buyer's remorse accidentally plants a beanstalk and climbs his newly acquired foliage to a magic castle occupied by a grump with a severe case of gigantism and low social skills. Not much to build a movie on.Screenwriters Darren Lemke, Christopher McQuarrie and Dan Studney do the material a service by changing it up and expanding the story in order to give it some energy. Their expanded story contains only the framework of the original. It begins in the kingdom of Cloister with the reading of an ancient legend being told to two children, one is a royal, the other is a peasant. Jack, a farm boy, practically has the story memorized. While at the castle a little princess named Isabel is being read the same story and it places in her heart a spirit of adventure. This framing device pays off in a really beautiful way.Jump forward a decade and Jack (Nicolas Hoult from Warm Bodies) is a strapping young buck without a penny to his name. He goes to the town market to sell his uncle's horse (horses are more interesting than cows) and meets a friar that, at first, offers him money but then offers him a handful of beans that he claims hold the fate of the world. He's right because high above the earth lays the kingdom of the giants. Yes, giants, more than one. In fact, more than you might imagine although curiously no females. Maybe there's a reason they're so grumpy.Later an accident causes one of Jack's magic beans to seep into the grown and what is produced is a beanstalk that doesn't grow overnight, but actually grows right before Jack's eyes. The problem: the stalk has taken away not only the kid's house but also the King's daughter Isabel who was passing by. The King (Ian McShane) learns of his daughter's dilemma and summons his best men, including Elmont (Ewan McGregor) the leader of the king's elite guard, and Lord Roderick (Stanley Tucci), the king's adviser, who has a plan for usurping the king using the giants (long story), to climb up and retrieve his beloved daughter.What follows is difficult to describe without spoilers but what can be reported is that the screenplay is open enough to new ideas. It doesn't follow a simplistic slog from beginning to the inevitable conclusion, but contains set pieces that are short works of genius, like a scene in which Jack and Elmont attack a giant with a bee hive; or a bit in a giant's kitchen with the chef who, literally, makes pigs-in-a- blanket. And, of course, the breathtaking moment when the beanstalk comes crashing down.The story told here is a good one. Yes, the characters could use a little more definition but you're having so much fun along the way that you hardly notice. Elmont might easily be the hero of this adventure but since Isabel's eyes are so glued to Jack, he gives hints that he might feel a bit left out.Jack the Giant Slayer isn't a perfect movie but it is better than you might expect. Its fun where other CG adventures are merely exercises in special effects. The effects give the giants personality. Yes, they're nasty but you can tell them apart. They are more than just the sum of their pixels, and so is the screenplay which has time for perfect little moments of ingenuity. This is a fun movie.
Pete G (kr) wrote: Alrite film based on a true story