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Karen B (it) wrote: Original story with great artwork and lots of colors! Very cute!!
Paul S (ag) wrote: Anyone who has any appreciation and concern for bucollic upstate New York and Pennsylvannia (and the lives of people who reside there) should see this film.
Paul D (au) wrote: It only took 10 minutes for this movie to make me stop caring. This was a waste of time that I will never get back.
Richie W (it) wrote: Sticks with you. intense. not happy.
Ed F (it) wrote: Good topic, bud bad FX. This looks like it was done up one sombody's home PC.
Pietro T (gb) wrote: Without a doubt, one of the worst films of 2007. It fails on every level
Blke W (de) wrote: thrilling to last quite suited for the small screen. not his best work as a hard edged cop but is comical at the predicament of dirty harry with preliminary rigamortise. A good watch
joshua s (nl) wrote: cool movie, something different. good thriller and really sexy too.
pete 1 (au) wrote: classic 80s film,one of steve martin's best even if it is not as zany as the jerkstill so funnya fave film of mine
jesse p (it) wrote: Well Hell of the living dead was one hell of a movie. So of course this was brought out in the wake of all the Zombie movie after the blockbuster Italian film Zombi 2 witch was a major hit worldwide. But this was one that I was really interested in seeing because it was the first Zombie film in witch the dead are reanimated with Toxins. See at first I had never even heard of this movie but I saw it 2 years ago when I was in America at my cousins house. She is a major horror fan so we ordered this on Netflix. So this movie makes it the first I ever watched on Netflix. So the start of the film there is a very lengthy but good opening and for the first 10 minutes it shows people at work in a massive chemicals facility in Papaw new Guiney and then there is a massive accident. This toxin spreads throw the facility people race to escape only to be consumed by it. Then it flicks to a camera man and a reporter 2 days later at the other end of the country. They team up with mercenaries to find out what happened. So the acting is bad yes along with the dubbing but that's truly the only negative thing about the movie. So the story and plot to the movie is good but this is just my opinion but every Zombie movie like this had to start somewhere. And in the upcoming years all zombie movie coped this and Romero's zombie films. The special effects along with a lot of the makeup is extremely good. But one thing that I really hated this is what lands it on a 60-70% that the movie can be very dark and hard to see. Goblins music is one of the best parts about the film. Here are some facts I found on it The film was not originally supposed to contain that much blood and gore but producers decide it would help the Box office. Despite what people have said Hell of the living dead (Virus in Italy) failed in Italy at the box office but the film did extremely well overseas mostly in Asian countries. The first zombie movie to show them coming to life and spreading it throughout toxins. Game designer Lorne Lannings who is know for creating and directing the Oddworld games is a fan of this movie and even Model Rapture farms after the facility at the start of the movie. The reason being because at the start of the movie he pointed out Bruno mattes tried to make it look like that the facility spanned miles to give people the look of a major accident. The music by Goblin was not originally supposed to be in the movie because they pulled a law suit because of the unauthorized use of it. But after they viewed the movie they dropped it and said the music is perfected for the film. But overall I found Hell of the living dead a good Italian horror movie and my final verdict is recommended.
Al P (es) wrote: U havent seen pretty baby?
Rey B (gb) wrote: Little Joe is a werewolf run away! Perfect example of cheesy fifties horror. So bad it's fun.
Bruce B (it) wrote: Back when drama and suspense made a movie and not sex and swearing like the American movies of today. Made in 1953 this movie stands out there as it is full of drama and suspense. A fighter is just seconds away from becoming the world champion but gets hit above the eye in a fight and with that his dreams and fight days are over, his wife finds another man and his troubles begin. He's just a cap driver now and she wants more, so she helps a thug steal some diamonds and that too goes wrong, Movie is full of suspense and has a full cast of fifties stars who made a lot of different TV series appearances. A Old B&W that gets 4 stars
Grant S (de) wrote: Great WW2 movie, the true story of the Doolittle Raid. Very realistic action. Very helpful that it was filmed in WW2, as they still had all the right planes and equipment around! Gritty, sticks pretty well to history, and doesn't overdo the patriotic, jingoistic angle.Good performances, especially from Van Johnson. Spencer Tracey is great as Lt Col Doolittle. Also features Robert Mitchum in an early role of his.Only negative is that it didn't know when to end. The raid should have been the end-point, but it continued with one crew's adventures after that. Though relevant, the adventure was too long-winded.Great movie on a great moment in history.
Racheal V (br) wrote: Cute movie.Very funny and well-acted. It's probably the first "nerd" movie. All of the professors follow Sugar Puss around like little lost puppy dogs. I would not be surprised if Revenge of the Nerds didn't get some pointers from Ball of Fire. Great movie for a rainy Saturday afternoon. It's available streaming on NetFlix.
Travis H (it) wrote: i think i could beat the hell out of both of these two.. how can i take this seriously
J K (ca) wrote: Ok, so Perseus is a bit of a drip, but Harryhausen's masterful stop motion will always bring this film to life.
Joanna B (jp) wrote: Breaching the Racial DivideIn 1960s Jackson Mississippi racial discrimination was the norm. There was an indisputable social order and divide. People had roles, knew their place and lived life to the letter of how it should be done. Blacks were second class citizens with no recourse. At best, employers took them for granted, at worst they were treated as subhuman.When southern society girl Eugenia 'Skeeter' Phelan (Emma Stone) returns home from college she is determined to become a writer. Reluctantly hired by the local paper to write a cleaning advice column for housewives, the pampered young adult is at a loss as her nanny has departed service leaving her needing practical information.Breaking with the dictions of societal convention, Skeeter approaches her best friend for assistance and strikes an unlikely friendship with her housekeeper Aibileen (Viola Davis). A warm middle-aged woman who despite her own personal hardships has dedicated her life to raising white children, Aibileen is caring and genuinely loves each child within her charge.As the era's societal injustice continues to escalate, leading white-gloved town socialite and racial fear monger Hilly Holbrook (Bryce Dallas Howard) takes pleasure in doing lunch, playing bridge, dictating convention and belittling her elderly mother's private nanny Minny (Octavia Spencer). However when pushed to far, the subjugated Minny reaches the point of explosion, baking a comeuppance pie.Uninspired by the column, bored with the mundane socialite-lives of her pompously proper friends and disgusted by the rampant hypocrisy in which they treat their domestic aids, the disillusioned and outspoken Skeeter decides to embark on a secret writing project. Influenced by a New York publisher, Skeeter sets out to write the revolutionary true story about the people who thanklessly job it is to prop up these prominent southern families; the help.Through her connection to Aibileen, Skeeter manages to create an improbable alliance, befriending those in the tight-knit black community. Whilst collecting their stories in secret, a remarkable sisterhood of sincere friendship emerges highlighting the transparent world to which Skeeter actually belongs. Instilling confidence, the courage to transcend their station and breach the titles that define them, more and more women come forward to tell their stories. With so much to say, the town comes face-to-face with the changing times and its own fallible morality. A beautifully observed and inspiring feel good fable adapted from Kathryn Stockett's 2009 debut novel, The Help is a sobering but safe film about a volatile subject. Its many layers provide an engrossing glimpse into the universal truths and limitations of humanity whilst graciously sidestepping the need for sentimentality. Sharp satirical comedy actress Stone feels a little too contemporary outside her usual stereotype but rises to the gritty challenging; Howard is dastardly good as the patronising and despicable social ruler, whilst Jessica Chastain's performance as an ostracized white-trash blonde outcast is infectious, fragile and innocently endearing. Davis is a dramatic force of nature conveying the largest of emotion in the subtlest expression, Spencer is multifaceted with flawless timing, whilst Allison Janney and Sissy Spacek bring light-hearted but genuinely touching performances to the delightfully strong cast. If change begins with a whisper, this movie screams out of the movie landscape as a wonderfully poignant and superbly crafted melodrama. A harmonious balance between depth of content and witty delivery it deals with pain but doesn't care to be painful.The Verdict : Optimistic and uplifting about the affection and intimacy buried beneath seemingly impersonal household connections, The Help is mature cinema providing a genuinely gifted insight into a time often overlooked, bound for the Oscars podium.Published: The Queanbeyan AgeDate of Publication: 09/09/2011
Benjamin N (es) wrote: thought it was very underrated, great actors