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Resli B (us) wrote: Oh my goodness. A must see zombie movie. If you think you've seen them all, this movie has a new take on the genre. I thought after seeing Train to Busan, it would be a while before I see another interesting zombie flick. Fortunately, I was wrong. The film follows a group of survivors attempting to reach a safe Haven after being forcibly evacuated from their home by unforeseen reasons(lol). Through their experiences we are presented moral dilemmas regarding the natural order and survival. !! Spoiler !! This movie takes the concept of zombies as infected, similar to that of 28 days later, though in this movie it is via a fungus. Fungus.
Maxx D (ru) wrote: A brilliant exploration of the work of voice actors in TV/Film/Video Games (with tonnes of them showing off the voices that made them famous). One of the best documentaries I've seen.
Michael T (ca) wrote: Run-of-the-mill stalker on the prowl suspense film.
Sheldon C (mx) wrote: Not a solid movie but honestly, I enjoyed it quite a bit. Tony Leung is a charm to watch.
head s (jp) wrote: This is a documentary. Interesting to see if any of you love rock n roll and heavy metal. \../.... If you think Alice Cooper, King Diamond, Black Sabbath and Frank Zappa as old cock sucking dinosaur then you might don't like it.
Nicole M (ca) wrote: I love how he finds her at the end of the movie.
Bradley W (jp) wrote: Tommy Boy is a classic and a good time from start to finish. Chris Farley was a comedic genius.
Vladimir Y (ru) wrote: Que buenas Vacaciones en Santorini, y la musica ochentuda ni se diga.
Lee F (de) wrote: Not a film to show carelessly to just anybody...for those looking for a disturbing horror story, this might be what you were looking for. Creepy, eerie, disturbing; the beautiful Cristina Galbo (who deserved to be better known as actresses go) carries this early 1970s giallo film. Better than much of Argento's work, in my opinion. Ennio Morricone, as so often, makes the film with his score.
Brian P (ca) wrote: Quite a poor movie to say the least..... Certainly not worth the time to watch it.
Tom M (us) wrote: Lots of interesting touches in this, including a wonderful opening sequence celebrating the rhythms of a Paris morning. Chevalier gives a typically charming, cartoonish performance, MacDonald doesn't add much but doesn't detract either, and Myrna Loy does the best she can with a one-note part; she's better in her crappy role than MacDonald is as the lead. A great cast of supporting actors, sharp dialogue, and a fine Rodgers and Hart score also help to distinguish this one. Extra points for working the word "jackanapes" into the script.
Tracy N (kr) wrote: This modern adaptation of Shakespeare's "Hamlet" is fresh, revolutionary - a truly brilliant realization! I think that even those who shy away from the Shakespeare's twisted, complex language would enjoy and relate to this fantastic piece of work. David Tennant brings charm and wit to the young Prince of Denmark like none other. The only fault (and its hardly a fault at that) is that his character becomes slightly reminiscent of the Tenth Doctor (of BBCs Doctor Who) at times. Sir Patrick Stewart is a splendid choice as King Claudius - his impatient expression perfectly displays the hidden evil behind the character. A MUST SEE FOR BOTH TENNANT AND SHAKESPEARE FANS!!!
Jim L (au) wrote: This is a great art history lesson and done in a way that is entertaining and with brilliant cinematography. The problem is I am not really interesting in art history, so even through I did enjoy the film, I found the topic boring. I would not recommend this film if you are tired or have little interest in art or art history.
Casey O (us) wrote: As expected with a Cassavetes film there's some really wonderful acting, the man himself gives perhaps his finest performance and while Rowlands isn't quite the power house she is some other films she still does great. The film presents a variety of broken up relationships, breaks the 4th wall a bit, and pretty much epitomizes itself with Cassavetes saying "Life is a series of suicides, divorces, promises broken, children smashed, whatever." That said not all of the situations are equally interesting and it's a bit overlong.
Pedro R (nl) wrote: One needing subtitles, could not understand a word being said, but could get that's a real bore of a film.
Andy F (au) wrote: The. Best. Halloween. Movie. Of. All. Time. Still.