Catch As Catch Can
Bob is a successful actor, but his career gets doomed by a strange phenomenon: the animal kingdom is taking on him!
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Jordan P (jp) wrote: Insidious: Chapter 2 is decidedly higher on humor than horror, but offers enough surprising twists and compelling backstory for its central ghoulish antagonist, adding depth to a horror series that truly deserves it.
Laura M (us) wrote: Usually a spoilerish element of this movie makes me groan for ages, but here it was fresh because it was a new twist on the ghost genre. However, the movie in places was doing that kind of artsy fartsy stuff that only works when it enhances the movie and here it really didn't because they didn't full commit to it
Barry T (kr) wrote: a typically fantastic performance from Emily watson made this grim tale a bit more bearable great acting all around. It seems like such an unbelievable story
George V (fr) wrote: good acting but a bit slow and with disappointing scenario
Graeme L (it) wrote: a moving but uneven film. The transgender story works well. But the ballaance of comedy and tragedy doesn't quite work
Kim B (us) wrote: Just funny and crazy movie that I enjoy watching!
Michael W (it) wrote: kinda funny. slow at parts but still funny.
Tim H (jp) wrote: Typical made for tv movie. Not a lot happens making for a dull 90 minutes. Based on the novel by Lois Duncan.
Chris H (jp) wrote: The film starts off as a murder mystery that makes it stand out from all other kaiju films. The first 40 minutes are great. But then it sinks into the usual kaiju trap: a goalless giant monster appears, and the main character gets traded in for tons of military men we don't care about. The ending, though, is much more tragic and poetic than most kaiju films.
Dave J (ca) wrote: I imagine the book is a lot better. Still, it starts out with a setting that certainly can lead to many directions. A bit of mystery about this world and its mind sets adds to the flavor. Could have used a couple more jolts along the way and in the end it took the least interesting path of creativity. It was still an interesting journey.
Christopher E (br) wrote: A decently written horror story that's entertaining enough. Lance Preston and the crew of "Grave Encounters", a ghost-hunting reality television show, are shooting an episode inside the abandoned Collingwood Psychiatric Hospital, where unexplained phenomena has been reported for years. All in the name of good television, they voluntarily lock themselves inside the building for the night and begin a paranormal investigation, capturing everything on camera. They quickly realize that the building is more than just haunted - it is alive - and it has no intention of ever letting them leave. They find themselves lost in a labyrinth maze of endless hallways and corridors, terrorized by the ghosts of the former patients.What I like most about this film was the well written blend between TV and film. In a movie that focuses on a reality show TV crew, I felt like it really captured that aspect and reality well. The personalities of the crew and the things that happen behind the scene felt so necessary and vital to the story. If anything, it was also really good at taking shots at reality horror TV shows today. Off the camera, you see the true personalities and motives of these characters, and it makes it that much better.This movie isn't the scariest but it's certainly entertaining. The first half of the film has the most to offer and is the most attention grabbing. It's enough to keep the movie running but by the time we reach the second half, the movie loses a lot of its substance. The actors in the movie were actually pretty solid for the most part. There were some moments where these guys were giving it there all, particularly Sean Rogerson. In the end, "Grave Encounters" is a solid horror flick with an intriguing plot, even if it isn't the most substance filled movie.
Allan N (au) wrote: Not as bad as everyone says, but not a great film either. Good perfomances. 30 min too long.
Private U (au) wrote: Regarded as one of the worst movies ever made... however, if you can find it, it's worth seeing, as it is THAT bad, it's hilarious!Seriously! We were crying laughing!