Catfish

Catfish

Nev, a 24-year-old New York-based photographer, has no idea what he's in for when Abby, an eight-year-old girl from rural Michigan, contacts him on Facebook, seeking permission to paint one of his photographs. When he receives her remarkable painting, Nev begins a friendship and correspondence with Abby's family. But things really get interesting when he develops a cyber-romance with Abby's attractive older sister, Megan, a musician and model. Prompted by some startling revelations about Megan, Nev and his buddies embark on a road trip in search of the truth.

Catfish is a riveting story of love, deception and grace within a labyrinth of online intrigue. The documentary depicts a man's budding online friendship with a young woman and her family which leads to an unexpected series of discoveries. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Caleb C (gb) wrote: This is probably the creepiest new urban legend you will find out there and I don't really recommend this to anyone unless you are going in purely for scares and to be fully creeped out. The characters are quite underdeveloped here, even if their performances are pretty great at times in this sort of "found-footage" type. For me personally, I could not watch this again, just based on the "monster-slender-man" here which is easily the most creepy thing I have ever seen in my life and I just hope I don't get nightmares again from this tale. The first time being from all the "found tapes" posted on YouTube a while back. Just remember kids, this is not real, and I really hope it isn't and I feel kind of silly saying all this. O_o

Jesse O (us) wrote: While this film certainly has a pretty good concept, somewhat reminds me of Splice, except much more of a creature feature horror film than an 'intellectual' one about the ethics of splicing together DNA from two completely different species. And I will admit that the film does have some decent gore and some pretty interesting creature effects, but it's just a movie that doesn't really come together as well as it probably came across on the script. I do think that, surprisingly, there's some decent character development with Janek and Tanja, involving their relationship, their break-up, their dog, etc. It does lead to some interesting moments. There's also the badass Minister, who isn't really that interesting of a character, but she does a lot of entertaining things in the film. I did find this to be watchable and the locations themselves make a perfect setting for this type of movie, sort of reminds me of The Thing, in fact, so at least there's that. Of course, the comparisons to Carpenter's The Thing are strictly location-wise and not quality-wise. The Thing is one of my favorite horror movies and this, as you may have guessed, is not. The locations also reminded of the first Dead Snow. Again, Dead Snow is pretty good. This is not. The acting is pretty decent and the ending itself is pretty good, but the movie never really clicked for me. I have no idea what it was, because it's not like there's anything awful about the film. It's all decent at best, at worst it's slightly below average, but there's nothing too offensive or annoying. You know the saying: the whole is greater than the sum of its parts, well this movie would be the exact reverse of that. Taken out of context, this film might actually look pretty good. Upon watching it, you realize that that's not the case. I can't exactly pinpoint where this film 'fell' apart, if that's an appropriate term for it, but it's not particularly entertaining, in spite of it having a recipe for it. Could be worse, but I wouldn't find this worth watching or recommending.

Gurinder A (kr) wrote: complete waste of time

Carlos M (us) wrote: Lee's film manages to capture the groovy vibe of the famous festival, although it doesn't quite develop the protagonist very well and isn't that revealing about the magic of Woodstock itself. The result is enjoyable yet definitely underwhelming.

Joo Pedro G (ag) wrote: Um dos filmes mais subestimados de Michael Mann

Brenden K (br) wrote: This movie wasn't...that...bad. Not really that good either, tolerable is the most appropriate word to describe this adaptation. Could've been a better movie?, absolutely. The biggest issues revolving nauseating action sequences, ridiculous (sometimes unintentionally hilarious) moments, and way, WAY too much CGI. For what I expected, I don't think it deserves all the hate it recieves. I would recommend it if you wanted a crossover of a chick flick and a superhero movie. Although if you have a high standard of superhero movies, like most people do, it would be best to avoid this movie.

Lisandro R (kr) wrote: Densa y violenta. Me gusta la insercin de la tradicin oral con las historias que cuenta el personaje principal

James S (kr) wrote: Proof if it were ever needed that you can place the word "Cop" into any film title.Rumour has it the sequel "Tresham Cop" has just entered pre-production

Jonpaul A (gb) wrote: a great film with the most amazing dodge I have ever seen. Dragons forever may be better, but the last fight against Benny 'the jet' ranks in Jackie's all time top fights!

Chris H (us) wrote: Its nothing special but if you like Spaghetti Westerns you can enjoy this one.

Danya S (kr) wrote: This is a completely forgettable movie with a weak plot and a C list cast.

Nigel K (us) wrote: You look at the cast list and think oooh this should be good, but it isn't. A wanna be Rosemary's baby/Spotlight/exorcist, best avoided.