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John S (us) wrote: Disappointing, simplistic, contrived....and even borderline stupid. Expect much more of Binoche. I guess after a scintillatingly charming performance such as in Chocolat, it can't help but be downhill, in large part because of very poor writing. Give it a D+.
Ivan S (us) wrote: Low budget, low story, low esteem and terribly acted and directed but yet after all that, I found that I wanted to see the ending to what was confusing me to what this movie was all about. Not to say I would see this movie again but I am still kept pondering after some time as to what this movie was about. I guess in one word, Memorable.
Rotimer J (mx) wrote: Great world building, solidly acted, and intriguing. Very much enjoyed it.
Wynne P (br) wrote: Ok, Ok, I know one is just asking for it with this plot line. Simplistic snowboarders get lost in rural Pennsylvania and wind up as some redneck's dinner. I didn't even bother finishing.....
Alecs M (nl) wrote: Era una especie de "trabajo menor serie B" pero para lo que ha estado haciendo ltimamente Tarantino, parece ms bien ser el inicio de su chafez.
Ella H (kr) wrote: Excellent. One of these happened somewhere at some time -movies. Beautiful.
Kyle M (fr) wrote: It's like its predecessors on how good and funny it is, only this is the second best of the series that keeps on getting better and better. (A-)(Full review coming soon)
Al M (nl) wrote: A solid bit of late-80s clown horror, Clownhouse follows a group of three teenage boys, one of whom suffers from a debilitating fear of clowns, as they house is attacked by three psychotic clowns. The films takes on another level of creepiness when you find out that the director was actually convicted and imprisoned for molesting one of the actors, which makes a lot of the scenes with the young boys in their underwear seem creepy as well.
David H (es) wrote: The Sequel to Drunken Master is a funny and entertaining Kung Fu Movie
Art S (jp) wrote: Fassbinder turns his camera on himself, as he stars as Fox, a naive blue-collar guy who wins the lottery and then gets exploited by snooty upper-class friends. Fassbinder felt that the fact that his story takes place within gay circles and the prime exploiter is a boyfriend actually softened the melodrama, although I'm not sure of that. Obviously, the real focus is on class differences and we are led to feel closer to the friendly supportive guys in the dive bar. Fassbinder's eye for color and some clever set-pieces and shots (such as a great one in a mirror) are already in good form (in 1974). He makes great use of full frontal male nudity, by positioning it in a distracting way just off-center in the frame in one great scene when you are supposed to be paying attention to another character speaking. Another strong film in this amazing canon.
Jake P (gb) wrote: classic which spawned the now ubiquitous "mute cockfighter" archetype
Kevin R (ru) wrote: Never holster an empty gun An old country boy who grew-up when times were hard in the Wild West has served his time for killing a man, and after 18 hard years in jail, wishes to settle down and live a respectable life. A female artist points the man in the right direction, but some how, he keeps getting pulled in to gun shows to earn a living. While the living is respectable, and a source of income, the lifestyle reminds him of what he used to be rather than what he wishes to become. Will the country boy reach his dreams or will his old lifestyle continue to haunt him? ?Did he get him?? ?Does an outhouse stink?? Robert Sparr, director of Once You Kiss a Stranger, A Swingin? Summer, and numerous episodes in various television series, delivers More Dead than Alive. The storyline for this picture is compelling and well delivered. The subplots and supporting characters were well portrayed. The acting was solid and the cast included Clint Walker (Dirty Dozen), Vincent Price, Anne Francis (Forbidden Planet), and Paul Hampton (Senior Prom). ?Hurry it up, fat boy. I?m going to have a steak in hell for dinner.? I was searching for movies to DVR over the weekend and was in the mood to catch some Vincent Price pictures (I occasionally get those cravings). Nevertheless, I came across this western and could not remember ever seeing a Vincent Price in a western. I was pleasantly surprised at how well he fit into this setting. While Clint Walker stole the show, the entire cast delivered splendid performances. The conclusion was marvelous and well delivered. I strongly recommend seeing this picture if you are a fan of westerns. ?It?s the biggest little show in the territory.? Grade: B
John R (mx) wrote: 131025: Now that's entertainment. Great film, great fun. Raised the rating a full star.