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Glenn C (br) wrote: You can't judge a book by it's cover (or a movie by its poster) and Beneath the Darkness is one example. I kind of like the poster art and it was enough to suck me in... but the movie stinks. A group of teens start spying on a local mortician and discover that he keeps company with a corpse which he dresses and parades around his home. The guy catches them and from there the movie is formula. It's the kids word against the respected mortician and he starts playing threatening games with them. The movie has a made-for-tv feel about it and the only redeeming quality is Dennis Quaid's performance as the Norman Bates inspired killer. He has a lot of fun with the role but definitely overdoes it. His character becomes cliched and hokey and what starts as a redeeming quality soon becomes annoying and tiresome. The movie also has a shit title and it's not one I'd recommend anyone bother with.
A Z (jp) wrote: Surprisingly not all that bad. Donny Drapes gets emotional.
Spencer S (au) wrote: It test one's patience with it's excessive run time, but The Disappearance of Haruhi Suzumiya's tonal shift into darker territory explores the characters in new ways (particularly Kyon) and creates new ideas unfound in the original series combined with excellent animation and voice acting on both tracks
Zack B (au) wrote: Well made...but other than that...bleh.
Johnny L (ag) wrote: Ronald Cheng is funny.
Carly P (au) wrote: This review is entirely for the acting in this film. More specifically, Helena Bonham Carter. She was incredible, but I don't have the words to do it justice. It was more than just a talented portrayal. I simply can't explain why it affected me so much. It just did. I think it might have something to do with the fact that I'm suddenly completely at the mercy of her incredible talent.
Anthony B (ca) wrote: Ol' Blue Eyes as an NYPD Detective, how can you get any better that
Julien L (au) wrote: Pas si dcevant, en fait.
Nadir A (us) wrote: a masterpiece, classic
apollo r (nl) wrote: Very well done, very violent for its time, James Caan so convincing plays " a feral, neobeatnik thug" .
Jennifer H (ag) wrote: OMG...what a hilariously sexist movie. Sadly, I don't think times have changed that much. How relevant for me to watch this. Most men still can't handle a woman making more money, etc., etc.
Rob K (jp) wrote: A different kind of 80s High School flick. This one's got real wit and an off kilter sense of humor.