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Francisco V (ca) wrote: An odd thriller that amazes you every sequence and it gets darker and darker as it goes on in what is an unbelievable film that absorbs you in an imperceptible way into a fascinating story, beautifully told, beautifully acted, directed and beautifully done.
Justin B (gb) wrote: It takes cues from the better found footage movies by showing us very little as well as establishing the cast as characters and not just crash test dummies for whatever ghost/mutant/witch is after them. However, it's hampered to some degree by it's particular mockumentary style which takes some of the suspense away.
Tiffany W (gb) wrote: gave a different insight to the mans view on women and the things we do great movie to watch to have a men vs women debate
Lino W (ca) wrote: cool movie, crazy sounds
Larry Y (kr) wrote: adding based on Joe Bob Briggs' recommendation
peter w (mx) wrote: 3/4 This is a diffrent kind of thriller. And you also know who is going to get killed by the end. You wonder why there is a sniper at a football game, and you ask that question muitable times, but for so reason, I liked it, because you dont know why he's there. Its a weird film.
Robert H (jp) wrote: First-rate stuff: gorgeous b&w images dished up with enormous joie de cinma, supporting a wonderfully creepy little story. Further cause to be grateful for the Cleveland Cinmathque.
jay n (mx) wrote: Observant drama of a maverick cowboy whose way of life has almost entirely disappeared. What he perceives as a good deed for a friend turns out to ultimately be a life and death struggle for him. Excellent work by a cast of familiar faces with Walter Matthau very good as a world weary sheriff and especially outstanding Kirk Douglas, in his own favorite of his performances. The ending is heart rending.
Michael (es) wrote: My favorit Kevin Smith movie. And I love Kevin Smith movies!
Connor B (au) wrote: The great creature effects in this film are assisted by welcome adventurous performances from both Harry Hamlin and Burgess Meredith.
Andres G (jp) wrote: awesome movie that started the trilogy
Matthew D (ru) wrote: The brilliance of the first reboot film was how it walked the line between the new and the old, respecting what came before by not entirely jettisoning it, using to shape the new and guide the audience to it, but not being afraid to chart its own course. The sequel doesn't judge the balance so well, at times being so in awe of the past that it suffocates the present. The more interesting new ideas aren't allowed room to breath in favour of recreating past glories, which vary in how well earned they are.Still, a lot of what worked about the previous voyage remains; the faster pace and fun new crew, it is not clear whether it is more apparent here that some of them can't hold a candle to their predecessors or that they are becoming their own characters, stepping out from the original crew's shadows. Some of them are given limited time to shine, but this is made up for by new memorable heroes and villains. The limitations of the new vibe do start to show through, however, by being a more generic, fast-moving action film with less emphasis on social commentary it is more forgettable that the best of Trek. The worst thing may be the lens flare, distracting in the last movie, here it outright robs some dramatic moments of their weight. It's by no means a bad film, just not as flawless as the film it follows and perhaps the cracks are starting to show in the new premise of repeating the series in a more blockbuster style.
Robbie V (au) wrote: Well it's kinda indie interesting but it's not breaking any new ground.
Chris J (it) wrote: Silly feel good comedy
Shawn W (us) wrote: Bronson as a LA vice cop trying to bring down a pimp who abducts young girls, gets them hooked on drugs and puts them into prostitution. Has nice footage of the long defunct LA Cobras of the recently defunct Arena Football League.