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Carlos M (br) wrote: The wisest thing that Moote's girlfriend did was refuse to marry him, since he is a complete idiot who tries every sort of unreliable and unscientific procedure to enlarge his penis, and I can't believe that he would be so incredibly stupid to actually want to see a surgical operation.
Tim F (mx) wrote: What starts off with the bullying of this mentally challenged guy, ends up putting him in a coma in the hospital while the young adults figure out how to handle their story of what happened that night. Surely our new medical doctor has trouble with upholding the truth. We also see her compassion. What goes on that night is all pretty typically; we get the leading bully-jock, drugs combined with alcohol and the fact that the guy is epileptic does the trick. Because his mind isn't in order even before he gets hospitalized, with love issues etc., nicely played btw, in the form of neurotic and even telepathic ways we see how he takes his revenge, on a killspree to take the souls of others, abuse them and kill eachother. Pretty inventive and rather gory, surely all together but it misses a trademark i think, the fact that the murderer is actually doing it all from his bed isn't enough. The way he kills them is sufficiently varried. The experimental path she goes on is more like it and I think it could be explored more.
Jeremiah L (nl) wrote: Very good overview of the case. I mainly watched this for a better understanding of the Woody Guthrie album and it worked.
Bharat V (mx) wrote: Hoping to Reveal the Truth....But Failed.............A Nice one for Christ Believers.
Mathew J (jp) wrote: this doesn't deserve to be rated
Sarah F (kr) wrote: I wonder what this is about, i think ill see it!
Adam R (nl) wrote: "There are some major action sequences in the movie, but they aren't the high points; the 'Star Trek' saga has always depended more on human interaction and thoughtful, cause-oriented plots. What happens in San Francisco is much more interesting than what happens in outer space, and this movie, which might seem to have an unlikely and ungainly plot, is actually the most elegant and satisfying 'Star Trek' film so far" (Roger Ebert).
Charles G (br) wrote: Horsehead is a movie that doesn't give you any breathing space as it immediately jumps straight in. It's kind of exhausting because we now get a straightforward plot that tries to unravel a mystery for the upcoming 90 minutes. While it isn't really erotic, it does include some elements, which I didn't mind, but didn't make much sense either. That being said, there are some beatiful shots and I believe the story had potential. Unfortunately Horsehead leaves you confused after an anticlimatic ending with many questions left unsolved.
Byron B (mx) wrote: The Cleveland Institute of Art's Cinematheque opened their new state of the art facility with this documentary that is somewhere between a biography and an autobiography. Since it is directed, written, and edited by Stevan Riley piecing together the audio recordings, still shots, and video clips from Brando's life it is obviously constructed by Riley and the crew. However, there are no other interview subjects. It really feels like it is all from Brando's perspective with audio confessionals, self hypnosis tapes, and Brando himself speaking from beyond the grave in a way. It may sound kind of New Age, but Marlon Brando had his face digitally scanned in the later years of his life while he imparted wisdom that he wanted to pass on to future generations. Strangely this device works in the context of this doc. The digital outlines of his features look out from the screen and tell us directly about his acting career, his troubled family life, and in the process we learn about his philosophy of life. If all goes well, the audience is likely to engage in some self reflection as well.
Rob D (nl) wrote: Very cliche but overall pretty enjoyable.