A psycho-on-the-loose story, about a burned-out newspaper columnist and his circulation-hungry publisher who wants him to turn the killer into Page One news. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
City in Fear
A psycho-on-the-loose story, about a burned-out newspaper columnist and his circulation-hungry publisher who wants him to turn the killer into Page One news.
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Paul J (nl) wrote: A creepy and revealing documentary on a sick and sad psychopath. I often think of how these serial killers go about on their day-to-day business, buying boxes and planning for disposing of their victims. Do they take a bus? How do they chat with store clerks? This film attempts to give us a bit of insight into those banal, yet evil, moments. The film also sheds some light on the victims - not just the family members of the Dahmer victims, but rather on the neighbors and police men who dealt with him. It all adds up to an incredible fascinating portrait of a tragic and frightening person. It's overwhelming to think how much time and effort goes into putting this psycho in prison. Investigating each murder, talking to so many traumatized people involved and most of all, trying to figure out what's going on behind those glasses. Apparently, he just didn't want to be left alone. He'd eat his victims so he could keep them with him. Later, he'd feel guilty and then he'd drink to forget. Apparently, he also turned demonic when he'd become threatening. The attempted lobotomy part is truly terrifying.
Scott W (kr) wrote: Definitely smug and pretentious at times but also sweet and funny at times too.
Jamie I (es) wrote: I must admit I had my qualms about seeing this flick but I was told to watch it. I don't regret it. The movie begins with the joyous news of a pregnancy. The only problem is Jenna (Keri Russell) hates her husband Earl (Jeremy Sisto) and is planning on leaving him. She's been stashing money to make this dream a reality. And rightly so. Earl is a huge dick. He lays on the horn when picking Jenna up. Everything he says is intended to make Jenna feel bad about something inconsequential. She's allowed no car nor is she allowed to go anywhere but work. During one scene he continually forcefully shoves her face. Things begin to look up for Jenna when she starts sleeping with Dr. Pomatter, her gynecologist. Supposedly Dr. Pomatter (Nathan Fillion) is unhappily married but that is never explored and he becomes Jenna's much needed best friend. Keri Russell is beyond believable as the unhappy Jenna and Jeremy Sisto really makes you hate him. Nathan Fillion bumbles along but I wondered what the hell was up with his hair? Andy Griffith stars as Old Joe. He's wonderful and delivers some really great scenes (one turned on the water works) despite the fact he's like a hundred. Not only for the awesomeness that it is but also as a fellow pie lover (recipes featured) I say pick up Waitress.
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Charles M (gb) wrote: Spot on political satire, that is clearly a well aimed dig at how Dubya managed to end up as president of the US
Nikoletta B (ca) wrote: ** Why are we afraid of the first time? Every day in life is a first time. Every morning is new. We never live the same day twice. We're never afraid of getting up every morning. Why? "
Dillon L (au) wrote: Cheesy musical numbers and annoying characters. Inferior to the original.
David M (ca) wrote: I was expecting to like this but it mostly fell flat for me. The plot was good in general and the acting wasn't bad but in some respects it was just too kooky - especially with the captain and the storyline involving him. The ending was also flat and fairly predictable.
Francisco S (br) wrote: Bean provides a lot of laughs and Rowan Atkinson is more comic than ever, however the script is horrible, and the cliches aren't subtle as the narrative is predictable.
Adam S (fr) wrote: Another rote installment into the Charlie's Angels franchise, this film is another piece of mindless fluff. But even in that pursuit, it's not quite as successful as it's predecessor resulting in a film best described as forgettable.This time around, the Angels can be found rescuing a US Marshal from kidnappers. Unfortunately, the Marshal in question dropped a ring, which was also a MacGuffin that could be used as key to discover the identities of everyone under the Witness Protection Program. So, the Angels are off again to stop yet another nefarious plot.The cast is long and contains some impressive names (and some less so...). Cameron Diaz, Drew Barrymore, Lucy Liu, Matt LeBlanc, Luke Wilson, John Forsythe, Crispin Glover and Melissa McCarthy return to the cast, where they are joined by newcomers Bernie Mac, Justin Theroux, Demi Moore, Robert Patrick, Shia LeBeouf, John Cleese, Bruce Willis, Robert Forster, Pink, Carrie Fisher and Andrew Wilson. Unfortunately, the cast is kind of crowded, and very few have much to do (especially Cleese, in another disappointing film appearance) although Bernie Mac succeeds the role of Bosely (previously played by Bill Murray).The film is filled with gratuitous camera angles of female flesh, along with catfights and a number of the usual exploitative patterns of these films, but I guess the film isn't entirely horrible. It just hasn't dated well at all.A very average 5/10.
Nick m (nl) wrote: Only so funny, because it's so bad.
Nyla W (au) wrote: i dont no because i never watch it