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Eddie A (ca) wrote: I was waiting for Freddy Krueger to jump out during some of the nightmare sequences. It did have one crazy killer in it though. If you want blood this one delivers.
Robert C (mx) wrote: Pretty good, but I'm not sure it needed to be 2 hours and 45 minutes long.
Jason J (mx) wrote: Borrowing some elements from Django, Lone Wolf & Cub and Versus, this is a great fantasy actioner which doesn't know at times whether it's meant to be serious or funny. It's got some fantastic OTT martial arts sequences backed up by a metal soundtrack and excellent special effects. The pace of the movie is fast with some kind of fight happening every 5 mins or so. I'm not sure if the ending is left deliberately open for a sequel or not? Overall it's a fun movie that doesn't take itself too serious.
Nicole B (au) wrote: It's a pretty cute flick.
Sean C (ru) wrote: Better than the first since it is all done in great fun, but the ending sword fight is actually one of the best I've ever seen, and takes this over the top.
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Frdric I (br) wrote: Un western trs correct du matre du genre, John Ford, qui marrie avec maestria et lgance les archtypes de l'ouest dans cette caravane de Mormons qu'il faut conduire vers la terre promise. A voir.
SA H (br) wrote: What an amazing film! The acting, down to the accents, is incredible. Quirky and funny, but also dark and a bit shocking in its subject matter. Great cast, great script! Could watch this many times.
Pedro J (kr) wrote: what a massive piece of crap!
John M (it) wrote: I'm probably too steeped in Tennessee Williams to judge this on its merits, but absent the shock of the sex for 1958's audiences, there is not much here besides a very capable French New Wave rendering of a crisis for a bored housewife. Moreau is great, but there's not much sizzle here as she enters the classic plot-device for movie adulterers. The answer is so completely left-field that it must seem refreshing. Beautiful to look at, but you might not want to commit to it (not that there's any thing wrong with that, apparently)
Alex r (ca) wrote: Open Water is a terrific example of using a simple concept to create something truly horrific./ Based on real events, the film follows a couple stuck in the middle of the ocean after being stranded when scuba diving, and they were left behind due to an inaccurate head count. What follows is a tense, horrifying fight to survive in the middle of nowhere. I really thought that this film was well executed in the sense that it really brought out the best in the survival horror film, and the two cast members were very good in portraying that fear and fight to stay alive. Brilliantly crafted and it's a steadily paced, well plotted film that goes deep into the psychological aspects of staying alive in the most stressful environment. Open Water may not be the finest survival horror film, but it's an accomplished picture nonetheless that showcases a simple idea, yet the filmmakers were able to get the most out of the plot due to riveting, tense and highly memorable moments of sheer terror. For a small budgeted picture, Open Water is a worthwhile filmgoing experience that truly delivers the shocks. What also separates this film from others is the more dramatic approach to the material and it makes the film stand out much more than it needs to. With great performances, a well structured story, Open Water is a must see for any genre fan looking for a truly tense film to watch. The film may not be much, but the sheer notion of being stuck in the middle of the ocean is enough to grab your attention right up to the final frame.