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Geoffrey R (de) wrote: Tense mood, dynamic style, brutal climax, pleasingly multilayered and complex metaphors and symbolism throughout, it seems present-day horror is going the way of pushing timeless directive horror elements far beyond films of the 80s and 90s--for example, extremely violent and graphic opening and closing sequences--while providing much food for thought in the middle.If you enjoyed this movie, you will also enjoy Kill List, a UK film that's almost as violent and much more emotionally jarring.
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Scott S (us) wrote: I was excepting this to be a good movie but it was lacking a lot in the storyline and lots of the cast were weak in acting. But Casper Van Dien was great and Nicole Eggert. Good time pasting kind of movie.
Daniel G (ca) wrote: Nice movie! Good interaction with both stars. Strong.
The A (jp) wrote: While Beast With a Billion Backs is not my favorite of the Futurama direct-to-video movies, it offers enough splendid chaotic charm we should have come to expect from the series to earn itself a pass. This is a bit of a gag-heavy feature, and despite not being the funniest of the films in my opinion, I would be lying if I said I didn't laugh here and there. The plot's pretty far out there, and possibly offers the weirdest Futurama story to date. The ending may not have wrapped everything up the way it could've, but I guess it was kind of shooting for that. Personally, I think it could've benefited from relating more directly to the time travel story proceeding it, as Bender's Big Score's ending cliffhanger is hardly acknowledged, nor are the events of the movie in general. But this film probably does better standalone than it should, so all in all its a solid and enjoyable movie.
B K (br) wrote: This movie is fantastic. Ed Harris delivers a powerful performance as a father who both struggles with alcoholism and with his short comings as a father to his two twin boys. The movie grabs you from the first scene and keeps you completely engaged until the very end. I loved this movie!
Calum R (jp) wrote: I've been meaning to watch this film for quite a while now and only just got around to doing so this Christmas. So I started watching it late one evening before I realised the version I had came with no subtitles, whilst I do have a fair proficiency in French and German, it wasn't until about 20 minutes in that I realised that I wasn't completely aware of everything going on, so without second thoughts I popped online and placed an order for it. The following day I decided to give it a second chance, this time with subtitles intact, and I was mesmerised. An underrated gem of a film hailing from France, Joyeux Nol depicts the World War I Christmas truce between French, British and German soldiers in December 1914. Whilst the film primarily works wonders as a war flick, its central setting revolving around Christmas makes it the perfect candidate as a film for the holiday season.The film opens with three school children, one from France, Britain and Germany, each relaying a patriotic speech to the camera, each one taught to belittle their enemy nation. This opening alone garnered my full attention, secondly the fact that director Christian Carion chose to allow each nation to converse in their own language (English, French and German) was a fantastic idea and one that we see so little in cinema, not just modern, but the classics too. It's fantastic to see a director respecting each country presented by allowing them to represent their nation through their own language, thus forming a sort of barrier between the group of soldiers upon their truce, that acts as a fun challenge of deciphering. As much as I respect American cinema, this is something many US filmmakers should look at pursuing rather than leaving every foreign national speaking with a strong American accent.Carion further displays Joyeux Nol as an anti-war film, which are my all-time favourite in the war genre, something that displays the horrors and sorrow behind war rather than glorifying it and shining a lot on over patriotic soldiers who win the war to an overzealous musical score. This gives the film a very sympathetic view towards both the Allied and Central powers, but more than anything it promotes the themes of peace at Christmas. This is a powerful movie to definitely watch.
Barry T (nl) wrote: A so so prequel all about how Hannibal became a cannibal. It looks smart but lacks bite but its an ok watch.
Michael T (it) wrote: I loved this movie, will really make you think. This should have been a big hit, but the producers decided to promote only by word of mouth.
Arseniy V (jp) wrote: Cute, quirky little street tale. A tad slick for my taste, but certainly not without some genuine grit on it. Interesting to see where Finding Nemo got half of its score ;)
Anders A (ru) wrote: Maybe the only watchable film from Schumacher. Starts off pretty okay building a character whose life is falling down litterly. Asbergers or something in the like, cutting corners in the fear section, as he is striving through rough areas of L.A.. A knife in the stomach of the states, it's certainly bleeding.
Julien E (fr) wrote: du grand n'importe quoi! Mais bon, quel Chuck Norris n'est pas du n'importe quoi?? Ce n'est pas son meilleur, par contre, c'est drle voir quand mme!
Victoria S (ag) wrote: Wonderful vampires, awful story.
Panta O (it) wrote: This British (or if you prefer Welsh) independent musical about the trials of an idealistic drama teacher as she tries to put on the end of year show, was like a book of clichs put together. That was done by the writer Laurence Coriat and directed by Welsh director Marc Evans and stars Minnie Driver, Aneurin Barnard, Kimberley Nixon and Robert Pugh. The setting of the story is in a Welsh comprehensive school during the long hot summer of 1976, and very keen drama teacher Vivienne (Minnie Driver) fights sweltering heat and general teenage apathy to put on an end of year rock and roll musical version of Shakespeare's The Tempest (that David Bowie would be proud of). She has high expectations and to engage her students, she uses hits of the time, performed by a fresh young cast led by Davey (Aneurin Barnard). It has a good message wrapped in a pleasant, feel good movie shiny wrapper (kept for a while) directed like a giant kids puzzle where you explain every piece in details, giving kids the hint where to put it. But, I have to admit I enjoyed it because all that was very smoothly done and with enthusiasm and chemistry which could not be faked! Enjoyable.