A young filmmaker in 1960s Paris juggles directing a cheesy sci-fi debacle, directing his own personal art film, coping with his crumbling relationship with his girlfriend, and a new-found infatuation with the sci-fi film's starlet. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
A young filmmaker in 1960s Paris juggles directing a cheesy sci-fi debacle, directing his own personal art film, coping with his crumbling relationship with his girlfriend, and a new-found infatuation with the sci-fi film's starlet.
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daniel v (ca) wrote: .. propone varias teoras interesantes .. un desarrollo dinmico pero que se torna previsible y con un final sin riesgo y cmodo .. se qued ah ..
Aman Kumar J (jp) wrote: overall the movie is a treat to watch.......totally worth the money.........watch it u wont get bored...............but yeah the kissing scenes could have been handled in a matured way it seemed like a desperate 13 year old boy kissing a 12 year old gal
Andrew T (fr) wrote: Great premise for a movie, gorgeous haunted house set, very detailed and creepy monsters, terrible execution. The acting wasn't that good, the script wasn't well written, and even the timing of the lines being delivered felt off. Left feeling somewhat dissappointed.
Poul F (jp) wrote: Its fun in places but overall it misses the home run.
Cody R (ru) wrote: Wonderful documentary!
Kevin D (nl) wrote: First of all, these two assassins are really just part-time killers. There is a whole lot of screen time where they happen not to be killing people. Lau is cool, and he gives "Point Blank" an awesome shout-out. After that, the film gets slower and increasingly muddled.
JeanPhilippe R (ag) wrote: Chaque fois que je le revois, j'y prends autant de plaisir que la premire fois au festival des films du monde dition 2000, au tout dbut de ma premire anne en cinma, au Cgep du Vieux Montral. Un scnario potique, une photographie intime et une habile ralisation. Un petit bijou du cinma qubcois.
Mattias E (it) wrote: Apparently, flamenco is like the gangstarap of Andalusia. The hoodz love it. Vengo is clearly aimed at people who are into "foreign" movies with lots of quaint music, unhinged sexuality and weird names. Tony Gatlif has made a carreer out of such cultural pornography with his movies Latcho Drom, Gadjo Dilo and Vengo. At best, they make me cringe.
William L (au) wrote: simply a classic!!! revisiting the movie actually sees a great deal of acting; esp. btwn maggie & brigitte.
Jamie F (kr) wrote: An intelligent 50's sci-fi classic. Not the usual dreck from that time.
Jesse O (au) wrote: You know one of the biggest problems with horror movies is nowadays, and perhaps this has even gone farther than, say, the last 5 years, and that is the fact that some of these movies do not have enough interesting material in the script to fill out one hour of screen time, much less 90 minutes of it. If your film is a little shorter than what is expected, then so fucking be it. At least you're realizing that there's not enough intriguing story elements to stretch out a script past its breaking point. I don't see anything wrong with realizing your limitations. Hell, I think most people would actually respect that as opposed to being driven nuts by a film that's all filler no thriller. If you're wondering why I started off with that little rant, it should be obvious if you have a basic level of education, it's because that this movie is probably one of the worst examples of this that I've seen in fucking forever. I swear to Xenu that if you take out all of what I thought was filler, this movie would be, at the very least, 45 minutes long. That's how bad it fucking is. And the sad thing is that this actually starts out in a very promising fashion. The film's has some really good atmospheric moments, like it was actually building up to be an unnerving experience. But it's one of those films that builds up and builds up and builds up but you never get a satisfactory payoff. There's a couple of jump scares here and there, and I've never been a big fan of those, but I think it can work maybe every once in a while. This film completely relies on them. I honestly think this movie was better than that for it to rely on jump scares. Everything in the movie starts off actually pretty well until you get to the real estate agent who, you think, the movie revolves around past the initial set-up. This is where the problems start to come in. Part of me thinks that they were going for a Psycho-type thing where the person you believe to be the protagonist is murdered as a big a shock value thing. The problem is the fact that this first half of the film is absolutely needless and unnecessary. Keep in mind that this is like 30-35 minutes of screen time that's devoted to the real estate agent character. This wouldn't be such a problem if the film told you anything that was absolutely essential to the plot. Once you get to the story from Vera's, the real estate agent's sister, point of view, absolutely nothing changes. It was a long road to get, basically, nothing, since the story is about Vera and not her sister. Talk about fucking pointless. There's also this flashback scene that shows Hannah, I think her name is, babysitting some couple's kid while they go to a party and how she goes to this party and tells the parents that their kid is dead, they're all dead. This takes up, at least, 10 more minutes of time to basically say a whole lot of fucking nothing. That's on top of the 15 minutes devoted to setting everything up for Hannah to sell her soul to the devil. But, at the very least, the first 15 minutes to set everything up is actually essential to the film and it's horrible story that it's trying to tell. So let's take those 10 minutes for Hannah's unnecessary flashback, the 35 minutes devoted to Leigh, the real estate agent, and that's literally 45 minutes of waste on my screen. FORTY-FIVE minutes of absolute nothing that in no way shape or form has anything to do with how the movie ends up. And then the stuff with Vera doesn't even feel like the rest of the movie that we got prior to that. It just feels like they rushed through shit and it didn't really amount to much of anything either. What's the point of this film? I do not know, the story is so muddled that you'd be hard pressed to find anyone who thinks this bullshit makes sense. The only reason this film gets one star, I had it at a 1.5 prior to writing out this review, this is worse than I had originally thought, and that is that the film has some really cool atmospheric moments that, you would hope, would lead to something truly chilling and unnerving. But it never came. Might be one of the worst examples of horror movie script that's just stretched too thin. It's horrible to be honest. Do not watch this under any circumstances, it is a terrible movie.
James W (ca) wrote: Hearing about a kind of remake of rear window with Shia laBeoyf would anger most but Disturbia is a very good film. Taking the premise of rear window and applying it to a somewhat different situation keeps the film fresh and intriguing. Great performances from all involved, make this incredibly tense in parts.
Brett H (fr) wrote: A badass post-apocalypse movie featuring vampires as the horrifying creatures they're meant to be, and not once is it predictable or lazy! The film is a violent thrill-ride with many clever encounters with vampires and the dark tone is set in stone from the opening scene that may put off the sensitive viewers, but I applaud the realism! The character of "Mister" is essentially the backwoods-Blade and his no-nonsense attitude as well as skills with hunting vampires and collecting their teeth is just awesome! The film's budget was modest so they had to stick to practical effects and make-up and they pull it all off with spades; there's no sparkles on these vampires! One of the most unique scenes involves a not-so-subtle representation of God's Hand casting the creatures from the sky onto the sinners and as over-the-top as it is; I love the hell out of it! Simply put: a fun vampire flick that doesn't skimp out on the brutality.
Armando B (de) wrote: This has to be one of Van Damme great action films, great story and great action fighting sequences that keep you at the end of your seat, the bad guys are great to see act in this film, Van Damme proves that he is one of the best legends in making action movies. So for this being another great film by Van Damme, I give "Hard Target" a B.