Creature from Black Lake

Creature from Black Lake

Two men exploring the Louisiana swamps run into a Bigfoot-type creature.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:91 minutes
  • Release:1976
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:student,   forest,   search,  

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Sam N (nl) wrote: After Goonies became the ultimate 80's kids film this little gem slipped into obscurity..... shame, it rocks!

Akshay R (nl) wrote: A good story, but marred by the inconsistent screenplay. The weakest Jha film ever made!

Larry S (it) wrote: While it might seem slow to some people, not much really "happens", it's a breathtaking look at Cairo. Like older films, the director is not afraid to use silence. I've always really like Patricia Clarkson and she is fantastic in this.

Grant S (br) wrote: Excellent documentary on the life of Joe Strummer, frontman of The Clash. Doesn't just cover the Clash period, but growing up, lead-up to The Clash, and subsequent bands and life. Interesting interviews with a rather varied bunch of celebrities, indicating Strummer and The Clash's influence. Some the interviews are a bit unnecessary, and are just padding, eg Johnny Depp and John Cusack. Most of the rest are insightful though - even Bono has something unpretentious and useful to say.Great music, especially rare live footage of The Clash, and Strummer's other bands. I guess you have to be a fan of The Clash, as I am, to appreciate this. If you are, well worth the watch.

Moya W (ru) wrote: Entertaining to watch, but very easily forgotten afterwards.

Girlie A (ca) wrote: Sometimes love is all that matters.

Juan N (it) wrote: Reminded me of The Doom Generation, same style of filming and acting. Co-starring a young (18) Mena Suvari, how could you go wrong? More of a film for older teens and younger adults, I was 22 when it was released, so I'm old now and I'll still play it for my younger friends and family members who always say "another one of your weird movies...". Yeah, it's a weird movie. Worth checking out if you're in to this genre, not so much if you're in to the more mainstream styles of movies. It's not really serious, although it does touch on some serious issues. The characters Surf & Ski are my personal favorite; they're good looking blonde twin boys who talk in unison - very creative, I thought so anyway. Enjoy.

Jessie W (ag) wrote: what a terrible, twisted, hard-to-understand plot. But...Zhang Yimou excels at these tragedies...and the filming, acting, and "twisting" really are impressive.

Rachel S (de) wrote: could be good, maybe.

PY C (ru) wrote: It's cute and entertaining in the beginning but got boring from the middle. However, Uncle Buck himself is very devoted and cool!

Curtis b (gb) wrote: Parody of 80's flicks, and yes I like it!

Steve S (es) wrote: ***Due to the recent RT changes that have basically ruined my past reviews, I am mostly only giving a rating rather than a full review.***

Byron B (it) wrote: Another adaptation of Thomas Malory's book. Filmed in Ireland, the true birthplace of the Celtic legends that led to the tales of Arthur and his knights. Director/writer/producer John Boorman's film captures the gritty existence, magic of nature, celebratory victories, and shadowy mysteries of loss found in the ancient legends. Much content from Arthur's father Uther to the destruction of the round table is packed into the 2 hour and 20 minute run time. I loved the selection of interior and exterior scenery as well as the costumes including personalized armor for each knight. In the early 80s many in the cast were unknown to American audiences, but would soon become recognized names and faces. Some of the cast are still not familiar to me watching this in 2016, so the dramatic scenes unfold more organically than through star power. I especially enjoyed Nicol Williamson's portrayal of Merlin, who I had seen in a couple other films. This movie restores the epic mythical scale of the adventure that other movie versions have not been able to convey. The movie technically is a little dated to the 1980s, but it so often succeeds in carrying you back to a Britain with mainly Pagan beliefs, a place of developing individual heroes, a place where a dragon represented everywhere and everything, was immanent in the world. It is full of excitement and mystery!

Peter W (de) wrote: The film that started a franchise

Naomi J (br) wrote: Haven't seen this one for a long time, but it's hard to follow up a movie like My Friend Flicka

Dustin I (de) wrote: A great and entertaining first-outing for everyone's favorite, little fairy!