After suffering a fateful beating, comic book artist Walter Levitte awakens in a hospital with memory loss and severe nerve damage. Believing he is his latest comic character, Crimson, Walter embarks on a vigilante tirade. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Crimson: The Motion Picture
After suffering a fateful beating, comic book artist Walter Levitte awakens in a hospital with memory loss and severe nerve damage. Believing he is his latest comic character, Crimson, Walter embarks on a vigilante tirade.
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Leon B (nl) wrote: Review:This movie is more silly that funny. I found the leading character pretty annoying, and Vinnie Jones is playing his usual cockney hard nut, but if you don't take the movie seriously then it's just harmless fun. The storyline is really unbelievable, and the ending was pretty corny, but that's what you expect from a Rom-Com nowadays. I was surprised to see Kathy Burke in such a weak movie, but she didn't play a major role. As I hadn't really heard of this movie before, I didn't have high expectations so I wasn't massively disappointed. Average!Round-Up:If this film had a leading character that wasn't so dumb, then it might have been half decent, but he just got on my nerves after a while. It's obvious that the director didn't really think the storyline through that well because it got ridiculous after a while. It just goes from one weird scene to the next, which makes its unpredictable in some ways, but silly in another. It was a waste of a good cast, except for the leading character, but you can tell that there wasn't a big budget so it shouldn't have been a massive lose.Budget: $6millionWorldwide Gross: N/AI recommend this movie to people who are into there silly Rom-Com's about an arranged marriage that goes totally wrong. 3/10
Guru G (jp) wrote: kamalhassan film,ten different avators
Simon W (ru) wrote: Not the comic masterpiece that i remembered but still pretty good
Heather M (br) wrote: I am glad that I changed my mind and watched this one. Aside from the very bad popular music numbers this was a great movie. Watching this also gave me a new perspective and greater appreciation for the recent remake. I loved the interactive Rocky Horror experience.
Barb C (ru) wrote: saw this when it first came out, seen it hundreds of times since, still love it, one of my favourites
Ben R (gb) wrote: Not sure whether to give this 3.5 or 4 stars, but let's go with 4. I'd been warned beforehand that this was one of the darkest movies I'd ever see, and wow, it was. This was just so grim the whole way through. In theory, I don't like movies that are just depressing all the time, to the point that it's just a slog. This was so well-executed, though, and the running time was short enough that it wasn't a slog. There were the occasional happy moments; though the events occurring in the first half of the movie were still sad, the bond between Eva and Jan was strong, and it was beautiful seeing them come through and support each other. That seemingly unconditional love just made the second half that much harder to watch. It reminded me of Blue Valentine, with a war serving as the background.
Terry D (br) wrote: Knockout adaptation of Harper Lee's important contribution to American literature. Quite simply, this should be required viewing for every American. Gregory Peck, in a career-defining performance, absolutely brings the character of Atticus Finch to life in front of our very eyes. This film is pretty much pitch perfect in every way -- casting and acting, screenplay, musical score, cinematography, direction...and of course, the underlying lessons, messages, and truths. An absolute treasure.
Scott M (br) wrote: This film should be called Paul Gross' Musings. Instead of trusting the viewer, he spent so much of the film telling us what to feel. Too bad.
John T (gb) wrote: Gravy 2015. This fun, gross, cannibal horror comedy suffers from being a bit to long for me. It's only 95 minutes but just as the main character, Michael Weston, is even keeled it made the whole movie feel that way to me. Hard to explain because I thought he was great but my emotions didn't go up and down. They stayed the same as I waited for the film to end. I would recommend watching it but I wouldn't plan my night around it.