Supernatural thriller, featuring 'Pink Floyd with Fangs' soundtrack by the UK's no 1 musician Graham Coxon. What started out as a bonding holiday between an American mother recently reunited with her daughter, quickly turns into a tense, desperate nightmare. The North Yorkshire Moors provides the lonely backdrop for an intense, nervous adventure.
- Stars:Jennifer Bryer, Jane Buckle, Christine Howe, Joel Jackson, Bromwyn Jennison, Alun Nixon, Wayne Russell, Sydney Wade, Richard Wood,
- Director:Steven Nesbit,
- Writer:Steven Nesbit (story), Steven Nesbit
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(it) wrote: Terrence Malick directs this romance drama filmed through his creative cinematic eye. Malick's films are often like visual poems, the images are often much more important than any conventional storytelling, and he knows how to shoot, and he edits in a creative way. "To The Wonder" is interesting, and well made, but it is not as interesting as some of his other work. If nothing else, Malick is at least a unique and competent filmmaker.
(br) wrote: Alright but a bit boring
(ru) wrote: Make sure you pee before you start the movie, or just skip to the last hour of the movie.
(au) wrote: Fantastic film. Heart-wrenching and inspiring.
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(it) wrote: "I wonder who the real cannibals are!" This movie is definitely controversial especially on the time when it was shown due to nudity, rape, violence, and gore. Despite all of that, the director is sending a message to the viewers and it is a very thought-provoking message: Are we as civilized as we think we are? It is not your cool-movie-summer-must-watch movie, this is one of those movies for movie fanatics and must-watch-before-I-die bucket list. I can't believe I survived watching this.
(ca) wrote: One of the world's greatest films, a must see.
(jp) wrote: House of Dracula (1945) was an unspectacular attempt to cash in on putting three iconic monsters in one movie. The film fails, however, on all accounts. The monsters are scarce (Lon Chaney Jr. only becomes his infamous Wolfman character once for about 10 seconds and Frankenstein "lives" for about 30 seconds of film time). The scientist does pretty well, as did the brother of the murdered caretaker. The monsters, though, were too scarce to rate. Dracula was bland, Chaney his usual well-mannered and well-meaning self (great actor, but the same role he already made famous in his original role of the Wolfman character), and Frankenstein was basically irrelevant. The death of Dracula was too easy, the destruction of Frankenstein too similar to his many previous demises in Frankestein films, and Wolfman's curing too simplistic. Okay movie, but not nearly up to par with each monster's original film.
(nl) wrote: Decent horror movie. It has a good plot and is well acted. I feel like it could have been a lot better if they had focused more on the creatures and less on the human "monsters."
(gb) wrote: brilliant, cant get enough of mark dacascos he kicks butt and he looks ok too