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Dave J (mx) wrote: Thursday, December 19, 2013 (2012) In Their Skin PSYCHOLOGICAL THRILLER Starring Joshua Close who was also credited for writing the story along with the director Jeremy Power Regimbal. He plays Mark along with his wife (Selma Blair) and son settling down into a remote home somewhere along the highway. And suddenly get imposed upon by another family unexpectedly named Bobby (James D'Arcy) and his wife and kid, and then the next thing you know this dysfunctional family started terrorizing them for no apparent reason. Low budget and has been done before from such movies as "The Strangers", "The Last House On The Left" to "Funny Games". Do we really need to see a low budget variation of those movies. I think not. 2 out of 4 stars
Brian M (nl) wrote: This is a little bit late for the holidays, but, I saw this movie last night, and had to write a review. I am not really familiar with any of the actors in this film, but, I think that is what made it so interesting. This is a great story about a college kid who goes home for Christmas, who has not come out to his parents. He returns home to a set of quite wacky parents, and overly perky mom, and a Dad who seems stoned out of his mind almost the entire film. And, mom still wants to set her son up with the girl next door. Everything seems pretty wholesome and boring. The fun starts when the Boyfriend decides to show up at the house for Christmas, As his parents decided to go on a cruise instead of spending Christmas with their son. His story is a bit sad, but, there is so much stuff going on with the boyfriends wacky family, that some of it is pretty darn fun. There are some scenes in this movie that will crack you up. Like mom's sudden interest in the boyfriends underwear, when she almost walks in on them when they are about to make out. There is a lot of jaw dropping funny stuff, mostly in quick scenes and good word play. All leading up to the son dying to come out to his parents. It's just great.
Nilanjana R (ag) wrote: Warm emotional real and beautiful,with superb performances and sleek directing,a really beautiful film about ...this ones definitely a must watch.
David O (jp) wrote: Tension of emotion holds the movie together, and yet well controlled all the way to the end. It articulates and expresses our everyday experience so well. This movie is so human, and so real.
Sam H (fr) wrote: Probably the worst movie made this year.
Keith R (ag) wrote: I am unsure of what was so undesirable from all of the critics. I believe it must be their general distaste for Lawrence, who I found to be quite funny in this film. It was enjoyable to watch, not unlike slapstick movies by Mike Myers. I also think that there always seems to be a general distaste amongst mainstream reviewers for black leads with secondary white actors. The movie was supposed to be enjoyably foolish. It accomplished this task.
Aaron M (br) wrote: Watching this right now... I'm really enjoyed the industrial tap motif. Great performances in this.
Damien B (br) wrote: I Loved this movie so much I picked it up for my collection of movies which currently stands at 3000 or more
Jeffrey M (fr) wrote: A not too bad of a film, JoBeth Williams is superb in this 1984 comedy film.
Tim S (ag) wrote: Based on the novel of the same name by Harper Lee. A true classic. While not as good as the book (indeed, it's a rare thing for a film to be better than the book) it's still a damn fine film. A film about childhood, fatherhood, and prejudice.
Atheer O (gb) wrote: more of the same. Only this time its not so original anymore.
Luc L (au) wrote: A black comedy that fails to entertain.
Peter T (mx) wrote: Bit average. Men cheating on their wives , I love it when he just comes in his pants .
Anthony I (es) wrote: A modern day, cerebral version of The Omen, essentially. It's a study into the mind of a psychopathic school shooter, told from the perspective of the mother. Troubled youths at home have been tackled in films before, but this is an exceptional piece. It's entirely uncomfortable in every aspect, to the point where some of it is just unbearable and dull. Tilda Swinton's performance is stirring.