A fallen foot tall Homunculus called Marvin (a part human/part reptile creature) is imprisoned in a birdcage by a vengeful lover who is bidding to become the world's most powerful vampire. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
A fallen foot tall Homunculus called Marvin (a part human/part reptile creature) is imprisoned in a birdcage by a vengeful lover who is bidding to become the world's most powerful vampire.
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Robert B (it) wrote: The Haunting of Whaley House (Jose Prendes, 2012)The Haunting of Whaley House (and sing this with me if you know the words, kids-you probably should by now) is one of those movies that starts out very unsure of the kind of movie it's trying to be. Unlike most of them, though, that seem to settle into some sort of groove after a while, this one makes every possible wrong choice and comes up with a plotless excuse for (terrible) special effects that I can't quite believe someone was desperate enough for money to release.The movie starts off looking like it's going to be a comedy. Spoiler alert: the biggest mistake made during the making of this film was abandoning the comedy angle and going for a straight horror film, because the opening scenes of this movie-while still well below average-are its best. As soon as it tries to go serious-horror, it fails, and fails miserably; there is not a single original idea to be found here, the special effects are ghastly, the acting is awful, etc. I could write a thousand words about how bad this movie is, but I can show you in a single sentence: Jose Prendes' next job was writing Hansel & Gretel, the Asylum mockbuster aimed at the Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters crowd. What more do you need to know? *
Jonathan B (ag) wrote: You would normally think a regular family documentary wouldn't be that interesting, but in the case of Stores We Tell, you would be decisively wrong. Actress-turned-director Sarah Polley spent five years interviewing family members and friends, even recreating old b-roll footage, before finally pulling together her story and that of her parents on film. It also shows how people often remember things differently, complete with some twists and turns, and overall is one of the most well done and uniquely satisfying documentaries of the past couple years.
Rasika M (ca) wrote: sorry for being so harsh but this is piece of crap.
Vessela D (kr) wrote: The idea of the movie was great, but it was a bit predictable to be a really exciting thriller...
jennifer l (br) wrote: Love the sound track
Ryan D (nl) wrote: Why do I keep watching this depressing crap. I got enough of my own problems.
Karen F (ru) wrote: I loved the atmosphere of this film, and the acting. I have to admit the storyline had me baffled at times - I think there were time switches and stuff going on so that I was a bit confused about who was with whom and when. But that just makes me want to watch it again.
Unknown H (fr) wrote: As an accurate representation of the life of Charles Manson, this movie is acceptable. As a piece of entertainment produced simply for this means, this film is good. I have a keen interest in Charles Manson, as most people do (:P) and I love Jeremy Davies so naturally this movie looked like a winner. If I were basing my review purely on Davies' portrayal of the mentally unhinged and deeply spiritual Manson, then this review would have five out of five easily, as I think it is one of the most comfortable roles I have ever seen him in. However as a movie and more importantly as something that claims to be rooted in fact, from my knowledge, this movie is accurate in some parts but very random in others, giving it a middle of the road two and half out of five, but making it still definatley worth a watch.
Dennis b (mx) wrote: Had to see what all the fuss was about. Real feelings, very thought provoking, and well made.
Heather F (us) wrote: The story may not be as impressive as the efforts put into directing this film, but I was lovely nonetheless. I enjoyed everything about this romantic drama visually and emotionally. The feelings I had during scenes were strong and the characters were interesting and pitiful. The story, to me, is still sweet and ends with an uplifting sense of hope and perseverance. I really enjoyed watching this film and witnessing Kurasawa's maturing abilities. He uses weather and music to evoke strong emotions, mirroring that of the characters'. I also enjoyed his close ups on the couple's feet. There is a bit of emphasis on the broken shoes of the female lead toward the beginning. Seeing their shoes close up in the rain puddles reminds you how uncomfortable the characters must be, yet they continue on, determined to find happiness together. It felt romantic to see their feet treading the cold wet streets together. All in all, this was a great Kurosawa film.
Farah R (ru) wrote: The worst possible making of a horror film.
Mohammed A (gb) wrote: It's good movie to watch
Coty S (ca) wrote: the film is a decent adaptation of Mary Shelley's novel in parts, particularly great is Robert De Niro as the creature. But it fails utterly when it truly counts for the fact that it advertises itself as a faithful work, and yet outright depicts events that never occurred in the novel, or resemble the original intent. Branagh also makes the mistake of never really playing it subtle in terms of actin or direction. Everyone except for the creature is on speed, when they ought to be far more calm. Overall, just skip it.