The documentary introduces the career of director George A. Romero, who owns the horror films of the 60s and 70s as Night of the Living Dead, Dawn of the Dead. His horror films have revolutionized this genre. The content is the interview with Romero as well as the cast and his film crew. Additionally, some behind-the-scenes footage is revealed from Two Evil Eyes and clips from other films of Romero, such as Martin. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Orlok W (gb) wrote: Have a little sense of humor--Enjoyable Fun!!
rafael t (es) wrote: here i am again with a review on a probably unknown for most movie, This is a Argentina production, shooted in Argentina and directed by Lucia Puenzo, who did a terrific job, specially if you take into consideration this is her first shot at directing. It gathered critical acclaim trough the festivals circuit mostly in latin america and europe, achieving Critics prize at cannes 2007, and Goya for best hispanic movie in 2008. The film tells the story of a hermaphrodite teenager with an extra X chromosome, a syndrome known as klinefelter syndrome or XXY syndrome. The family moves to Uruguay shores escaping from Argentina big cities in an attempt to raise Alex (Ines Efron) away from public prejudices. Alex is raised as a girl, with hormonal treatment, tough without surgical removal of genitalia, expecting the girls maturity so she makes her own choice. A little spoilers here: One day a couple of "old friends" of the father : Kraken (portrayed by ricardo Darin) come visit for a couple weeks. This couple also bring with them a Teenage son - Alvaro- who inmediatly feels atracted to alex (tough he is not aware of her condition), alex reject hims at first, but eventually in a constant flirting and curiosity she ends up having sex with him, in wich sexual encounter Alvaro is penetrated by alex, and they are discovered by Alex father's Kraken... Things get pretty confusing for the three of them, as it's revealed that dad's "old friend" is actually a surgeon interested in alex case. Overall it's a great and intriguing film, with powerful and natural performances by the whole cast, that manages to treat a delicate subject with enough sensitivity, but without being dull.
William B (au) wrote: well-balanced insightful documentary on the mercenary business; it mostly focuses on Iraq, yet also lays out its historical background and compares other topical scenarios like Sierra Leone - features an excellent range of articulate interviewees and some amazing footage you won't have seen on the BBC
James T (mx) wrote: I remember I asked a friend of mine if he had seen the live-action Thunderbirds movie from 2004 and he said it was rubbish. He wasn't wrong: this was one of the worst films I've ever seen. For those faithful to the original mid-60s puppet TV series, you will not enjoy this embarrassment. The plot is predictable, the acting is poor, the script is unimaginative and the general underemphasis on the Thunderbird machines as opposed to the members of the Tracy family is reprehensible. Granted, Sophia Myles, Ron Cook and Ben Kingsley do provide respectable performances, however the remainder of the cast lack personality and performance. I'm sorry to say that the more I tried to enjoy this movie, the more I actually hated it. Apart from special effects, some decent performances and a cool soundtrack, there is very little to offer here. A huge disappointment and a wasted opportunity.
Christopher R (jp) wrote: They managed to find themselves in love in a time of war where the love of the people was given to patriotism. It was unfortunate to see his love become an obsession that got in the way of progress, although at the end the outcome of the story was a good one, I could not help but think that a lot of lives would have been spared if he had not obsessed, but that would have been a different movie altogether lol. Great movie nonetheless. A lot of Romeo & Juliet elements in there too.
Seang Wei T (mx) wrote: You would not want to watch this. This is crap !
CJ P (es) wrote: Pretty good, but the ending is seriously effed up.
Rob P (nl) wrote: A real gem of obscure 80's horror! Starring Meg Tilly, Adam West, and Elizabeth Daily! Cameos by vintage arcade games and TaB! The finale is visually amazing!
Greg W (au) wrote: Aggressively obnoxious FX comedy with Chase at his absolute hammiest.
Scott B (fr) wrote: Waters' most underrated film!
DC F (fr) wrote: It still has that Speghetti Western feel that I love along with another good Eastwood plot where he's to get revenge on those who wrongfully tried to hang him!
amylee s (it) wrote: quite funny for a old film
Anthony L (es) wrote: Disney Movie #17: Melody TimeAlthough Melody Time is one of the worst films in Disney's Fantasia Era, it's still an energetic and fun filled ride for kids and adults. With it's contents, Melody Time manages to keep the viewer interested all the way through it's very short 72 minute runtime. Although it may not reach the level of greatness that The Three Caballeros or Fantasia reached, Melody Time is a deserving ending to a great era in Disney history.
Nik B (es) wrote: Sentimental journey of some tramp who puts unwanted babies in her house. This is not notable so much for it's quality, but rather that I think it's the first Oscar nominee to include a suicide. That and her kid died. Big deals for 1941.
John S (it) wrote: Imagine Snatch (including Brick-Top) meets Shaun of the Dead. Breezy, gross-out, tongue in cheek flick.
Aaron G (fr) wrote: Charlie Kaufman gives a masterclass in screenwriting via this movie.
Matthew P (it) wrote: Jason Segal gives his best film performance in "Jeff Who Lives at Home". It is a funny and moving movie.