El cantor

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Mitchell M (jp) wrote: "Smashed" is a solid, honest indie drama bolstered by a terrific leading performance from Mary Elizabeth Winstead.

Maruf I (nl) wrote: better than APKGK. Not a good movie though...

Lev N (es) wrote: Pretty bad didn't really enjoy it it's one of the worst horror films I've ever seen and the main character Amy was just fucking terrible and stupid. She was told not to open the fucking puzzle box but she did anyway. The only good thing about it was Pinhead.

Chris S (ca) wrote: Exactly what you expected from Moore.

Phil H (br) wrote: The final showdown for the next generation crew and FINALLY the Romulans get a chance to shine. Thing is they are overshadowed and pushed to the side by the Remans, guess the Romulans had to wait for the reboot.Sooo here we are again, Earth in danger from an alien race and Picard is also being abused by another alien race, again. First he's assimilated now he's being mentally tortured by his power crazed clone who wants his blood...literately, some days huh.I must admit I can't get my head around film responses at times, I've read this was looked upon negatively. Why? its actually a pretty good Trek adventure and possibly the slickest of the next generation films, maybe the best of the four. Certainly better than 'Insurrection' and 'Generations' and much more open for everyone instead of just the Trekkies, which is probably for the best if you think about it.Plot wise this is total Star Trek, exactly as you would expect with overblown ideas and fantastic notions of sci-fi. Its not original and its not gonna surprise you but at the end of the day it does the job and entertains for the run time.Hardy is the bad guy dressed in shiny black armour (and am I the only one who forgot all about him being in this?! I was like...hey that's Tom Hardy!), He's bald, he sounds like David Thewlis and he's unpredictable with bouts of sulky anger down to his young age, I presume that was intended. Put simply he was a darn good villain (finally) who was perfectly slimy enough to get under your skin, just what the franchise needed.The rest of the bad guys all look really decent too. The Reman makeup/prosthetics are excellent in fact, first really good Star Trek aliens I've seen to be truthful. OK they do look like a race of Nosferatu, in fact a bit too close really, almost a complete rip-off, but I must admit they look damn good, highly aggressive and imposing visually, kudos.Actually the bad guys in this film coupled with the nice makeup and regal work/designs on the Romulans completely steal the show from the Enterprise crew. We all know the next gen crew are dull but they pale in comparison to the villainy on screen here, I actually wanted the bad guys to win this, would of been much more interesting.It was also weak to see they finally got the balls to kill off one of the next gen crew (Data) only to basically have him survive on by introducing an earlier model. I could see that coming miles away, and of course Data conveniently manages to upload all his personal 'data' into the earlier model before he sacrifices himself. So basically Data was killed but low and behold the replica earlier model takes his place complete with all Data's personal memories and attributes, as if he had never left *groan*.As I said earlier this is easily the best looking of the next gen films, probably all the Trek films. Production values look high with pretty much everything in the film, all sets look quite swish with depth and a solid appearance. Picard and his crew look as boring as ever in their grey uniforms but as I said before both the Romulans and Reman outfits all look superbly crafted and border more on Star Wars quality.Space sequences look delicious as they tend to in these films but this time the starships look much better than before. Its mainly CGI as usual but clearly much sharper and with some good looking weight to them, still not quite up to Mr Lucas' spaceships but getting close, the cloaking effect still looks a bit dodgy.Must mention the rather sweet looking cityscape on Romulus at the start of the film, very much on form with another certain popular sci-fi fantasy, dare I say quite Naboo-ish. A big kudos to the death sequence of the Romulan Imperial Senate also at the start. The infection and fast decay shown is some of the best CGI mixed with real time model work I've seen. These effects really put the film in good stead showcasing a newer sexier Trek offering.I guess you could say this one film is merely an action film in Star Trek clothes and not exactly what Star Trek is all about. Where has all the exploration gone? the seeking out of new worlds and new civilisations etc...There is definitely more bias towards fighting, death, multiple laser blasting and even the obligatory action film 'car chase' sequence. But its hard to win with Star Trek, either its too flashy and gun-ho, not Trekkie enough for the core fans. Or its too dull and slow for everyone like some of the older Trek films or its too in depth for non core fans and more of a Trekkie treat fan film.Its not very original and is pretty much a cookie cutter production but what do you expect with Star Trek. Plenty of decent action in space and a bit on land with a moon buggy chase, some of the best effects so far (about time), great visual designs throughout with the usual high caliber imagination but maybe it loses the true Star Trek essence along the way?Entirely predictable to the last minute but ultimately very enjoyable like most of the good Trek adventures. Another good franchise bookend, this time for the next generation crew. It hasn't been as memorable as the classic crew films in my opinion but a valiant effort none the less.

Ruthie R (us) wrote: Tbh I don't even remember

Mohammad B (br) wrote: Thrilling, simple plot movie. unexpected ending which makes it even better.

jenny w (gb) wrote: anything with sam in is great

RJohn X (fr) wrote: I would suggest watching the 13 minute interview extra with Lenzi before undertaking this movie. While there are spoilers - but seriously, you can't be concerned with that! - Lenzi is a hilarious crank. Complaining about the producers, who for some reason he needs to point out is a woman, tearing at Hugo Stiglitz, who he felt saddled with, and finally crediting himself for all the better parts of the production. This picture is only notable for a few reasons all of them subtexts to the main action. For instance, the take no prisoners approach - meaning that no character is safe from death. And while there are some impossible escapes, especially, during the hospital attack. But main character's narrative arcs are abruptly ended by brutal death - the military men's families suffer the worse. If it were not for the second grade shocker ending - It was all a dream that could actually happen! - then Nightmare City could rank as the beginning of the desolate, realist, dystopian horror movement of the 80s.Another notable aspect of the movie is that includes most of the cliches that would come to dominate genre movies of the 80s. The rogue truth teller (who isn't fired, because he quits!), the vigilante success where cautious bureaucracy fails, the monster unleashed by military-industrial-corporate greed/ arrogance, science is not to blame!One of the strangest things about the movie is how it is edited or blocked. Whenever we see the mutants/ zombies they are standing or run to a dead stop so that the camera can linger on them. The close-ups of the meatball makeup meant to suggest radiation burns, I can understand, but not the other stuff. Its as if the editor of the movie kept in all the seconds when Lenzi shouted Action or Cut! Its a really strange thing and makes the movie feel a bit off center.While I have seen other movies where the zombies shoot guns or learn to use weapons or ride horses, but I have never seen a movie where the zombies only use weapons. This might be the first.

Dianne N (es) wrote: Elvis want to you think

Daniel H (es) wrote: :fresh: [CENTER]Great humor and lovable dogs.[/CENTER]

Kyle M (ag) wrote: It may not be at Ephron's achievable level, but she still has good taste in casting and bringing charms. The cast followed her, but it looked like Ferrell is the least since this film is half Ephron and half Ferrell. This adaptation of an old sitcom is a unique one out of all other TV shows adaptations. An enjoyable film from Ephron, but it's her least work. (B)(Full review coming soon)

Tommaso D (kr) wrote: Trainwreck is an overrated rom-com that feels for the most part (mainly the first half) flat and silly. Fortunately, when you start asking yourself what could be more flat than this, the charm of the leading actors manages to engage the viewers by putting some emotions in the that-far meaningless performances.