Epoch of Murder Madness

Epoch of Murder Madness

A movie by Kihach Okamoto. (1967)

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Michael H (au) wrote: I was utterly charmed by the quirky inventiveness of the world Gondry was creating in MOOD INDIGO and completely given over to experiencing this world he was creating. Unfortunately, my expectations and level of trust, set by the films of Terry Gilliam and Spike Jonze, were unjustified when transferred to Gondry for this movie. Gondry's world simply doesn't have the groundedness or consistency of a Gilliam or Jonze world, and I slowly discovered that my trust had been misplaced as MOOD INDIGO unraveled. Still a lot of creative visual stuff to enjoy, just don't expect it to mean anything.

Elcer M (es) wrote: A short film with just enough content for 30 minutes but stretched to exhaustion to become a long of 90. Kiarostami is one of the most tedious film directors that exist. He navigates between the denial of artistic recreation of reality, which should guide the cinema, and a deliberate intention of being "different", frustrating the expectations of the audience.The abrupt ending of this thing is just stupidAs a short film perhaps a grade 6.As a feature film, it's a solid zero.

Tim A (kr) wrote: Clearly funny and clear revenge for years of communism the more comedic side of all that comrade partly line politics of eastern Europe

Jason J (jp) wrote: A predictable twist on a villain being a hero and bringing the series full circle.

Jhaneb K (it) wrote: Anil Kapoor @ his top best!!! A power packed performance by the veteran!!!

eric e (br) wrote: All time classic western.

Jacob T (ca) wrote: If you like good horror movie. See this one. It is a classic

William W (nl) wrote: This film gets a lot of flak because it's not one of the trinity of great Marx Brothers films (Duck Soup/A Day at the Races/A Night at the Opera). That being said, it's still a laugh riot that's funnier and more entertaining than 95% of what's thrown out of Hollywood these days as comedies.