Deviants are held at a rehabilitation fortress until they're set into a deadly game of survival, in the hopes of returning to world society.
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Joshua L (es) wrote: Oscar winning animated short with really good animation.. but the suprisingly touching story is what makes this so great. I'm glad this won the Oscar.
Ryan M (mx) wrote: Fun "turn your brain off" flick.
Jennie M (kr) wrote: Raunchy. A couple funny parts.
Denise T (kr) wrote: Gorgeous setting, magnificent acting, and a wonderful life lesson in the end. A MUST!!!!!
Curtis I (ru) wrote: This movie uses the Mormon setting of Utah and the Mormon culture that exists there as a backdrop for a murder mystery/spiritual drama that is very well thought out. It is focused on the story from start to finish and keeps you guessing up until the end. There was one scene in the movie that I thought was a little too corny but other than that I thought this movie was excellent.
Eric B (fr) wrote: Very complex and difficult to follow. The ending didn't give much away. It's only saving grace was Tilda Swinton.
Nikhil M (fr) wrote: An improvement over the first part, this movie has got better comic element as well as better story to its credit. The chase sequences and the chemistry between the lead actors is also good too.
Rendan L (mx) wrote: One of the best Disney movies ever. They don't make em like this anymore. Grade: B-
Matthew U (ca) wrote: Pretty good movie it was definitely worth watching even though they ended up looking like wolves from Teen Wolf
Kevin K (us) wrote: I'm sorry that 29% critical review is horse shit. half baked is a great comedy.
Ian B (de) wrote: Doesnt get much better than this!
Eduardo P (br) wrote: Esto es cine! El absurdo en el cine negro frances. Increible, de lo mejor que se haya visto alguna vez...
John A (de) wrote: Bunuel films the action beautifully, adds a number of creative touches--esp. to Simon's encounters with the Devil--and pretty much plays it straight right up until the ultra-surrealist ending. Simon is a three dimensional character who's fall is handled in too straightforward a fashion. Bunuel's lack of imagination with regard to religious characters is more striking than ever here. While he is profoundly aware of the life of faith, he seems only able to imagine it ending in despair or failure.
Atheer O (de) wrote: A beautiful and strong character study about the struggle within one's self packed within a believable romantic tale.