On Christmas Eve, ten strangers board a bus traveling across Texas. Far out in the wilds they collide with a meth-addicted biker. Forced off the road by other members of the gang, the ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
On Christmas Eve, ten strangers board a bus traveling across Texas. Far out in the wilds they collide with a meth-addicted biker
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Lee M (gb) wrote: AKA "All American Orgy": Andrew Drazek's directorial debut may read like a low-budget independent soft-porn flick, but there is no nudity and very little sex. It's pretty much the opposite of what you'd expect. Which is good.
Joanne L (jp) wrote: U guys should watch it !!!!
Katarina F (us) wrote: No nem bom nem ruim, medium, rsrsrs....
Hobie P (br) wrote: Dead In 3 Days is boring,and pointless.
sasha k (au) wrote: loved it very good but kind of disgusting when a mans foot got stuck in the bear trap yuck!!!!!! :)
Matthew J (br) wrote: Some people may find the premise to be ridiculous or even offensive, but the film treats its subject with reverence and a certain degree of believability. I found it to be mesmerizing and thrilling, and though the ambiguous ending might leave some feeling short-changed, I thought it added to the overall complexity of the situation. There is a great attention to detail concerning the composition of shots and a fitting soundtrack. It also makes some obvious nods to Rosemary's Baby.
Lefteris P (ru) wrote: You might find it slow but I actually found the rhythm of the film magically structured like a music piece. Obviously a homage to Ingmar Bergman.
Jerem M (ca) wrote: Another awful screenplay from the guy that brought us Showgirls. And another in the long line of Basic Instinct wannabes in the 90s. Bad and boring to boot. Plays like a cheap episode of CSI.
Anthony M (nl) wrote: Probably one of the best IF not the best Anime Film ever.
Ricky G (mx) wrote: It sticks out from the rest of the pack in its subject material and setting (like "A Good Year"), but it's a Ridley Scott movie for sure, and it therefore rocks.
Martin T (ca) wrote: An account of the last two months of Van Gogh's life. I love his work, but I don't know much about the man. I'm sure most of this film is fictionalized, but I found it didn't matter to me. It steers clear of all the usual biopic trappings, and thankfully isn't another portrait of an artist as a deranged lunatic. There are some histrionics, and these tend to be the weakest moments of the movie, but fortunately it only happens a couple of times. Instead, Pialat manages to capture the complexity of his character in light, subtle strokes. The word that kept coming to mind was "naturalistic": the pacing, mood, scenarios, lighting and performances. Jacques Dutronc is superb in the lead, and the rest of the cast is splendid as well. Everything just seemed flow naturally, without blatantly steering the narrative towards its foregone conclusion. I really enjoyed it. Between this and L'Enfance Nue, Pialat has made up for the dismal A Nos Amours.
Matthew M (ru) wrote: Cars raises the Pixar bar even higher. This movie is down to earth and hilarious. The plot is great because you never see a big shot celebrity like Lightning McQueen ending up in a small city like Radiator Springs and wanting to stay there. I would recommend this movie to anyone.
Charles P (mx) wrote: Yes, in the end, the characters learn a valuable lesson (the shallow, anti-consumerist kind, typical of most Christmas movies), but until then, they are obnoxious sitcom cut-outs whom we must endure for an hour and a half.