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Jeremy H (mx) wrote: I was pretty interested throughout the movie, but before there was any real development of the plot, it had such an unexpected and awful ending that ruined the entire movie.
Matt S (us) wrote: Cherry Tree Lane is this year's Eden Lake, with an ending just as shocking and abrupt. The film is confronting and the most raw home invasion film I've seen in years. The film starts out pretty simplistically with a slow boil pace, with an older couple that is settling down in their home for the evening to eat dinner. In a moments time they hear their door bell ring and what any person would do they answer it. Thugs burst through and demand their son who isn't there, they then duck tape them and wait helplessly bounded. The film is such a nail biter because the viewer for most of the time doesn't know what's going to happen next and when it does it's off screen, but you hear the horror and that is even more disturbing. The film boils over into one harrowing conclusion; it makes you think how far would you go to protect your family? Just like such films as Eden Lake and Funny Games the performances are subtle yet powerful. The actors that play the troubled youths are a real standouts and you get to know a little about them and their flaws, than them just being figures of fear. All of the actors are pretty much unknown, which is a plus because you don't as high of expectations regarding their acting. Everything flowed in a tense, natural, gripping matter that made the viewing experience a mostly effective one. Director and writer, Paul Andrew Williams has already established a pretty promising career so far in this genre, with films like London to Brighton, which I really want to see now, and his other works such as the pretty decent but not great The Cottage and the very solid and chilling, killer kids flick The Children, which he wrote the story for. I'm pretty excited about what he is going to come up with next because every new film seems to be very different and slightly better than the last. He knows how to create suspense, confronting drama and how to meticulously build suspense and terror. He then mixes it together with a dab of dark humor to effecting results. Keep an eye on him! Overall, the film treads on a tired formula and doesn't have as much action, chaos or scares as some other more superior home invasion movies. The ending, though it kept me on the edge of my seat clutching the arms of my chair in anticipation of what's to come, left the viewer out cold of what the next move of the film will be. The conclusion bothered me because you don't really officially know the outcome. That being said Cherry Tree Lane is one of the most provocative British crime/thrillers I've seen in a while even though it's not that original. 6.9 out of 10
Kieran K (ag) wrote: Not hangover fare, you are likely to wonder can it get more depressing. Yes it can, again and again, but stick to it. Memorable and exhausting rather than enjoyable.
Stephanie D (ca) wrote: It has 3 songs and is called a musical on Songpop and is played on the musical channel on XM. Umm, no.
Jamie I (ag) wrote: Disappointing, depressing May-December romantic period piece. P.S. - When did Michelle Pfeiffer turn 100?
Sanchayan S (de) wrote: A creative piece by Peter Jackson , "The Frighteners" is a decent horror comedy , often into the realms of slapstick humor. The film is a cult favorite , but as far as film making is concerned it is far from neat and compact and while technically not a great achievement in terms of cinematography , the special effects and the often hilarious plotline is enough to give us a good cinema time
Martin M (us) wrote: A film that introduced me to the world of drag. One of the best featuring the culture, and the single best thing John Leguizamo ever did.
Danny L (ag) wrote: An Argentinian masterpiece! Love this one more than the second part.
Davide M (kr) wrote: Good strong satire about Italian corrupted police and State: Gian Maria Volont is exquisitely despisable
George P (us) wrote: Good film lots of humor but they made it to long
Darren H (ca) wrote: Ok but the film is short and seems to end before it gets started.