Flesh Wounds: Seven Stories of the Saw
A multi-storied look into the making of and long-lasting success of THE TEXAS CHAINSAW MASSACRE.
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Claire T (fr) wrote: I thought this film was crap and I will not want to watch it again, I didn't like this film I thought it was crap and I expected better, it starred Barbara Hershey, Ron Silver and George Coe, I don't want it on DVD
Carol M (kr) wrote: The flimsy script and absent plot may have been kept alive if the characters weren't so dull and boring.
Ali H (ag) wrote: want to see BADLY !!!
Emerald W (jp) wrote: This movie is so good I cry at the end every time. I love this movie.
Chris E (ag) wrote: Melanie Laurent is so amazing as Sabine...Jaime doesnt know what hes talking about
Bradisboss r (it) wrote: This a classic in animated films for kids. This is the type of movie your kid would like to see in a daily cartoon.
Liew J (gb) wrote: jz average....another typical HK gangster film.... Nothing special
Darren M (ca) wrote: A hidden gem, lots of fun.
Sean P (ca) wrote: A very deep, touching, and funny film with a great script. Plus the actors are brilliant and their performances are even better. One of my favorite Jolie performance to date. I mean look at the cast too: Sean Connery, Ryan Phillipe, Gillian Anderson, Dennis Quaid, and the list goes on. It's probably one of the most overlooked and underrated films ever produced.
Jonathan B (ca) wrote: Just an absolute gem of a movie. It's a crime O'Toole didn't get an Oscar for this film (or any of the other six times he was nominated). The is a series of scenes in the middle of the film where O'Toole goes on a drunken adventure with his Sancho Panza that is one of the funniest episodes in film. I challenge you to watch this movie and not like it or not simply fall in love with O'Toole. Some have argued this film is semi-autobiographical. What I would really like to see is the true autobiography of Peter O'Toole.
Art B (kr) wrote: Beautiful scenery. A lonely quest. Hermann Hesse's novel brought to cinema. There was one scene where the main characters were traveling in a band of singing wanderers, and the music was joyful sounding. The rest aside, that was worth watching the whole movie for.
Matthew H (kr) wrote: Trying to get back into her "Everybody Loves Raymond" days, Doris Roberts comes to the big screen again to play the same kind of nagging character, but her poise can't save this movie. The plot is weak and muddled, with bad acting from everyone except Roberts, and scenes that just go from shot to shot with no style or creativity.
jackie h (kr) wrote: Considering the majority of Nicholas' roles have been small, I assume this isn't any different...although, he's more than likely wearing a suit... ;)
Wayne K (mx) wrote: Never one to take the easy approach, Werner Herzog brings his usual brand of intensity and untamed lunacy to Rescue Dawn, a tale of Vietnam era imprisonment. I'm a big fan of movies based on this conflict, such as The Deer Hunter, Platoon, Apocalypse Now etc., and while Rescue Dawn might not rank among these in terms of quality and lasting appeal, it's still a great watch. The principle cast of Christian Bale, Steve Zahn and Jeremy Davies transform both physically and mentally before our very eyes, worn away by starvation, fatigue and despair. It has long sequences of the actors speaking in frustratingly muted tones, which makes little sense since they often do so around guards who clearly don't speak English, and most of the time aren't anywhere near them anyway. The first half of the film is by far the best, with our heroes fighting against what seems like their inevitable fate. The second half doesn't come close in terms of emotional impact, as it turns into more of a routine Hollywood escape film, with scenes and scenarios that, even if they did really occur, seem a little to contrived to be true. It thankfully doesn't sink the movie however, which is powerful, frank and visually stunning. Watch it if you ever get the chance.