Four of the Apocalypse
Four petty criminals, three men and a woman, wander through the trackless terrain of the Wild West Utah and are hounded by a sadistic bandit.
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Jordan R (nl) wrote: A wet fart of a movie. The trailers made me expect an exciting and stylish movie, but what I saw was dull, slow, and unoriginal. One of its biggest flaws was that it tried to tell too large a story than its writers were capable of telling in a roughly two hour film. As a result it feels rushed and many of the the films story arcs felt incomplete and underdeveloped. It might have been better if its story had been more focused.
Trevor B (kr) wrote: Simply the most wonderful film I have ever seen. It bypasses the horror stage and goes straight into spoof. It made me laugh from start to finish. Well worth a watch, especially on a Friday night after a few sherberts. Would I watch this film again, definitely, really, its one for the collection.
Kevin C (mx) wrote: Great movie. Good dramatic scenes...I always wonder what happens at these types of camps and this showed me my imagination wasn't close...and this is based on true stories, this is crazy that our Gov doesn't do anything about this. PJ Boudousque is the next upcoming actor...he did an amazing job in this movie.
Marilyn A Hernnde A (it) wrote: Cosas que pueden pasar en la vida real...
Cj B (ca) wrote: TERIFIC, COMPLETELY LOOKED OVER , AND NOW YOU CANT BUY THE DVD, OR SOUND TRACK NEW... I WOULD NEVER EXPECTED IT TO BE SO GOOD!
Greg P (fr) wrote: This was high times for movies. The 89 and 90 movies were among the best of all time and Dead Poets Society sits second to none of them. Robin Williams delivered his greatest performance and molded the film to near perfection. At the time of filming Williams was going through a painful divorce. Possibly this was just one of the factors that made his performance so endearing and believable. So many films have been made of the "high school" years yet Dead Poets Society is the diamond in the rough. We'll say Fast Times at Ridgemont High is the emerald or dirty diamond. Anyway, the film is loaded with talented actors and backed by a story that will never leave your mind. Each character has their own soul and together they form a story equal to Shawshank Redemption. A movie I feel is the greatest screenplay of all time (sorry Chinatown). Thiss film made me quit football my senior year and try acting in plays, just to see if I could. I would recommend this film to all and any. Films may rate highest at a five but Dead Poets Society is a perfect 5. Good watching!
James H (it) wrote: Annie Hall is a touching classic that, below its cynical outlook on life, manages to be charming and insightful. Woody Allen acts and directs well and Diane Keaton is brilliant. It's also cool to see some early work from Christopher Walken. The screenplay was very good and funny when it needed to be. I admire Allen for not taking this down the typical route for romantic comedies.
Justin W (it) wrote: it's nothing special, but it's got its moments. the first two deaths are pretty spectacular...but after that, the movie kinda fails to continue on with the trend it had set with them. it's not absolutely terrible, but there are better cheesy films out there.
James C (kr) wrote: Horror maestro Fulci does a spaghetti Western, and what do you know - it's soaked with blood. A strange dream of a film, this has 4 survivors of a vigilante fascist "cleansing" of a town crossing the desert as they make their way to freedom in some racy destination. Cue a number of random and (mostly) violent encounters, including a rape, a massacre of pilgrims, hallucinations on peyote and cannibalism. Strangest of all is the rather sentimental and rather long sequence in which a whore gives birth to a baby in a town full of male prospectors, who weep at new life coming into the world. There's great performances from Millian as the worst of bandits, Pollard as a soak and, surprisingly, Frederick as the whore. One of the more unusual films of the genre.
Rosalind W (br) wrote: On Netflix nice movie action & gore!
Aaron D (ag) wrote: The theatrical cut was amazing, the unrated version just as great. The parts that stand out: the fantastic short "Blindsighted" brought to life and an additional scene after the theatricals ending. I wouldn't go as far as to say it was an alternate ending, just a fantastic scene that should've made the final theatrical version. Without giving away spoilers, this scene definitely ends on a cliffhanger, setting up another sequel perfectly.
Charlotte N (ca) wrote: Great performances but ultimately disappointing. A few engaging moments but not enough to carry me to the end. Gave up at half way.
Phenyeia O (it) wrote: Outstanding movie John Wayne is my family favorite actor