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The war for the Holy Grail is on. Master/Servant team pairs made up of Magi and the summoned spirits of legendary warriors do battle to the death in their quest for the right to claim the ...
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john o (de) wrote: Weird film. Disappointing too. Good twist at the end but that's all I can say about it really. The movie felt more like mean girls than a horror and I thought the directing was pretty poor to be honest. Acting was okay and I guess any male would enjoy it because you're sitting there hoping for some lesbian action. Not really worth watching except to see a bunch of hotties in a 20 second shower scene. I feel like it was a good idea but the execution was bad, like someone else should have written it.
Vincent L (us) wrote: A twisted series of events take place in this movie. I can't say I really believe that these characters could exist given their nonchalance. Either way, its fun to see this story unfold.
Etienne W (jp) wrote: Terrible acting but quite funny some parts. Interesting representation of gay chinese boys in London..
Lukas Z (it) wrote: A light comedy with a silly story and fun characters.
Sylvester K (mx) wrote: I think the movie overall has a superb script (not the plot however) but the acting was so terrifying. Can't say there're any new elements in the film of this genre but it provided a good soundtrack and an important message.
Guillaume H (mx) wrote: I would have loved this movie SO much had Jean-Pierre Jeunet refrained from sullying it with stupid humour. This is not friggin Amelie Poulin, this is Alien; a quirky cartoonish bad guy is NOT a good idea. I understand they wanted to inject the series with his style of surreal and steely dreaminess but they should have done it with seriousness. Ever quip is just very awkwark. This said, its a solid entry, with good themes, great visuals, and there Winona wich is a big plus. Its main flaw is how the story around the story is inexistant, we dont know how the world works at that point, wich would have been relevant to understand the dynamic and make the ending work. Still i liked it but please, no more jokes in this series.
Brian F (us) wrote: My good friend Steve's movie, if you have not seen it, a must rent!!
Bill B (au) wrote: Watched this one on a double bill with Up From The Depths, which kind of by default makes this the superior film, but it was honestly a bit of fun for me in that it felt like a Scooby-Doo episode with people wandering around a tropical island looking for a mythic creature killing folks in gruesome ways.It has some amusing moments, give it a rental.
Eben B (jp) wrote: This film is a true masterpiece. Unfortunately, the film falls apart at times. It's certainly chilling and definately un-nerving. The DVD cover misleads you a bit. COME ON, just admit it; It's a cult, low-budget horror film.
Jason M (ru) wrote: fairly standard samurai film. wouldn't be worth the watch if not for mifune.
James O (kr) wrote: Surprisingly pacy and fun version of the Dracula story. Acting is a mixture of the stiff classic style of the era and some woeful melodrama which brings a touch of humour to the proceedings. Really enjoyed.
Philip N (us) wrote: An interesting film, especially due to the fact that it explored the plight of the prejudiced homosexual in the early 20th century. Of course these films were eventually banned, so it's great that at least most of the footage was saved for historical reasons. Not the best film or anything, but a great watch for...like I said...historical reasons.
Reed V (ag) wrote: Indecisive, noncommittal direction creates two movies in one, resulting in nothing more than a bombastic shoot-em-up that will undoubtably suffice some.
Chris D (au) wrote: No matter the time period, close friendship's such as this occur within a brief window in life and director Barry Levinson was fortunate enough to put his own memories onto screen...on another note, Paul Reiser is just as annoying in 1982 as he is now.