Genuine

Genuine

Genuine (original German title: Genuine, die Tragödie eines seltsamen Hauses; literally: Genuine, the tragedy of a strange house) is a 1920 silent horror film from director by Robert Wiene (the same year he directed Das Cabinet des Dr. Caligari). It was also released as Genuine: A Tale of a Vampire. The film's sets were designed by the Expressionist painter César Klein.

Genuine (original German title: Genuine, die Tragödie eines seltsamen Hauses; literally: Genuine, the tragedy of a strange house) is a 1920 silent horror film from director by Robert Wiene (the same year he directed Das Cabinet des Dr. Caligari). It was also released as Genuine: A Tale of a Vampire. The film's sets were designed by the Expressionist painter César Klein. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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K C (nl) wrote: Really? This may be the biggest pile of shit EVER. Look, If I wanna check porn, I'll go check some porn. This is a hilarious attempt at art porn.......ala Brownbunny which sucked to high heaven. No pun intended. The problem here is that you don't get see anyone who's actually somewhat famous blow someone. Weak and a waste of time. How these "actors" especially the chick, could do this shit is beyond me. Crappy acting, shitty tunes and less than erotic screwing.

Wanda I (ru) wrote: one of my favorite classics!

andrew m (it) wrote: Awesome film from the original animated series very well put together and great soundtrack a must watch for all anime fans

Ryan S (nl) wrote: I...don't really...know what to say...I'm glad I watched it. Yep. Weird.

Robyn (ag) wrote: this movie is about a guy whose wife died and although she died two years ago, Gillian Lewis (Michelle Pfeiffer) is still very much alive for her grieving husband, David (Peter Gallagher who lives with his 16year old daughter on Nantucket island and spends time with his imaginary wife every night on the beach. His life has basically stopped and his concerned sister in law (with husband and blind date for Peter) show up for the Labor Day Weekend. this movie is touching and moving as it deals with the emotions of letting go of the past and those left behind.

Carlos E (mx) wrote: Disturbing, thought provoking, and when it seems that its pointless ,remember that the true based events mixed with Edward James Olmos's perfromance is all that makes American Me examines the trouble that shadows in everyday society. even if it shows a little too much.

Aaron K (ru) wrote: Lacks plot, characters with substance, and logic, but is so creepy and bizarre it doesn't really matter. This is no ordinary haunted house movie. Italian film directors sure make them differently than any American ones. A spooky location, an eerie score, some gruesome deaths, creepy imagery and sequences, and a dreamlike atmosphere all conspire to make one fun and mindbending experience.

Kade C (de) wrote: A simple, darker sequel to Raiders of the Lost Ark, yet still has a similar charm from the previous film, and Harrison Ford being the suave action star he knows to play well. Definitely a weaker film compared to it's predecessor, but is still somewhat enjoyable, even with the over the top side characters and story.

Charlie C (ru) wrote: Kinda' depressing. Just a little. But yeah...great movie. Definitely a classic.

Nolan M (de) wrote: Good talented cast, but a story we have seen too much of.

Logan M (br) wrote: A portrait of midlife crisis, "Synecdoche, New York" is unusually conventional for Charlie Kaufman, but is backed by a sense of cerebral surrealism only he could provide.

Darren B (ag) wrote: A tad drawn out in parts, but otherwise a decent robo-sci-fi action flick with cool FX.