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Paul A (au) wrote: It was a good movie, all the eye witnesses were believable, but why would the FBI not delve further into the investigation if they believed it was shot down by a missile.. Its controversial what happened but the fact it listed all those people who declined to be interviewed for the movie seemed suspicious. Its a good movie if your interested in what may of happened.
Kevin R (ru) wrote: I felt like it wasn't my body.A long married couple takes their children to the hills of Tijuana exploring the Mexican landscape. As the children wander the countryside, the parents get busy in the car hoping to spark their relationship. They fall asleep and their children appear lost forever. When they finally reunite with their children, something is different."We thought it must have been a delusion."Adrian Garcia Bogliano, director of 36 Steps, The Accursed, Late Phases, Cold Sweat, I'll Never Die Alone, Rooms for Tourists, and Watch'em Die, delivers Here Comes the Devil. The storyline for this picture had potential, and could have been more intense, but wasn't consistent throughout. The acting is solid and the cast includes Laura Caro, Fracisco Barriero, and Alan Martinez."It was considered a cursed place."I recently came across this on Netflix and decided to add it to my queue. This had some intense and worthwhile scenes, but didn't come together as wise as I hoped. This is worth seeing for fans of the horror genre, but doesn't live up to its potential."Are you ashamed?"Grade: C
Nikki J (gb) wrote: shitty bad and crabby
Mandy D (ca) wrote: I only watched it because alan and emma were in this movie. it was okay. I like Alan's english accent better than his american accent!!
Gustavo R (fr) wrote: At what cost have we gain knoledge of our anatomy?
Bernadette V (it) wrote: hahaha! first scene sets the pace.. and what's the deal with koreans and knives man?? use fucking guns!!
Robert R (it) wrote: Kurt Russell capstones his lifelong relationship with Walt Disney Pictures in what might be a film containing his all-time greatest performance. "Miracle" is a winsome testament to the inspirational power that sports maintains over the human spirit.
Frances H (fr) wrote: Could and should have been much better.
KylieElvis S (ca) wrote: SO FUCKING FUNNY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! one of the stupidest budget horror movies ever...brilliant, I love the fanged one...
Stephen C (gb) wrote: There are those who would say Richard Burton was a great actor who squandered his talents on drink and made some terrible movies.While its hard to deny he did make some dogs, on occasion and with the right director he was still an outstanding actor who could command the screen .Here working with master director Sidney Lumet he puts in a fantastic performance as Dr Martin Dysart who is called upon to investigate the case of Alan Strang a young boy accused of blinding six horses in a local stable.At first Strang is unresponsive to Dysarts prying calling him a nosey parker and playing mind games with him.But then he begins to respond as Dysart uncovers his past and his strong response to horses in general.Lumet is a master wheni t comes to directing actors and here is no exception as Peter Firth excels as the manic Strang and Colin Blakeley and Joan Plowright are outstanding as the boys parents who are in turn repelled and intrigued by their sons brutal act.The film gives the actors room to breathe and Burtons direct statements to camera are outstanding and profoundly moving at the same time.One word of warning for animal lovers,we do get to see the blinding of the horses and its one of the most terryfying moments in the film for its raw stark brutality.
Matthew H (ru) wrote: Not that far back from last one but running out of ideas keep ice age going