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Dave J (br) wrote: Modra is the name of a village where 17 year old Lina parents used to come from and has made plans to visit relatives, except that her boyfriend has just broke up with her with Leco becoming his substitute to go in his place in return.
Daniel T (ca) wrote: Jews are a mighty nation. So mighty, as a matter of fact, that one can even find a handful of antisemites just amongst it.
Alex W (nl) wrote: As motivational as it is, the story of one hurricane Katrina victim doesn't spread far enough to convey any real message. Its interesting but that is about it. The last half an hour is filled with her rap career in order to create a feature length film. I loved the footage from inside the house as the hurricane swept across and also the stories that were told. We just never care deep enough for the main character to ever become fully invested in her and her life.
Kaitie D (es) wrote: A very disturbing, complex, and well-acted movie. Jeremy Renner did a fantastic job as Dahmer and really showed him as a person that the audience could identify with and feel sorry for, while still being shocked and horrified by his actions. The result isn't a thrilling ride, but instead more of a psychological profile that, if a little slow, was very interesting and well done.
Jack R (it) wrote: So cheesy! The acting was offensive; both because it was bad, and because of certain straight guys stereotyping gay people. i feel like Seth Green heard he was playing a gay character and just put together the first flamoyant, ignorant and gay characteristics that came to his head without even studying who he was portraying. If he did study his character before, then thats even sadder! what are you portraying... a glittery nymph elf frolicking in the forrest? Because thats what you sound and look like. And what is with those accents? Neither James St. James nor Michael Alig talk like that. just because they're gay they have weird English/posh accents? He's from Indiana!I wonder if he knew that when they told him he was portraying someone gay, they meant the homosexual kind of gay... NOT the derogatory "gay" term used to describe annoying POS douchebags and things people don't like. Watch the "shockumentary" instead. At least it's genuine and interesting. Or if you have to watch this, dont go into it thinking about how its based on a true story. You'll be disappointed. Think of it on the same level of amusement and as realistic as peewee's playhouse.
Allan C (fr) wrote: This film is a mixed bag for me. Conventional wisdom is this film is garbage, though among horror film aficionados, which I consider myself, there is a significant cult following for this 1989 film adaptation of the Stephen King novel. The story of a secret burial ground where the dead can be brought back to life is a deceptively simple one, but King makes the story much more complicated when loved ones don't come back the same when their family members still love them the same and don't want to let go. Of all of King's horror and fantasy stories, this is the one that seemed best suited for a film adaptation in that it didn't have a huge scope, it wouldn't require wild special effects, and it's a story with themes that would be universally applicable to a wide audience. My main problem with the film is that the characters are not well developed and the film tends to dip into cliched slasher film tropes much too easily and much too often. Despite the film's many flaws, there are some parts of this film that have always stuck with me. Some of those moments are lowbrow slasher/horror film moments, like the slicing of an Achilles tendon, the ghost guide with a bloody head injury or the sister with over-the-top spinal meningitis. All memorable, but not great filmmaking. However, there are some parts that are done very well and do deserve authentic credit for being well done, most notably the (SPOILER ALERT) heartbreaking moment when the father makes the decision to kill his re-animated son who came back bad. That singular moment is what the film should have been focused on building up to, both in terms of story and theme. A film focused on love, mourning and emotion would have been a much more powerful of film than one filled with pointless gore and bloody prosthetics. In any case, there's a fine score by one of my favorite modern film composers, Elliot Goldenthal. This film also features a very catchy theme song by The Ramones. Overall, this film is a pretty big disappointment and could have easily have been among the best King adaptation ("Misery" "The Shawshank Redemption" "Stand by Me" "The Shining" "Carrie"), but it's nowhere close. However, it's also far from the worst King adaptation, for which there are unfortunately many (most of them from the 80s and 90s. "The Lawnmower Man," anyone?). Worth watching, but hardly a classic.
Kenneth B (br) wrote: The problem with True Confessions is that it is just so dull and unengaging. The great shame of it is that De Niro and Duvall are barely required to get out of their comfort zone. The result is flat and unremarkable.
Sean C (de) wrote: The biggest flop in film history lives up to its shitty reputation. Olivier has never been this awful. I'm not surprised Reagan liked this crap. It feels more like a made for TV "epic."
Peter W (us) wrote: I don't know what it is but I really dig this film.
Mago B (de) wrote: Una pelcula de accin tan mala, que tuvo que ser pintada como una terror para intentar hacer algo de dinero en taquilla. Bazofia en su estado ms puro.
Jeshelle V (ca) wrote: Boring and kind of dark at times.
Roger W (de) wrote: An analog film, in a digital world. Filmed in 16 mm and feels every bit a part of the period it is recreating, Carol features some of the finest work I've seen in a long time. While not a film for everyone, I was caught up in it's deliberate pacing, characters and story.