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James H (au) wrote: 38/100. Silly teen sex comedy, one thing unusual about it is the younger actors give better performances from the more seasoned performers. Very silly, with a very poor script and mindless direction. There are a couple of laughs, but most of the gags are just not very funny. Crude cinematography.
Bryan D (fr) wrote: The problem with 31 is that Rob Zombie can do better. Much better. This seems like a film that is beneath him. I know what he was going for, a good old grindhouse gore fest but it just felt like the whole thing was on autopilot. Actor Richard Brake as "Doom-Head" is the only one seeming to inject any real life into his character. Sheri Moon Zombie is the same as she is in every single film she's ever been in and it was never that great of a performance to begin with.
Stuart K (au) wrote: Written by Ronald Shusett (Alien (1979) and Total Recall (1990)), and based upon Immortality, Inc. written in 1959 by Robert Sheckley and directed by Geoff Murphy (Young Guns II (1990) and Under Siege 2: Dark Territory (1995)), this is a sci-fi film which has a brilliant concept which is wasted by miscasting, a clunky script that bore no resemblance to the source material and clunky special effects, even for it's day. Race-car driver Alex Furlong (Emilio Estevez) is seemingly killed in a spectacular crash in 1991, but just moments before his death, his body was zapped into the year 2009 by a group of 'Bonejackers', who lift bodies from the past so people in the future close to death, can live longer in new bodies. But Alex comes around, and escapes the Bonejackers, led by Victor Vacendak (Mick Jagger). Alex is struggling to understand what's happened, and goes in search of his fiancee Julie Redlund (Rene Russo) and agent Brad (David Johansen) who seemingly saw him die. But, Vacendak is in pursuit, under orders from tycoon Ian McCandless (Anthony Hopkins). It's a brilliant concept, maybe the closest thing to a Looper the 90's had, but it comes out all wrong, you don't know what accent Jagger is doing, and Hopkins is hamming it up to 11, and the special effects seem to have come from a computer screensaver.
Javis C (au) wrote: It is painful to watch this movie, in fact it is Chaplin's most painful movie to watch, but the movie is at the same time fun.
Orlok W (it) wrote: Atmospheric sci-fi on a shoestring has enormous heart--It Ain't No Highland Bluff.. Classic among Big-Headed Monsters!!
Randy T (es) wrote: Strange minor noir with a border town flair. Montgomery terrific as the tightly wound stranger in town on a mission of revenge.
Ahmed M (ca) wrote: Dawn Of The Planet Of The Apes proves that storytelling is everything. Without a good story, this movie would have only been worth watching for the visuals. But luckily the amazing visual effects and the great story both work together to make a great movie.
Alexander C (jp) wrote: Would like to get round to watching.