Halloween 4: The Return Of Michael Myers

Halloween 4: The Return Of Michael Myers

The legend of that creepy masked-man, Michael Myers, comes to life once again in this fourth installment of the successful horror franchise. This time, it's Michael's niece, Jamie, who can't seem to escape her crazy uncle. With Michael on the loose, Jamie enlists the help of good old Dr. Loomis to stop the murderer. This time, though, there seems to be no end to Michael's madness.

A decade previous events, the killer Michael Myers learns that his sister Laurie Strode has died in a car accident and that she had a daughter named Jamie who is living with the Carruther family. This time, he's returning to his home town to murder his niece. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Ron C (br) wrote: Saw 2015...love Ewan McGregor and Christopher Plummer.

Kathleen C (ag) wrote: Thin plot line, little character development, overwritten musical score... unbelievable sci-fi story... shall I go on? Glad it only cost a buck to rent!

Abhinav D (jp) wrote: YUK!! really really yuk .. I had NO IDEA that Peters could be 'un'funny!!

Sean C (kr) wrote: While not as good as Ju-On, this still an eerie little movie. I like how we're dealing with the idea of a secret underworld, but the filming seems like a documentary style. People looking for the shock effects that the Japanese horror style is known for might be a little disappointed. It's more atmospheric and tense.

Andy F (ag) wrote: Woops- just emailed RT saying I couldn't find this listed- and here it is. The wrong year and unknown subtitle threw me. Anyway even though this has been done before (The Ring, The Grudge, One Missed Call) and even though it was outdated pretty much on release (who uses camera and film anymore) - this is a very effective horror movie and delivers plenty of scares. An added bonus is that it is from Thailand so the (all too rare) glimpses of another culture are fascinating. Highly recommended for some late night shivers.

Yuri B (ca) wrote: ... this was just a bad ass film... plain & simple.

Doctor S (fr) wrote: Soggy love story of interest only to Dunst diehards. Here she sports some young rugged beauty, enviable long golden hair, and among the worst Canadian accents ever heard. The location of this isolated fishing isle is never specified so, judging from the dialects, for a time I thought it was near Ireland until I began picking out the faces of some familiar Canadian actors. However all the musical cues are distinctly Irish, so who knows? Regardless, Kirsten sounds like she spent some misplaced deep-fried Southern time.Part of the movie takes place in the present where we're supposed to sympathize with a sullen teenage brat (Julia Brendler); part of my brain was whispering "Jump!!" after she climbed in despair to the top of a lighthouse. She meets a crusty old unpublished author (Lynn Redgrave) who recounts her latest work, and that's the story that sluggishly plays out during most of the film. Writer/director Sheri Elwood touches upon a curse that plagues this fishing community every 50 years and hints at a dark secret to lift the curse, but nothing ever comes of the foreshadowing. Much of the rest of the script is similarly underwritten with only a couple characters gaining any foothold, but at least the vital ingredient of the budding romance between Dunst and naval captain's son Trent Ford works.

Aaron V (gb) wrote: Pretty funny and mercifully short.

Ian W (ag) wrote: I am not sure why I never saw this until now. It has elements that any office worker can easily identify with. A great cast with believable characters kind of makes this the Ferris Bueller of office movies.

jay n (gb) wrote: Absurdly entertaining junk with Zsa Zsa the resident Venusian scientist by way of Hungary. She's gorgeous as are the rest of the ladies, although Zsa Zsa has that extra something, but the film is wildly sexist and at times unintentionally laugh out loud funny.

Grant S (gb) wrote: Through a series of fortunate, and unfortunate, events, an unsophisticated local hero, Jefferson Smith, is appointed a US Senator. The people pulling the strings in his party and State figure that he will be compliant and malleable and basically stay out of the way of their plans, some of which aren't entirely ethical, or legal. However, a well-intentioned deed sets off a dramatic chain of events, a series of events that will see him at odds with his colleagues, with the shadowy, bullying powerbrokers and with the entire Senate.Brilliant movie from Frank Capra. While Capra also gave us such great movies as It's A Wonderful Life, Meet John Doe and It Happened One Night, this is his greatest work. A superb indictment of politics and how democracy has been undermined and corrupted, told with the trademark Capra brand of wholesomeness and practical idealism. Considering how politics has even further degenerated since 1939, even more relevant today than when it was released in 1939.Clever, engaging plot that doesn't waiver for a second. Not an ounce of deadwood in the movie - every scene is perfect and important. Some great twists and turns and some great tension towards the end as Smith struggles to preserve his name and ideals. Wonderful themes and morals too, as you would expect from Frank Capra.Add in some excellent performances, especially from James Stewart in the lead role and Jean Arthur as Ms Saunders. Both received Oscar nominations, as did Harry Carey for playing the President of the Senate.In all, Mr Smith Goes To Washington was nominated for 11 Oscars, including Best Picture, but won only one, for best original screenplay. Unfortunately for it, the 1940 Oscars belonged to a juggernaught known as Gone With The Wind...

Ian R (ag) wrote: This movie is awesome, it's got lots of style, weirdness, and a killer pig!