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Shawn M (mx) wrote: to put it mildly I would rather gouge eyes out with a dull rusty nail then sit through this movie ever again.
Graham B (gb) wrote: An above average affair telling the story of 3 high school kids as they make an effort to shake things up in their lives in their final semester of school. Alexa is an overachieving good girl. Ben, Alexa's best friend, is an awkward socially inept theatre geek. Johnny is a rich kid who has everything he wants apart from happiness. They form a strange pseudo friendship with benefits and shit inevitable goes awry.The cast are hit and miss with a perfunctory script. It has its moments, but it all seems a bit copy and pasted from other better teen films. It's all a bit too sombre and could really do with a shade of lightness. The ending seems very confused and rushed. Like they didn't really have a clue as to where it all was going.My So-Called Life-lite.
Al M (au) wrote: A really lame horror film, Scourge concerns a demonic entity that transfers itself from one person to another via the navel. Unfortunately, the film's cover artwork is about as interesting as it gets.....
Paul D (ag) wrote: Not the most interesting of people relationship stories, and it doesn't make the best use of scenic Tuscany, however the dialogue is neat and feels very genuine.
Christina R (es) wrote: If you like Dylan, you'll like the movie. Mysterious like Dylan, with a meaningful plot. LOVED IT!
Evan K (fr) wrote: I'm actually very happy to find this film, now I have a title that epitomizes trashy 80s horror wanna be films. But hey, that guy from Bucket of Blood is in it, so I can't hate it.
Scott M (nl) wrote: For those familiar with John Hughes' canon of teen movies, the plot of Some Kind of Wonderful is similar to Pretty in Pink. What stands out here, are the relate able characters.
Bill T (fr) wrote: Boring.. fell asleep.. TWICE!
Tony P (gb) wrote: In a nutshell, it's "An American Werewolf in the Philippines" meets Faust. Make no mistake, this is drive-in trash, but it is trash with a surprising amount of lyricism and pathos. Though the titular beast looks like a botched Halloween getup, "Yellow Night" is the best of Eddie Romero's "man-monster" pics (I confess to not having seen "Twilight People" yet, but rest assured, it's on my film bucket list).
Wayne K (es) wrote: Easily one of the most visually impressive movies of the last 10 years, and with one of the biggest hearts, Hugo sees Martin Scorsese turning away from his usual stomping ground of guns and gangsters and go family friends, to mostly excellent results. The story has all the charm and whimsy of your average Spielberg picture, with an affable child lead who has big dreams in a small world, and lives out his own mini-adventure, inevitably absorbing and affecting all those who come into contact with him. The movie, much like Napoleon Dynamite, is effortlessly sweet, which never becomes too sentimental or depressing, and the ending ties everything up nicely. Throughout the film, Scorsese demonstrates his obvious adoration for movies of old, and the movie is essentially a love letter to cinema. It's principle drawbacks are its pacing and runtime. At 2 hours long it unfortunately overstays its welcome, and moves so leisurely at times that many will lose patience with it. For the most part I really liked it, and Mr Scorsese clearly has a lot of things to say. It's just a shame that he takes far too long to say them.