Herbie Rides Again
The living Volkswagen Beetle helps a old lady protect her home from a corrupt developer.
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Robert H (fr) wrote: Very intense and emotional. Not for the casual movie fan.
Joey M (au) wrote: I was very surprised and impressed by "The Fields". First off, let's get this cleared... if you are looking to see a horror movie, with blood and gore - this is not the movie you are looking for. However, if you are looking for a smart, fast paced suspense thriller with some spine tingling scenes and great acting, that is BASED ON A TRUE STORY - than look no further. The film begins with a young boy named Steven, played by Joshua Ormond. It's quite obvious from the very beginning that his family is falling apart. As he lies in his bed to the sounds of his parents screaming downstairs, it's clear from his facial expressions - he's heard it all before. Joshua was quite good at his portrayal as "Steven" - you can tell that this is one intelligent young boy. And I wish nothing but the best for him and his career. I know a lot of people are wondering and/or are sketchy about Tara Reid's return to acting - but have no fear, the people behind this movie know exactly what kind of talent she has and wanted to prove to everyone that she still has it in her and she does. Going for a new look with her brunette hair and her first time portraying a mother - some, like me, may even forget that this is Tara Reid. She played her part to a tee and did a fantastic job. Because of the family falling apart, Bonnie (Reid) thinks it's best that Steven stays with his grandparents Gladys and Hiney. Gladys is played by the phenomenal Cloris Leachman, while Hiney is played by the impressive Bev Appleton. Bev and Cloris' together are just a hoot. Cloris is by far my favourite part of the film - Every time she opens her mouth, you can guarantee a chuckle. She has some of the best lines in the film. Don't get me wrong, when the film tries to be funny, it succeeds and when it wants there to be tension, it also succeeds. Because the film takes place in the 70's we get a little history of Charles Manson which adds to the eeriness of the film to begin with. As said earlier, the film is very fast paced which I liked, because it never dragged on or left me bored. There were tons of creepy characters in the film - and one scene in particular left shivers running down my spine. It's one of those scenes that stick with you for a long long time (kind of like something out of Paranormal Activity) - but I'll let you watch and see for yourself. In the end, The Fields is a unique thriller which will pleasantly surprise most of it's audience. In a time where all that seems to be released are 3D remakes or sequels, The Fields is a much needed breath of fresh air that needs to be released to the general public immediately. From the beautiful yet creepy settings, to the acting from veterans and newcomers. The Fields will not disappoint and will leave you wanting just a little more, in the best way possible. Keep reminding yourself that it is based on a true story, and I dare you to step foot into a cornfield after the film.
Steff A (br) wrote: A very impressive movie indeed! This movie tells the story of the making of "The Procession to Calvary" by Pieter Bruguel and the story inside the painting, by that I mean the events before the moment depicted in the painting and those after it. The movie is directed almost perfectly with a slow mesmerising pace that boost the awe and the epic feeling of the whole work. The camera angles are impressive. Every single shot is well thought and the blocking of the actors is simply unbelievable. Also the movie is filled with great special effects that make the painting look like reality and the reality look like a painting. The story touches many themes like the common man of the age, war, oppression and religion, all through the everlasting kaleidoscope of art. The cast is well chosen with Charlotte Rampling standing out as Mary the mother of Jesus (who would have thought!) and with Rutger Hauer applying the fundamental rule of acting: find it, express it, suppress it. You 'll really forget he was ever the hobo with the shotgun! All in all this is a masterpiece for the ages, comperable only to the original painting, that delivers like a documentary only much better.
Eugene G (ru) wrote: if not the best movie of 2007, its definitely up there. Don Cheadle proves how great an actor he can be ranging from laugh out loud racial honesty to deep depressing hallmark moments. loved it, a definite must see
Shawn R (it) wrote: One of the most artistic movies I have ever seen. Freaking enthralling.
Kevin M W (it) wrote: More cheese and yet somehow less filling. Still a good C grade action adventure yarn.
camila a (jp) wrote: HAHAHAHA that was the first trash horror movie I saw. I laughed so much, SO much. Hilarious
Naomi B (kr) wrote: Lots of fun and a very sweet movie.
Wayne Z (ru) wrote: This film says goodbye to the original 'Saved By The Bell' gang . It has a 'proper' film look to it, unlike the previous SBTB movie, 'Hawaiian Style', which was more like a TV movie. The scene where the guys take their last, nostalgic look at Bayside is a real tear jerker! (Not really!) I can't actually remember much about the film, just wanted to get SBTB on my list because i'm a fan of the TV show (aswell as for purposes of diversity).
Demetrios M (au) wrote: A great film with great performances with an excellent soundtrack
William S (it) wrote: Campy, very hokey, cliche-ridden and soooo much fun as it'stotally aware of it's limitations and sends itself up wonderfuly. It's also a perfect example of it's type.The cast is the best it can be (outside of a Rathbone/Flynn pairing). Laird Cregar, looking even more enormous than usual in a series of outrageous costumes and massive wigs, smacks his chops marvelously as does a completely unrecognisable George Sanders in a ginger wig and beard. And the chemistry between Power and O'Hara is refreshingly sparky as they take it in turns to smack each other about - until (inevitably!) falling for each other's charms. Great stuff!Power is easily the equal of Flynnn when it comes to buckling his swash and, to be perfectly frank, neither are much to get excited about when it comes to screen acting but Power has the edge for me in the shirtless stakes - especially stretched out on the rack!
Tim W (gb) wrote: I hate Adam Sandler.
Caitlin L (kr) wrote: Really enjoyed it. Loved all the characters and who got cast to play them.