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Kerby H (fr) wrote: This was fantastic. Incredibly smart, perfectly directed, and fantastic acting.
samuel j (ag) wrote: Reminiscent of great Sci-fi/horrors from the past, Storage 24 is mean and unrelenting. It can totally captivate anyone.
Marischa B (ag) wrote: I kinda liked this in a weird way...The story got my attention, about a girl needing a mother figure in her life and a woman who needs to love a child...The only thing about the story is people don't see whats right in front of them..they take it for granted..that disappointing to me..but this film got me going til the end, not many films can do that..but there was stuff in this film that were lacking though.REALITY......B-
JEREMIAH M (br) wrote: Always enjoy watching this one
MelCandy (au) wrote: It's a good movie to watch when there's nothing else to do. Nothing special, though. And the end sucked so bad. But the guys were cute.
Richard L (jp) wrote: Silly, but with Ethan Embry and a robot. And Ethan saves the day (maybe) and gets the girl. So basically the perfect movie.
Hli L (fr) wrote: Aaron Sorkin clearly owes a lot to Paddy Chayefsky. Possibly Sidney Lumet's best work, this masterpiece is reportedly Paul Thomas Anderson's favourite film. It aged like really fine wine and as far as commentary on the media and entertainment goes, it's still hard to find another film that nails it so madly as hell. Absolutely loved that it was initially snubbed by a bunch of A-lister actors in Hollywood who then had to watch the film win three of the four possible acting awards at the Oscars, something that hasn't happened again since.
Evan G (ca) wrote: Spaghetti western fans will enjoy it, Tarantino certainly did, but a notch below the greater ones.
G R (es) wrote: A gem. It is short, and to the point, and I suppose that hurts the movie a little bit, but it is worth finding.
David S (fr) wrote: Beautiful, subtle horror from first time director Bill Paxton. The story of a father who believes God has chosen him to kill demons, and his unlucky children, who "help" him. Set in 1979, and in the present where the youngest child Adam, seems to be on a killing spree of his own...this is intelligent independent film making at its best, the cast is first rate, the story darkly beautiful. When you're looking for something to watch this Halloween, give Freddy or Michael Myers a night off and enjoy this terrific film.
Colin S (au) wrote: Not the regular kind of Bond, but certainly a welcome diversion, and well-suited to Dalton's emotionally-charged take on the character. More of a regular action film in the vein of most 80s/90s productions, and this is possibly the goriest of the whole series to boot. Lowell has spunk and it's possibly here that the tenor of femmes fatales in the series changed for the better. Davi earns more stripes for his excellently-portrayed movie villains, and a young Del Toro for the same as well in one of his firsts. It's not without its cracks showing though - it's mostly blind luck that gets Bond through the plot yet again, and also, that's clearly pasta, not maggots.