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Eric H (fr) wrote: "Man from Deep River" is about as shocking in its purpose as anything contained within its gore scenes. Directed by Italy's go-to-guy for cannibal sleaze, Umberto Lenzi ("Make Them Die Slowly") weaves in his share of exploitative and downright offensive elements (he can't get enough of *live* animals fighting/being cut apart) to tell the tale of an American photographer (Ivan Rassimov, sporting a bad blonde dye job) who stabs a surly bar patron while drunk, and flees up a river in the Philappines only to run afoul of a cannibal tribe. Now, while Lenzi's subsequent efforts have celebrated the 'gore-to-profits' equation to success, "Deep River" has a surprisingly human story at its core--upon first glance, Rassimov is a prisoner seeking escape; but he eventually assimilates to the tribal culture and even weds one of the ladies (Me Me Lai). In a bit of ironic turnabout, our Ugly American gets in touch with his inner human, and his journey there is told with a pulse more dramatic than horrific, which blind-sided me. While this might not be to all tastes, Lenzi's commitment to the material truly sucked me in and made me care. Those seeking an alternative to "Cannibal Holocaust" should be pleased with "The Man from Deep River."
Philip S (mx) wrote: A decent enough tv film/docudrama about the genesis of the Doctor Who series. It has a bit of a quirky feel to it, much like the series itself. Obviously, fans of the show will appreciate the film and its references far more than anyone tuning in to find out what all the fuss is about.
Chris H (ag) wrote: possibly the lowest budgeted super hero movie ever, and when I say lowest budget, I say lowest budget while making it work. You maybe able to notice a lot of the seams and limitations of this hybrid action/thrillers. However this is an extremely ambitious film, and a must watch for any aspiring filmmaker... Jtro is god.
Matthew H (ca) wrote: King of the pulpy, shoot-em-up action sub-genre, the series second installment has more jokes, more action, and the actors seem to be having a more of a blast than in the first one.
Mary N (nl) wrote: Some elegantly choreographed fight scenes; however, the story lines got pretty cheesy (even for a cheeseball like me!) and sometimes too violent.
Ashley C (au) wrote: Great potential, bogged down by impatient direction and the silly stalker subplot. The rest of the movie is super-cute, though!
Kyle N (ru) wrote: A decent filmm with great acting Welll Except for Toni Collette...she really disappointed me on this one. I mean....c'mon. Really? It looked as if she didn't really even try to be convincing. However the story is great, the cinematography is good and again great acting and a great story. Can't wait to see the play.
Brett S (es) wrote: A great mystery movie that has the boys helping a boxer who was framed for murder find the real killer. Plenty of laughs, but I also was very interested in the plot. One of their best movies in my opinion.
Cristiano C (nl) wrote: Artsy way of making movie, can't say much about the plot but overall really good.