A detective tries to get back a child who has been kidnapped by gangsters.
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Mikael K (au) wrote: A mute stranger appears on a small train station managed by Alois, an introverted man who is run past by time. So begins a beautiful, deeply melancholic but somewhat tedious animation "Alois Nebel," a film with heavy themes of war and the pain of survival.Director Toms Lunk offers somber tones and quiet moments that convey the emptiness the characters feel keenly. On the other hand the narrative isn't all that dynamic. This is beautiful stuff, but as its strength lies in emotion more than in analysis, one might have expected the presentation to be a bit more potent.
David B (ru) wrote: candy is another working class heroin addiction movie similar to the likes of requiem for a dream, trainspotting, basketball diarys, and the unique adam and paul which is irish. first off i wanna say i taught this movie was very good with very good performances and abbie cornish is sexy [you see her pretty much naked alot] if i was a junkie i would want to be 1 with her. but yes where was i, I recommend all the above and this movie especially if you have an interest in drug culture/addiction its undeniably a factor the mind is curious about even from the safety of a sofa sober drinking sparkling water, so thats that.
Dirk K (us) wrote: Awful music (could be used for a pirate movie). A waste of talent (Thurman and Affleck) and boooooooooooring
Mukesh P (nl) wrote: Shin looks so sexy...
Agustn S (mx) wrote: It's wit is even sharper than the first one, constantly being self referential and bold in horror movie conventions, while at the same time managing to surpass the original in terms of scares and humor; Scream 2 is a thorougly enjoyable horror flick.
Perry H (jp) wrote: G get's his butt kicked a lot but in the end, he rules.
J K (ag) wrote: Hannibal Lecter = cool cannibal . This move = not cool cannibals.
Zarinah H (fr) wrote: I'm a great fan of Peter Cushing and the horror genre, and when I saw this title, I knew I had to watch it. "And Now the Screaming Starts" may not be highly original or even inspired in terms of the plot, but what it lacks it makes up for in a rich and lush Gothic atmosphere and a lead actress that is beautiful and credibly haunting in her performance. Stephanie Beacham plays Catherine Fengriffen, a virginal bride who accompanies her new husband, Charles Fengriffen [Ian Ogilvy] to his ancestral home in the countryside. Their first night there marks the start of the Catherine's nightmare as she sees horrific visions and is later assaulted on her wedding night by a spectral hand and an unseen entity. Her husband dismisses Catherine's visions as a trick of the mind and nerves, and when Catherine later finds herself pregnant, she begins to become even more concerned about the state of her sanity. Catherine begins digging deeper into the history of the home, especially concerning Charles' grandfather Henry [Herbert Lom] whose menacing portrait leers at her in the hallway. Then there's the mystery of the disfigured woodsman Silas [Geoffrey Whitehead] who does not really serve any purpose yet has ownership of his own plot of land and shack on the family estate.I found the first half plodding as it takes a while for the story to get moving, and it is only in the second half that the action actually picks up, especially with the arrival of Peter Cushing who plays a prominent psychologist, Dr Pope. Initially Pope thinks Catherine's problems are purely in the mind, but later finds his cynicism challenged by mysterious deaths and happenings. The highlight performances in this movie are Cushing's and Beacham's. The plot and dialogue are average, but what makes this a memorable viewing experience is the highly atmospheric setting and the ancestral manor which is quite amazing. The special effects are rather cheesy given this is a 70s movie, yet I felt entertained and absorbed in the story as I lost myself in the Gothic-inspired plot and settings. Recommended for fans of the genre.
Tim M (ca) wrote: Better then the US version.... and that's saying something
cli o (ag) wrote: no thanks not my thing
Tyler R (us) wrote: Creepy, but cool at the same time. I like this kind of horror movie; the "Twilight Zone" type horror from the 60's era, not today's "gross-out" horror. I don't want to see that.
Bruce B (nl) wrote: A good movie with a unique plot and lots of action.