In the aftermath of his girlfriend's mysterious death, a young man awakens to strange horns sprouting from his temples.
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Tit M (ru) wrote: bon sujet de film bien realise malgre quelques longueurssdd productions de fou
Mark C (mx) wrote: Very good doc, worth watching, 55 minutes short
Ollie W (it) wrote: Fairly good performances and some interesting scenery don't hide the woefully over-written characters and obvious direction making this potentially disturbing and dramatic story saccharine and dull. And that final line is just lame.
NinjaZu A (ag) wrote: an enjoyable comedy drama about a dysfunctional family. you feel the pressure and suspense build as you wonder how is this all going to play out? great one liners and dark humour.
Sophie B (au) wrote: The series shouldn't have continued after the last one, but alas, here it is. Give it a miss and watch the original instead.
Eliabeth M (au) wrote: James Nachtwey: The worst thing is to feel that as a photographer I am benefiting from someone else's tragedy. This idea haunts me. It's something I have to reckon with every day because I know that if I ever allowed genuine compassion to be overtaken by personal ambition, I will have sold my soul. The only way I can justify my role is to have respect for the other person's predicament. The extent to which I do that is the extent to which I become accepted by the other; and to that extent, I can accept myself.
James M (ag) wrote: Absolutely love this film. It has fantastic visuals and a great plot. The character of Jim Hawkins is a change to the regular protagonist and the relationship between him and John Silver create some emotional sections of this overall brilliant and underrated Disney movie.
Ronnie C (nl) wrote: I remember when this came out I thought it was hilarious, however now that I am twenty and not six, I don't know how funny I would find it
Justin S (gb) wrote: Good effects for the time. Lance son gets killed and he exacts revenge by going to old bitch.
Corey W (fr) wrote: OK, but doesn't even hold a candle to the first.
Dustin D (it) wrote: The only Robin Hood movie I know of that is an outcome story rather than an origin story. The take on the legend is refreshing, even if the action direction left a lot to be desired.
Helen J (de) wrote: Interesting...and boring. As much as I wanted to like this film and had looked forward to it, I found the plodding tedium of the workers overriding the stark and fascinating beauty of the place. The film focused on individuals comments on living in the isolation. I would have preferred that more information was included on the science being conducted, the communications between the different stations, and the geology and natural history of the place. This would have helped me better understand why people returned year after year and better convey the magic of the place. It also would have broken up the plodding pace of the film. In the end it is a documentary of living in Antarctica which does not connect emotionally.
Danielle M (kr) wrote: I really liked this movie even though I had never even heard about it before. The ending got me the most though. I can usually tell how a movie's going to end just by the events leading up to it, but I can honestly say that Careful What You Wish For actually caught me off guard. It starts out slow but builds with suspense. I'm not usually a fan of Isabel Lucas' but she fit this character so well. It was worth the movie rental.
Dax S (us) wrote: Not my favourite movie, but it wasn't bad.
Stefan G (gb) wrote: Rebel Without a Cause is iconic for some, but not for me. Perhaps there are a few things I missed, but that doesn't exactly matter. I can't exactly relate to the characters in it, since it was made to look at a clash of generations taking place in a different time. The writing might have been pretty solid back in the 1950's, but as a young adult living in today's world, I feel that the writing is simply outdated by today's standards. I've heard that much of the praise was aimed at James Dean's acting, and while I think his performance was pretty good, it doesn't exactly change the overall atmosphere of the movie, which I feel is fairly prosaic, though not without its character. The drama probably comes from the film recreating a generational culture clash, but I don't exactly relate to any of it, so the film doesn't exactly really move me, save for one scene. While it might be a classic for some, and while it's actually a decent movie, I simply can't relate to it, and that ultimately prevents me from enjoying this film to its full potential.