House of Wax
A horribly disfigured sculptor opens up the House of Wax in New York, using the wax-covered bodies of his victims as his displays.
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Alex A (kr) wrote: No need for a lengthy review. Star Trek Beyond, though lacking the distinction, depth and charm of its predecessors, is still action packed from beginning to end, and simply fun: A factor many blockbusters these days lack.Side note: Simon Pegg manages to not be obnoxious here.
Russ P (fr) wrote: Just saw this on TV - awesome little movie - if you like footy then its a must see , even if you dont -give it a go .
Melissa V (gb) wrote: Great ghost story, but this film drags so bad it was painful. Beautiful Vanessa Rice was nice to view, but the acting was painful too.
Pamela D (ag) wrote: Again I say, (think Right At Your Door, The Crazies) FUCK the authorities. When the shit hits, I'm not gonna be above popping a couple of those guys out of their Humvee, and taking their radios and all their gear.
Branden L (it) wrote: "cloverfield" is south central l.a. some of it is just ridiculous, like the rape scene and then subsequent argument over said rape. trust me, it is quite entertaining.
Simei D (ca) wrote: Trash collectors really scare me now!
I VIaR3L (de) wrote: its sad!! but i love it!
Tara M (es) wrote: Cute and fun film with heart.
Paul D (de) wrote: It's such a bad movie that it has now become worth a look, partly because of the way the plot is executed. In better hands and with more money it might actually have worked better.
John W (ag) wrote: At the risk of sounding ridiculous, think Andrei Tarkovsky meets Frank Capra, although it also reminds me of Wild Strawberries. (never the trine shall meet?)In seriousness though it is an amazingly lyrical piece. Its true greatness lies in its deceptive appearance of banality. Ballad steers clear of overt ideology but is suffused with important ideas and humane thinking.
Mickey B (es) wrote: An above-average Western from that very under-rated director Andre de Toth, and that somewhat over-rated screenwriter Philip Yordan. A lot of the writing is cheesy, but the black-and-white Wyoming vistas are gorgeous, and the moral conundrums of the characters are riveting. Robert Ryan gets to do what he does best -- play a conflicted, corrupt kind of guy with a heart of toffee. His final redemption in the snowy mountains makes for one of the best endings I've ever seen in a Western -- it's almost an anti-action sequence that plays like Shakespearean tragedy. And the movie also reminded me that Burl Ives was a brilliant actor -- it's easy to forget, given his late career. All in all, despite its flaws, this one deserves to be called a classic Western.
Augustine H (nl) wrote: Another Holocaust movie set in the concentration camp, only this time it's well crafted as an involving spy game with intense black humour. With the presence of Otto Preminger, Robert Strauss as 'Animal' and the seemingly jolly German guards, Stalag 17 makes you forget you are actually witnessing the Nazi atrocities. The plot may seem simple in contemporary times, but the wise Billy Wilder's talent is well showcased by blending the seemingly incompatible torture and humour without awkwardness.
Anthony I (ru) wrote: Three Kings is a really cool, fun movie. A screwball war movie.. probably the only of it's kind. It follows the three U.S marines, from AWOL to altruism. In the end, it preaches the concept that helping innocent people escape tyranny is what fighting wars should really be about. Interestingly, it criticizes George Bush for pulling out of Iraq too quickly, and not saving the Iraqi's by just getting Saddam right then and there. Pre-9/11 times seemed more open to fighting in Iraq.. but then three years later, we went in to finish up the job, and nobody was on board with it. Think of it as you will, it's a political movie after all. It's critique on American foreign policy remains relevant today, perhaps even more than ever. Other than the politics, David O. Russell made a pretty exceptional first film.. despite raising hell through his fascist methods as a director. The entire film is engaging, wild and free. Almost reminiscent of a young Oliver Stone. The cast is solid. Mark Wahlberg, from his Dirk Diggler days, steals the show in every scene. Overall, it's a great watch.