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Matt G (nl) wrote: Ignore the ATROCIOUS title and watch without the dubbing, and you will be in for a marginal amount of "Thing"-like fun. Some old-fashioned (if amateurish) practical effects and the breathtakingly gorgeous arctic setting raise this otherwise ho-hum monster flick to be a slight amount of fun.
Dan D (ca) wrote: funny as hell, big show is actually pretty good
K S (es) wrote: One of the worst Christmas movies ever! Hated it :(Don't expect a traditional feel-good story here.
Dan K (gb) wrote: this movie pained me physically
Binku T (ru) wrote: At first I liked how the movie goes. But it spoiled at the ended without completing and giving a meaning.
Luciano G (us) wrote: While the actors and actresses do a fine job portraying their characters, the story becomes rather predictable and a bit silly. especially near the end....this is a movie with some good ideas that just were not thought through enough, so much more could've been done with this....maybe a remake with a bigger budget and some better writers...
Dane T (it) wrote: An interesting idea, but the sequences are too far apart to feel the full impact.
Andy W (au) wrote: 10/10. Best film I've ever seen, hands down.
James H (kr) wrote: On the plus side, the pace is very fast and it has some good action sequences but the plot is way too over the top, and some of the dialogue is so bad it makes you groan. It wears thin about midway through.
Mike N (ru) wrote: It's a good idea that just wasn't well executed, which is a damn shame.
Joshua F (ru) wrote: This was one of my favorite movies when I was younger. And even now there's a certain sense of nostalgic charm to it.
Dillon L (au) wrote: great movie better then I remember
John S (mx) wrote: And love, oh there is love enough for two, in every morning, come let us taste it...
Michaela R (jp) wrote: "Pig, pig, pig!" & the Academy Award goes to... :)
Kevin R (kr) wrote: Mama's boys In 1929 a depression is sweeping the country causing people to survive by any means necessary. Ma Barker and her group of inbred sons travel the country robbing banks, homes, and holding rich men hostage. How long can the Barker family keep their crime spree alive? "The rich men were jumping out the windows; and as usual, they were landing on the poor." Roger Corman, director of Frankenstein Unbound, The Trip, The Secret Invasion, The Raven, The Terror, Pit and the Pendulum, The Haunted Palace, House of Usher, Little Shop of Horrors, and Machine Gun Kelly, delivers Bloody Mama. The storyline for this picture is interesting and a unique take on the gangster genre. The story combines a unique blend of red neck drama and gangster behaviors. The acting is solid and the cast includes Robert De Niro, Shelley Winters, Pat Hingle, Bruce Dern, Pamela Dunlap, and Robert Walden. "You just rob banks and stay out of trouble." The MGM channel showcased Roger Corman in March and when I saw a preview for this movie, as one of Corman and De Niro's first films, I had to see this picture. I did find this movie interesting and a blend of Wrong Turn and Public Enemy. The movie is definitely unique and depicts a story that unfolds masterfully. I do recommend seeing this picture. "Blood, Kate, is thicker than water." Grade: C+/B- (6.5)
Alex S (fr) wrote: I'm not sure how I feel about this film. There is large amount of melodrama, which I had trouble connecting with, but the story itself is intriguing. Events at the picnic lurch from good to bad to worse, so it keeps one wondering what direction things will turn to next.
Brad H (jp) wrote: Solid Griersploitation - a notch above Foxy Brown.
John T (br) wrote: Hitchcock (2012) is an entertaining film centered on the making of Alfred Hitchcock's Psycho one of the most popular and effective horror-thrillers ever made. As a secondary plotline, it is also about the relationship between Hitchcock and his wife Alma.The film is a fictional dramatization and not intended to be completely factual and accurate-though it portrays real-life people and uses many well documented thought-to-be-true 'facts' throughout the film. It also borrows some questionable stories about Hitchcock and in dramatizing them, stages them in a way for the film that might make you think Hitchcock was more of a twisted pervert than he really wasIf you are a looking for a well-acted, entertainment about a very famous unique filmmaker dealing with his marriage as he makes a very famous movie (that's based on a mixture of facts, gossip, rumor and innuendo) you'll have fun watching HitchcockThe cast is excellent and delivers. Anthony Hopkins as Hitchcock and Helen Mirren as Alma (his wife) are excellent. Danny Huston, Scarlet Johansson (as Janet Leigh), Jessica Biel (as Vera Miles) and Toni Collette are well cast in their supporting roles. James D'Arcy who is only seen in a few scenes couldn't be better playing Anthony Perkins. The subplot involving Mirren and Huston's partnering to write together feels a bit forced, but is probably necessary to set up the screen tension between Hitchcock and his wife.