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bill s (kr) wrote: It's Groundhog Day,the less than thriller.
Raquel R (br) wrote: Disturbing. I give this such a low rating just because of how awkward it was. When it wasn't awkward, it had such graphic violence. I just didn't like it. I know it's based on a true story, which is one of it's redeeming qualities. I guess I just wasn't prepeared to see something quite like this. Well put together, though the war flashbacks were strange. I'll never watch it again.
Ben B (gb) wrote: One of the best horror comedies I've ever seen, keeps you guessing, laughing, and jumping
Adrian B (us) wrote: A man gets released from prison for his mischievous deeds, from the looks of things related to alcoholism. He is in the city and meets a woman, for which is a friend he had interacted with before he went to prison and is being picked on by several other people. There is also an old guy and all three agree that they are sick of atmosphere of Germany and decide to immigrate to the United States. They pick, of all places, Indiana for destination of living. Then they lead excruciatingly lazy lives. Very strange film, with perhaps some of the dumbest, sloppiest characters you could ever see on reel. Yet, that is the point of the film and it is kind of real. What these people expected was that they would get rich by sitting around and doing nothing, rather than work their way towards success. Unfortunately, that is what a lot people are like today, even immigrants and director Werner Herzog does a pretty good job at expressing people like this throughout his film. Quite interesting, but utterly bizarre.
Adrian B (nl) wrote: One of Vittorio de Sica's strangest films, this one stars two of the most famous Italians of all time: Sophia Loren and Marcello Mastroianni. The movie is set in three places, with the two stars playing three different roles. In the first setting, both characters are involved in a black market to sell cigarettes, of which Loren gets arrest for her wrongdoings and is sent to jail, causing uproar as a result. The second setting involves the couple as wealthy individuals of society, who really don't seem to care for one another or anybody else for that matter. The third follows Mastroianni having an affair with a prostitute (of course, Loren). Amusing, odd Italian movie from the master maybe just minor one for him, but is fun to watch, especially considering the stars.
Jarek M (us) wrote: I think Pola?ski making better movies about mental ilness. Bergmans story is deeper but getting sharper late in second act. We are attacked by directors vision from nowhere.
Matt L (de) wrote: Best Foreign Film I have ever seen. Giuletta Masina is amazing, especially her ability to make simple facial expressions tell her story. Absolutely incredible. They don't make them like this anyone. A Must See!
Andrew L (kr) wrote: I forgot how boring this movie was.
Stuart M (us) wrote: Truly lives up to its reputation as one of the worst films ever made, the Exorcist II seems intent on completely rewriting the original story and replacing it with even more incomprehensible rubbish. John Boorman has long had a fascination with African shamanistic magic and so it's not surprising to see it utilized here. However, unlike Excalibur where the bizarre and primativistic behavior of Merlin truly helped sell the work here it is shoehorned in and placed in center stage, no matter how little sense it makes. I mean, there was nothing wrong with the idea of tracing the roots of the demon back into Africa but once you get there there's no room for Regan's story. Instead of acknowledging that and telling a different story (perhaps focusing on Von Sydow again who looks very convincing in younger makeup) they shoehorn her in at every point and the plot quickly becomes incomprehensible. Why is Azuzu (the demon apparently) connected to locusts? How is it still tied to Regan? And what in the hell is James Earl Jones doing in here?But just on the most basic level the movie loses all claims to credibility about twenty minutes in when Regan's psychiatrist hooks her up to a telepathy machine that lets them share each others' dreams. From that point on you know that nothing can ever make the film lucid.
Arslan K (mx) wrote: Bad writing, good setting, awesome vent scene that makes you claustrophobic, and ohhh yeah bad writing,
Andrew T (kr) wrote: You should only watch it if you don't have any other film to watch. This movie is really boring, illogical (they once told that the SAR-s shot one of them while she was in the air, next picture: machines can't hit once a 2 meters tall guy with 100 bullets who just stands there). The "chatartic" moment and the cliffhanger are ridiculous. Well, at least Vanessa Kirby is pretty :)
Troy K (it) wrote: It was okay, but it is so obvious what was happening that at the end when they reveal everything it's like, are you kidding, that was all supoosed to be a mystery?