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Angel M (it) wrote: Terrible movie, Not recommended
Zach T (ca) wrote: This movie surprised the hell out of me. Its was insanely great for a B movie, the acting was bad, the gore was plentiful, and it had a dark and logical ending.
David C (nl) wrote: Never mind the nudity. The gimmicky attempts at humour, unnecessary flashbacks, and terrible narration were super irritating. Nothing really happened until about 25 minutes into the movie, and it's debatable as to whether it moves the story forward our not. If you like movies like this, good for you. I don't.
Richard D (de) wrote: I was skeptical about this one because I am not exactly a nature documentary person, but this has some simply astonishing footage in it. I still have no idea how some of it was achieved.
Rmy B (fr) wrote: Humour noir dans une URSS qui etait en train de perecliter! Un sens de la derision tres tres pousse! Tres drole et en meme temps un peu kafkaen dans l absurdite des situations...
Joe H (br) wrote: Nostalgia tinted glasses. Ron Howard doing his 'Berg impression
Josh G (de) wrote: It has been a month since I saw this movie. The day after watching Virgin Witch, I went on Flixter to write a review and found that the movie hadn't been added to the database yet. So I sent an email asking for it to be added. I knew that it would take several weeks for anything to be done about this because, as they say in their 'About Us' section of the site, "Flixter is currently run by seventeen people." And yet they're putting Flixter on Facebook and Myspace and other websites, too. Why the hell are they doing that, when they can't even take care of their own site? So sixteen days later, someone finally emails me back and says, "We'll add it!" It's been thirteen days since then, and it's finally showing up in the database. In short, it's been one month between my having seen this film and it being added to the database because Flixter is run by idiots. So please forgive me if I forget certain aspects of the movie. Alright. That rant is out of the way. As for the movie, what looks on the DVD case like nothing but a soft-core porn is actually a movie with a story, although a severely limited one. Two sisters join a modeling agent at some creepy castle in the woods to get their photographs taken, but guess what -- the modeling agent and everybody there are actually witches! And they want to turn the sisters into witches, too.. or.. sacrifices. I don't know. Something like that. It's silly. There's nudity. And lesbianism. There are a lot of things that don't make sense. Like why the camera zooms in suddenly on a stoplight, as though the fact that there is a red light is somehow supposed to be frightening or something. Or when one of the sisters freaks out because some guy looks at her, but then runs into a guy pointing a gun at her and just stands there looking bewildered. The plot turns into something about one of the sisters trying to take over the coven or something, and SPOILERS she kills the main witch woman by -- I'm not making this up -- stabbing dirt with a dagger. How does that kill somebody? And then the movie just ends. What?
Becca D (ca) wrote: An amazing star studded cast. Brilliant movie.
Viktor B (fr) wrote: Yeah it's short and that is a little disappointing, but how many films can say they stand on style alone. Bloody, intense, and dark as hell. An short but definitely sweet slice of anime that people who love the series based of it would do well to see.
krupa p (kr) wrote: the music flows through the body so naturally
Christopher E (ru) wrote: Although it looked like the franchise could head in the right direction, the sequel is filled with less sensibility, unlikable characters, racist robots, and a whole lot of mess.Two years after saving the world with the Autobots, Sam Witwicky (Shia LaBeouf) is away at college when an ancient Decepticon named "The Fallen" returns to Earth on a mission of vengeance. With the Allspark destroyed, the Autobots lose all hope of returning to their home planet of Cybertron, and begin working with an elite military known as NEST to hunt down any remaining Decepticons. But even as they fight for humanity alongside Major Lennox (Josh Duhamel) and USAF Master Sergeant Epps (Tyrese Gibson), the Autobots are acutely aware that not all humans are thrilled by their presence on planet Earth.Being a big fan of the first film, I remember being excited to see this film. But after seeing this film more than a handful of times, it still seems to lack a lot. Although I don't absolutely hate it as much as everyone else does, it still has its plethora of problems and issues that can't go unnoticed.Shia LaBeouf is still a fantastic actor, even to this day. I really do appreciate his talent and although his character is more spazzy and irrelevant at times, it doesn't disregard the fact that LaBeouf is a great actor. He has a lot of talent and it's a shame that people disregard him because of the lack of quality these movies possess, but he's still great none the less. Megan Fox is more or less the same in this film, but she does have a couple of decent moments. Her character is still underutilized and Bay still doesn't know how to put a respectable female character on screen due to his oversexualization of women. John Turturro's character was even more annoying in this movie, and was controversially given a much larger role. I'm surprised they stuck with his character despite the lack of likability. The parents in this movie, although not necessarily bad actors, were more annoying and infuriating. They came off as ridiculous rather than smart and it really is Bay's portrayal of these characters that makes them lackluster.The effects in this movie are still fantastic and the CGI is still amazing. It does have some improvements since the last film and I was still stunned by what the editing team did. They still deserve a lot of credit for the work they do behind the scenes, as they really do make this movie a new experience.On the other hand, Bay's use of firework explosions gets even more tiring in this film. There are explosions around every corner and they seem to get less sensible with every pull of the trigger. I get it, he loves his explosions, and he probably even masturbates to explosions, but the overuse of those effects gets really tiring, considering they're insensible and placed at bad moments. The story in this movie was even more head scratching than the last. At least the last story was simple enough, but this one was just ridiculous. The finale was exciting enough but the conclusion of all of it was the most lazy thing I've ever seen. "The Fallen" was a weak villain that none of us will remember. He did less than any villain in recent memory. Bay also always starts his movies with some historical background, and you'll see that present in every "Transformers" film. In this film, it felt like unnecessary exposition that did a poor job of setting up the true tone of this film. Bay struggles creating a consistent tone and he really needs to clean up his screenplays. The overuse of sunset shots in this movie also wasn't enough to eclipse the sheer racism that was more present. There are some events, lines of dialogue, and characters in here that are all clearly stereotyped. In these "Transformer" films, there are always stereotypical gripes against women, Japanese, African Americans, and more. It gets tiring after a while and the jokes aren't even funny. In the end, the sequel was more than disappointing, and probably the worst in the franchise.