Inspired by true events from the 1970s| the story revolves around a young detective who becomes the head of a police unit focused on catching a rampant serial killer
of women| nicknamed 'The Silesian Vampire'. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
I'm a Killer
Inspired by true events from the 1970s, the story revolves around a young detective who becomes the head of a police unit focused on catching a rampant serial killer of women, nicknamed 'The Silesian Vampire'.
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Amanda C (nl) wrote: American Honey is a exuberant, free flowing story of a group of young traveling magazine salesmen. Like its characters, the film drifts from moment to moment, capturing the freedom, but also the confinement the characters are subjected to. Similar to Boyhood before it, Andrea Arnold has structured American Honey like life: a series of events that continue to push forward relentlessly.
Mady20 K (it) wrote: This movie was so far from the book it can't even be called a book-to-movie adaptation. They changed parts of the story line, key events, and even change around characters and their peculiarities. They took the simplistic wonder of the book and made it into a visual circus. They missed key and even small details and it totally ruined the experience of seeing one of my favorite books on screen. I knew I was going to be slightly disappointed when the movie came out because not all adaptations can be perfect, but this movie was just poorly translated and it makes me sad that it ended up this way. All I have to ask is, did they even read the book before they wrote the script?
Ranjith V (au) wrote: After having done four intense films, director Mysskin unmasks his seriousness to a simple subject of good triumphing over evil in this UTV production venture Mugamoodi which is touted to be Tamil's first super hero subject.The epicenter of Mugamoodi is the love of a young man towards Kung Fu and the master who taught him this martial art form and how he utilizes this skill to woo the girl of his choice.Smooth narrative marks the 1st half of Mugamoodi which sets the expectation and curiosity levels for the second half. Although the theme may be old, the turf is new and Mysskin makes the viewing experience an interesting one for most parts. In fact he gives an impression that he has many exciting aces up his sleeve waiting to be spread on the table. However he lets his audience down in the second half which follows a crest and trough pattern with more of troughs than crests. For all those Mysskin fans that wait to view his touches, Mugamoodi is replete with them. Like in the middle of an action packed chase sequence, we find a man and woman in a romantic soiree in a dark alley and the introduction shot of hero and heroine from their back side for an extended period of time to name a few. And of course the very 'Mysskin'esque slow and lengthy shots!The events that happen when Jiiva goes to convey his love to Pooja on her father's wedding day in the pre-interval block is suspense filled and have been executed well. There are quite a few twists and turns in Mugamoodi. The scene where Jiiva's father spills the beans about him in front of Pooja at the mechanic shop brings out the chuckle from the audience.As usual Jiiva scores well and his dancing skills are really a treat to watch in the Bar Anthem number. He does his action shots also perfectly and overall it is a neat performance from him. And special mention to the stunt choreographer for designing exquisite action sequences with finesse. Pooja Hegde is the typical heroine and is just about ok.Narain as the stylish villain hits the right notes with his sinistral looks but why does he resort to a theatrical style of dialogue delivery in the 2nd half? Nasser, Girish Karnad, Selva and other supporting cast have delivered what is needed for the film. The characterization of the grandfathers and the hunchback needs mention as someone who helps Jiiva pursue his sincere intentions.Vaaya Moodi Summa Iruda number is interestingly and differently choreographed but somehow misses the realistic touch that was evident in the beginning of the song. As though by some sort of compulsion, the song moves to a foreign location! This could have been avoided to give the visual spunk to the popular number.Technically Mugamoodi is superior. K's BGM is as rocker and his scores in the action sequences are outstanding. Cinematographer Sathya brings out Mysskin's vision on the wide canvas with his lighting and night effect shots. Extraordinary work indeed! The attempt to show Kung Fu in its vibrant form should be lauded. Although the film has many action sequences, Mysskin has abstained from gore which qualifies the film for all ages.There are quite a few foibles in the second half. The entire coast guard appears to be muted in front of one man Narain, but Girish Karnad et al appear to walk freely inside the enemy's terrain. Too many characters in the second half and too many blanks to be filled by the audience themselves, the second half emerges tedious. If one expects some kind of super heroic acts from the hero, it does not happen as Jiiva delivers his acts in a costume but with super-heroic intentions. Overall, if the pace and narration of the 1st half was maintained in the 2nd half too, Mugamoodi would have emerged grander.Verdict: Pacy first half, slow second half but compensated by the overall performance and effort of the cast & crew.
Amit R (nl) wrote: this is the original of Hansal Mehta's latest Citylight - and hence decided to watch. From the look of the trailers so far, it is frame by frame remake. plus overthetop melodrama. But the Phillipino movie is potent and hard hitting.
Brett H (es) wrote: Flawless documentary chronicling the career of the very best Canadian rock band, Rush! Being a big Rush fan, it's always great seeing the interviews of everyone the band has inspired, all the longtime fans, and with the band itself! As far as rock documentaries go, there's quite a bit of history you learn about Rush's main three members, some of which is quite tragic. Basically, if you're a Rush fan, you gotta watch it!
Kala W (it) wrote: Good movie but the werewolves could've been better
Gwen H (ca) wrote: I really liked this movie from start to finish, maybe because I'm a sucker for a film about hope and beauty in hard, ugly places. I thought the character development top-notch, although I would have liked to have learned more about Ms. Hirayama's background. This film to me was like a blossom opening...leaves you feeling happy.
Michael K (ca) wrote: For most people, a good movie. For martial arts enthusiasts, a great one. For soccer fans? - Amazing. Now, if you're both a kung fu and soccer lover like me, it will be one of the best movies you will ever see. I must warn you: the epicness level of this movie is insanely high.
Guess P (de) wrote: A strange idea for a movie, but it captivates the mind of the curious viewer! Plus, Rachael is acting in it! You gotta love that!!!
Lee M (ag) wrote: Charming, bittersweet coming-of-age nostalgia.
eric e (br) wrote: Steve McQueen makes a whole movie out of a minor supporting character in The Carpet Baggers. Played in the film version by Allan Ladd if memory serves.
Irvin C (it) wrote: This is the final film of Carl Th. Dreyer, who is a phenomenal filmmaker. I have to admit I have VERY mixed feelings about this film. It all stems from my personal feelings towards the title character. She's a woman who leaves her ambitious politician husband for a younger musician, all the while philosophizing her ideals about love. She wants a man who will love her first and foremost, above all else as much as she loves him. The character comes off as being a cold bitch sometimes and sometimes a sad lonely sympathetic character. Her characterization can alternately be construed as feminist and misogynist. Perhaps that was deliberate. But it is frustrating. It's a film that I admire more than I love. All in all, I strongly....MUCH strongly prefer "Ordet" when it comes to late Dreyer.
Anne F (jp) wrote: Bergman being bleak, this is a story which encompasses much of human nastiness. Jealousy, infidelity, rejection, humiliation and the effects on those who experience it, it's all shown here, in stark black and white, with a somewhat discordant soundtrack.
Maja G (br) wrote: nr den man hejar p vinner med sin uppstudsighet och okuvlighet! i love that!
Jack P (fr) wrote: For an animated straight to dvd film assault on arkham was fantastic. Aimed at a more mature audience this included violence, strong language and nudity. An excellent storyline regarding the suicide squad breaking into arkham to assassinate the riddler with batman hot on their trail. Great voice casting and a non stop action packed rush throughout, dc have proved that straight to dvd doesnt mean straight to the bargain bin.
Ngc K (ru) wrote: Since this movie trailer came out I haven't had much hope for it. Yet I decided to go for it anyway. Turns out it was very good, this movie brought back those thrilling guns fighting from the 90's and I'd say I will go for the sequel.