In Cold Blood

In Cold Blood

A 1967 film based on Truman Capote's book of the same name. After a botched robbery results in the brutal murder of a rural family, two drifters elude police, in the end coming to terms with their own mortality and the repercussions of their vile atrocity.

This docudrama recreates a real life crime in which an entire family was brutally murdered by wandering gunmen. While on the run, the gunmen face not only the realities of their terrible crime but also their own earthly impermanence. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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David M (de) wrote: A humorous look at men...grooming...

Matt S (au) wrote: For a first time thing like this it's suprisingly good and props to the writers and the director for doing a good job with the obvious limited budget

Jonathan H (gb) wrote: Really funny movie. Gotta love Jackie Chan.

Kelly T (fr) wrote: a some what original screenplay and for once dealing with a boy and his problems (well ish) liked the 80's back drop. all in all you come out feeling a bit positive

Reno V (fr) wrote: "THE BATTLE FOR BLOOD BEGINS"- 'Daybreakers' is a 2009 sci-fi horror film written and directed by the Australian Spierig Brothers (Undead, Predestination). Set in a nearby future where vampires rule the earth and the very few remaining humans are farmed for their blood. A okay vampire movie, not the best I've ever seen, but certainly entertaining due to the massive pools of blood, the intriguing story and the good cast, starring Ethan Hawke (Sinister, Assault on Precinct 13), Willam Dafoe (Spiderman, Anitchrist), Isabel Lucas (Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen, Red Dawn) and Sam Neill (Jurassic Park, Dead Calm). 'The most precious natural source is.. us'In the near future, our world is dominated by vampires, who mostly come out at night. With only 5 percent of the human race remaining, the supply of blood is dwindling fast. When vampires start to turn on each other or begin to suck their own blood, vampire hematologist Edward Dalton (Hawke) is searching for a substitute at the pharmaceutical company Bromley Marks, that is lead by Charles Bromley (Neill). When driving home, Dalton is involved in an accident. He is surprised to see that the people in the other car are rebellious humans who are on the run and decides to help them. Shortly after that he is contacted by the humans, who want him to meet Lionel 'Elvis' Cormac (Dafoe), a man who was once a vampire and mysteriously turned human again. Is he the solution to Dalton's cure?

Christina C (ag) wrote: great movie. the editing job sucked, but once you watch the extra features, it all starts to make sense.

Christina E (kr) wrote: Same old Eloise, with little christmas.

Alaine B (kr) wrote: Things go wrong for everybody. Need money, get it by crime. Scams and betrayals. They made three endings and the final one passed audience muster since it hinted at a ray of hope to offset the rest of the movie.

m c (kr) wrote: I met kongar ol ondar, very cool.

Kevin M W (ru) wrote: Invasion Of The Body Snatchers gets an wee tiny transfusion from modern action flicks and you get this typical popcorn munching afternoon at the flickers. Nicky Kidman delivers the usual solid rock of a performance as the center here, and everyone else provides capable support. Not a bore, but nary a surprise as well.Good munching!

Pratyay K (mx) wrote: The film, initially breaks us into a mental asylum surrounded by quirky & odd characters where we are introduced to Karl Childers in his five-minute-long stare through the window. This, sets a foundation and senses us about Karl's distinctive presence; eyes cannot simply roll past him in a crowd. Further, the film releases his psyche which is admittedly contradicting to our mental-based perception. Comes to light, as far more sound & rational than many other "sane" people considered by the society.What led him to commit two murders when he was twelve? Being too sensitive and too much love for his mother; witnessing her being corrupted by society embarked an outrageous rage, to kill her lover. After, registering his beleif and idealogy abused by society; what he has become/done it vexed him further into killing his own mother. Finally, returning home we acknowledge him in a similar position. A change has to be made to put things in order for the ones he love. Perhaps now being re-conditioned, well-balanced more open-minded and morally correct; Would he kill again? Or to put it rightly, would he turn to love and honesty again?

sloopy c (au) wrote: Bad ending - BAD! They don't get together? What the hell! Oh that's right there's the "hope" of a future reconciliation. Whatever. And I have to say this, with respect mind you but, omg - every character I've ever seen Juliette Binoche play has totally annoyed me and pissed me off! She's so irritating and pathetic! Here he is trying to help her and she causes problems with her stupidity every single time!!! Run away Olivier, run away!!

Nick M (gb) wrote: When I was younger my mom brought this for me and my little brother to watch during summer break. We watched the film then we burned the tape. Good times

Brandon M (gb) wrote: My full opinion: Blow out is one of the greatest and interesting thrillers that I've seen recently, and John Travolta is also great in this film.Note: This was the movie why Quentin Tarantino wanted John Travolta to be in Pulp Fiction. 9.1/10

Kearn R (es) wrote: This was a soild comedy.

Bill W (fr) wrote: This is good fun. Clips of it show up in a lot of other movies because the presence of Gary Cooper probably lends a certain air of je ne sais quoi. This is well worth your time.

Knox M (nl) wrote: Underrated, pre-Devils work by Ken Russell that's actually a lot of fun.

Fong K (it) wrote: Oscar-winning screenwriter Diablo Cody's acidic witticism is all wasted on this frivolous teenage slasher horror comedy about (literally) a high-school man-eater.

Christine G (nl) wrote: Hokey from beginning to end!

Natasha S (nl) wrote: Great movie for kids (and their parents/aunts/...). I took my nieces and nephews and they all loved it and couldn't stop talking about it. Worth seeing it in 3D!!