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Heather M (mx) wrote: Quirky, bloody, and violent are the best words to describe this movie. It is a great revenge story and the cast is fun, but you won't miss much if you choose to skip this one.
James D (de) wrote: Make your number 69!!! It will be hilarious!!!
Sam F (es) wrote: Second best movie ever!
Calvin B (kr) wrote: cordell is back!!!!!!
Amy P (fr) wrote: this a a great funny movie
Veniea T (nl) wrote: Don't care for Elvis and any others that have to do with him
Pamela O (au) wrote: Excellent Dramatization of the Manson murders and more!!
Maxwell S (nl) wrote: This film has a love of itself. A love of the world and how it works. A love of people and how they work. It is intensely brilliant, beautiful and surreal. It has some of the most stunning and revolutionary cinematography possibly ever. The result is what is, and will remain to be, unarguably cinema's greatest experiment. My vote for one of the 10 greatest films ever made.P.S. DON'T listen to that new soundtrack that those unoriginal british rock/jazz group. It barely connects and ruins it, I hate to turn the sound off 10 minutes in.
John M (es) wrote: Robert Altman creates an atmosphere the viewer is instantly transported to and eventually gets lost in. What happens on screen is secondary to how the audience feels it happening. Altman is a master of creating mood and setting tone, and 3 Women's air of spookiness, surrealism, and impending doom never quite let the viewer feel comfortable or sure of exactly what's going to happen. In Pinky (Spacek) and Millie (Duvall) Altman has created two of the most distinctive characters ever filmed. He lets them explore aspects of the human condition rarely portrayed on screen and presents their world not so much as a slice of life but different parts of our collective consciousness.
Ross M (us) wrote: Forbidden Planet stands up remarkably well for a 60 year old film. The effects still look terrific and the story and it's elements can easily be seen as precursors to the future science fiction giants Star Trek and The Twilight Zone. 4 1/2 stars
jesse m (gb) wrote: Vapid, vacuous, an utter waste of time and money. What the hell were the filmmakers going for exactly? You have existing source material as well as decades of slasher horror history to springboard from.... and THIS is what you come up with, a killer in a baseball cap? It's not a whodunit which throws out the appeal of a mystery, and it's also PG-13 which throws out any chance of seeing some genre goods like bloody kills and gore.On top of that, the movie's script is so lazy and undercooked. Nothing is developed so you don't really have a clue as to why or how.... and frankly you're not gonna care anyways. Could this movie be any more dull, I even chuckled when I saw words like "production designer" lol, there was zero evidence of anything resembling design in this movie. Bottom line, Prom Night fails as a horror film, as a slasher film, and as a film period. How do you manage to remake a not so great slasher film from the 80's and do it worse?? Clearly advanced technology and a bigger budget can't buy talent... Not even the smidgen it would have taken to make a simple entertaining stalk n slash.
Rob B (au) wrote: The unofficial true sequel to The Wicker Man.Full of fantastic imagery, sounds and ideas, this woozy dreamscape is set to become an annual Halloween watch in this house. "God hates the Lords of Salem", but I love it.
forcebucket B (es) wrote: Convoluted and tries way too hard.