Inland Empire

Inland Empire

An actress's perception of reality becomes increasingly distorted as she finds herself falling for her co-star in a remake of an unfinished Polish production that was supposedly cursed.

A blonde actress is preparing for her biggest role yet, but when she finds herself falling for her co-star, she realizes that her life is beginning to mimic the fictional film that they're shooting. Her world starts to become nightmarish and surreal. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Juli N (es) wrote: If you're looking for a decent plot you won't find one here! What you will find is some fairly decent fights!

Adam R (ag) wrote: (First viewing - Spring 2009 in theaters)

Laurence P (gb) wrote: Nightmare Detective isn't very original. It's sort of like a Japanese version of A Nightmare on Elm Street which it shares a lot of similarities with. Plot points are under-explained (how the killer enters people's minds while they sleep, the logic behind how this happens etc.) while the script seems to be convoluted at times. Some of the unanswered questions that need to be resolved may be answered in the sequel that's set to be released. The movie still works as a horror movie, even if it's not perfect.

Jessica H (ru) wrote: THe ideal makes for a good horror flick, but everything else falls short


Ka Hay C (nl) wrote: most stunning part of the movie is the Japanese actress.

Alex B (ca) wrote: This movie is amazing. I can't think of a better way to gain an appreciation for traditional stop-motion animation than watching this flick.

Jorge T (ru) wrote: want to see for free please

Burton (ca) wrote: Not my favorite of the Blind Dead movies, but I'd say it's on par with the second best, Tombs of the Blind Dead. The pacing is a little testing at times, but all in all, the atmosphere, and visuals make up for any other flaws.Return is still my favorite BD movie.

RiP M (nl) wrote: Lesser Truffaut serves as the blueprint for "Kill Bill". Straight-up revenge fantasy is stylish but for once director has nothing pithy or wise to impart.

Evelyn L (ru) wrote: The two main characters lacked any chemistry, and I wish they would have developed the friend group more.

Kong L (br) wrote: "EGOTISTICAL | SASSY | SOPHISTICATED | SPUNKY | WHIMSICAL" (82-out-of-100)

David S (jp) wrote: The highlight of this film is the tremendous acting, with the rare quality of its entire cast being uniformly good (there isn't a weak one in the bunch). Jonathan Pryce is the stand-out as he gives an emotionally-riveting performance as the murderous Fallon, though Stephen Rea is quite effective as well as his accomplice Bloom. Add in a rich atmosphere and a haunting musical score and you have a rather captivating film. Admittedly, it's substance is rather shallow as the screenplay doesn't fully explore its characters enough, and the direction by Freddie Francis is rather flat despite good production design, but this is one case when the acting elevates the film above its muddled material. Recommended to fans of period dramas, gothic atmosphere, or good old fashion horror tales.