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Intolerance torrent reviews
Heather W (br) wrote: not the best one but still cute
Amarjyot D (br) wrote: It was my favourite at that time. first movie i saw on computer.
Stuart K (es) wrote: To date, the only film written and directed by Lewis Jackson, this is a low-budget psychological slasher done for $450,000, which Jackson got from producer Edward R. Pressman (Badlands (1973), Phantom of the Paradise (1974) and Wall Street (1987)). It's not "just another slasher film", and it's not perfect, the dialogue is trite and some of the performances aren't very good either, it's still fun to watch. When he was a boy in 1947, Harry Stadling (Brandon Maggart) used to love Christmas, but his illusion of it all was shattered when he discovered Santa wasn't real. Harry now works in a toy factory, where a lot of the toys he makes have a Christmassy feel about them. But, he's constantly bullied by his co-workers, and they don't seem to give a damn whether it's Christmas or not. Then, something snaps inside Harry, and he gets himself a Santa suit, and he goes on a one-man crusade around his neighbourhood of deciding who's been naughty, and who's been nice. Those who are nice get presents, while those who are naughty get something horrible. It's a good idea for a film, it was poorly distributed at the time, but thanks to John Waters, he helped make it a cult, underground hit. It's also a bit of a template for a lot of the psychological horror films you get now, but it manages to be fun and has a few (unintentionally) funny moments.
Yifan C (ca) wrote: Just give it a try, you can always go back to your whatever diet if not satisfied.
t w (ru) wrote: Preachy and slow. It's only redeeming quality is that it's "based" on a true story