Invasion of the Body Snatchers
A small-town doctor learns that the population of his community is being replaced by emotionless alien duplicates.
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Alex S (ca) wrote: I would be delighted if the filmmakers so chose to make the main character the Indian version of James Bond. Engaging material, and not the least due to its little idiosyncracies that I can't quite tell are intentional. Some beautiful street filming of Calcutta, and the directing keeps the pace chugging along. Also, how many conspiracy thrillers have you seen starring (badass) pregnant lady hackers?
Andrew K (fr) wrote: Please be forewarned: The black guy on the left of the movie poster is borderline IMPOSSIBLE to understand - It is nothing short of a miracle if you are able to make out even one word he says throughout the film...
Somik R (fr) wrote: I could deal with it until the interval. This movie should have ended there and would have gotten more stars from me. Too long, and got boring toward the end.
Lisa P (fr) wrote: One of my all time fav movies.....
Juho K (de) wrote: En ole nhnyt viel alkuperist Poseidonia tahi sen uusintaversiota ja siksi olikin mielenkiintoista katsoa jatko-osa nin alkajaisiksi, koska kuitenkin tiesi suunnilleen mit edell on tapahtunut. Tm seikkailuhan sijoittuu siis samalle laivalle, joka on jo valmiiksi nurin.
George M (kr) wrote: Operatic and over-the-top at times but with great otherwordly photography and good acting.
Pavandeep S (es) wrote: I have nothing against the propaganda elements in here, film is ultimately one of the finer forms of agitprop invented, a disassembling of the greater kind, but consider that when you hit the scene where the father starts to lambast the son for his weak-willed and utterly emotional decision and you know something is wrong. Ozu has a canny way of capturing moments and that one stuck out like a sore foot that was rarely seen in his other films. But it was very engaging, one of his more engaging in fact, at least for me.
scott t (ru) wrote: I like the new one better.
Graydon B (ca) wrote: Another pretty terrible christmas film, but another so bad-its-good film. Watch the MST3K or Rifftrax versions though
Isadore H (au) wrote: A fascinating character study with a legendary performance De Niro. A bit slow in the middle, but unquestionably a masterfully made film with lush cinema photography and impeccable direction by Scrosese
Al M (mx) wrote: In most ways, The Tooth Fairy is horror cinema at its worst: horrible acting, atrocious cinematography, cheesy writing, etc. But I must give it credit for its brutal death scenes. They look cheesy because the special effects work is sub-par, but the ideas are truly brutal and disturbing. And while it is poorly implemented, The Tooth Fairy's basic premise is good enough and could have made a great little supernatural slasher film. It fails, but it is still a somewhat fun little film if you enter it with little to no expectations.
Dustin G (es) wrote: An oppressively uncomfortable watch, Martyrs shoots for the skies of extreme cinema and occasionally hits the mark. Some say it's pointlessly cruel, others say it's a revelation and possibly a game changer, others still don't see what all the fuss is about. Whatever your opinion one thing is for sure: this is a heavy movie with heavy themes and violence which feels all too realistic. But it's also very, very well made and bravely acted. And it deserves credit for that.
Rob M (ru) wrote: Great horrors are as rare as a white buffalo. Celebrate them.