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David D (kr) wrote: Terrible on all points!
Ethan S (fr) wrote: Odd Thomas (Anton Yelchin) truly lives up to his name. He lives a mostly normal life working as a line cook at a diner in Pico Mundo. His girlfriend Stormy (Addison Timlin) works at a local ice cream shop, and everyone who knows the couple agrees they are meant to be together. But Odd has an unusual gift that constantly complicates his simple little life. Odd can see dead people.The film opens with Odd seeing the walking corpse of a young woman. Rather than ignore the dead, Odd follows their lead and acts to bring justice to the people who killed them. In this case, the young woman leads Odd to the man who raped and killed her. Odd confronts the man, chases him through a stranger's house, and finally knocks him out. The police chief (Willem Dafoe) knows about Odd's gift and the two often work together to bring wrongdoers to justice, In return, the chief does everything in his power to keep Odd's gift a secret.One day Odd has a vision that is worse than anything he has ever seen before. He sees the faceless bodies of people in bowling shirts calling out to be saved from a gunman who kills them all. When he sees a strange customer at the diner surrounded by bodachs, invisible creatures that feed on evil and the suffering of others, his worst fears are confirmed. A terrible tragedy is about to take place in Pico Mundo and Odd is the only one who knows about it. Working off his own psychic visions, he must piece together the fragments that he has seen to form a clear picture of what is going to happen. The safety of the entire town depends on it!Directed by Stephen Sommers (The Mummy, GI Joe: Rise of the Cobra), Odd Thomas is a fairly faithful adaptation of the Dean Koontz novel on which it is based. The quirky, sometimes hodgepodge tone of the book is a great match for Sommer's aesthetic. Yelchin is the perfect choice to play Odd, and the supporting cast of characters do a nice job in bringing life to this difficult story. Like the book, the narrative can often seem disjointed leading to a lack of focus to the main plot. The end of the book contains an emotional punch that does not translate as well to film. Some things just work better on the page. Still, Odd is a unique character, and it is fun to see him race against the clock to save the town that he loves. This film was mired in controversy as a dispute arose between some of the financers. Unfortunately, this delayed the theatrical release and severely hindered any promotional efforts. It was released on Netflix earlier this year to little fanfare. I would encourage any fan of mysteries, thrillers, supernatural fiction, and genre defying stories to check out this gem of a film.
Karen M (it) wrote: I received free tickets to see this at ACMI on Friday night so I dragged my work buddy along to it. This was a bizarre yet strangely captivating documentary about George and Mike Kuchard, two underground film makers. These two oddball brothers had a unique take on filmmaking and many of their films are underground and not of the norm. This documentary (made by a former student of George) shows their eccentricites, the laughter and the sadness that seems to plague them both. It's hard to tell if they are joking or serious in this docu but both like to talk nonstop. Their films seem very strange and over the top and hilarious. If you are into B Grade movies and the underground movement that you will enjoy this documentary.
Josh S (de) wrote: A unique concept with some of the worst execution you will see in a film. It's most notable flaw being its dreadful sound design. Yes, you will stop watching simply to remove yourself from the pitiful score.
Kathy D (ag) wrote: Bad seance, live broadcast, and the acting was mediocre. I watched it anyway.
Noe (nl) wrote: badass... just... badass!
Joaqun S (de) wrote: Sorvino es lo mejor de la pelcula, el guin es algo flojo. No de lo mejor de Allen.
Cam E (fr) wrote: The other 3 Superman's were very enjoyable. This one on the other hand is a big disappointment. It is such a boring film. It is an extremely cheap film where the acting from Mark Pillow is terrible. Looking at director Sidney J Furie's other films he is an awful director. Richard Donner or Richard Lester should have directed this film. J Furie didn't deserve the opportunity to direct this. It is poorly done I wasn't interested in the plot at all. Clearly the script writers didn't think on how Superman IV should have been. Plans were made to do Superman V but that never happened. Maybe it was best not for that to happen. I had a terrible feeling that this film was going to disappoint.
Grayson D (kr) wrote: One of Williams better films but the script lets it down at times.
Patrick F (gb) wrote: The only way this could be improved would be for the actors to speak English and sing a lot of songs in 3/4 time.
Daniel R (kr) wrote: Lame sequel has Griswold family winning a trip to Europe, where they wreak havoc and get into more complicated adventures.