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Adarsh N (it) wrote: Cute story about this little naive'man' who'll do anything to get back his donkey. great cinematography.
Leo L (mx) wrote: An extraordinary movie that marks the day of several characters' lives in the event of a protest.
Namir G (us) wrote: - It's like From Dusk Till Dawn, but a little gorier, and has Henry Rollins instead of Salma Hayek. This is acceptable to me.- Ok. 5 people in the bar just died very terribly, everyone's screaming, and the 72yo barfly's like "Meh. Tuesdays."- Oh my. His face just kinda...went away.- The name of the shotgun behind the bar is called "The Judge."- This movie is funny as hell.- Not that part. That was gross even by my standards.- "Relax. We have a shortwave radio."- Ok. I had to pause it to write this next part out. Everyone inside the bar just discovered that the 2 monsters outside terrorizing them are now having sex doggie style outside. Barfly dramatically clicks her keyfob to end the car alarm caused by the monster's shenanigans.- Oh, he doesn't look so good. I think he's, well, I think he's dissolving.- The pretty girl completely soaked in blood, got naked to clean off, is soaked in blood again. I see a theme here.- "What're you gonna do? Throw your teeth at em?"- Henry Rollins is now talking all righteously motivational...while wearing pink sweat pants.- HAHA! The "dead" woman they decided to wire with explosives as a distraction is now kind of alive. #rookiemistakes- That's...different. The monsters are now using Henry Rollins as a battering ram.- And, sports fans, if you'll note that halfway through the movie, the barfly has quietly put out her cigarette and locked herself in the walk-in freezer. The only person at the end of the movie that can claim being alive, no blood on her, has all her limbs, and hasn't fired a gun.
Tomy W (jp) wrote: Incredible story, fantastic charachter developement, great directing and dialogues. One of the best movies of all time.
Amina S (de) wrote: I LOVED this movie. It is so funny but confusing kinda in the middle. Everyone should watch this.
Jeff O (ca) wrote: So after my Suicide Squad review, I got some constructive comments like go into more details, have punctuation, and have less run on sentences. I took this all into account and have decided to spend more time on my review instead of writing it in 10 minutes at a pizza parlor. You may have thought that was going to be my only review, but unfortunately for you im bored again. But as I said i took some of your comments into account and will hopefully supply a review that your all acceptable with (cough cough sam). For today im taking things way back to 1994, the time of terrible music and outfits but what about movies. the movie im reviewing today is called in the mouth of madness. if you don't know anything bout nothin this is the third and final movie in john carpenters apocalypse trilogy. The others being the thing which is one of my personal favorites, and the prince of darkness. While there are no actual connections between these movies, the premise of these films is that some lovecraftian force is threatening to destroy the world. ill be writing reviews on these other 2 movies but decided to start with this one. Why. Fuck you thats why. well lets get into it. This movie is fucking insane. im not saying it's insanely bad. Im not saying it's insanely good. Im saying this movie is fucking crazy, but with a name like in the mouth of madness and a director like John Carpenter i guess i can't be too surprised. The movie stars Sam Neill but I'll be referring to him as Dr. Grant because thats who he'll always be too me. So in this movie Dr. Grant plays an insurance investigator who questions everybody's story. (just full warning there will be spoilers like a motherfucker so SPOILER WARNING). The opening scene starts with Dr. Grant being taken into psychiatric holding and being placed into a padded cell. While in holding Dr. Grant is plagued by visions of unknown creatures, and visions of the world coming to the end. I actually enjoyed this start and had some decent build up. What are these creatures, How did Dr. Grant end up here, and what do all these visions mean. Dr. Grant is the only one is the movie that i think gives a passable performance. the female lead played by Julie Carmen in my opinion was just terrible and weird. Her character would change personality every other scene and when her character goes mad her performance is laughable. But lets continue.as we learn through Dr Grants retelling of the story, it all starts with the disappearance of popular horror writer Suter Cane. According to the story Suter Canes writings have led his more disturbed fans to be driven insane. As Suter Canes new novel is closed to being released his fans had been going crazy waiting for it, forming mobs, starting riots, smashing up your local barnes and noble. Enters Dr. Grant who has been hired by Suter Canes publisher to find him and the manuscript for his latest novel. As Dr. Grant tries to learn more about Suter Cane he starts to read some of his books, and this is where we see the visions start for Dr. G. and we are shown these visions by Dr. Grant having a dream within a dream within a dream and within yep you guessed it another dream. Through his continued reading of Suter Canes novels, Dr. Grant discovers a map of New Hampshire with the location "Hobbs End"(which is where most of Suter Canes stories take place) in the middle of the map. Dr. Grant deduces this must be where Suter Cane is and sets off on the road to find him. But he also has to bring Carmen along because i guess shes Suter Canes editor. Up to this point i thought the movie had some decent build up but when our characters arrive at the infamous Hobbs End, thats when the story starts to unravel. And it becomes hilarious.One of the first things we see when we arrive at Hobbs End is a group of zombie children chasing a dog around, and a bunch of quick scenes or "visions" of just random shit like a kid riding his bike and then become really old, or a cop with a fucked up face beating up a homeless man. these scenes are in here to make us think "wow something weird is going on here," but we already knew that and these scenes are left unaffective. And thats basically just the rest of the movie, just a bunch of random weird shit. Like the towns people who all have guns are scared off and torn apart by a pack of dogs, or when we see an old lady that keeps her husband chained up and naked. There is a part in the movie where a lady just runs up to Dr. Grant and says fuck you and i firmly believe that was the movie telling us hey you stuck through this long your not gonna back out now, your here till the end bitch. But i have to say the biggest dissapointment in this movie is the special effects which was probably one of the best parts of Carpenters the thing. And you know they knew it was bad as they never had a solid look at the creatures in this movie and the lighting makes them barely visible. i was honestly really dissapointed in this movie and John Carpenter and so im gonna give it a 3/10
Allan C (kr) wrote: This is one of my favorite Stallone action flicks and I think it deserves more respect. Written by the man behind "Heathers" this is witty and rather subversive action film, satirizing the action film cliches that Stallone had a major hand in perpetuation. At the same time, this film was produced by Joel Silver and is very much a big budget action flick. The story set up is ripe for satire, taking a stereotypical 80s action film hero (Sly) and villain (Wesley Snipes) and then kitten them against one another in a peaceful utopian future where violence is a thing of the past and something you can only find in museums. Snipes is in a "cryo prison," where prisoners are frozen in ice, but manages to escape during his parol hearing. The utopian future knows nothing about this type of criminal, so they unthaw the the cop, Sly, who originally put Snipes away back in the day. The film could easily have been a fairly straight sci-fi action flick, but the filmmakers take every opportunity they can to ridicule Joel Silver style of action films (mocking tough guy quips, twisting action film cliches, and generally making Stallone look like a buffoon any chance they get). Still, the film also celebrates and revels in it's brutish action and action film tropes, so even thoough it's spoofing the genre, it also delivers the goods and also the cliches. There's the hard nosed future police captain, Bob Gunton, who scolds Sly throughout the film. Syl is also paired with the an mix matched partner, played by Sandra Bullock. For me, this is the type of light comic role that Bullock is best at. Probably this film or her part in "A Thing Called Love" are my favorite roles she's played. Wesley Snipes is a typical over-the-top action film villain, who unfortunately borders on the annoying. However, you also get Nigle Hawthorne as the shady leader of the future utopia, who apparently only took this part to prove he had screen charisma so the filmmakers of "The Madness of King George" would let him reprise his stage role at the title king. You also get Benjamin Bratt, Denis Leary, Bill Cobbs, Jack Black as a "Wasteland Scrap," Jesse Ventura CryoCon and even Adrienne Barbeau doing the voice of the Main Frame Computer. I looked up director Marco Brambilla to see what else he'd done and his only other feature film is an Alicia Silverstone comedy and a TV mini-series. He's apparently a video collage and installation artist, so maybe film production wasn't his bag, but it's too bad because his clearly had a strong (and witty) visual sense and was also able to craft some exciting action sequences. Overall, I think this is a underrated Stallone action flick and I'll give Sly props for being willing to poke fun at himself in this role.
Matthew L (mx) wrote: One of the all time great prison escape films, light on character development but more than compensated for with an unrelenting air of tension and a slow steady build to an unshowy escape.
Andrew F (ca) wrote: Michele Dotrice at her best, before Some Mothers do 'Ave 'Em (OK, mustn't forget Pamela Franklin). A classic British thriller from 1970 about the sexually motivated murder of girls cycling in the vast flatlands of northern central France. Probably everyone my age has seen it on telly, although only those with superb memories will be able to name it. Written by Brian Clemens (The Avengers) and Terry Nation (Dr Who). Directed by Robert Fuest (The Avengers). More bright and colourful than I remember it from when I last saw it 40 years ago. Excellent print, widescreen. The location is perfect, as the flat landscape and endless roads convey the girls' sense of isolation perfectly, as does the French language (if you don't know it). It inadvertently adds a little xenophobia, but that has to be accepted. No character is above suspicion, even after, close to the end, we work out the truth (our heroine should be able to, but...).It is deliberately very slow to create and add to the suspense and unease, but it is probably too slow in places because psychological motivation sometimes seems lacking. Three or four close-ups are out of focus, which is amateurish - you focus on the eyes, you don't measure it with tape and then let the actors lean towards the camera so that their shoulders are in focus and their heads not! It is a tour de force of thriller technique, but really it lacks any other dimension, and I don't think I'm going to feel the need to watch it again for another 40 years, so I can't give it 5 stars, sorry!Mini spoiler:I can't work out the point in Paul's destroying the film, is he a dubious character, or is it just a directorial blunder?
Andr D (au) wrote: El primer film como director del gran Luchino Visconti es una de las primeras incursiones al movimiento Neorrealista y ademas una poderosa adaptacion de la novela "El Cartero Llama Dos Veces" de James M. Cain. Aunque la version norteamericana de 1946 sigue siendo una adapatacion superior, esta cinta, pese a cometer el pecado de extralimitarse en su duraccion, presenta una direccion solida, unas grandes actuaciones y una trama que logra penetrar en la psicologia de sus personajes.
Alex K (fr) wrote: My Favorite Comedy Film Is 1933's Duck Soup.
Matthew L (au) wrote: When the Hoff out acts everyone you know your not watching high art. Occasionally gory, but the majority of effects are terrible. As for poor Linda Blair, yep once again she gets possessed. You know your in trouble when a film is listed with multiple titles in an attempt to loosely tie it to any franchise. One for curiosities sake only.