Kaminey: The Scoundrels
The desperate lives of two estranged twin brothers converge over missing drugs, politics, racial prejudice, corrupt cops and an unplanned pregnancy.
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Derek J (de) wrote: promising franchise turns for the worse in a pretentious dialogue heavy lecture on "morality". highly superficial, as they only beat their one line message into their audience into submission without any validation.
Lindsey L (ag) wrote: Deep in the bowels of an abandoned monastery converted into his dead mother's controversial addiction clinic, Brian Carter and his friends begin disappearing when they find the secret his mother kept in the building...While trying to make a new, creepy concept, the plot generally failed due to REALLY REALLY BAD ACTING. I'm talking, these actors knew they were bad and tried to "over-act" in order to seem just okay. There were several other things that made me laugh and cringe. I love movies with creepy kids, but this was one big mistake that should have been aborted.
Peter S (us) wrote: simple but fun to watch the dancing!
Jocey D (au) wrote: It was an amusing twist on a different kind of love triangle. The cast is engaging and played their parts well. Entertaining. In the end she makes the right choice.
Ahmed M (kr) wrote: The story might not be good, but the characters and the movie is somewhat entertaining.
vicki f (us) wrote: very funny aussie movie
Adam W (nl) wrote: One of those fun, shit films
James H (ca) wrote: Fair comedy drama. good cast. Jacqueline Bisset is terrific and well cast. Cliff Robertson is good in a supporting role. There?s nothing really wrong with the film, it?s just bland and it is certainly predictable. It?s is entertaining but quite forgettable as well.
cynthia m (ag) wrote: [font=Trebuchet MS]In the past week i've seen [i]The Great Escape, When Harry Met Sally, La Retour de Martin Guerre (The Return of Martin Guerre) [/i]and[i] The Magnificent Seven[/i]. Under normal circumstances, I would probably have never voluntarily watched these films, but for different reasons I ended up seeing all of them. And now i have come to the conclusion that Steve McQueen is a cool guy. I mean, who else would be so daring as to sneak around in white pants in the middle of the night while trying to escape from a German PoW camp? And what sort of cowboy would still be so calm and laid-back, all the while wearing a peachy pink shirt? Steve McQueen, that's who![/font][font=Trebuchet MS]All the films i've seen in the last week have been pretty good. The only one i found rather painful to sit through was [i]The Return of Martin Guerre[/i]. I had to watch that as part of my Film & History course and i felt it was quite a slow-moving film. It had it's interesting moments, but it still wasn't enough to incite a liking of the film from me...Sorry Martin Guerre :( [/font]
Ryan V (it) wrote: Cushing's Baron is completely unsympathetic in this film. He's lost whatever humanity he might have once had. His further descent into debauchery and madness is the selling point though. We don't need much of a monster in this one; Frankenstein himself is the monster this time.
Screen N (ru) wrote: The scene where the hobo melts into the toilet is over-the-top and amazing, and pretty much sets the pace for the entire film. Interestingly, the director Jim Muro went on to be cinematographer for such high-profile films as Crash (2004).
Evan J (mx) wrote: It pretty much sucked, except for the las 20 minutes.
Luca D (au) wrote: Se si riesce a non ridere i primi 10min per via dei costumi e delle scenografie imbarazzanti ci si ritrova in mano un gran film! Ci sono degli evidenti limiti tecnici (dovuti piu' al budget che alla bravura del regista) ma il film e' molto interessante sia come atmosfere (tiene alta la tensione pur essendo del 1965) sia come storia che di per se' il finale non e' gran che, ma anticipa molto i tempi e gia' qua si puo' scorgere il filone zombie che qui chiamano vampiri ma sarebbe piu' corretto zombie (peccato che Romero non avesse ancora fatto il suo famosissimo film). Guardandolo alcune scene ricorderanno il primo Alien (ad esempio lo space jockey e' copiato al 100% da questo film), infatti Lo stesso ridley Scott ha ammesso di essersi ispirato al film di Bava.