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Yudi J (us) wrote: nice visual... dont know if this really has a concept or no... this short movie also remind me of a PC game Machinarium, sad and surreal...
Adam W (jp) wrote: not as good as the other 2
Calvin R (ag) wrote: Resident Evil: Apocalypse good sequal, but it lacked in a lot of things. Entertaining non the less.
Phillip G (it) wrote: I Wanted Something More. So Much Expectation Though Ultimately Let Down.
Timothy S (de) wrote: Few movies from my childhood made a bigger impression on my young psyche than "Motel Hell." but it hasn't aged well over the years. It's billed as a horror-comedy and that is definitely true, but unfortunately, there's more comedy than horror despite the horrific nature of the story.Much of this, too much in fact, is played for laughs. Rory Calhoun and Nancy Parsons are a lot of fun in the leads, but that also works against the film because you never really take them seriously as a danger or a threat. Despite the awful things they do, they remain more comedic than terrifying.There are indelible images in that that I remember so well from my youth, such as those burlap sacks over the human heads in the garden and the chainsaw-wielding pig from the finale. Those moments are still very effective, and the showdown at the end is very original and skillfully shot. In fact, the entire film is so absurd and one-of-a-kind that I can honestly say that I've never seen anything quite like it before. It's so bizarre that you wonder how it ever got released by a major studio.The premise is terrific, and you can't help but laugh at it, but I imagine movie-goers at the time falling for the deceptive trailer that set this up as pure horror. They must have felt some of the same disappointment that I felt after seeing this again after all these years. Still, "Motel Hell" is worthy of your time if for no other reason than to relish its uniqueness and brazen originality. However, a little dash of the realism that was so common of horror films of this era would have been welcome.
Shane D (de) wrote: A weird mix of Monty Python, This Is Spinal Tap and early Saturday Night Live cast members, this is quite the oddity. Clearly riffing on the Beatles and taking cues from Spinal Tap its a fairly humorous and often silly little effort. One of the early mockumentaries at a time long before their proliferation. Comforting to know George Harrison also had a lot to do with this and as was the case in Spinal Tap, the original "rip off" songs referenced throughout are actually pretty decent not just as Beatle-esque songs but as pop songs themselves.
Sgt C (mx) wrote: (93%)One of the finest films ever made about the rebellious spirit of man, which is perfectly cast by both super cool Paul Newman and George Kennedy in the lead roles. Newman's low dialogue, yet not exactly silent role, is filled with subtle brilliance as you know exactly what the guy is thinking and feeling every single time he appears on screen, which is something beyond the control of both the writer and director, it's just 100% Paul. The movie is one of great memorable moments such as the mass egg eating scene, the road sanding scene, and the brilliant part in which Newman sings a few lines of plastic Jesus that shows exactly how he's feeling more than normal spoken words ever could. This is a superb film, and anyone who considers themselves even a small fan of cinema should watch this at least once in their lives.
Samantha S (it) wrote: dated but still damn funny - Dean Jones was gorgeous!
Tanner B (de) wrote: -IGNORE THIS RATING4/4One of the most underrated films of all-time is really one of the best of all films. Magnificent adaption of William L. White's Novel set during WWII, of the dramatized account of the role of the American PT Boats in the defense of the Philippines during the war. Direction, acting, score, photography, screenplay, all great.
Jesse F (ca) wrote: The only thing this movie has going for it is that it has Sam Elliott in it.
Bruno S (nl) wrote: Sure, it was a Blade Runner knockoff at the time, and a bad one at it. But as the world changes and technology evolves, this movie (or rather, the prophetic predictions it makes about human-computer interaction) becomes more and more relevant over time. PS: Especially to professionals in the ever-evolving field of interaction design. Data gloves and VR? I have to give this 3.5 stars at least, just for predicting the future with such uncanny detail, like few other movies did.
Paul D (de) wrote: The story doesn't quite make sense, but the irreverent characters, actions and dialogue make up for this. There's plenty of appealing 'B' movie style to this.
Mirkku S (br) wrote: Definitely the worst movie out of the whole Lord of the Rings franchise. Watched it twice and decided that I never want to watch it again. It is so bad.
Jesse O (fr) wrote: If you're one of my close personal friends, then you would know that the first music genre that I came to love was heavy metal. It all started when I was 11 years old and I heard a Metallica song off this live album they did with an orchestra. I bought that live album and fell in love with them. After that, I bought all of their records, yes including Load and Re-Load (this was before St. Anger came out). I fell in love with their earlier albums, much like everyone that was a fan of them at that point. My exposure to Metallica opened me up to this genre that I knew very little about. The more I listened to it, in my teen years, the more I fell in love with it. Metallica is certainly the most influential band in my life to my current tastes as a 28-year-old adult. They're not my favorite band, not even close, but they opened me up to this world. And it's a world that I've sort of fallen out of grace with. Not cause of any one particular reason, I just found that it's a bit dull to listen to the same type of music over and over, so I feel I'm more open now to various musical genres . Now I like a little bit of everything, but my heart still belongs to metal. So, realistically speaking, it was obvious that when I had access to Deathgasm, I was gonna watch it immediately. Plus, I always love movies that embrace the more sillier aspects of their concept. Realistically speaking, you can't do this type of film without going all out. Going halfway would just be cowardly. But, if I'm being entirely honest, the film doesn't really get going until the band, the eponymous Deathgasm, play this song that, literally, brings about hell on earth. I don't know, I just felt the film was a little dull leading up to this. It has all the usual stuff of Brodie being bullied because people think he's a satanist due to the music he likes and how he dresses. Which is like assuming that anyone who likes country is a homophobic, racist piece of shit. He has moved in with his uncle, aunt and cousin as his mom tried to suck off a Santa Claus in a crowded mall. He becomes friends with this older kid that got expelled out of school and they start a band. Shit keeps happening, not gonna go into detail, that leads them to getting this black hymn that they then turn into a song. This songs brings hell and this is where we left off. I don't know, I just felt like the first half of the movie kinda dragged and it got to the point where I was just waiting for the shit to hit the fan. When it does, however, it does not let up and the film turns into quite a fun ride of blood, gore and heavy metal. I'm not gonna say it's a really fun movie, it's not quite at that level, I just felt it wasn't consistent enough, but I do feel that horror fans will like a lot of what this movie has to offer. Metal fans will eat this up for sure. The movie is well-written, it's not super hilarious, but it does have some good lines and there's an actual character 'arc', per se, for the Brodie character. He's not the same guy at the beginning of the film that he is at the end. It's not great or anything, but there's at least ome character development. The acting is solid as well, so no complaints there. The one thing is that, now that everything has happened and hell has come on earth, there is room here for a sequel, that's actually already in development. I feel like they can go some really interesting and goofy places, I imagine a situation where Brodie and his girlfriend have to go to hell for one reason or another. The potential is there and I expect a sequel to be better than the original, just cause everything has been established and you don't really need to set everything up as much. Sort of like how Dead Snow 2 was a considerable improvement over the first film. With that said, this movie isn't without its flaws, but once it got going, I came to enjoy this movie quite a bit. It's not perfect or anything, but it is a fun genre film, so I'd recommend it.