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Kitchen Stories

A scientific observer's job of observing an old cantankerous single man's kitchen habits is complicated by his growing friendship with him.

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Alex r (es)

Definitely worth checking out if you love nature gone wild horror films. That may sound a tad silly, but there's enough serious material at work on-screen to make this one a standout horror feature. Razorback is a great film with a truly unique villain, a giant razorback wild boar. There are plenty of bone chilling moments to be had with this one, and Razorback is one of the most surprising Aussie films of the 1980's. This is one of the darker films I've seen in the genre, and in turn is among the finest as well. Director Russell Mulcahy opts to direct a more serious film that we've previously seen in this genre, and gives us a movie that generates the tension, with good performances and a memorable creature that creates the carnage. In the nature gone wild genre, there have been many great films, but Razorback is exceptional. The film is aided by terrific atmosphere, which add to the enjoyment and tense experience of the picture. In terms of killer creature films, Razorback is a stunning film that definitely warrants a view from viewers that enjoy films such as Jaws, Piranha, Alligator and countless others. This is a well crafted film that is sure to please genre fans. Mulcahy would later direct the cult hit Highlander, but Razorback is one of his standout films. There are some pretty good performances here and director Russell Mulcahy crafts a solid horror picture that steadily builds up the fear in the viewer. Razorback is a stellar film in the genre, and there are some truly chilling scenes before all the carnage caused by the razorback itself. There have been plenty of great movies in the nature gone wild genre; many of them bring original thrilling ideas to the screen. I've seen my fair share of films in this genre, and this is one of the most memorable pictures in the genre. Razorback is one of the best films in the genre. Creature feature films are always a good bet when it comes to deliver terrific mindless entertainment


Ben D (gb)

Great cast, and lots of twists and double twists


bill s (ca)

this is just god awful bad. . . . . . Some movies are so bad there somewhat good


Graydon B (fr)

Not a terrible sequel, but lacks what made the original awesome!


James H (de)

15 minutes being edited out would do a lot for the film. It has moments of greatness as well as scenes that make you wonder why it was in the film. It's a movie of extremes, sometimes going for slapstick comedy and other times deep melodrama. Odd little film, appealing performances by Salvatore Coco and especially Sacha Horler is a big plus for the film. 5/10. 5


James S (kr)

It has slow motion violence that's similar to, but nearly as good as, the elevator sequence in Drive, and in the end all these comparisons are inevitable but unfortunate because I'm spending the whole movie thinking off all these movies I like more than Dredd. In the end it was unfortunate this film came out after The Raid because you can't help comparisons, the action in the raid is beautiful and balletic and brutal and exciting, where as in Dredd it's more like the head explosion in Scanners but slightly less fun, only slightly though. And the film looks beautiful, if a bit over saturated, that may have been what they were going but for me it just doesn't work. However he has done something right, all the best dystopian stories, from Blade Runner to 1984, just have a very personal, smaller story set inside a larger world, and they use that to help realise the world they're in properly, which is why the trapped-in-a-highrise conceit works so brilliantly. , Sunshine), but I feel like maybe his script didn't quite understand that the over the top violent aspect was what people loved about the comics which may have caused some confusion. . . I do love Alex Garland, (Ex_Machina, 28 Days Later. In truth it really does seem like Karl Urban and the filmmakers were the only ones in on the joke, because the violence is incredibly over the top in a very Robocop, Total Recall, Paul Verhoeven way. For example Lena Heady, (Game of Thrones) is great as the villain in any other movie of this type, she does play it incredibly straight, so when she's on screen with Dredd it makes for an interesting dynamic but for most of the time she just comes across as not quite as funny as Jack Nicholson in The Departed. The problem here is, is that when the film wants to be serious it feels incredibly flat. When you want to kill someone selling someone else's drugs on your turf what do you do? You skin them, drug them with the film's drug of the week slo-mo and drop them from 200 stories. When they want to eliminate the judges what do they do? The break out the mounted gattling guns and take out a whole floor. And in the end I think that means the Robocop comparison really isn't that far off because like Robocop this is some macabre comedy that in the way of Evil Dead II, gets a lot of it's comedy just from how over the top and campy it is. The Judge himself, Karl Urban, knows what the character is and his history, and plays up the gruffness and the chin to absurd levels, that verge on the comedic. Now this isn't the first movie based off of this property and my god is this film better then Judge Dredd but then again I don't need to tell you that because well, it's really not hard to be better than Judge Dredd is it? For a start Dredd never takes off his helmet. It's actually quite good, but it's serviceable at best. Let's just get this straight, the film is not bad. It's not bad, but it doesn't elevate the material it's riffing off in the same way as something like Pulp Fiction, Reservoir Dogs, or The Cabin in the Woods. Ok so it might be Training Day meets The Raid with a dash of Blade Runner thrown in, and a tonal whiff of RoboCop and High-Rise, and that would be fine, if it was as good as, if not better than, these classic films. Not the most revolutionary plot in the world, but then it becomes further complicated by the two of them becoming trapped in a high-rise on a drugs bust, and the residents are turned on the judges. It follows Karl Urban, (Star Trek), as the titular stony faced judge, tasked with taking a first timer out into the real world for assessment. A dystopia that isn't also a YA novel, (seriously Hollywood The Hunger Games and The Hunger Games: Catching Fire were good but why keep bothering?). Dredd is something that we don't really see a lot these days


Nathanael T (br)

Probably one of the best