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Kaitlin L (gb) wrote: DO NOT WATCH THIS! I REPEAT, DO NOT WATCH THIS! I AM NOT EXAGGERATING, THIS WILL END YOU SANITY! IF YOU SEE THIS ON THE INTERNET, RUN!
Stephen M (mx) wrote: Dialogue lacks authenticity. The story exploits rape while at the same time marginalizing it. Interesting cast but they had a poor script to work with.
Brian C (de) wrote: Enjoyable biopic of te American serial killer Henry Lee Lucas. Much in the vein of Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer, this movie follows the adventures of Henry and Ottis on their killing rampage. This movie takes place in flashbacks as Henry answers the questions of reporters and police trying to determine what, if anything, Henry was telling was the truth. His stories contradict, but he tells his stories in such a way that everyone seems to fall for them. Very well done. The acting of Antonio Sabato Jr was really good.
Jonny B (es) wrote: 'Stuck' was a nice surprise. There's kegs of blood but that's not what makes this Amicus produced and Stuart Gordon movie great. The drama that surrounds the main event is every bit as interesting as the horror details. The characters are self-absorbed, callous, morally bankrupt, pleasure seeking humans with feeble minds. 'Stuck' manages to please horror fans, have some humour, and show the vanishing morals of todays youth.
bill s (es) wrote: Hurt is excellent as a detective torn between truth or government as he tries to solve murders in this well done thriller.
Eric B (kr) wrote: John Hurt and Susannah York are a happy couple in some small English village. Burly, intimidating Alan Bates wanders into town, fresh from 18 years in the Australian outback. He sidles his way into the home of Hurt and York, and starts touting his exotic knowledge of Aboriginal magic. The film's title is somewhat misleading, because the plot's thrust is less about the deadly "shout" Bates has learned -- don't expect a typical horror movie about someone with fearsome, supernatural powers -- and more about him using a subtle hex to lure York away from Hurt.There's an extra layer of ambiguity, because the story has a framework of Bates telling the story while scoring a cricket game in an insane asylum. So, it's unclear whether it really occurred or not. And seemingly, Hurt and York are both involved with the asylum -- but it's not clear whether they are the same people from the town, or perhaps two wholly different people whom Bates just conveniently inserted into his tale because they happened to be in his sight. Or at least, this was not clear to me. Plenty of fodder for debate here.The film also includes some incidental intrigue for music gearheads: Hurt is a church organist who's also an avant-garde composer. So, we see him recording all sorts of everyday sounds (flies, marbles rolling on tin, puffing a cigarette, bowing fragments of a tin can, etc.) and using vintage effects boxes to warp them into eerie sounds. Furthermore, the soundtrack is by Genesis's Tony Banks and Michael Rutherford, and the music's close relation to Banks' concurrent "Wind & Wuthering"/"A Curious Feeling" material is unmistakable.This is a movie that practically demands to be seen twice. So much understated imagery that is deceptively important -- you'll see some little object early in the film, having no idea it will be pivotal later. Then it arises again, and you think "Wait, where did I see that before?" Watch closely! It's a slightly irritating film due to a somewhat leaden pace and Bates' pretentious intensity, but it's well worth seeing.
Johannes R (us) wrote: 14.2.2011 Fellini in his neorealist period. Obviously an influential film - its impact on both American Graffiti and Mean Streets is clear. The film is very slowly paced, perhaps too slowly, but it does capture a period, a moment of a generation.
Saayaya K (kr) wrote: This movie was okay - it wan't too bad!
Justin M (kr) wrote: Great short with no speaking. I can't wait to see the full movie.
Duncan K (mx) wrote: The concept of a look alike taking the place of the president is of course unrealistic, but that isn't the point of the movie. Dave is just showing its audience a case of someone helping people while knowing he will never receive any credit for it, simply because he genuinely wants to make the world a better place. There aren't many things greater than that and Reitman's direction and Kline's performance capture it perfectly.
Russ B (gb) wrote: 10/23/2015: A pretty decent zombie flick and possibly one of the better ones out there. The cast is pretty average, but they did well.
Dolores H (es) wrote: Strange movie about delusion, depression and obsession. Emma 7/10. Lucy 6/10.
Kelly M (it) wrote: Loved the movie very much. I cry everytime i watch it. I can watch it all day.
Andrew L (es) wrote: Probably the best war film of recent years