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Huw G (au) wrote: Classic sci-fi that still stands up, though could feel a little slow and long building - although that might be intended to make us think about movies responding to the fantasies people want to live through them.
Ugi S (ca) wrote: When "Twilight" saga ruined the horror of werewolf, thanks to "Wer" forsuccessfully bringing werewolf-film back to right track : brutal,terrifying and thrilling. Despite of predictable plot from the middleuntil the end film, "Wer" is unexpectedly excellent and interesting towatch, with half of this story enriches by the mystery element. If youthink found-footage film's always being horrible in plot and executionsuch as The Devil Inside or Paranormal Activity's franchise, believeme, "Wer" is different case. I think "Wer" is the best found-footagefilm since "Chronicles" hits box office in 2012. At the end, I must admit that "Wer" makes werewolves scary again,brings it become the best werewolf film since "An American Werewolf InLondon". I gave it 9 stars out of 10.
Jorge A (kr) wrote: Cmo matar una excelente novela en la pantalla grande? Ac un ejemplo
Conrad T (au) wrote: Makes me wonder why people are making sequels like this. Running out of stories. Crap.
Jams G (ag) wrote: an intriguing glimpse into the process and struggle actors go through. naomi watts is breathtaking.
Clifford P (nl) wrote: The revolution is certainly my boyfriend.
Brody M (jp) wrote: Really good movie of a young couple on the run after the husband takes a dirty cops $$$ & Christian Slater was GREAT as the dirty DEA agent.The movie didn't end the way I was hoping & it's not something I'd watch more then once but it's worth checking out if you're looking for something to watch
Adam W (ag) wrote: So badly made is this film that during the many "locker room" scenes you see fighters that have already been killed wandering around the background. Still, for a stright to video action movie it ticks many of the right boxes.
alan d (fr) wrote: alot of kick n punch frm chuck
Dave B (fr) wrote: This is a gentle and at times hilarious portrayal of a wealthy New York family in late Victorian times. The central charatcer is Mr. Day, the well-meaning tyrant of the home, and the incredibly amusing interactions of the family. A great family movie, well acted.
Nagvendra S (de) wrote: Much better than I expected. This one triumphs in its 80's comedy-horror glory and leaves you laughing harder than you bargained for. Its nonsense, weird, gory with a very bad dubbing and post production. That is what makes it the amount of fun it is.
Adam R (jp) wrote: A much better sequel than Beneath the Planet of the Apes was. This time the apes get a taste of what Earth was like back in the 1970's. It was an interesting premise. I was glad to have Roddy McDowall back as Cornelius. Kim Hunter goes out with a bang as Dr. Zira. To me she is the face of the series, and will be missed. (First and only viewing - 9/21/2014)
Gorkey G (ag) wrote: A deeply felt movie. Quite creepy though.
Garrett C (es) wrote: It's a interesting mix of genres. A western movie with comedy and some great Rodgers Hammerstein songs that are laced through the whole thing. The dream sequence was far too drawn out and distracting from the main plot more then it should have. Despite its many flaws it still stands out as a great musical in an different setting.