French experimental film. Has no conventional act but consists of disconnected images (a man practicing fencing on a dock, stairs, a woman spilled a jug of milk, etc.) . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Kaiulani D (mx) wrote: Fantastic insight into the life of a music business legend.
Julie K (fr) wrote: A girl looses her sister and moves. She then goes to a physic to try and contact her sister and releases a spirit of a murdered girl. The victim then haunts her until she investigated how she dies and captures the murderer. Not a original script/storyline, but not a bad suspense thriller. Does have some disturbing scenes and it makes you think who thinks up this sick stuff!?!
Becca B (jp) wrote: Such a great movie! kept me on my toes and wondering what will happen next. The only thing i didn't like was the ending. Will there be a second movie? i want to know does Earl Brooks get caught? also does Jane keep the baby? Does she get caught and go to jail too? How does Emma feel about all this? How does she not know? Where does she think MR. Brooks is every night? So many un-answered questions.
Jess L (ru) wrote: Tragic, yet frustrating watching him throw his life away for drugs.
Diana S (jp) wrote: I don't know what's wrong with me lately. All the movies I think I'll love only end up okay. It could be the movies. It could be me. But anyway, reviews...I thought [b]Vacancy[/b] looked totally tense. Though I'm not the biggest fan of either Luke Wilson ("Blades of Glory") or Kate Beckinsale ("Snow Angels"), neither of them have made it onto The Bus (I'll explain this later"). The movie starts out slow. They are an unhappily married couple with a tragic past. He tries to take a shortcut because the interstate is backed up. The car dies. They have to stay at a creepy motel, all the while verbally attacking one another. During these exchanges, I felt Wilson was channeling Jack Nicholson ("The Departed"). Then it turns out that people are trying to film and kill them in their hotel room. So they have to figure out a way to escape. These two are probably the smartest characters I've seen in a horror movie in a long time. So they've got that going for them. But I just didn't care about them. I felt tense a couple of times, but nothing overwhelming. And the end was okay. Maybe a little too happy. But the opening credits were really good. My husband really liked this, so maybe I just wasn't in the mood. Anyway, I can't really recommend it, but I didn't think it was horrible, either. Just average.[b]Headspace[/b] was a strange movie. It starts out with an excellent creep factor, then goes into what's going on here and ends with a shrug "did I really care after all" feeling. There are several "that guy" actors and actresses including Sean Young ("Living the Dream"?) and Udo Kier ("Grindhouse"), but the two leads were people I did not recognize, nor were they very good. The story follows a young man who begins to have visions and becomes excessively smart after a seemingly chance meeting with a chess player. Then we have to figure out if the demons, who kill everyone around him, are real or only in his head. So, it was sort of entertaining. But not what I would call good.
Terah M (jp) wrote: The animation was very pretty: dreamy and soft; however, the story itself seemed to fall a little flat for me. Nam-woo is a stereotypical growing boy struggling with his best friend leaving for Seoul and his mother's new boyfriend. To escape, he discovers a dream world where he meets a girl named Mari. If you have the opportunity to see it, do so!
Harry W (mx) wrote: Well aware of the standard for direct to DVD Dolph Lundgren films, I went into The Killing Machine simply in hopes of some good action.Shot on a low budget of only $5 million, The Killing Machine is not afraid to show it. It never really feels like a film, and more like simply an extended episode of some television series. The cinematography is essentially the breaking point for this because the entire film is shots in a similar style used to film the CBS television series Person of Interest. For a film, The Killing Machine never really has the feel of one and comes off as seeming really cheap. But then again, considering the $5 million budget and direct to DVD status of the film, it is in fact a cheap production. The cinematography is what constantly reminds viewers of that because everything is captured in such a cheap fashion, and it makes the action refrain from being that exciting because everything is shot way too close up, as well as the fact that it is shaky at times and has some unbearable moments where it makes use of thoroughly poor quality cinematography. The Killing Machine was a film I watched simply in hope of some good action scenes, but that simply was not what it delivered and so it is likely to be very insufficient in pleasuring fans. The story in The Killing Machine is thoroughly generic. It has been told so many times in countless other films that by this point it is very tiring and considering the fact that this time the project is burdened by a low budget, there is little more than can be done with it. The plot is cheaply conceived and the script is weak as well, jam packed full of cliche dialogue and predictable plot turns which seem all the more ridiculous this time around and ensure that the film fails to separate itself from any other film of its formula.Usually, Direct to DVD Dolph Lundgren films can come off as a guilty pleasure due to having some level of fun in the film. But with The Killing Machine, there is none because Dolph Lundgren takes it way too seriously as director. The plot is weak. But Dolph Lundgren's insistence on taking everything so seriously is of no benefit to the film. The fact that The Killing Machine never realises its limitations or focuses on reaching its minimal potential is what defies it, because Dolph Lundgren takes it as too much of a legitimate project while failing to realise his limitations and the extent of his abilities. Dolph Lundgren had low ambitions when directing The Killing Machine, but I made the mistake of setting them the slightest bit high and so my disappointment in the film is all too clear to me. The Killing Machine is nothing but the cheap and boring film everyone expected it to be, and it never makes use of Dolph Lundgren's abilities such as his muscular physique or his physical fighting skills. It just puts a pistol in his had and says "shoot everybody with a suit" and there are few people dressed that way. Yet even then, the film fails to capture this well at all. In short, The Killing Machine has little action and what little it has is of poor quality, so it is a low budget failure.Dolph Lundgren's leading performance is short on killing, but feels like a machine because he is thoroughly artificial without a hint of humour which can be found in his better cheap fun films. The film is reliant on what he can bring to the part on the basis simply of his legacy and hopes his fan base will draw in the crowds. But his fan base is limited, and they would arguably consider this one of the much more inferior films he has done. Dolly Lundgren makes use of none of his strengths in The Killing Machine because his actor is short on any humour and guys directing is poor, but worst of all you never see him using his large stature as a weapon or intimidation tactic. He relies solely on his suit, his pistol and his weak attempt at a bad guy persona. His failure is all too clear and he brings no fun to the part, so Dolph Lundgren really does nothing to help The Killing Machine get off it's already insufficient feet.So The Killing Machine refuses to transcend the standard of low budget direct to DVD action films, and instead packs itself with too many cliche story elements, too little action and a lack of fun from the involvement of Dolph Lundgren.
Paul D (us) wrote: Strong plot backed up with some pretty good performances.
Mike W (kr) wrote: Charlie Schlatter and George Burns are hilarious together!
Tom M (kr) wrote: Telling and incisive documentary film, exposing what Ireland was like at that time...
Karl H (es) wrote: Honestly this movie was complete shit. On my birthday I had some friends over. I very much did not want to watch this movie as the trailer looked shit and the reviews spoke for themselves. I watched it and honestly, now I hate my friends. This movie was so utterly shit and unfunny that I would rather watch, well to be honest, anything, utterly anything else. Do not waste your life watching this movie.
Yang L (us) wrote: absolutely stunning. Almost perfect.
Galvy F (fr) wrote: Accounting, farmers, wheat fields, men and lady bloomers, now & later - when a man's word was enough.