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Kyle B (br) wrote: Little flair or charm in the way the story was told, but very effective and efficient storytelling. Not going to stick with you, but also not going to bore you.
Joe H (ca) wrote: Independent film. Gritty look. Sandra cameos as opposed to stars.Silly premise.
Pradipta D (jp) wrote: The most beautiful version of Snow White story I've ever watched.
Orlok W (ru) wrote: Brassy, overblown Irwin Allen version of a classic tale--Dino Cheese!!
Caleb C (au) wrote: pretty good, but not great
Michael M (ru) wrote: Good for the most part, but wildly uneven. Not a comedy despite the advertising.
Martin D (de) wrote: Really good romantic comedy,can wach this a few thimes..When the writer Owen unexpectedly travels to Los Angeles to meet his beloved girlfriend and actress Chloe in the set, he discovers that she is cheating him. With a broken heart, he returns to New York and his friends Diane and Jack arrange a blind date with their maid of honor Nadine that has just broken her engagement. Owen and Nadine do not like each other first, but later they become best friends and Nadine secretly falls in love for him. On the day of Owen's birthday, they have one night stand, but on the next morning Chloe returns to New York and calls Owen that has to come up to a decision.
Nicolas M (ag) wrote: Nunca cre que un automvil asesino pudiera ser tan divertido, la simple idea me pareca absurda.Me retracto por completo
Spencer P (kr) wrote: Shows the drama of poverty when taken down the wrongest road, in a well-acted though discomforting period piece.
Candice H (br) wrote: one of the best i have scene.
Andika Y (gb) wrote: I thinks this is a great film which teach all of us how to save our environment to children and grand children. As simple as that.
Cory T (es) wrote: This was meant to be Showtime Network's equivalent of the Tales from the Crypts serials. The EG Comics influence is melded with John Carpenter's Spartan gallows humor immediately with the rockabilly keyboard score. Carpenter is the emcee of three ghastly tales and he is clearly effervescent in the ringleader role of the morgue attendant. He guzzles formaldehyde and makes sardonic remarks directly to the audience about the "arriving departed" like a Rat Pack lounge singer. It's a shame the show wasn't greenlit for more seasons. He desecrates corpses with a nihilistic lightness of touch and he moves like Danny Kaye. The first segment is The Gas Station, a Hitchcockian story about a new employee at a gas station. Carpenter plagues the viewers with the fear of claustrophobic isolation where the customers could be unhinged and there is no backup for miles. Mostly though, it is a sluggish litany of in-jokes to Haddonfield, a David Naughton (from 'An American Werewolf in London') appearance and a voyeuristic cameo by Wes Craven which is amusingly leering nevertheless. It basically recycles the vexing customers of 'Clerks' with a highly transparent paranoia twist. The next segment, Hair, is more openly facetious in tone. Stacy Keach is a vain gentleman with rapidly thinning follicles and he is obsessively looking for alternatives to his issue. It's a debatably superior step above the previous yarn and Keach is vulnerably tongue-in-cheek with his quiet desperation of hair restoration via therapy tapes and dye treatment. It is ebullient when he rejoices happily in front of the mirror with his new Stallion hairstyle and it's an astute social commentary on the impotence of bald men. The final vignette is Eye, which is the most taut of the three. Mark Hamill is full-tilt hammy and this could've been his audition for the Clown Prince. None of these stories are particularly innovative but the actors are unanimously stupendous. Overall, this failed pilot is a ghoulishly mischievous standalone feature but it doesn't ascend to the top tier of anthology films.
Drew M (ru) wrote: 4 Stars. Oyelowo is fantastic in this. Others give worthy performances as well, but Oyelowo's somber performance really shined a light on a side I always really wondered about someone in MLK's position. He did an excellent job conveying MLK's deep inner existential crises he went through during this stage of his life. I have some bones with the editing of the film and people over doing their accents but there's really not a lot that is negative about the film and it's craft. Very well shot and competently directed. It's nice to see a film with real conviction.
Stephen B (es) wrote: Complete and utter garbage.Plan B should have been subtitled.