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WS W (ag) wrote: Another 1 split into 2 pieces.Part I is slightly better, whilst part II pales actually.Overall is still overlong & exhausting however.
Robert H (au) wrote: This film has garnered some new attention since Cory Monteith has achieved some popularity thanks to his role on Glee. Having him in the buff in Bloody Mary doesn't hurt it's viability on the rental shelves either.Bloody Mary, as you might expect from the title, uses the old urban legend of bloody Mary in a mirror and saying her name until she appears. Instead of the cliche highschoolers saying it into a bathroom mirror during a party and getting killed one by one, this film takes it a step further. Bloody Mary was a real person who was staying at a psychiatric hospital. After a bad turn of events, she apparently died in the catacomb like tunnels that lie beneath the institute. Using the urban legends that have evolved from her death, this legend has turned into something of a reality. Mysticism combines with quests for power (and evil) in this horror thriller film to create a whodunnit of ghostly proportions. Of course, it doesn't hurt to have a bunch of good looking actors who often like to take their clothes off in your movie either. Combined with a decent amount of the red stuff (blood was sure a major portion of the budget), Bloody Mary goes more for the visceral than the suspenseful to create it's scares.
Jeffrey L (ag) wrote: Hmmmm. This one had me bored stiff less than half way through. The story didn't really go anywhere and it took its time, as well.
Taylor E (mx) wrote: ir wuz da best movie Eva
Praveen D (br) wrote: In the old days, after a few frames, perhaps you knew where a film was headed. You didn't mind, because you would like to see how it indeed got there, or whether there was a twist in the tale. Even if there wasn't, you were charmed, many times, by how the film got to where it was headed anyway. In French Kiss, you suspect early on that Meg Ryan and Kevin Kline are headed for love. Again, you didn't mind, you wanted to see how they get there. At the end....you're charmed, enchanted. Movies haven't changed much over the years. Except that we've lost our sense of being charmed, enchanted, especially by the predictable. It doesn't matter if you can guess the ending - it's the getting there that counts in French Kiss :)
George K (it) wrote: An utterly charming film.
Akshay N (kr) wrote: Abagnale not abagnalee
Carlos I (kr) wrote: Probably my favorite of the "gates of hell trilogy". Lot's of crazy gore and absurdity. The ending is totally confusing though.
Richard S (mx) wrote: Just one of the chapters in the greatest documentary ever made.
Dina P (nl) wrote: I WANT TO WATCH THIS MOVIE