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logan w (de) wrote: this movie was hilarious and amazing funny comedy movie had me laughing for hours lol
Paul D (gb) wrote: Fine situational drama born out of the Vatican's most important election process. There's a lot of emphasis placed on the new Pope's struggle to come to terms with what has happened to him, however the incidental stories of the Bishop's killing time whilst they wait for their new leader to appear provide a humorous balance to proceedings.
David S (ag) wrote: Janssen's good performance isn't supported by the increasingly predictable, Rounders-lite plot. Her character's entire scheme seems desperate (okay) and ill-conceived (not okay, given the character).
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Craig M (us) wrote: Really great Xmas film, supported well by songs at the end
Amanda F (mx) wrote: This was a perspective changer for me. To say that this movie effected me greatly would be an understatement!
Ray J (mx) wrote: Really enjoyed this one when it first came out because the topic as and still is to this day very amusing.
Patryk C (kr) wrote: The most haunting of all of Bergman's films. While it's not as greatly appreciated as his other hit titles, Hour of the Wolf proves to have an overpowering energy, which allows the film's core substance to reflect on the connexion between mental illness and demons that haunt us within. Through the story utterly surreal about Johan, a painter possessed by evil illusions, Bergman wanted to make the viewer realize what it really means to be a self-centered artistic persona in the ever-changing world. Johan isn't able to sleep. While awake, he imagines all the strange and despicable people, who he later introduces as demons to his frightened wife. She, on the other hand, contemplates on one specific possibility: when two people love each other very much, they can actually share the same dreams and thoughts, merging their deepest fears and needs, ultimately leading for the two to become a unified entity. Max von Sydow and Liv Ullmann give truly believable and positively eerie performances, as the pair bound for a forthcoming psychological downfall. The film creates a very nightmarish and sombre atmosphere, assaulting the viewer with perfectly horrifying and distressing images. Even though Hour of the Wolf won't necessarily attract a broader audience, it's still a fantastic and refreshing twist to an exemplary gothic horror tale.
Roger C (de) wrote: One of the best by the team