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Megan P (fr) wrote: did wolfood always show so much pecs?
Steve Z (au) wrote: Started off in a unique manner. Had the makings of a good story, but then lost its bearings and became too sci-fi, with terrible graphics, abhorrent dialogue, and nothing in the way of successful writing. No suspense, no scares. This should have been more, but was nothing else than a waste of time and an excuse to eat pizza before a big screen.
hector p (kr) wrote: I saw this movie while at Field Training to evaluate leadership in some of the characters and i honestly couldn't keep myself awake. The movie is very boring and the acting is terrible. The story is very important and for that reason alone i didn't kill this movie on the rating. If you are going to watch it make sure it is midday and you dont feel sleepy.
Nabarko M (it) wrote: Cool con movie!!If you blink, you'll miss it!!
Craig R (jp) wrote: Along with "Date Movie" and "Dude, Where's My Car?," this is one of the three worst films I've seen.
Ross E (ca) wrote: Yes there are huge plotholes, but when was the last time you saw a low budget b-movie that delivered on the action front like this. Louis Morneau should have got big studio work from this.
Ronnie W (br) wrote: The late Jim Allen's screenplay is superb.
Donnie B (kr) wrote: A solid film about forming connections with ourselves and others. Hurt and Matlin are electric.
Brad G (mx) wrote: "Money isn't dirty. Just people." Fred MacMurray (a long way from My Three Sons) plays a rundown detective who falls not only for Kim Novak's beauty but also for the boodle of rotten dough her scumbag boyfriend recently bank snatched. MacMurray is just a sucker and you can't help but feel sorry for him as his murky world quicksands around him. And Novak is just awesome as the dame who apparently doesn't really care all that much for the cash--which is kinda a fantastic twist on the femme fatale character. Not the classic that is Double Indemnity (or My Three Sons) but it shouldn't be ignored either. VF.
Ilja S (de) wrote: First Blood is a well acted, action packed survival adventure, with a dark tone and great storytelling.
Victor T (nl) wrote: When it comes to horror, there are some directors that are considered "horror masters" (even if some don't deserve the title) like: Dario Argento , Clive Barker, Alfred Hitchcock, Tobe Hooper, George A Romero, John Carpenter, Sam Raimi, and Wes Craven. But even if some directors truly deserve the title, one director that I really consider a master of the genre and of psychological thrillers, is the Canadian sociopath who goes by the name David Cronenberg. Max Renn is the president of a controversial TV station that specializes in shocking imagery (from pornography to extreme violence). Max wants to find something new that would push boundaries in order to provide a new experience to his viewers, and in his searching he finds his perfect program called "Videodrome", but this program is more than meets the eye. David Cronenberg is undeniably the ultimate master of the body horror subgenre, and an extremely talented and visionary director, so it is a challenging task to decide what is his greatest film and I would say that title could arguably go to "Videodrome". "Videodrome" counts with Cronenbergs stylistic and heavily thematic directing, a extremely peculiar and interesting story, solid acting, unforgettable/shocking surreal and gruesome visuals that have aged well, it has some doses of campy comedy (I don't know if that was intentional), themes that are still relevant and are executed marvelously thanks to the visual style that Cronenberg is known for, characters that are disgusting but extremely interesting, dialog that's extremely peculiar but it works perfectly with the dark environment, heavy use of symbolism, and a creepy and disturbing atmosphere that will alienate some people but that's the objective of horror (to make you uncomfortable). My big issue with this peculiar body horror film is the last 13 minutes. Up until that point the film was this psychological body horror film that had symbolism and well executed themes but then it mixes reality with the main characters psychology thus becoming this unnecessarily violent resolution that takes you out of the experience. "Videodrome" is a disturbing and smart horror film that has its doses of campiness, but it is unforgettable, deep, and arguably Cronenbergs masterpiece. If you enjoy horror film that aren't mindless or well made dark satires, this is a must see for you; but if you are into general slasher/gore fest films, you should avoid this one as you will most likely find it boring.
Shaelyn H (au) wrote: Great movie! It's funny and a movie you can watch repeatedly. Not great for younger kids but good for teens and adults. About a dysfunctional "family" that smuggled drugs across America and has problems trying not to get caught. Funniest movie I've seen!