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Walter M (fr) wrote: In "Girls against Boys," college student Shae(Danielle Panabaker) is dumped by her older boyfriend Terry(Andrew Howard) when he returns to his wife. It is little consolation when he tells her that there are plenty of guys her age out there and plenty of anger when she finds out he also has a daughter. In order to cheer her up, her co-worker of two weeks, Lu(Nicole LaLiberte), takes her clubbing and drinking. But when Simon(Michael Stahl-David) takes Shae back to her place, he ends up brutally raping her. "Girls against Boys" may have decent cinematography and a talented lead actress in Danielle Panabaker. But there is no disguising this run of the mill exploitation movie, and one that takes forever to get started, too. That's not to mention the lack of three dimensional characterization, especially regarding a lead character who comes off as feckless more than anything else, even with her travails. And as little a fan as I am of the police, it is hard to buy them as insensitive and incompetent as they are depicted here, especially once the bodies stop dropping.
Julien C (gb) wrote: Actual rating: Felicity Jones/5. This felt like a French movie :|
Girish B (es) wrote: entertainer....surya unstoppable
Stuart Deckard W (kr) wrote: Brilliant, hilarious, profound and witty, I loved this film. Some of the best world cinema I've seen
Mike M (ca) wrote: Doesn't lack for flash, all desaturated colours, woozy slo-mo and scratchy vinyl recordings of Appalachian rockabilly; it could easily be mistaken for a campaign for a new line of Levis, perhaps called Rednecks or Psychosis. Still, the film is held together by a demented Gothic weirdness that derives in part from the nature of the story, in part from the full-throttle intensity of acting and direction. In the end, it may only be one of those Bundy or Dahmer biopics made by someone who knows how to wield a camera, but in its vision of low-rent, destructive, and eventually self-consuming celebrity, it's as close to an authentic B-picture as the UK Film Council have backed recently; it's also almost certainly a shoo-in as Nick Cave's favourite British feature of the year.
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Jamie C (ag) wrote: Very good intense action film, Very well acted and very well done, Just a little slow at the start and seemed to drop the pace allot, Was hoping for a better ending too.
Simon D (kr) wrote: Prior to watching this I'd heard that it was one of the worst movies of all time and that it was about scientology. In my opinion, it wasn't either, or if it was about scientology, then I am still none the wiser about what those nutters actually believe in, surely this isn't it, is it?
Sophie C (kr) wrote: Totally weird. Un des films les plus bizarres que j'ai jamais vu. Mais extrmement bien ralis, avec de trs bons dialogues !
Mark T (mx) wrote: The only thing I can think that would be worse would be if my stepmother was a MAN!
Letitia L (ag) wrote: Dazzling, frenetic, audacious and insane. This movie gave me at least half a dozen things I had never seen in my life. You feel kind of dazed and blinded when it's over. My partner tells me that the anime series Neon Genesis Evangelion is even better and darker than Akira though... to which I replied "How the heck can it be darker than this?!"
Private U (nl) wrote: Mifune gives an interesting, ranged performance.
Alex S (br) wrote: The journey definitely takes its toll on the women who are traveling to California, but it is then when they show their true strength. The fact that this movie really showcased the independance and strength of women is the aspect I like most, especially since it was made in the early 1950's, when women were portrayed so differently.
Arseniy V (au) wrote: The medium-sized budget shows, but nothing here struck me as particularly interesting.