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Robert B (it) wrote: Inkubus (Glenn Ciano, 2011)Glenn Ciano's debut film, Inkubus, is not all that great, though in hindsight it is leagues better than his followup, Infected. But then he's starting from a pretty good place: casting Robert Englund (Nightmare on Elm St.) as a demon who walks into a police station during the night shift and starts confessing to almost seven hundred years' worth of crimes. Why this station? You'll find out eventually, if you stick around long enough. Whether you will want to or not depends entirely how you feel about Robert Englund; this is his movie entirely, and if you feel he's good enough to carry it, then you'll probably like it. I was less impressed. * 1/2

Terelon S (jp) wrote: This movie was boring, dull, dreary, listless, and very dead. This movie had no redeeming qualities at all and not even half the first movie was. It wasn't bad in a good way it was just bad. I'm wondering why did they wait so long to make this movie.Sharon looks good but very enhanced. The leading man in the movie was very stuffy,wooden and had zero chemistry with Sharon. I really had high hopes for this movie and thought to myself that it can't be as bad as everyone says it is. I was wrong. Please stay far away from this movie as you can. It's a complete waste of time and forgettable.

Frank D (au) wrote: saw late one night on HBO and havent watched since. but remember it being a very silly but entertaining comedy

Kwam B (us) wrote: clowns don't scare me, but this movie tried to test me on that. i loved it a lot and i watch it all the time and tatyana ali was good in it, too.

mona e (ru) wrote: i adore this movie... one of the great romantic comedy movies i've ever seen...:D

John B (nl) wrote: A tour de force for Lemmon. Consider this to be a bridge between the early great comedic work and the really marvelous dramatic work of his later career.

Abel D (de) wrote: A rather low key satire of sports and the promise of fame, 'Racer' may not be as humourous or endearing as some of Ritchie's following work (Smile, Candidate), but strong performances from Hackman and Redford and phenomenal camerawork on the slopes, especially for the time, can still be admired.

Byron B (jp) wrote: nominated for best foreign film at the oscars

Kevin N (de) wrote: One of Val Lewton's weaker films, sluggishly paced and directed my Mark Robson. The movie never quite ignites, though it is chock full of good ideas and scattered chills. The biggest problem lies in its cast; Karloff aside, the rest of the actors are unappealingly dull, and Anna Lee fills only the pompous side of her character, never attaining a sympathetic dimension. Worse is Richard Fraser- the Quaker- whose characterization is flat as a board. However, there is enjoyment to be had, and to watch Karloff at play in an infinately gorgeous 18th century asylum is a joy. There is no doubt that even the less spectacular entries in Lewton's career are still admirable pictures.

Brian P (it) wrote: A little of everything, war, western, drama, comedy...well written and directed story.

Pam B (br) wrote: love this one. even my son said it "wasn't bad for an old movie"! (kids!!!!)