Look Back in Anger
A disillusioned, angry university graduate comes to terms with his grudge against middle-class life and values.
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Nathan M (ag) wrote: For a horror anthology to be good there has to be some ingenuity, creativity, and some scares that work better in the short term. The film series V/H/S seems to understand this, but ABCs of Death is only interested in gory thrills, hyper sexual perversity, and/or gross-out comedy. There were a couple of segments that were somewhat interesting, and at least this time there were some interesting takes on animated horror. However, since ABCs of Death seems most interested in making your stomach turn and playing on all of the weird perverse thoughts in your head, it never really is an enjoyable horror franchise. Instead, it just makes you feel bad about watching it.Horror works best when you're either jumping in your seat, riding on the edge of it, or rolling off of it in laughter. Either way, you need to be thrilled by what's on screen, and in on the joke with the filmmakers. With ABCs of Death, you either feel bad for watching what you're watching or you don't want to enjoy what's going on.
Johannes J (de) wrote: Steve Stark, Councilman: "He can act and he can sing and he can dance. There's only one other person in the world who can do all that, and that's Barbra Streisand."
George N (jp) wrote: Classic Kurosawa! With all the beautiful shots, costumes and back-stabbing feudal Japan. It's what you have come to expect from him.
Simon B (ca) wrote: This is pretty funny.
Bruce B (it) wrote: A very good film from 1951 about the British in India, and how local tribesmen provide iformation to the British and how a young white boy posed as a India National for years and also helped in providing value information to both the British and other tribesman. A excellent film from that era. 4 1/2 stars
Laura L (ca) wrote: Yes it's awkward and a little slow, but it's also charming, life affriming, and garunteed to put a smile on your face.