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The A (ca) wrote: If there was one word to describe Dolphin Tale 2, it would be "unnecessary". Certain elements for the film work, like its reflective moments between human and animal interactions. Other parts seem like padding. There's really no point in continuing the story, and trying to just seems painful.
Mark C (nl) wrote: A juvenile delinquent gets a work release job with at the city coroner department... high jinks ensue, but Austria is close enough to the Eastern Bloc that the high jinks are appropriately soul crushing.
Robert H (de) wrote: Japanese people don't seem to know how to make ordinary dramas (really, Asian people for that matter). Everything tends toward the melodramatic and, in a lot of cases, hyper-violent and gory. However, for most of its run time, COLD FISH remains rather restrained. Only in the final act does this movie really go over-the-top in such a way that it ruins what could have been subtle shocker. Still, the journey to the end is one worth taking. The story concerns a mild-mannered, nebbish man at odds with his family. As a consequence of his daughter's shoplifting, he is brought into contact with a man who, while admittedly weird at first, shows himself to be something else entirely. And as the movie progresses, this put-upon man is pushed to his limits. I thought everything about this movie was excellent, from the production values, the performances, the soundtrack, etc. Shion Sono has quite a pedigree and by and large, this one doesn't disappoint either. The only fault it really has is that it's about 30 minutes too long. There were a couple of detours/plot points that don't really go anywhere, and the ending was a little too protracted to be believable, considering what came before it. The average viewer might be put off by the gore, but to be honest there's not as much of it compared to other movies coming out of Japan. Definitely for fans of extreme Japanese cinema, but maybe this might not be a bad entry point for those new to it.
Ryan M (es) wrote: Potentially amazing film, with not enough heart. Good ending though!
Diego F (gb) wrote: Large Water Corporations+World Bank= No Water Left
Wayne C (gb) wrote: Every film fan must see.
George R (kr) wrote: I knew it was going to be stupid, but I caught it on TV since there wasn't anything else to watch. It's highly inappropriate even by PG-13 standards.
Jerry C (kr) wrote: Salma Hayek and Colin Farrell in this movie are way sexier than Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt in Mr Mrs Smith. Im very sure about that. One of the greatest love movies. I really fell in love. Very real, authentic and stylish. Salma Hayek proves again to be a great actress and Collin Farrel thank you for give life to this wonderful character and made it so well too, we need a performance like that because he was getting bad. Ask The Dust and Tiggerland are his very best performances.
Guillaume B (nl) wrote: C'est le mme genre d'ambiance que dans la tele serie omerta.
trina b (nl) wrote: i love this movie my fav
Tony P (jp) wrote: Great low budget British horror/exploitation film from the mid 1970s. The subject being cannibalism (shocking!)The cast including the main star Sheila Keith put in top drawer performances added to clever film making by other crew members.Director Pete Walker shocked with all his films in this period. He was rightly renowned for his anti - establishment film making that shocked some of the liberal press and censors of the time.In this film we see what can happen when mass murderer's are released early. In this case only 15 years after being sentenced to treatment at a mental institution. It brings sad comparisons to real life cases such as the Bulger kilkers and the Moors Murderers pleas for clemency that were often championed by do-gooders such as Lord Longford. The film has aged well and the print I watched was excellent quality unlike The House Of Mortal Sin, Walker's next film.Watching this gem has made me want to watch other Walker work including Die Screaming Marianne and House of Whipcord.
Dave J (es) wrote: Tuesday, August 27, 2013 (1975) The Return Of Street Fighter DUBBED MARTIAL ARTS ACTION The second of three Street Fighter movies from Japan starring karate actor Sonnny Chiba as Terry paid to kill some people just in case they leaked any information about the syndicate's illegal practices which has something to do with harassing clients for the construction of buildings. As soon as they ask Terry to kill one of his respected masters, he declines and the syndicate try to kill him next. Although this set up has been done many times before, it is only the backdrop to showcase the gory violence Terry and foes inflict on each other. This movie also includes characters from the first movie as well as old enemies. 2.5 out of 4 stars
Matt (kr) wrote: Fucking ridiculous. Says something that a 10 year old acts better than most of the adults in this film.This is the film that Black Samurai wanted to be so badly.
Justin J (fr) wrote: there are A LOT of fedoras here..
Mike S (de) wrote: Icons don't get better than Bruce. Script is bogus - everything else is top dollar.
Matthew B (gb) wrote: A movie that I thought was going to bad turned out to be a pretty damn good film. Megan Fox is still not the greatest actress on the plant and in this movie she still plays that actress who can't act but she knows she can't.
Jesse O (mx) wrote: I've come to the realization that one of my favorite things to do, even though I've done it twice, that I can think of, is ordering pizza and then watching a campy 80s horror movie. I remember doing it with Fright Night a year or so ago and I had a lot of fun. I don't know what it is about the combination of pizza and an 80s horror movie but it's, honestly, a perfect combination. With that out of the way, I reviewed the remake on here and I thought it was a terrible movie. Just terrible. I don't honestly remember much of the film itself, other than I hated it, so I cannot really compare the two. But, by and large, it's similar with the exception of the reveal of who the villain is. I wouldn't call this movie good, at all. Nor would I even go as far as to call it above average. But, you know what, I had a blast watching this film. I don't know what I could say that was good about this movie. Because I think its camp-heavy factor come from the fact that the movie 34 years old. Who knows. Maybe this was considered campy even back in the day, but I somehow don't buy that. Not that I think it was taken all that seriously either. But yes a lot of these 80s horror movies have a certain charm about them that makes them a lot of fun to watch regardless of whether they're actually good or not. And I think this is the perfect example of it. It's probably the type of film that would work best watching with a group of friends so you can spend a good time laughing with and at the movie. The film itself isn't actually incompetently made, far from it. It's just that everything surrounding that, the story and the acting, are honestly a little goofy. The thing that sucks, however, is that the version on Netflix is the version that was edited for theaters to avoid an X rating. To think of how far horror movies have come that the thought of this movie getting an X rating in this day and age just seems laughable as shit. There's, apparently, a 99 minute version of the film that was the original edit of the film. This version has never been released on VHS or DVD and apparently was aired only once by a cable channel. But, and this is probably true, a lot of that is probably expository. I'm sure the 99 minute version is gorier, but I doubt that there's 9 additional minutes of violence in the film. I don't think there's enough violence in the film that there's a conceivable way that the 9 minutes that were cut out were 100% gore. I'd still like to see the original cut of the film however. I can't really say much else, honestly. This isn't a good movie and it's probably tame by modern horror standards, but it's so campy that I honestly had a lot of fun watching this. It's just an easy film to watch and it'd probably be even more fun if you watched this with a group of friends. Not good, but I would recommend it as a silly Netflix watch.
Andrew S (us) wrote: Not a bad movie. Plenty of laughs.