In the 1960s, British painter Francis Bacon (1909-1992) surprises a burglar and invites him to share his bed. The burglar, a working class man named George Dyer, 30 years Bacon's junior, accepts. Bacon finds Dyer's amorality and innocence attractive, introducing him to his Soho pals. In their sex life, Dyer dominates, Bacon is the masochist. Dyer's bouts with depression, his drinking and pill popping, and his satanic nightmares strain the relationship, as does his pain with Bacon's casual infidelities. Bacon paints, talks with wit, and, as Dyer spins out of control, begins to find him tiresome. Could Bacon care less? . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Randy T (ag) wrote: More like a college class project than a feature film. Cute but uninspired.
Ken P (kr) wrote: Ultimately, I like it. Mostly because of the complexity and combined perspectives of the war. Italian, German, and American. But there is even more depth... Young and Old. Black and White. Love and War. Myths. Drama. Betrayal. Senseless tragedy. Mystery. But it is this volume of topics which makes it difficult to follow... And at times it seems to wander. Not so sure it was tied together as good as it could have been... But that also could have been a point. The ending... though well intended seems a bit cheesy and cliche.
Andres G (jp) wrote: Really interesting movie that starts with a hilarious first half an hour but that it is unable to keep the level until the end.Still, it is worthy to be watched.
Don S (de) wrote: This prequel is typical vampire vs werewolf fare with great performances by Nighy and Rhona Mitra but not much else. Sheen unnecessarily overplays his part . The effects are good too. However, there just isn't much point to the story and it doesn't move the franchise forward. Money grab.
Harvey M (mx) wrote: Great. Perhaps though a modern ON ANY SUNDAY film would've been even greater. (considering that Bruce Brown's son made it)
scott g (fr) wrote: gabriel burn, stuart townsend and thandie newton play cons, who bring jamie foxx in on a deal, but whenhe blows money, that belongs to a mobboss, there plan gets a little more complicated, and a showdown with a card legend, played by stallone could bring them big money, id never heard of this, and although nothing new or original, it goes okay, all concerned put in good work, and nice to see stallone acting properly. twists and turns are throughout, sometimes predictable, but its all handled nicely
Tim M (mx) wrote: While, the movie is visually pleasing and chilling, it takes certain leaps to fulfill it's narrative that leave you scratching your head. If you believe Depp is a competent investigator you won't have an issue, but he plays early like he's a scared bumbling fool. Depp carries the film despite some spotty dialogue and the supporting cast does just enough to make this solid. If Burton had tightened it up a bit it could have been truly amazing.
Heather M (gb) wrote: The evil child finds a friend and the mayhem continues. This was another schlocky, fun movie from my childhood.
Simon P (fr) wrote: Angela is back - without a penis but she's still totally nuts! Silly summer camp slasher sequel, classic 80s.
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Chuck S (gb) wrote: Ridiculous movie. Shame on you, Frankenheimer.
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