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The rise and fall of the "progg"-band "Verket".
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Gimly M (jp) wrote: Normally when low-budget horror takes itself seriously, it is to the detriment of the film, but Stake Land proves that the right script and some flair, it can definitely be made to work in your favour.
Peter P (ru) wrote: Terrible follow up movie with Natassia Malthe making a bad replacement Rayne and a boring slow story, plus the action was lame and the sex scenes were very over the top stupid.
Dan V (gb) wrote: A cinematic masterpiece. No really.
Dawn K (fr) wrote: good romantic comedy
Derrick S (jp) wrote: johnny knoxville is a great actor in this film, the plot is somewhat unique, and it has it's moments.
Eric H (it) wrote: This is one Quirky riot of a mockumentary about a gaggle of fanatical dog show participants and their pedigreed poches.Just a great laugh a minute satire that can be viewed 100 times without becoming dog eared.
Darius B (fr) wrote: A docu-drama that successfully breaks down a Shakespearean classic in to something easily understood. Beautiful.
Blair K (ru) wrote: just finished watching this on youtube and must say i am glad i saw it- it is not for everyones taste but i liked where it is offbeat and jon cryer is fun to watch he is his usual funny/charming self with a badass streak thrown in for good measure :) it is also neat seeing his play against type as a punk and somehow that adds a sexiness to him and also edge- in my opinion he is a punk i would hang out with haha. there is a good friendship between him and daniel roebuck which is believable but daniel did get on my nerves at times. the movie is worth watching for jon cryer and the rest is just secondary :) if you like roadtrip movies i think you would enjoy it as well.
Chris T (br) wrote: Can't believe critics gave this a zero. Cru Jones rips up hell track. The dance scene alone deserves a 100 percent score.
David M (ag) wrote: Definitely a movie of two parts: the slow and plodding earth-bound romance, and the better (if somewhat samey) aerial action sequences. I have to say, though, that those planes seemed to be diving, climbing and generally perfoming more like jet fighters than propellor-driven early bi and tri planes ...
Aaron G (ag) wrote: Such a great premise... wasted before our eyes. This REEKS of an easy to execute Hollywood action thriller. Yet somehow I just didn't buy that any of this was real. I think part of it was my pet peeve of a movie being cast by exclusively beautiful people. The world is not like that, and my suspension of disbelief didn't quite make the same jump that our main character did when he leaped 20 floors.
Tyler J (fr) wrote: Okay This Movie Is GOOD! Marc Webb Did OKAY With The Movie And It's PRETTY MUCH Better Then The Sequel Well Yeah That's True Good Job Marc Webb! HAVE A COOKIE!
Greg N (es) wrote: I'm reviewing this cause my little brother hates Donald Cammell. It isn't the best movie ever made but it does have a scene where the killer straps dynamite to his chest causing his daughter to say "Daddy is strapping hot dogs to his chest."
Jayakrishnan R (ru) wrote: 84%Saw this on 25/9/16Typical Kubrick material that is as cold as cold can be, yet at times it surprises by being extremely gripping. Ryan O'neal gives a good performance as the lead in this cynical and pessimistic film. Though its long and slow, it's never boring.