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victor l (gb) wrote: Kathleen Turner is amazing in this, but the story is not that good, it doesn't feel real and it is on the edge of being a complete mess. Most of the characters are underdeveloped.
Wayne S (ru) wrote: asks the question what if Dr Who's vashta nerada hit earth. Remembrance of Phantoms as well. overall it was enjoyable, 2 things I didn't like. 1. Hayden's character last scene and 2. that there was NO explanation on what was going on. At least Night of the Comet gave us that much as well weird alien flick with the "string dimension" alien destroying everyone (not wasting my time looking it up) Leguizamo is almost always worth a watch, no complaints in this film either. The cast overall is quite good. They kept me watching. The film is worth a viewing but won't be on your favorites list.
Joe J (es) wrote: Former military man Eric (Dunbar Merrill) feels America is on the wrong track, so the only way to make it right is to unleash a deadly toxin in a federal building that turns people into ravenous, crazed creatures who attack anyone because their adrenaline is heightened and they feel everyone is the enemy.I'm sure there's more to this film than that, but I ended up fast-forwarding through the majority if it, starting when I saw C. Thomas Howell's horrible mustache. Seriously, it looked like they got it from a joke shop.
Grant S (br) wrote: Merely a soapbox for a Redford rant. Had potential: an examination of how soldiers' lives are sacrificed to further the careers of politicians. Unfortunately, Robert Redford turned it into a soapbox and gave an incredibly biased and preachy diatribe on the matter.The simple 3-setting, 3 viewpoints, was pretty simple and effective, but gets boring after a while. The military scenario was contrived and unrealistic. Great cast - Meryl Streep, Redford himself, Tom Cruise, Peter Berg, Michael Pena, Andrew Garfield - but they're all wasted, due to the script and direction.Ultimately, a very disappointing movie from a great cast and once-great director.
Justin W (jp) wrote: sweet muffins, this movie is so terrible that it's quite enjoyable. the whole movie and plot is so ridiculous that most folks will have to sit back and laugh. it's got terrible production values, poor acting, and about two minutes of actual zombie footage. the zombies are caused by gazing into a certain characters buttcrack, by the way. but for what it's worth, it can be an enjoyable movie for folks who enjoy horribly made films and/or films with bizarre plots.
Jonathan T (gb) wrote: Oh yeah thats right!
Sara C (it) wrote: wow that sounds really funny
Adam R (de) wrote: Just stupid fun. Completely implausible, but it's an entertaining premise nonetheless. This isn't one of John Goodman's better roles though. At times he was annoying. (First and only viewing - 5/23/2010)
John M (it) wrote: One of the greatest satires ever! Peter Sellers and director Hal Ashby are both in top form. The commentary on the stupidity of politics and politicians is as pointed as it is funny.
Stephanie D (de) wrote: This is a corny old school movie. It sucks you in with out realizing. I love this movie. And Oliva de Havilland is one of my favorite actresses.
Shantel D (ru) wrote: Good, but not great. I felt like they could have fleshed it out more, there wasn't much of a story being told.
Michael H (kr) wrote: Dead Man is an undeniably strange movie, and sometimes it's hard to figure out what to make of it. Filmed in black-and-white with an eerie score by Neil Young, and using contemporary dialogue and mannerisms, Jarmusch's picture has a dream-like quality. It's filled with irony and subtle humor, but contains a serious message about the fragility and uncertainty of human existence. Blake, normally the mildest of people, discovers how easy it is to kill. In fact, he becomes wanted for a series of murders.Johnny Depp has always been willing to take acting chances. From Edward Scissorhands to Ed Wood, Depp has consistently sought out challenges. With William Blake, he breathes life into another in his series of oddball personalities. Depp's Blake is lost and injured both physically and spiritually. Playing opposite the lead actor, Gary Farmer portrays the enigmatic Nobody with a caustic edge that makes him very unlike other Native American movie "sidekicks". The impressive list of actors with cameo appearances includes Robert Mitchum, John Hurt, Gabriel Byrne, Crispin Glover, and Alfred Molina.Even if it accomplishes little else, Dead Man will almost certainly inspire thought and discussion. This isn't the kind of movie that can be digested easily or immediately. This provocative, puzzling movie will stay with you long after the twangy strains of Neil Young's end credit music have faded away.