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Knox M (nl) wrote: The Giver is a stale and cheap ripoff of THX-1138 and Brave New World. 0/4
Brandon V (ru) wrote: Its pitter-patter, minor tone provides a calming plastic-wrap shell for Cera's madcap shenanigans.
Donna L (fr) wrote: I thought this was more of a thriller so I found it slow. But overall I liked the feel of this movie.
Bansheeu (ca) wrote: Gong Li and Leslie Cheung in top form. Dark, Disturbing and brilliant.
Ryan D (ru) wrote: This movie's hilarious. Explain how critics somehow managed to enjoy "Juno" and find this film unfunny.
Orlok W (ca) wrote: What a WWII movie should be--A Nation Mobilized!!
Liliane S (fr) wrote: Slow beginning. To me, the movie gets more interesting after the second half.
Kenny N (ca) wrote: It's ending has gone down in history as one of the all time most infamous and shocking in all of cinema. But there's a lot more to this than that. For the gorehounds, there's plenty of gruesome kills. But there's also great acting performances from the cast, most of whom are amateurs. The kids are very realistic (unlike that OTHER famous horror movie set at a summer camp.) A must see for horror fans.
Brian R (de) wrote: There is much in this film to admire - a clever script, brooding and eerie cinematography, the way in which it taps into the cold war paranoia of the 1950s. My main problem, one which proved sadly insurmountable, is the casting of Brian Donlevy as The Q Man. This is many different shades of wrong. He plays Quates like a hardboiled Baltimore cop in a second rate film noir when what the part needs is someone (preferably English) with a quiet authority who can get across the scientific hokum in a believable way. Still great fun though, especially when the astronaut starts to transmogrify into a cactus