Naming Number Two
A matriarch organizes a feast with her family, in which she will name her successor.
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Sean M (it) wrote: 'Seven Psycopaths' has many one dimensional characters. Some you warm to and some you don't. Although, absolutley stellar peeformances from Christopher Walken and Sam Rockwell. Rockwell always shining in roles he's given.The strength of this film is it's dialogue. Sharp, witty and impeccably timed. This is the only reason to see this film.Believably witty banter with unbelievable characters
Bryan B (de) wrote: 3 reasons.... 1. Anton Yelchin is an amazing actor (Alpha Dog, House of D) 2. Its an Independent which aired at the Tribecca Film Festival. and 3. Its far beyond another stupid teen movie.. .sends a really good message about a kid who helps other kids
Joel A (de) wrote: A movie that is seemingly about nothing, but strangely pulls itself together and has an Aussie Charm to it.Basically the story of 5 guys making a pact that who ever dies first the rest of the 4 will take them & bury him next to Bon Scott (Front Man of ACDC) at Fremantle Perth.Full of silly daggy moments but the film is fun, you get the end and it seems rather pointless but there's a few laughs along the way.
IMia K (jp) wrote: From great filing sound quality acting and mystery this story is full of twists and turns that will make your jaw drop at the end an amazing classic about a deranged killer one of the best films of all time
Paul S (mx) wrote: Stupid, offensive, at least it isn't also boring.
Itsuko H (ca) wrote: Love the last scene, the chase through the olive trees. Maybe the most beautiful scene I have ever seen on a screen.
Joshua H (it) wrote: Powerful, demented, and still shocking 41 years after its release, The Devils is a compelling production with outstanding performances, particularly Vanessa Redgrave's. The production design is bizarre, some sequences are outright demented, and the way that Ken Russell shows how religion is used as power is nothing short of brilliant.
Robyn M (gb) wrote: Other reviewers have knocked the film because it is not historically accurate and I can't dispute that. But for me, James Cagney's performance makes this a film that is a must-see. True, the film is short on depicting Lon Chaney's film characters and although we do get to see Cagney in makeup as the Hunchback of Notre Dame and The Phantom of the Opera, the scenes are extremely brief. Most of the film depicts Chaney's conflict with his first wife, wonderfully played by the stunning Dorothy Malone - whew, what a knockout!- and the stormy/ intense relationship with his son.
Dan O (us) wrote: Works because of the strong source material, but also fails because the director messes it up at times.
Ryan D (de) wrote: Loved it, cult classic still watch it with my kids and we can all quote it word for word
Justin R (kr) wrote: This movie was hilariously funny, and although can't be considered well made, could have been a lot worse. I enjoyed UHF to a pretty big amount.
Angel E (us) wrote: Scott Adkins is one badass mofo in this small budget indi film. He's making a case for himself with each movie as to why he should have been cast as BATMAN over Ben Afflack. He's just one badass martial artist, and his acting in this movie doesn't show the actual acting range he might have but he's more than serviceable as an actor. The movie is a pretty direct action film with most of it taking place in a house. Which I love these sorts of films as they really are a throw back to the 80's, and 90's action flicks. Before the scope of every action movie became extremely large.He does a fantastic job showcasing his martial arts skills, and at no point am I thrown off by his acting as he was very good in all aspects. I liked this film a lot, and hope Scott Adkins gets bigger roles in the future as I truly think he's the real deal.