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Anatoly S (us) wrote: A documentary about the rise and fall (and a current state) of Interactive Fiction (aka the Text Adventure). Many people interviewed and it's well put together, BUT if you're already familiar with IF history I doubt that you will discover anything new. Despite a lot of legends being interviewed little is being said about the games itself. A larger part of the feature is spent discussing the current state of IF (pretty much the same group of people patting each other on the backs) instead of the "glory days" and the days of innovation. It's particularly upsetting because of the amount of people interviewed (just about every person from Infocom is present here) and the Infocom featurette is also just a brief look at the company's initial financial success and it's subsequent failure. This is the kind of documentary you'd see on history channel and keep watching if you're unfamiliar with the topic. To me, it offered nothing new. Overall it looks and sound good, very professional, just wasn't for me, and I expected a lot from it which led to a disappointment. The second viewing annoyed me even more. BUT if you want to see what Infocom people look/sound like or if you don't know how the Adventure Game genre was born then I'd say CHECK IT OUT.
Nasu N (gb) wrote: Excellent in character, action, and story. What more can you ask for?
Alexander C (jp) wrote: OOO this looks promising, history drenched! Good cast!
Kris S (us) wrote: Ravenous is one of my favorite movies of all time. Caught me completely by surprise and to date is still one of the most truly terrifying movies I've ever seen. The ("eccentric"?) music is probably the best part. It does an amazing job of setting the tone of the scene pulling you out of your and into the story. And i thought the performances of every actor in the film were amazing. Even Arquette's character, who doesn't seem to fit, still makes me laugh. Anyway, yeah, this was the last movie that ever made me lose sleep. Definitely worth a watch.
Marcus W (us) wrote: What made this work for me is that they took a somewhat silly idea and ran with it, taking it seriously as they did. Like 'Misery', it's clever writing as the audience knows the idea is crazy as do the adults in the film, but the young cadets don't give in and in doing so come to learn lessons about power and responsibility, not to mention being a child in an adult world. It was far better than I expected, and Sean Penn was a standout. Recommended.
Naoya K (gb) wrote: Directed by Phil Karlson.
Daniel P (br) wrote: I can't understand half the dialogue in this movie. It's not the accent - I understand all the words. It's the Cockney slang and clever wordplay. I'm sorry Mr. Odets, but you need to dumb down your writing for us Americans. That, or add subtitles.
Joseph P (es) wrote: One of the smartest science fiction films I've ever seen in my entire life. This thing is so deep and so philosophical that Sci-fi nerds will be having endless conversations about it for years to come.Enjoy :)
i C (ca) wrote: 8/10great director debut, great amateur actors
Gerry M (fr) wrote: Excellent film making, from script to casting and direction to sound track... One of the best films I've seen in a long time. And it deserves a wide audience. Thanks to the people who made this film possible. Good to see that talent will be seen and heard on the screen.