Nightmare Factory, directed by Donna Davies (Zombiemania), is the story of how one Pittsburgh boy’s fascination with monsters drove him to the very top of the Hollywood food chain. In 1989, Greg Nicotero, much to his parents’ chagrin, quit medical school and headed for Hollywood to pursue a dream of making monsters. Together with gore masters Howard Berger and Robert Kurtzman, Nicotero went on to create KNB EFX Group, one of the most prolific makeup effects studios in the world. After twenty years as the “go to guy” for the world’s most successful horror/sci-fi films, Greg Nicotero is the first one directors like Quentin Tarantino and Robert Rodriguez call.
Ethan H (us) wrote: Reasonably better than the first but still deeply flawed just like its story.
Kevin P (jp) wrote: Niet een hele verrassende komedie over een vriendschap tussen een heteroseksuele en lesbische vrouw, maar wel eentje die je gevoel weet te bezorgen. Meester en Jacobs spelen leuk van elkaar af, en zorgen ervoor dat je de clichs makkelijker tot je inneemt dan je zou denken !
Myles L (us) wrote: At first I was weary of this movie. I knew nothing about it going in, and the set up had me feeling uneasy about the story, the direction, and even the production value. But what emerged was an honest portrayal of the human experience on film. It feels real. The characters feel like humans making human decisions when they are forced to step beyond their boundaries. It could have easily been a political statement, but it's light-years beyond that. We spend a lot of time debating points of view. I had my guard raised at first, but once I realized that the fight is not mine, I was completely captivated by every character. Loved it!
Tereia M (de) wrote: A lovely little film, definitely a well deserved break for all the box office stupidities. I understand I would be in minority for liking this, but if you are looking for something little different and if you like very character oriented dramas, go for it. I just kind of had very good feeling watching it.
Ashleigh B (jp) wrote: very sweet family oriented movie
bill s (it) wrote: The dogs are the stars here and the rooting interest in this heartwarming feel good film.
Dee T (es) wrote: This struck me as the quintessential Boomer film. It also cemented my view that Giamatti is one of the most gifted actors working today.
Private U (es) wrote: While a good premise, and Jemaine is in it, the film itself is kind of really not funny at all. The youtube inspired amateurism (which I love) is ruined by lack of imagination and a strange improv-like idea of what comedy is.
Cody B (jp) wrote: By far my favorite Harry Potter movie. The only thing I would like to see next from the Harry Potter series would be a movie just about quiditch. That's my favorite part of any movie but with the cup in this movie it's almost just as good. The events were all amazing. Great movie. It has everything a good Harry Potter movie has and SO much more! Never skip this one when watching them all.
Dan G (es) wrote: Yeah, help us from those sex-starved priests
Jonny B (ru) wrote: The narrative is fragmented and parts are cheesy but as far as 80's slashers go, 'Curtains' has all the right ingredients and a solid third act. For horror fans we get a nice death scene involving a skating rink, a cool masked-killer and some stylish visuals (when the photography is not overexposed).
Tom H (us) wrote: This movie is definitely bad by any conventional measure but in a very enjoyable way. The strange continuity errors and details, hilariously off-the-mark dialogue, and bewilderingly sexist and homophobic undertones all seem ready-made for ridicule which makes this an oddly enjoyable watch.
Emantha C (us) wrote: it was amazing what a clever movie
Ahmed M (nl) wrote: Inside the mind of the psycho, Patrick Bateman, American Psycho shines in many scenes, some of which are where we see the two personalities of Patrick Bateman, and the climax will leave you stunned. Despite that the rest of the movie is quite boring and you can skip a big bunch of the movie as there isn't much going on. But if you're willing to skip the movie, then it's worth a watch, other than that, it all comes down to opinions.
Tricia R (br) wrote: Sarah Jessica Parker usually does not interest me, but I thought the chemistry between her and Matthew McConaughey in this movie was impressive. The real show stealing actor in the movie however is Zooey Deschanel - she brings wit and character to a movie that might have otherwise been very flat.
Kashan P (it) wrote: Kramer vs. Kramer is a beautiful father & son bonding film rather than a courtroom drama with jaw dropping work from Dustin Hoffman and Justin Henry who bring tears to the eye as their characters struggle to grow.
Joetaeb D (nl) wrote: Deep down it's a parody of almost every rom com cliche in the book, which will turn off many as it's tone is artificial and too self aware. But They came together benefits from is star's funny chemistry and it'll find it's audience among those who hate most rom coms (like me).