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James O (ru) wrote: tries too hard to be too serious. would have worked better as an animated film, that way all the cartoony-ness of the game and especially the music could have been better utilized.
Alex F (gb) wrote: If you have a soft spot for British cinema, Cockneys AND zombies, you'll be laughing.
Allie T (fr) wrote: Extremely smart and very original. Prior to this movie, the idea of flipping a classic slasher film on its head was just not done. Cabin in the Woods balances classic scares with deeply interesting characters and throws in lots of laughs to ease the tension.
JoJo E (gb) wrote: A great idea, not an ideal execution.
Lucy T (jp) wrote: weird, creepy, while intrigue.
(kr) wrote: I'm not a big fan of Barbet Schroeder's work. He often fails to commit to saying much of anything at all. It seems he considers his subject matter deeply, but then ultimately sits on the fence after having considered all the perspectives in what is often subversive, controversial, and/or provocative material. Still, I do think it is commendable that he doesn't pander to any one view, but instead attempts to turn the experience into a meditation on the curiosities of human nature. It's just that sometimes this approach works, and can be quite rewarding, and other times it doesn't really work at all. Here, it basically does. But by turning some of the story elements into social satire and others into courtroom/moral drama and detective fare, they either combine brilliantly or flatly don't work at all. Jeremy Irons is brilliant. There are also some surprisingly entertaining scenes with Jeremy's character and the appeals team, not to mention a clever meditation on the strengths and dangers of the American legal system.
Johnny K (mx) wrote: A muddled mystery thriller with some fine moments, but definitely not masterpiece.
Ken S (br) wrote: Martin Scorsese's second feature film was made on the cheap and really fast under the guiding force of the wonderful Roger Corman, King of the Independent Film. While it probably taught Scorsese many a lesson on how to make films (Corman taught the best...Coppola, Scorsese, Cameron, Howard, Demme, and much more)...I don't think this exploitation flick is really all that good. I doubt Scorsese had the same passion for this as he had on his other films, and it shows. Weird ending too...crucifixion on a train? Crazy. It's sort of like a poor man's "Bonnie and Clyde" only without any of the good parts.
Mike A (ru) wrote: A nice amusing little film with a fantastic soundtrack
MF J (ag) wrote: A classic film of French new wave, this highly stylistic and poetic film will not 'reach' everyone but it is definitely something to watch if you like films that take a different approach to narratives and storytelling. More poem than film, this beautifully shot and edited film has been the source of inspiration for many filmmakers around the world.