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Miti W (nl) wrote: A short film, but effective. A great performance by Storemare. Cool soundtrack.
Lorena S (de) wrote: I have watched this movie several times over the last few years and it can still bring tears to my eyes. Hirsch's best can be seen at his worst in the film... Pe, is brilliant in her anguish. And, those eyes, are hauntingly beautiful yet broken.
Krishna S (fr) wrote: borin movie with an astoundin amount of over acting :(
Tailurgh R (jp) wrote: Some movies are so bad, they are downright hilarious. A few examples are the Evil Dead, Mega Shark vs Giant Octopus, and Killer Klowns from Outer Space. Then, there are movies that are so bad that they do the equivalent of someone running up to you, kicking you in the balls, taking your wallet, pissing on your forehead, and running away laughing. Wages of Sin is one of the latter. This is, without a shadow of a doubt, the worst film I have ever seen in my life. I honestly don't think there was a script, rather, I choose to believe that the "director" got piss drunk, and told the "actors" (and yes, the quotation marks are intentional) what to say as he was turning on the camera. This movie is the definition of sloppy filmaking. Shots frequently change back and forth to the opposite sides of the character's heads, making it the most disorienting movie ever made. if anybody out there can hand draw me blue prints to the house in which they spend most of the film, i will give you 20 dollars. it is impossible to understand where anything is taking place, but it's just as hard to understand why you should care. This brings me to my second problem with the film. The screenplay. Basically, THERE ISN'T ONE. The first 2/3 of the movie is 2 college age couples making out and smoking weed. all the time trying AND FAILING to be funny. Then the movie proceeds to pull out every horror movie stereotype I can think of, such as: a creepy little girl, playing with a ouija board, and even the kids going to a house in the middle of the woods. The film also features a shot for shot ripoff of an extremely famous scene from an older, much better horror movie. but don't even get me started on that. In short, nothing in this movie worked. not the acting, not the direction, not the script, not the gore, not anything. and with all the things this movie is not, it's also NOT SCARY. I feel extremely safe in saying this is the worst pile of crap to ever disgrase a movie screen. do yourself a favor and watch the Evil Dead movies. Just as mindlessly stupid, but much more entertaining.
Jordan L (mx) wrote: I actually had my doubts about this, but surprisingly it was pretty good. Im not into motercycles or anything of the sort but this made me laugh.
Jamie I (es) wrote: Is this a snuff film?
Benny C (kr) wrote: Super stylish musical with no really memorable tracks, decent performances but nothing to really bring you back. It's merely OK.
Steve M (ag) wrote: So much potential...but ruined by lefty tortured fag victim hyperbole that distracts from what could have been a beautiful and empowering flick. If you are a dirty old queen you'll love the gratuitous nudity, as I did. The black drag queen was fabulous, but the movie didnt do justice to this character or this actor. As for, India, the lead hottie with precious lips and lisp... I hope to see more of him naked or not.
Nick A (it) wrote: pfft, I saw the first 15 minutes of this on TV. ... Why would ...?? ...I - ... I just don't understand why anyone - .... I - ... No!!!
Mike S (kr) wrote: It was okay, I think the RT synopsis says it all, it is a good short film made into a full length film. After a while I just couldn't figure out why I was supposed to care about what was happening.
Kevin D (gb) wrote: "It has Jeffrey Combs, so I'll give it a shot," I said."Not the best rule of thumb," said Future Me.Listen to your future self, kids! He or she will generally warn you away from Full Moon Productions.
James M (ca) wrote: What an awful movie, seen this at a Drive-in on Long Island.
Molly R (jp) wrote: This is a very faithful adaptation of the Thomas Hardy novel. It has great performances and wonderful scenery.
Maxwell S (gb) wrote: One of the richest stories ever caught on film. Another masterpiece from Bergman. And his masterpieces aren't just repetitions, they all stick out in their own way.
Kisaan T (br) wrote: Summertime has that Lean factor which we get to notice in his later color films. But it becomes slightly shaky when it comes to shows us it's main purpose i.e. Love. Which is why, it may even feel like you've been subjected to the incomplete extension of Love, and not the Love itself. Everything starts perfectly fine and perfectly spectacular, when the film starts. Katherine Hepburn appears to be a tensed at inside but jolly pretentious cheerful woman, or spinster, who arrives Venice for a trip. It sends a charm to you, when seeing this beautifully crafted prologue. the city of Venice is also pictured in Lean's fascinating unique way. Rossano Brazzi suits as a mature, gentle lover. The chemistry between Hepburn and him develops very naturally, but as I said earlier, the film begins to loose its grip when the Love moments begin to start between the protagonists, and feels repeatative. This may happen because Lean has always been away from Lust when it comes to explaining Love, but still the emotion of Love could have been justified more deeply, without using and showing Lust and Sex. This is also the reason, why the film becomes predictable unlike Lean's other films, where characters' emotions and themes of films change more, at times in his huge duration of films. Despite of these, Summertime lives you with a tint of one thing. That thing is the character. I haven't heard or read about the play (from which the film was adapted) but I think as far as film is concerned, it appears to be based on Hepburn's character and Love being the second subject. So it is not that, the film is not watchable due to the flaws that I described above. If you're willing to see a soft-sweet and brief experience of clean romance, together with few beautiful visuals of Venice, you'll like to watch this film.
Russell G (ca) wrote: I watched this last night and couldn't remember it. I read the synopses, and still have no idea what it's about. Fuck this movie.
STCENTERPRISE (nl) wrote: Jumper 2008I loved the film score in this film made by composer John Powell. I think that Samuel L. Jackson did a great job in the role playing a bad ass villain. This film did a great job on going to locations all over the world and the concept to the film was great. What felt like this film felt a little slow or flat came from the way the actor Hayden Christiansen who played Anakin Skywalker in the Star Wars prequels.