One Eye Red
Halim has seen through it all. He has seen through the Integration plan a secret conspiracy that tries to turn all immigrants into Swedes. Unfortunately he has also seen through his own father, who has fallen victim to the Integration plan. But Halim has his own plan; he is going to be Sweden’s mightiest revolution immigrant and take a stand to save his father from forgetting his Arabic roots.
- Stars:Evin Ahmad, Anwar Albayati, Sofia Bach, Adel Bakhani, Tina Berg, Hassan Brijany, Felicia Fredriksson, Lars-Erik Friberg, Leila Haji, Michael Hjorth, Asmaa Houri, Caroline Karlsson, Joacim Karlström, Nassos Kostopoulos, Birgitta Lekander,
- Director:Daniel Wallentin,
- Writer:Daniel Wallentin, Fredrik Wikström, Karin Arrhenius, Jonas Hassen Khemiri (novel)
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One Eye Red torrent reviews
(nl) wrote: Chopped up script and a lot of it seems 'incomplete'. But watchable.
(nl) wrote: List of pluses and minuses+ enough action, very action oriented- has a modern feelingh yet takes place during the Ming Dynasty+ well designed kung fu fights- which are a bit too unbelievable for my liking (like Kate Tsui's princess -character flying around, although her character is otherwise intriquing)+ well acted, i liked especially Vicky Wei Zhao and Donnie Yen work well together+ Has an actual plot, is not just crazy fighting all around Stylish and occasionally funny kung-fu movie with a historical setting. Despite some unbelievability in the background and the fight choreographies, there are lots of great stunts and better than average acting. Lightning fast camera angle changes and shades of mysterious blue. Quite entertaining......
(fr) wrote: I agree with pretty much all of the negative comments about this movie, yet it does have something. I'm giving it three stars instead of two because at the end I cared about their relationships. I'm always lenient on films that make me care at all.
(ru) wrote: Bursting with imagination, incredible animation, and plenty of off-beat humor, The Boxtrolls is a more universal entry in Laika's canon, even with its well-trodden plot.
(kr) wrote: awful acting is the only thing i remember about this movie
(nl) wrote: What a twisted movie. But bravo, very good.
(jp) wrote: Scratch, scratched, hurt, hurt, ...
(fr) wrote: Super nice! I'm a big fan of the found footage genre and this was a great twist on it. I haven't seen too many movies that start off as comedies and then switch suddenly to horror?
(de) wrote: Revenge, in it's most brutal, and unforgiving form. The complete disregard of humanity and lack of remorse shown by the men makes you almost enjoy the chilling payback she deals out in the end. And its all the better, in vintage cinema.
(gb) wrote: Finally, another Saw movie that feels like it belongs with the franchise and one that feels more grounded in reality than the other few installments. This for me is another movie in which I don't agree with the tomatometer. The traps here are inventive, the suspense and tension is there, the acting is better, and most of all, the story is actually there and the script was given at least some thought put into it. Kevin Greutert, the editor of the other five Saw movies, sits in the director's chair this time around and he did a fine job in my opinion establishing all the events happening on screen. Jigsaw's game in this one really felt like events were coming full circle and things were getting real serious. This installment's story was one of the most interesting in the whole franchise because it deals with decisions that are being made by the health insurance companies and how it affects people who are turned down by them. Now, I don't know how accurate this film depicts these kind of decisions, but it really had me thinking about what they are really doing and this felt kinda like a satire for insurance companies. Peter Outerbridge as William provided for an interesting main character to follow because on one side you feel sorry for him for what he has to go through and on the other side, you end up not liking him for the bad decisions that he makes for his clients. Tobin Bell is good once again here and his flashback scenes with Peter Outerbridge gave more insight on how he ended up becoming Jigsaw. On the other hand, Detective Hoffman hopes that the police don't find out he is the accomplice of Jigsaw and he will do whatever it takes to keep from being found out by them. Costas Mandylor is not great in these films, but his character was interesting enough to watch in this franchise. The flashbacks this time around actually bring us more development on the characters, they were interesting, and they answer questions people may have on other Saw movies. The traps and gore are better here than they were in the last two Saw films and those things provided for many edge of your seat moments. My only real issues with the movie has to do with some of the acting. The acting is solid and good for the most part, but the acting from some of the minor characters that had screen time stuck out like a sore thumb, like the mother's kid, and some of William's associates. Overall, I found this sixth installment in the popular horror franchise to be tense, gripping, and surprisingly unique.
(kr) wrote: An excellent look at how movies in the 1920's were made while also having fantastic music, believable romance, fantastic choreography that inspired the king of pop himself, Singing in the Rain is a classic masterpiece while also based on one of the best songs ever written.