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Nicolas C (ca) wrote: Je n'ai pas trouv a terrible ( j'ai souri quelquefois ) mme si la personnalit de Guillaume Gallienne est attachante...
Jayson F (mx) wrote: Worst Movie! ever!Don't even dare to watch this movie not because it is scary....But because this movie is very non sense
Joe W (kr) wrote: this "comedy" was a big waste of time. it had one or two chuckles, but nothing that made me do anything besides grimace. Wouldn't even consider it amusing, though Vinnie Jones character came close.
Ben D (es) wrote: Another masterpiece by Refn!
MF J (it) wrote: What a film! Great story, awesome cast... brilliantly directed.
Alex r (au) wrote: definitely a better slasher flick then i was expecting this to be. a good movie that tries to make you guess who the killer is
Alex V (ca) wrote: Miss good 00s thrillers.
Kieron C (es) wrote: The film Fast Food Nation would love to be; expertly filmed by Nick Broomfield in a rare forage away from documentary Ghosts is a bold and vivid depiction of the struggles of illegal immigrants.
Vaughan A (us) wrote: excellent kids film. Molly and I enjoyed it
Jimmy C (de) wrote: Mad Max meets Snake Plisskin.
Daniel A (ru) wrote: Taps is an immature, poorly made film that relies heavily on killing off its young protagonists in a transparent effort to manipulate its audience. When one thinks of great boarding school movies, Dead Poet's Society, Rushmore, and even School Ties come to mind. Taps pales in comparison to these better-known, and just plain better, counterparts. The plot sees a group of wannabe soldiers fight for the right to keep their beloved school from being turned into an apartment block, and they will go to any length to do so. However when their harebrained plan leads to an ever-increasing body count the time comes to reassess the situation, and an important decision must be made. It's not often that I would side with estate agents but in this case of 'military brats versus realtors', I would pick anyone over the irksome kids depicted here. Their actions are so over-the-top and irritatingly self-righteous that the movie plunges to a level of utter ridiculousness. This is most notable in a supposedly pivotal scene where a teenage troublemaker is shot dead during a fracas with the army boys. It is at this point that it becomes very clear just how poorly written and directed the film is. With the boy killed the reaction of those around him is laughable; nobody screams, shouts or cries, instead they all just stand around as the headmaster of the school has the gun in his hand (even though a second earlier it was quite clearly in the hand of one of the teenagers). It's a confusing mess of a scene, designed to shock and spark emotion in the viewer, but succeeds only in baffling them, and making the closing of the school a whole lot more justified. As the plot continues, the number of child deaths rises. One boy appears to spontaneously combust, burning to death for reasons which still elude me, while another is needlessly shot in accidental gunfire. By this point I found myself so peeved by such blatant attempts to shock the audience to tears through the deaths of children, that I could see nothing beyond the amateur direction and utter stupidity of what was unfolding. The saving grace of the film is undoubtedly its young cast. Who would have thought from their humble beginnings here that both Cruise and Penn would become the huge stars they are today? Penn shows clear promise as the least irritating of the students, delivering an accomplished performance that set him up nicely as a fresh young talent. Meanwhile Cruise is comparatively more annoying but effective nonetheless, as the slightly unhinged David. It isn't exactly a subtle portrayal but it is a predominantly successful one. Credit also to the largely forgotten Timothy Hutton in the lead role, his performance is better than the shoddy script deserves but still cannot rescue the film from its atrociously melodramatic conclusion. As such Taps is simply not worthy of a revisit unless you're curious to see Cruise or Penn so early in their careers. If not, then do yourself a favour and avoid.
Sebastian M (jp) wrote: "The Maze Runner" was in just about every way excellent, form it's well written plot and dialogue, to it's suspenseful actin and captivating special effects. This movie went above and beyond and did anything but disappoint.
Rachael H (de) wrote: Horrible boys behaving appallingly. Interesting to watch
bloody w (gb) wrote: hostel is a horror thrill ride and one of the only horror films I really enjoy about 3 backpackers. backpacking across Europe looking for sex til some guy recommends a hostel in Slovakia full of beautiful women based on his recommendation they go to it weird things begin happening. what's great about the movie is it does weather intentional or unintentional has a message that there is pure evil out there in the world and you shouldn't get talked into doing something because people are more evil than you think and it is very true that is very dangerous to travel to some parts of the world but this film doesn't take the easy route and make the location in a Arab country where you would expect something like this to happen it does it in Europe which you would never expect its got a very refreshing never before done premise and it Is a horror masterpiece but sadly eli Roth after making this film got shot up by hydrochloric acid because he would never again make another good horror but this film has likable characters. I really like jay Hernandez in this film and when your rooting for a character in a horror film you did a good job making me like him well written story. great premise. pretty decent acting. scary film score. very creepy film. unlike the sequel which is an abomination this is a real movie its pretty violent. but it still has a purpose to the violence if your 16 or older this a movie your gonna want to see at least once in your.life