Three teenage girls decide to visit a romantic island and find love. They get shipwrecked and end up on different sides of the island. Each girl begins her own romantic adventure either with a man, a boy or even another girl. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Three teenage girls decide to visit a romantic island and find love. They get shipwrecked and end up on different sides of the island. Each girl begins her own romantic adventure either with a man, a boy or even another girl.
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Laurie A (es) wrote: I spent the whole movie being pretty pissed off at this gypsy woman. THIS WAS NOT A PROPORTIONAL RESPONSE.
Charles O (us) wrote: I thought this was going to be a spooky clown film... Nope.The movie gave it's own best comment: "This is a house of lame".You can use this.. um... "film"? as a horror movie clich (C) check list.This thing was like a made for TV movie commissioned and then rejected by the CW network. It seems to me they over spent on this thing. I've seen films with a lower budget that where ten times better because of the story and plot.The general idea (freaky statue that actually makes your fears come to life and kill you) was good but could have been done way better. The film sets itself up for potential awesome (band name) but falls short on delivering. The only good I can see come from this film is if someone from Thatguywiththeglasses covers it. If Riftrax does this I would definitely be willing to sit through it again. Honestly I hope the makers of House of Fears either learn from the mistakes made here and go on to make much better films, or find a new line of work. I will give the film one good point: Towards the beginning one of the guys dresses up as a killer and jumps out at the others. One of the other guys punches him. That has to be in more horror films. In the end it's NOT a horror film and not even a suspense film. It should have been titled "Wasted Potential" that would have been more accurate. This is probably the only "horror" film more boring than The Blair Witch Project
Natalie G (us) wrote: So good. I cried the last 10 minutes and had goosebumps the rest.
Edgar C (de) wrote: I will perpetually applaud not only the bravery involved in the delivery of these controversial, anti-political celluloid deliveries whenever they are made, but also the commitment behind these projects such that the national film industry of the country being considered is put on the map. Moreover, there is rarely a more humble and equally straightforward honest perspective of a sociopolitical turmoil than that of the domestic perspective. So, thank God, Machuca is a Chilean film about the Chilean coup d'tat, and it delivers its punches strongly without the need of being propagandistic or sensationalist.Set in Santiago de Chile shortly before the military coup of Augusto Pinochet in 1973 and during the highly controversial socialist government of Salvador Allende, famous for being the first Marxist politician to become president of a Latin American country through open elections, Machuca tells the simple story of a privileged Chilean boy, Gonzalo Infante, that befriends a lower-class classmate, Pedro Machuca, after their school undergoes the social administration changes of Father McEnroe, the Catholic and socialist director of the school who greatly encourages social equality among classes. As it is expected, discrimination ensues not only between the classmates, but between the professors as well. After Infante refuses the social pressure from a bunch of kids who were ordering Infante to mistreat Machuca, both Infante and Machuca become friends. Then, Infante decides to accompany Machuca to his home, and meets his family and his cousin Silvana, a family dedicated to sell flags at rival political protests.The film adopts the perspective of Infante, which is the first relevant point of discussion, because the movie's title references the counterparty in this young relationship. This should be a direct indicator of the fact that one of the endless topics of the film is about accepting the social and economic life circumstances of the "different classes" - although there is no such thing as being a "different" human being than others - in an attempt to reach a societal consensus. Even if this sounds as a utopia, the definition of "utopia" does not entail impossibility. In short, utopias are possible. In a time where the lower classes were being politically mobilized in Chile from one condition to another like ping-pong balls, it is then necessary to witness this reality from a more "privileged" point of view like that of Infante so that the tragedy is left implied and the overall result cannot be perceived as emotionally biased or manipulative. In this way, when you go from seeing empty classrooms with boys of all classes to having only wealthy boys with clean faces and pretty uniforms, a statement has been spoken. It is terrifying and tragic at the same time.The point of the paragraph above is that, plotwise, the protagonist is Infante, but thematically, the real protagonist is Machuca and the mobilization of classes derived from intolerance, thus justifying the film's main argument about the importance of considering an opposite point of view.To accentuate this point of having an "utopian" (sorry if I use the quotations marks a lot but my guts have been forcing me throughout this review) exchange of perspectives to reach a harmonic consensus, we have a key scene of utmost importance, which simultaneously signals the film's main statement and disguises it as an arousing symbolisms of sexual discovery during youth: Silvana exchanges kisses with Infante and Machuca in a prolonged sequence while eating condensed milk. "Brilliant" is the best adjective I can come up with to describe it. By the time the strike arrives, and disaster ensues, the burned and destroyed can of condensed milk near the ending becomes the perfect symbol of this "sweet and affectionate exchange of realities" being consciously destroyed.Machuca is a powerful film meant to be understood by worldwide masses instead of only adopting a biased right-wing or left-wing perspective for empathizing with a single group. It is important because it has a universal message, and universality does not adopt sides. Covering aspects of poverty vs. wealth, Socialism vs. intolerance, news media vs. ignorance, news media as a source of ignorance, sexuality, irresponsible parenthood, education vs. religion, childhood innocence being broken by unspeakable human cruelties, and conflicts of almost all sorts, this almost-masterpiece by Chile speaks important truths that should be considered by all kinds of audiences, and puts Chilean cinema on the map once again, which is as scarce as most of the cinema that comes out of Latin America.95/100
Call i (jp) wrote: Pretty movie, very pretty. But sadly it's a little bit borring and the story just seems to fade away as you get on with the movie. A shame really...
JamieKissableAndQuiet J (gb) wrote: i thought you sed the sky preview sed "5 students squating in a flat stumble accross a crop of maraijuana, suddenly sex takes place" im now disapointed lol
Alex B (gb) wrote: " They're playing with healthy spines... someone's cut him... "
Matthias B (us) wrote: premier film de james gray et premiere claque, un film d une noirceure absolue narrant comment un pere et un fils detruisent leur familles. J ai ete bluffe par la performance de tim roth jouant un salaud integral ne fonctionnant que par la violence et n ayant aucun remords. Le film a une tristesse insondable, rien ne permet de voir un moindre espoir
Troy F (ag) wrote: Solid, short and sweet action flick that's well paced. As the supposed Police Story III, it doesn't have any stunts on the same mind-blowing level as such as Police Story 1 and doesn't showcase Chan at his fullest, but the film is still rather entertaining and Chan is still a pleasure to see on screen as he does some decent fight choreography and stunt work.
Jordan W (nl) wrote: A true animation achievement, that brought anime, to North America. A true classic.
Andrew L (nl) wrote: The opening sequence with Seagal training in Japan looked like an awesome set up to a martial arts movie, but it quickly changed gears and turned into a really boring cop movie. I can't even remember if I finished this movie.
Toni F (gb) wrote: I didn't know they had an edited version of this movie. I have the unedited version. Thank goodness, too.
Arven A (us) wrote: This movie rating is the strongest example I've ever seen that Rotten Tomatoes (a site I generally like) can be utterly utterly misleading. This movie is a spy/Neo-Noire gem. Not in any half-arsed way, but a real well put together classic in the same broad genre as the Quiet American (Michael Caine version). I'm a fan of Neo-Noire and spy films and WWII dramas, but that just makes it my genre. I'm still super critical when it comes to movies, and this one rocks. 4% my ass. I laugh at the other reviews here!
Katrina L (gb) wrote: There is something charming about good 1950s movies. I can only imagine how shocking it was back than :D Wajda lists it among the best movies ever made and I really like it (especially Jeanne Moreau who is great playing "Mrs Bovary")