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Primetime War torrent reviews
John T (mx) wrote: *SPOILERS* What the hell did I watch? A girl becomes a model and she, at first, is the innocent nice girl who doesn't want to party or be like the other mean models. And you really think this is going to be one of those movies where she becomes as shitty as everyone else and it shows that it is just a cycle. HOWEVER, this ends in an acid trip of weird music and 70s effects. The girl turns out to be as shallow and one dimensional as you can imagine and the other models eat her... you don't really care because she's never really shown any kind of personality. Then one girl kills herself because she was crazy after eating her... the other two models were ok, though... what did we learn from this? Not sure. What was the point? No clue. Did this need to be two freakin' hours? No way. The small amount of T&A at the end couldn't save this.
Julio B (ca) wrote: The most frustrating aspect about this movie is that I know James can direct and produce good pieces, regardless of budget. The 'Mr Bucket' and 'The dragon in my dreams' are great examples of good things he can do, with simple effects.This movie is weird all over, the character feels wrong. But the greatest sin of this movie is that its super boring. The effects could be even worse and I wouldn't care, if the story had any traction at all.Not to mention the endless stream of 'famous' internet people and references to the web show. Felt like a cash in - even though I know it's not. I know it was a passion project, but it didn't felt like it.What I liked: the scenes with the giant robot.?
Karissa L (br) wrote: So anticlimactic and the portrayal of Marie Antoinette as a whiny lovesick girl was blah. Costumes were amazing though.
Vuk S (ca) wrote: I couldn't understand what the fuck was going on in this piece of shit. They only used Thora Birch in it because the producers knew nobody would otherwise see this crap. They fooled me.
Hannah D (mx) wrote: This is such a good movie. Hard to watch at times but well worth it.
Chris C (it) wrote: Man's search for meaning in a world of frenzied disregard. This is pertinent to my interests. Everything in this movie--even its almost obnoxiously sappy ending--is perfect.
Kristy P (nl) wrote: It's kinda like a Jack Bauer thing...every woman that Paul ever loves gets killed (or leaves him when she finds out he's the vigilante). Either way, the man can never be happy. Otherwise, the movie was good. Now one of my top 3 faves of the series.
Kendall I (jp) wrote: 5% Christmas, 5% horror, and 90% B-movie glory. PLOT:Harry Stadling (Brandon Maggart) was scarred for life as a child when he found out there was no such thing as Santa Claus in a horrible way. Nowadays, he works as a toymaker and is friends with the neighborhood kids, but he has a few tricks up his sleeve. He keeps his own list of who's naughty and nice so he can give the kids what they deserve that he didn't get, but people like his scroogy co-workers that get in the way also get what's coming to them: death and revenge. It's actually a pretty dull plot, but it's executed with campy, B-movie glory. ACTING:The acting was pretty good actually. Maggart did a great job of acting insane and jolly all at the same time. The child actors were, of course, pretty dreadful. The shiner besides Maggart is the guy who played his brother. SCORE:Besides the Christmas songs, the horror score was pretty unique and very unnerving. EFFECTS:The effects were used to shock value, but you could tell they overdid it a slight bit; the effects of a B-movie. OTHER CONTENT:This movie had its moments of Christmas warmness, its moments of unnerving murders, and its moments of utter boredom, but overall it was B-movie glory. Everything in here was done to the unnerving max in a weird way-that of a B-movie, not to mention the bizarre, sensless ending. It's definitely a horror to watch for fun and not to take too seriously. OVERALL, an ok Christmas B-movie with a campy plot, good acting aside from the children, unique and unnerving score, shocking and overdone effects, and a fun, bizarre, and senseless ending that only a B-movie could pull off.
Jim F (de) wrote: I seem to recall this one being one of my faves. Doesn't it have Barbara Windsor morning excercise bra popping off scene. The most famous scene in carry on, i rekon
Ryan D (nl) wrote: I was hoping for much more than this delivered. Lots to like, though. Just a little too much to not like.
Samantha S (br) wrote: Lots of fun - but why did they excise the "I'm a Bad, Bad Man" song? Too naughty?
Jenny S (us) wrote: Hopkins is brilliant. His acting is one of a kind. Whether the character is a good person or bad person that he portrays from any movie he manages to win the likes by all viewers.