Puffball: The Devil's Eyeball

Puffball: The Devil's Eyeball

Powerful supernatural forces are unleashed when a young architect (Kelly Reilly) becomes pregnant after moving to an isolated and mysterious valley to build a house. And when the ...

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Dennis P (nl) wrote: I was completely touched, moved and inspired. If you grew up loving the 80's Metal scene, you'll be fascinated by this obscure story of the greatest guitar-god virtuoso of all-time and yet, for the most part, completely unknown... Until now!

Lanky Man P (mx) wrote: Sometimes I don't understand why some films are even made. How was this one even a good idea?

Mattias E (it) wrote: By many considered to be the weakest link of directing duo To & Wai, Wai Ka-Fai has often proved to be a wildcard when let loose on his own. No doubt most of the heartwarming Buddhist esoterica of To-collabos like Mad Detective comes courtesy of Wai, but at the same time so do probably also the more maudlin bits of ditto. Written By proves to be particularly hard to get into, not only because of the multiple meta-levels involved, but because of somewhat distant characters and an incredibly protracted second half. Wai makes the characters win our sympathy though, by relying completely on emotions and being straight-faced honest about them. Written By seems fuelled by a creativity that harks back to a time when zanier movies than this were made routinely in HK. A very happy reunion indeed.

Aaron N (es) wrote: Great movie could have been longer & certain part in the movie could have been more believable

Chapal M (ag) wrote: Grand.Thank you Alejandro Amenbar.

Toshihiko H (au) wrote: 3d version is now available. better than 2d in 2007.

Alex C (us) wrote: While not a terrible Japanese horror movie, it is so far from the things I loved about [chakushin ari] that I have no desire to see the third entry of the franchise. Could've been and should've been better.

Deo R (kr) wrote: sweet movie. Priyanka Chopra is always hot

kyo 9 (fr) wrote: a crazy plot but enjoyably to watch..

Sanford R (jp) wrote: Not into Jet Li movies really

Nathan C (es) wrote: Looks like the best adam sandler film ever, but i can't be fucked.

Robin M (au) wrote: Best Animated Feature of All Time.

Holly B (ru) wrote: This is one of my favorite movies. I know a lot of people might think the story trite, but I find it charming. The ending is funny as hell!

Michael W (gb) wrote: Another masterwork from acclaimed Director Cirio Santiago. Blaxploitation staple with TNT arriving in Hong Kong looking for answers to her brother's fate. Jeanne Bell seems a bit in over her head in this role (which cries out for Pam Grier), but Cirio expertly makes up for deficiencies by emphasizing action throughout this 70-minute plus feature, including a memorable topless lights-on lights-off fight scene.

I am A (mx) wrote: Blah storyline, I just like the buff dude from True blood

Bianca P (fr) wrote: But Noah Taylor = awesome as usual.

Alex B (es) wrote: Starts off well, then just becomes crap when the big twist happens. The twist doesn't make sense, it's not profound and it completely destroys the movie. The issue is that it's the sort of philosophical revelation you'd come to expect from a pot head trying to do a gore horror picture. "I mean we can't have it just be nearly 100 minutes of women getting beaten up, we need a reason for them to do it. How about we do something about seeing god in pain, like killing someone without killing them, you know that kind of deepness."

Calvin C (kr) wrote: Best Picture Winner for 1941. This will always be known as the film that beat Citizen Kane and The Maltese Falcon. While those two are masterpieces, this family saga about a Welsh mining family through the years is every bit as worthy of the same praise. John Ford once again is so good at social dramas and the times people live in. Roddy McDowall is what child actors should look like on film. I was engaged by this family and like all families, you are with them through the hard times and the happier times. With a strong cast and a legendary director, this very underrated film deserved all the accolades it received.Grade: A-