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Carlos M (jp) wrote: Almodvar's incursion into psychological horror is this fascinating, extremely disturbing and even terrifying story about insanity, desire and obsession that grabbed me from the first scene to the last - and the best way to see it is without knowing anything about it.
Ioana (ca) wrote: sad, sobbing story. a delight!
Pedro Matias C (au) wrote: Lo primero que se me viene a la mente cuando pienso en "Thirst" , es VERGUENZA. Si Verguenza les debiera dar a los que la hicieron de hacer algo tan estupido, una pelicula con un guion ya no poco creativo, sino ridiculo, con personajes que toman una y otra ves las peores desciciones que uno podia imaginar y que rara ves piensa. Con 4 actores de calidad impresentable, que ademas se creen Marlon Brando.
Phillip S (jp) wrote: This graphic and unnerving short by Georges Franju allows the audience to experience life in a slaughterhouse in 1940's France. The cinematic irony is that by simply pointing a camera at the tragic events which occur (it is a documentary afterall) the macabre details of animal slaughter take on a sort of beauty. Sickening that one might even say that, but take a look and you'll see. Just don't eat while you watch, as I did. The raw brutality makes this a very difficult 20 minutes to endure.
Sam M (jp) wrote: It's a great Stallone movie, but not a great Judge Dredd one. The only thing resembling the comic is the cityscape and costume design, other then that it's all Stallone's vehicle and the proof is how he completely disrespects the characterization of Joe Dredd. It's got great non stop action and fantastic set design however it's very hollow of character and devoid of any real meaning. 5/10
Kurt F (br) wrote: 5/8/16 The film reminded me of that weird movie about the Budapest Hotel. It is quirky, and I thought the filming and mood were quite interesting from the start. After a while though, i did start to feel as if it were getting a bit dull. Some funny moments, but pretty average overall.