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The Movie W (kr) wrote: Francis (Moss-Bachrach) and his pregnant wife Beth (Shaw) are taking the opportunity to holiday in Mexico before the birth of their child. Hearing of a tranquil island, Francis hires a boat and the couple leave the mainland. When they arrive they find children playing at the dock but no sign of any adults anywhere on the island. At first they assume everyone has left for a carnival but when Francis witnesses the brutal murder of an elderly man at the hands of a group of children, it becomes apparent something sinister is occurring on the island.Though it's mentioned nowhere in the marketing, 'Come Out & Play' is a remake of Narciso Ibez Serrador's 1976 Spanish horror movie 'Who Can Kill a Child?'. (The line is even uttered by a character in this version). Stephen King's short story, 'Children of the Corn', later adapted into a long running movie franchise, also borrows heavily from Serrador's film. In Makinov's remake, the English couple holidaying in Spain are replaced by an American couple in Mexico, but it's essentially the same movie, or rather an inferior copy. Serrador attempted a commentary on the effects of war on the young, but, despite dedicating his film to "the martyrs of Stalingrad", Makinov has little interest in anything other than cheap shock tactics.The film is devoid of suspense or tension, with much of the running time spent following characters wander around the island with no concessions made toward mood or atmosphere. Attempting to make children seem terrifying is a tough ask for any film-maker but Makinov completely fails to convince us that his young antagonists pose any tangible threat. A few years ago, the British film 'The Children' tread similar ground but added dramatic weight by having its killer kids the children of the film's protagonists. There's no such quandary for the lead couple of 'Come Out & Play'. As we have no investment in these children, they may as well be zombies or any other type of movie monster.What could have been an interesting look at what happens when survival wrestles with morality is instead just another by the numbers horror remake.
Youmna K (jp) wrote: now that was nice n creative.. n it shows that u always have to b grateful to those who have helped u no matter what the consequences mite b..
Phil H (ag) wrote: (aka Tom-Yum-Goong, The Warrior King, Thai Dragon, Revenge of the Warrior)A much hyped fight film from Muay Thai expert Tony Jaa with many many excellent stunts and chase sequences. The only problem is we have now seen all this before from various other martial arts experts.The film itself is fine but its not really too original in any aspect, a simple revenge plot as usual and Jaa showing his skills yet again. Its very spectacular but I personally didn't get too engrossed. The most impressive thing about the whole film is the MMA fight sequences (the basic reason for this movies existence) mainly the fight between Jaa and Capoeira fighter Lateef Crowder.This one fight sequence is the most impressive fight I've seen in years, its fantastic, Crowder is amazing and almost too good to be true with his moves. Add to this the following fight between Wushu expert John Foo and then a one off battle against wrestling strong man Nathan Jones which is impressive merely to see the size differences, think Bruce Lee v Kareem Abdul Jabbar.To be honest the film is worth seeing for those three fights, apart from that its business as usual with this action film.
Martin S (ru) wrote: Incredible sets and culture, interesting breakdown of the protagonist. Some photographical solutions were stunning. However, a bit too long.
Hobie P (au) wrote: One of the very few sequels in history thats better than the original.
Wahida K (it) wrote: I dont know why Sharmila Tagore has been always iritating me in the Movies. I dont know if it is her "Persona" or acting. Frankly never really glad if I see she is in the Movie. I dont say she was a bad actress or so, well each to their own.
KJ P (mx) wrote: I fell in love with this bond entry right from the start. Roger Moore kicks it up a notch in this new take on the James Bond character, making his this over-the-top action star, with a lot of wit. The action spread throughout this film is fantastic, especially a very memorable chase in the river, but by the end of the film, you just can't help but wonder why they took so much time on the action, before getting back to a forgotten storyline. Also, there are some very odd ritual scenes in which I wondered why they included, but still, I had a terrific time during my viewing of this film and the direction and editing has gotten much much better. "Live and Let Die" is a fine entry to the bond canon.
Anne F (de) wrote: A man tries to seek revenge for injuries his father gained after a business transaction went wrong; the surprising setting for this is the transport of apples. I wasn't convinced by some of the characters but the film's unusual setting made up for that.
Pam R (au) wrote: This movie was actually pretty good. I liked the storyline.
Tina R (fr) wrote: awsome show watching it with georgia <3 :)
Harper C (es) wrote: Good adaptation of the book
Judith G (ru) wrote: Brill film enjoyed by both me and the kids especially seen as I grew up watching Blinky it really brought something back
Leonard D (gb) wrote: If you have seen a film that couldn't decide about what it wanted to be, this would be the perfect example! Even Demi's sexuality isn't enough to make this film satisfying!The biggest insult? Showing a Christian community rally supporting the films politician! The music they play during that scene, DAAAAAHHH!! WHAT IS THE MATTER WITH YOU WRITERS!!?
Luc L (br) wrote: A good film to relax.