Red Lights

Red Lights

Two investigators of paranormal hoaxes, the veteran Dr. Margaret Matheson and her young assistant, Tom Buckley, study the most varied metaphysical phenomena with the aim of proving their fraudulent origins. Simon Silver, a legendary blind psychic, reappears after an enigmatic absence of 30 years to become the greatest international challenge to both orthodox science and professional sceptics. Tom starts to develop an intense obsession with Silver, whose magnetism becomes stronger with each new manifestation of inexplicable events. As Tom gets closer to Silver, tension mounts, and his worldview is threatened to its core.

Psychologist Matheson and her assistant Buckley demystify fake claims of phantom whispering, faith cure and other mental fact byidentifing what Matheson calls "red lights". . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Jerry K (ca) wrote: "Hannah Arendt" is an exceptionally well-made bio-pic which is a challenge to watch. Dialogue jumps back between German and English. Subtitles are rapid and sometimes difficult to keep up with. The tour de force performance of Barbara Sukowa in the title role is remarkable and nuanced. There are so many emotions to sort out, not to mention the philosophical discussions by members of the New York and Berlin intelligencia over Arendt's highly contorversial discussion of "the banality of evil" in terms of Adolf Eichman and his trial. The editing of the trial and masterful. This is a film well worth your thought, time and attention. Bravo to all!

Steve S (fr) wrote: You wont remember a damn thing from it.

Mark L (au) wrote: Greta movie showing the rise of Tesla Motors.

Ryan O (ca) wrote: Great film, I actually hope they start remaking anime in this fashion.

samantha l (ru) wrote: Takes typical cliche highschool students and puts them center stage shining a slightly dim yet humorous light on them. Adds humor to every day personalities causing some weak yet tolerable laughs.

Hieu N (us) wrote: Mockumentary about the muscles of the 50s, giving insight into the birth of the 'physique' magazines and why young men embraced such audacious poses for those mags. Not much acting to be judged, but on the entertainment values it was not too bad.

Josh R (fr) wrote: they should come out with another 3 ninja movie .it is a awesome movie and really funny

Jan P (gb) wrote: Pleasantly surprised, great story

Deke P (es) wrote: I saw it in class, on a movie projector, in elementary school in the sixties. The subject was fascinating. We took it to be a documentary. Not, as some of these reviewers below seem to have mistaken it, as an adventure tale, lacking 'drama', a 'plot', 'lacking fire we want from stories'. Absurd.

Luis Rafael D (us) wrote: es interesante...aunque hay partes en que se vuelve confusa

Carlox S (au) wrote: Might look like a blondie movie but it's very good. Reese Witherspoon actually studied English Literature at Stanford, that's one reason why we shouldn't don't fall for looks.

Timm S (jp) wrote: Bareable..But Only Just!!

Kevin D (kr) wrote: I am a completely ignorant of Stanley Milgram's and his work, I wasn't really sure what I was getting into when I picked this movie last night outside of knowing it was a biopic. I actually watched this film with friends and we were found ourselves talking about it long afterwards.Peter Sarsgaard, does very well portraying the somewhat dispassionate and yet intelligent Milgram. There is a deep intelligence in this man, and a yearning to understand why we act the way we do when authority is imposed on ourselves, yet there is a severe emotional disconnect between implementing his experiments and discussing the fruits of his labor. When describing and explaining his work, he certainly does so in a very straightforward manner, but what the results say much about us as individuals and as a society. They certainly are noteworthy and it explains why he became such a noteworthy person in media and in the psychiatric world. Winona Ryder plays his loyal and supportive wife, who although may question his methods at times, certainly stands by his side throughout the events in this film. Several notable actors portray colleagues, participants, and other persons of interest throughout the film and add real talent and depth in the cast.There were some film experiments going on in the film itself, in terms of direction and visual representation of ideas. Milgram directly addresses the audience at times, breaking the rules of the '4th wall' by acknowledging you directly at the beginning of the film. At other times he breaks mid scene to address you again. There is a visual representation of the 'elephant in the room' when he discusses difficult topics that explain some of his more controversial methods during the early 60's. A flat 2 dimensional backdrop was used when visiting his old colleague and mentor, perhaps to represent a dull and somewhat awkward afternoon tea with someone he may have actually despised. Some of these methods were interesting, but most felt like a juxtaposition for the rest of the movie that was filmed in a much more typical manner.The questions raised by Migram's experiments are important ones. Why do we blindly follow orders? When do we take responsibility for our own actions? What percentage of people will say no and stand up to authority? His work had a common theme about human nature, and the results of which are somewhat disturbing and controversial to understand. They often display a dispassionate and often cruel side of ourselves, and that can be the most difficult answer to recognize.An interesting film and worth your time if you are curious about his life and works. Well acted, and seemed like an experiment in film at times.3/5

Lisa J (us) wrote: Not original. It started off okay, but then just went downhill, including the acting.

Robert F (ca) wrote: Unfunny and uninspired