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Elva S (ru) wrote: In my opinion, one of the best Filipino films of its time. On the job doesn't hesitate in discussing the political turmoils that plague the country. The cinematography and quality of the shots shown in this video was also a cut above the rest.
Zack B (kr) wrote: There are several scenes of superfluous emotional displays, like the horrid scene of Jeff crying in the hotel room. Badgley's performance in that scene suffers not because of his own instincts but because director Dan Algrant didn't seem to know what he was doing with that scene. It didn't gel. And the crying just wasn't convincing. Other than that, the music is incredible, Penn Badgley shocked with his enormously talented vocals skills and for his seemingly passionate take on Jeff's adolescent sarcasm, his infinite knowledge of music and how these both mixed and transformed into his performing genius.
Dy M (es) wrote: Love this romantic film, with a sad but happy ending :-) Family reconciled :-)
John J (kr) wrote: An almost surreal portrait of the gang culture of Haiti.
Fidel Antonio M (ag) wrote: May (Lucky McKee): Shot like a film school project.
Neil O (de) wrote: Misanthropic though gripping thriller in the Baby Jane mould. James Caan flashes enough hairy chest to make a bear weap.
Keenan S (it) wrote: Ugetsu is a ghost story for the patient horror fan, not the jump-scares-every-five-minutes horror fan (Though I will admit, I have enjoyed many such trashy horror flicks). If you are a viewer who is willing to watch a very slow-building film and wait patiently for the payoff, Ugetsu is that kind of film. However, not only does this film work as a superb horror film, but it also works superbly in a variety of other categories such as drama, fantasy, allegory, and many other areas. It's a film that is not only creepy, but it is also a film driven by various themes like greed, ego, love, loss, and war. It's an evocative, beautiful, eerie, atmospheric, and multi-layered film that achieves a great deal in a very short running time of 97 minutes. It's an old-fashioned and mythical-feeling film, but that's part of the magic and intrigue of it. If you like meat on your ghost stories (Great stories, great atmosphere, inclusion of themes, etc.), Ugetsu is by far one of the very best of its kind. It's a shame this isn't more widely known, because it is a masterpiece not just as multi-genre flick, but just by itself. But, like I said, this is only for the patient viewer.
Ted W (nl) wrote: Better than the average Santa Slasher movie with some really creepy performances. Not great, but made for an interesting Christmas night double feature (with Black Christmas).
Lucero C (fr) wrote: Personally to me, one of the best 90s disaster films!! very strong story line!
Lucia B (nl) wrote: In fairness at least the feels is there... I'm still keeping my fingers crossed.
Kara S (gb) wrote: One of the best underrated movies of all times! Great for all ages above 3 years old! Must see!
Mark M (fr) wrote: How can you not like this classic?