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Terri H (mx) wrote: No thankyou - Not interested
Simon D (es) wrote: A nice indie film but a fairly poor attempt at comedy. John C. Reilly was underused unfortunately.
Nicola D (fr) wrote: nice cop movie, with a good Detroit set, delivering its poverty and its crooked police dept environment. Ray Liotta is the perfect bad cop, anyway.
Kyle E (ag) wrote: Rob Zombie has been a horror fan for years. So when he decided to make a film it was no surprise that he would make a horror film. House of a 1000 Corpses is his first nightmarish vision captured on film. Corpses, though a flawed film, does it's job at creating something new and exciting. We are introduced the most deranged family in horror history since the Texas Chainsaw Massacre. One thing thats very interesting about the characters is that every characters are named after Groucho Marx characters. House Of A 1000 is a thrilling, rejuvenating film in the horror genre and some fans and critics alike have noticed similarities between this film, and TCM. Some claim that Rob Zombie plays out his as a homage to the old school horror films. In part, I'd say it's true. But in the end, who cares? He's made a good little horror film thats worth to check out, and it doesn't matter if it's a homage or not. The film still terrifies across the screen, and by the films end you know that the Firefly family are not to be messed with.
Greg W (ca) wrote: an under appreciated lil gem
Jolie C (gb) wrote: The release date is wrong-Leaf, before he became Joaquin, is about 13 in this film.
Alexandria W (it) wrote: Gentle, caring, and the best animated movie I've ever seen. The drawings and animation are exquisite. Peace, joy, and love just radiate from the screen and characters, and that is a message sorely lacking in today's movies.
Arw M (jp) wrote: Slow and dull compared to the first movie.
Tom j (it) wrote: best film i've ever watched, huge respect to the stunt men aswell as the actors, directors, john williams, screenplay. Love the practical explosions and the movie producers hard work to shoot and make the awesome scenes. The balls the directors and stuntment had to do a 50mph truck chase where the stuntmen & ford are being dragged along the floor and threw off the truck is incredible. ALL the acting is all fantastic and memorable. Will always remember this film. 10/10
Michael W (fr) wrote: Chinaman Joe crosses paths with an influential Texas rancher's smuggling and Mexican slave operation. Joe is pushed often, and passes all tests including high stakes poker and bullfighting. Klaus Kinski has bit part as a bounty hunter.
Daniel A (mx) wrote: Following a slow start, In This Our Life unfolds into a fairly decent melodrama. Typical to many of the films Ms. Davis was making during the era, the film pits her against a fellow leading actress in an overblown tale of love affairs and high-drama. The difference here being the film's fearlessness in tackling more controversial topics including race relations, drunk driving and incest. The performances are fine, Davis and DeHavilland do well with the characterizations of the good and evil sisters, but it is of course Davis who steals the show with her villainous Stanley, creating a number of memorable moments during the final act. John Huston's direction is assured, as is the screenplay, with the two combining to form a film which only gets better with repeat views.
Lucie G (es) wrote: This is definitely one of the most impressive movies I've ever seen!!!
Teija R (ru) wrote: Yksi versio Bram Stokerin Draculasta. Pettymys. Ei vetnyt lhimainkaan vertoja sille versiolle, jossa Gary Oldman nytteli kreivi Draculaa.
intuciic (mx) wrote: nothing really special
Stuart K (us) wrote: Directed by Don Siegel (Coogan's Bluff (1968), The Beguiled (1971) and Dirty Harry (1971)) and written by blacklisted writer Albert Maltz, this was a light-hearted but incredibly well made western which had a good pairing in the lead, and a killer score by Ennio Morricone. While it's not perfect compared to Siegel's other films, it's a film that grows on you over time and it does have some good moments. Set in Mexico during the early 1860's, during the French intervention in Mexico, American drifter Hogan (Clint Eastwood) comes across a group of Mexican bandits about to rape nun Sara (Shirley MacLaine), but he puts a stop to all that. Sara is in Mexico working with the Mexican revolutionaries who are fighting the French, and Sara proves to be a match for the tough Hogan, who watches in amazement as she drinks his whisky and smokes his cigars, and she proves to be helpful when he's struck by an arrow, and she helps him bring down a French ammunition train, but he's able to get her to the revolutionary camp, led by Col. Beltrn (Manuel Fbregas) where they're preparing for a battle with the French. It's a very good film, but at the time, it split critics and audiences down the middle, even Universal didn't know what to do with it, and delayed it's release by 6 months. But, Eastwood and MacLaine have good chemistry and it's heavy going in places, but Morricone's score is a killer.