S21: The Khmer Rouge Death Machine
Documentary of the S-21 genocide prison in Phnom Penh with interviews of prisoners and guards. On the search for reasons why this could have happened.
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Clayton F (au) wrote: Holy Shit Balls, what the hell. Not sure, still not sure, a few weeks later. Not a lovey dovey film in no way, it is dark and sadistic. It goes in to the field of "The Secratary" staring Maggie G. but way worse, It shows how far one women will go to satisfy herself, she is in pain and can't escape, without Jason, who will go just as far as she wants to, to ease her pain. If you don't like weird sex shit, don't watch. I still don't know how to explain it entirely. Mario Bello does great work as does Jason Patric, one ponders what possesed them to take these roles. it is completely out of the norm for both (not so much Jason - see Rush or Narc)... watch at your own risk... don't say i did not warn you.
Greg W (mx) wrote: ok but silent shakespeare? kinda defeats the purpose
Kate W (ag) wrote: Classic here! But Disney didn't put the fact he really didn't come in first! But love this movie!!!
Kami L (gb) wrote: Let's face it: Susan Sarandon is the Grand Master MILF. MILF of all MILFS. Alltime super turbo best. I can't even imagine her starring in a movie where she's not 40 seducing younger men. And in White Palace she is doing just that. Hot ass working class cougar in action. Then we have James Spader, who's not a bad actor. He and Susan just lack chemistry. Storyline's pretty basic. Two different age/social class meet, fall in love and both have their problems / past, yada-yada-yaa. Sarandon is awesome as always, but becides that, it's all bit too predictable, even boring. And that's because the dramatic set up lacks credibility. i.e. The death wife of Spader really doesn't grab you. There's Kathy Bates and Jason Alexander on the supporting cast, but they don't even really affect the story. Maybe they should have written more scenes to Bates/Alexander to bring more comedial edge into it? Somehow it's all too "pointlessly serious" now.
Mallory B (br) wrote: Simply brilliant. A dark and magical look at what Lewis Carroll might have been like...the scene where he tries to tell Alice he loves her actually made me cry. It is such a taboo subject, but told with such love and adoration through Ian Holm's fabulous interpretation of the character you don't even mind (well...only a little bit. It does get awkward). Oh, and there are muppets in it. And Peter Gallagher.
Arik G (fr) wrote: WHO'S THE MASTAH!!!!
Francis M (ag) wrote: At times hysterical for all the wrong reasons.
Mig M (us) wrote: A classic Japanese Pink/Expolitation Film.
sheila s (fr) wrote: love all the road films
Arry F (fr) wrote: Ten years later it's still badass
Michael F (kr) wrote: Okay. Nowhere near as good as the first film.
Carl G (kr) wrote: Pretty horrible unfunny and stupid flick. MARTIN is either hot or cold. Has made some pretty bad films, but has done some solidly funny films too...