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Bill R (es) wrote: It's one thing to rip off a movie or two and try make it your own. It's another thing to rip off a oviedo you previously made and try to cash in. That what this director has done. same thing as The Strangers but it's not effective and the amount if plots holes throughout makes this a poorly made found footage film. The eloboratness that is done inside people's houses while they are home is a out as stupid and not logical as anything I've seen. also, I'm positive normal people wouldn't find an expensive ass camera and not question it's way of getting in the house or just discard it like useless junk. worth skipping
Valria V (au) wrote: Many empty holes ...
(mx) wrote: The horrific account of 6 year old (Martin Bristol), abducted from his backyard swing and forced to witness the brutal crimes of a deranged madman. Graham Sutter teaches Martin how to be a serial killer
The Movie W (us) wrote: I was totally engrossed by the first hour of this Aussie thriller before it sadly ran out of ideas. Director Jon Hewitt creates some brilliant atmosphere while cinematographer Mark Pugh puts together stunning compositions. The most obvious influence is Tarkovsky, especially in an elaborate homage to the kiss over a ditch in "Ivan's Childhood". Joel Edgerton is great as the moustachioed serial killer blackmailed by teenagers out of their depth. For fans of brooding atmosphere only.
tia m (fr) wrote: i loved this movie, our hero pipsqeak came back for one last battle. 18 years old and hot ! it had a little of history and was interesting
VAQ The 1 Only (nl) wrote: I remember when me and all my friends wanted to be like tristen and his crew
Adam R (gb) wrote: Barely watchable and certainly not funny. (First and only viewing - In my early twenties)
Jeffrey M (us) wrote: Though Deceiver sometimes confuses being manipulative with being clever, it has enough twists and turns to make it an interesting ride. To say it's smart would be a bit of a stretch, the plot is a bit outlandish, but it is unique enough to give the film a fresh feel. One might become easily frustrated by its non-traditional narrative, but its not meant as such, instead focusing on the characters, and their role in this mind game, almost in the style of a Lynch film. This emphasis on character succeeds largely due to the underrated Tim Roth, who owns almost every scene he's in.3.5/5 Stars
StarrySparkles (es) wrote: toni collette really is a chameleon..a true sign of a talented actor. this movie is depressing..because i'm guessing an office job would be more like this rather than the tv show 'the office' which makes office jobs look like a party!
Priscilla C (nl) wrote: sad story, fantastic film, unpretentious, natural 'acting'.
Alex H (de) wrote: I enjoyed this movie much more than I thought I would. I liked the character of Stuart Smalley on SNL but I didn't think his character would translate well on the big screen. I was wrong. Solid flick.
Minako I (us) wrote: In the past I tried to see this film 4 times but I had to stop watching because it is too sad.
Jayden C (br) wrote: really goodmust see
Logan M (us) wrote: Knowing what the film's about leaves nothing else for you to discover.
John M (nl) wrote: Dreadful, cheap and nasty. Sandra Bullock in an early, forgettable role as the love interest/hostage.
Grant S (jp) wrote: Mildly interesting, nothing special. Interesting in that it stars Clint Eastwood and Jeff Bridges, and is probably the only movie to include both of them. Eastwood was already an established star while this movie came early in Bridges' movie career. Interesting too in that it is the directing debut of Michael Cimino. His next movie was one of the greatest movies of all time, The Deer Hunter.This said, despite the acting, directing and writing (Cimino also wrote the script) talent involved, the movie is nothing special. It mostly plays as a farcical comedy. Gratuitous car chases, scenes that have no point, sometimes-random plot. Throw in an implausible bank heist and it doesn't feel at all original.Then we have a very dramatic and moving ending, just to confuse your emotions and sense of what type of movie it is.Performances are good, however. Jeff Bridges is great as Lightfoot and Clint Eastwood is solid, and very Eastwoodesque, as Thunderbolt. Good support from George Kennedy and Geoffrey Lewis. Gary Busey has a very minor role.
Devrim A (de) wrote: Contains one of the stupidest songs ever in a musical. The only enjoyable part of this movie is when that blonde girl cries like Lucy. Oh and if you think that a slap on the hand feels like a kiss you're a fucking idiot.
Jim S (ag) wrote: Kevin James is a likeable comedic personality that's perfect for a 30 minute TV sitcom or as a supporting player in an ensemble comedy, but I'm not sure he can carry a full length feature on his own. That being said, this movie has some humorous moments but I didn't laugh out loud at all. Also, actress Jayma Mays is a dead ringer for Anna Ferris, who I think would have been better in this part..