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Lee M (it) wrote: One of the most daring, original film experiments you'll ever see. It takes a familiar childhood favorite and filters through a kinky lens to turn it into a sly modern fairy tale.
Marischa B (mx) wrote: This is basically a "spoof" of the Paranormal Activity films with a few other recent movies and TV shows thrown in. I use the word "spoof" very lightly because there wasn't one remotely funny thing about this. There are reality show references and if you do not watch reality shows you will have no idea what's going on. In fact a lot of the movie "references" are all recent - meaning this will be pretty dated in about 5 years. I'd like to say this is something that will not hold up well over time but it doesn't hold up well over five minutes. It's incredibly unfunny and it's trying hard to be funny.There are lots of dick jokes in fact that's pretty much all it is, but nary a humorous one. There are references to other movies but again, the guy who "wrote" this seems to think simply referencing another movie is somehow funny. The daughter is from The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo but there isn't anything funny about it. This is one of those movies that was clearly written over a weekend, no rewrites, no input from anyone funny or with talent - just a quickly thrown together bad attempt at a spoof. Looking at the director/writer's other credits, it's no wonder this was so awful. Someone needs to tell this guy he's not good at this. This type of humor is not easy to write and this is a good example of why not everyone should be trying this.
Fergus S (jp) wrote: Much like Kidulthood, would not be out of place on American Streets
Fredrik A (mx) wrote: Interesting idea but not brilliant made. Better if the casting had been by unkowns actors.
Esra (mx) wrote: Very good thriller!!
Justin B (kr) wrote: Though probably as flawed as the original, the sequel trades in genuine horror for gleeful, gory camp and if that's your cup of tea, it works just as well.
Weul S (mx) wrote: Two boys, one Catholic & one Jewish, become friends in a boarding school during WWII France in this tender coming-of-age film of friendship & betrayal.
Zoran S (au) wrote: Not a bad idea for a movie, but the script is lousy. Parts of it are plainly awful and border on oil-rig porn. The film makes the mistake of assuming that watching people turn off oil fires is cinematic.