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Police in India are baffled over the case of missing children, who bodies are later found dead.
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Beauregard R (es) wrote: For a low budget horror film, it was..... low budget.
Stephen C (kr) wrote: Julien Temple has really hit his stride in the field of Music documentaries in recent years ,his Dr Feelgood, Joe Strummer,Glastonbury and Sex Pistols docs have all been outstanding.Now Temple turns his attention to the city of London and its past history and its future right up unti.l the riots in 2011.To sya that Temple has constructed a masterpiece of film making is selling the film short as a portrait of my favourite city Temple has deliverer the goods.The film traces London from the early 20th century when it was the heart of the British Empire ,through Two world wars and periods of decline right up to the modern multicultral wonderland of today.Temple uses his images and music well with the Clash and The Sex Pistols obviously in the mix but we also get music hall ditties and Noel Coward in there as well.The film interviews a cross section of Londoners as well from Tony Benn to immigrants who arrived in the 50s .Its a wonderful tribute to a wonderful city and i for one cant waut to see it again.
John C (es) wrote: Like all of Ti West's films, it takes a long time to get to it, but the strong character development makes "The Innkeepers" that much more terrifying when bad things start to happen to them.
Robert F (kr) wrote: A really boring documentary about a man how dies after having sex with a horse. Yeah I thought that was impossible too.
Derek D (de) wrote: The Single Worst Film In Cinema History. The Movie Is Homophobic, Racist, Jingoistic, Misogynistic, Idiotic, And Completely Joyless. The Cast Is Truly Atrocious, With Any Present Talent Being Totally Ignored. I Will Never Understand Why Danny Trejo Signed On For Something This Awful. "Delta Farce Is The Most Offensive Movie That I Have Ever Seen. It Is Absolutely The Lowest Form Of "Comedy".
Mee H (ag) wrote: Very very very nice.
Sarah H (au) wrote: Well, after such a huge gap between the last Benji movie and Benji Off The Leash, I did not have any expectations of this movie. It was okay, but it really pulled away from the spirit of Benji that made Benji great in the old days.
Christopher H (mx) wrote: According to science fiction horror films, high school is one of the most unsafe places when it comes to invasions of any kind, alien or other. "Disturbing Behavior" is an interesting concept with a real life allegory at play; we all know teenagers can be unruly, so let's lobotomize them and make them robots. James Marsden plays the fish-out-of-water, Steve Clark, who steps into a new high school filled with the normal geek-jock-stoner separation. Led by Gavin (Nick Stahl) and Rachel (Katie Holmes), Steve isn't buying into Gavin's raving notions that the jocks are being controlled by a higher force. Of course it takes losing Gavin to the dark side to make Steve realize the error of his ways. Sadly, this film is outdone by fellow teen horror film "The Faculty" oddly of the same year, which uses "Invasion of the Body Snatchers" as its starting off material. With a much better cast and way tenser moments, "The Faculty" overcomes its teenager angst and became a cult classic, while "Disturbing Behavior" is somewhat forgettable. With a young Katie Holmes to drive it home and enough thrills to keep it watchable, the film will always be a reminder of 90's teen horror, but apart from that, falls to the wayside of much better examples.
Ilya S (de) wrote: Not really a movie :)
Lyndsey B (nl) wrote: Anyone know where I can find it on DVD? It's a brill movie!
Kerby H (us) wrote: God this is just so funny.
EpicGuy1738 (ca) wrote: Honestly my favorite Pixar movie of all time
Stephen C (us) wrote: Not the strongest Bergman, but the undertones are very interesting.
chase k (fr) wrote: i luv 2 see diz film
Federico F (nl) wrote: Beautiful war movie, with a cast put to the test, came out gloriously for a film directed by a master in the genre live action: Ridley Scott
Chinmai R (ag) wrote: Awesome! Hilarious. The supporting cast is great. It's a great premise, executed with both humor and sharp insight. One gripe I have is that the cinematography is shot pretty dully, but obviously on purpose, similar to Dodgeball. It could have done without this, but it's a stylistic approach that I respect, because it allows for the actors to play more cartoonishly and deadpan--leading to more hilarity--and gives more weight to the story by grounding it in reality.
Linda M (ag) wrote: I love this movie - Think Beauty and the Beast with Barbara at her best.
Guy H (mx) wrote: The green screens are really bad