Sazaye Maut

Sazaye Maut

Malika Modi lives a very wealthy lifestyle with her widowed dad in India where they own vast acres of land and businesses. When Mr. Modi suddenly passes away, he leaves all the business's ...

Malika Modi lives a very wealthy lifestyle with her widowed dad in India where they own vast acres of land and businesses. When Mr. Modi suddenly passes away, he leaves all the business's ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Jordan L (de) wrote: Pretty weird movie but it had alot of interesting & funny segments. Plus its directed by Joe Hahn from Linkin Park. whoa.

Horror Movie H (br) wrote: Dark Feed, 2013's excuse for a "smart" or "inventive" horror that, in its delivery falls flatter than a stiff corpse. Basically what Dark Feed is about is a film crew that shoot in an abandoned psychiatric hospital, but (as expected) things start going wrong and the crew members, one by one start to loose their insanity. Yeah well in my opinion, it sounds like the same old crap you have 1 in 5 chance of picking up in the horror section of the DVD store. Even though we all know this story is far from original you can tell that the writers thought they were onto something when writing this, when realistically, they should have been chucking this in the trash the first opportunity they got. But they never and the film was still made so no more needs to be said.The Good: Its a struggle to be honest to think of something that i liked about this, but i have to do it so it's time to get my thinking cap on. Well i think it's fair to cut the writers (Michael Rasmussen and Shawn Rasmussen) a little slack here; yeah i know they can't blame anyone for the directing because it was them who directed their own script, so for it to be really bad is completely their fault; but you have to applaud them for trying. Yes the script is generic for the sub-genre it's in but it does try; and although it doesn't deliver any good or anything new for that matter, it manages to add a new take to the sub-genre; and it actually managed to shock me a few times, not my much but for what it is i was surprised.The Bad: I have to get this off my chest quick! the BIGGEST fail of this film was in fact the score that was used. You might not think it but it was. The music and score of a horror is what makes a film scary; did you ever watch Halloween on mute? It's not scary, it's the furthest thing from scary. So for Dark Feed to have a terrible score and expect to scare us, is just the most ridiculous thing ever! If your planning to watch this film and happen to think that it will be scary because the poster looked it, then STOP RIGHT THERE! you will be so shocked otherwise. I mean, that poster promoting the film makes it look watchable, but if i was to be brutally honest, i would say that i have never realized how valuable 85 minutes can be, and how slow it can pass when watch Dark Feed.I hope you all realize i could go on for hours about how bad this film is, but if i'm going to be honest, i kind of forget a lot of it, i mean i watched it two days ago so of course i'm going to forget it, especially when i hated it as much as i did. VERDICT: What can i say, Dark Feed its a boring, tedious, ineffective piece of trash that barely belongs on the shelves never mind your screen. I would advise you to avoid this at all cost, unless the last remaining horror films are this, Jason X and Episode 50, in which i'd probably still not recommend. Fair enough, if you want a way to waste a good hour and a half, be my guest and watch it, but trust me when i say this, you will be saddened at the thought that an 90 minutes of your life have been wasted.

Jamin M (au) wrote: Diary of a Wimpy Kid is one of my favorite book series. It's smart and hilarious. So as a fan of the books, I actually think this movie is an okay adaptation. It did follow the story pretty well and it did capture the characters correctly, although I did find Greg to be a bit meaner in this movie, but I still like him, and I really liked it when he took the blame for eating the Cheese to save Rowley. That was very nice. I think the film does manage to capture the humor of the book, with many hilarious moments. I think it's a nice little family movie. While the book is of course better, Diary of a Wimpy Kid is a sweet, funny little comedy

Melanie W (jp) wrote: Great movie, the acting needed some improvement. Racism is such a touchy and

Alice K (br) wrote: you can literally hear the camera man's footsteps.

nicola h (ag) wrote: awesome skater movie

Carlos G (gb) wrote: milie Dequenne acts great and the movie reflects the life of a girl that has to live under the worst circumstances, but I found it too hard. Almost purely descriptive. It's a very well made and performed movie, but I didn't like it so much, too painful maybe.

Cory T (gb) wrote: When a genre picture like 'The Exorcist' snagged most of the awards circuit in 1973, horror was then legitimized as a sought-after category for garnering praise. For my money, 'The Omen' is a spine-tingling, clammy-palmed peer alongside the preternatural exploits of The Exorcist'. Alas, as with most successes, more entries sounded like a viable proposition. Enter 'Damien: The Omen II', a gangly, monotonous disgrace which is distinguished for a litany of 'Final Destination'-style deaths. Instead of Gregory Peck, William Holden is the surrogate father of Damien and at times it appears as though he is sauntering through another movie entirely- a 'Silkwood'-esque potboiler about shareholder misconduct and capitalizing on an environmental crisis. Presumably, the movie is hinging on Damien's rite-of-passage into his demonic birthright. But, in execution, Damien is just an effete figurehead who is responsible for a rampage of giallo murders. It should be observed that all of these elaborately silly murders are cacophonous and unintentionally uproarious. A few examples are a doctor is vivisected by an elevator cable and a woman is pecked by crows until she is splattered by an oncoming tractor-trailer. The anticlimax is almost redeemed by a shrewd double-cross by a devout Satanist-in-hiding but it is too belated to rescue this misbegotten sequel.

The M (ag) wrote: Short story about a butcher and his mentaly handicaped daughter.Contains very explicit photos, it's nothing for the faint of heart or animal friends.

Roger R (br) wrote: The old saying was "there is honour amongst thieves". The underclass of any era or society have their own moral codes, codes that those not of that class find incomprehensible. And within this class there are layers of trust, mistrust, betrayal and abuse. Jean Genet spoke of betrayal of those one had been friends with, loved and even trusted and been trusted by in terms almost sexual. Betrayal and abuse within the limits of their code of morals was accepted,and this betrayal included turning 'friends' into the authorities, it was indeed almost an expression of that trust. Candy seems only able to love a man who is prepared to rough her up, and rewards his love by betraying him, perhaps in her own mind for his own good. Skip measures trust by the amount of abuse she will take to protect him. This film explores this lowest strata of humanity and its code of morals, within which as Mo (Thelma Ritter) succinclty puts it - there are limits.

Jeff A (es) wrote: Seems infinitely more traditional than Frozen but is very lush and engaging with a very taut climax.