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Nicholas celebrates his 40th birthday in his country house, with some friends. He has everything he ever wished for, but, on that night, he will end up dead, on his swimming pool. From that...

Nicholas celebrates his 40th birthday in his country house, with some friends. He has everything he ever wished for, but, on that night, he will end up dead, on his swimming pool. From that... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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John W (nl) wrote: Give this one an "A" for effort. I really, really (really!) like "found footage" films. Even the bad ones are fun to watch. This one does a passable job with the filler, but doesn't have any real scares and so misses out on the substance. The beginning and ending sequences tie together really well, it's too bad there wasn't more of a middle to justify them.

Nick U (us) wrote: 9/1/15 Sundance Doc ClubA really in depth and interesting look at the New York Times and journalism in general as the landscape begins to change from print to internet media. Do we want our news written by intelligent professional journalist or by bloggers and other on line media types? Do we want to pay for our media or expect it for free? Even the employees seem to have mixed views based on their age.

Jonny P (au) wrote: "The Lost Thing" is a cute story with a children's book feel to it and a simple message: Everybody and everything has a place in this world, but we should help each other to find their place. Unique animation and good narration, I just wish that I was longer.

Morgan M (br) wrote: I thought the fights were very well done and I liked seeing some familiar faces.

Steven G (au) wrote: A movie I can watch over and over and it never ceases to amaze me. Director Ryuhei Kitamura, a rising director and one of my personal favorites, shot this film with his crew in just 8 days, and the result is a wonderful story that develops into a memorable battle

Kiley L (kr) wrote: its not that good but its better then the first one but the third on is way better

Josh J (gb) wrote: As far as gay movies go, this is one of the better. In fact, its one of the only gay movies I've seen that could actually be rewatchable.

Sara (de) wrote: Well some say I watch random weird film... I just like watching films about ordinary people with their unordinary lives...very sad film BUT makes u remember there is good in the world ;)

K K (jp) wrote: D+Lackluster movie, very little suspense, bad screenplay

Bruno L (ag) wrote: Great cast in this unusual phychological thriller. The plot was good. A little disappointing in the end though.

Luc L (es) wrote: A good, well made erotic film.

Anders A (us) wrote: If it wouldnt be for Bruce Lees quicker than quick moves, this movie would just be a James Bond look-a-like. Sadly the story is totally week, though some of the action pays the bill.

Martin T (us) wrote: I'm a champion of Rope, but I'd rate this one above it. It sticks closer to the real story, explores it in greater detail, and goes deeper into the psychology. And Stockwell is a far better "Loeb" than Farley Granger. The best stuff involves the period just after the murder, with the boys trying to outwit the police; there were tense moments where I simultaneously wanted them to escape and get caught. It slows down quite a bit for the trial, although Welles' final monologue is brilliant.

Mike S (fr) wrote: Fun comedy, little over the top dramatic "meeting the parents" scenario. But very creative and a definite recommendation for Stiller and De Niro fans.

Nick M (ru) wrote: Beautiful to look at- and believable to the point of painful. A fantastic hidden gem.

Michael H (au) wrote: Hmm, the shaky camera effect is quite difficult to bear over the whole length of the film. Some effective moments but overall it's simply not very frightening. Not as frightening as the concept at least.