After a heavy rain storm, several vehicles get stuck on a muddy road. Soon hunger and fatigue change people's manners, making them behave in a very noncivilized way. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Owen L (ru) wrote: The acting in The Purge was garbage. The direction was garbage. The script was garbage. The idea was actually pretty awesome. An outstanding idea, but poorly put together. I wanted to give The Purge a better rating, because the idea could make an amazing thriller film. But I think 2.5 stars is a deserved rating for The Purge.I just hope someone will reboot this garbage in the future and make a masterpiece.
Samuel M (us) wrote: Siempre he encontrado interesante las antologas de terror ya que el menor coste de produccin hace posible que cineastas jvenes (o viejas glorias) exploren ideas ms complejas, interesantes, o que simplemente no aguantaran la duracin de un largo.En The Theatre Bizarre esto sigue cumplindose y en la mayora de los casos, los cortos que se nos muestran ideas muy interesantes, incluso cuando te puedes esperar como va a terminar la jugada. A veces es la trama, a veces por cmo se ha estructurado el guin. "I Love You", "Visions Stains" o "The Accident" son una prueba de ello.Lo malo con esta pelcula? Que la direccin, fotografa, realizacin, edicin, interpretacin, etc...son horrendas. En algunos casos casi parece que estamos ante cortos de unos estudiantes con su trabajo final de carrera. Las interpretaciones son realmente abismales, y eso que contamos con el maestro Udo Kier, que tampoco se salva. Es ms me resulta imposible creer que Tom Savini, que casi consigue superar al maestro Romero con su remake de La Noche de los Muertos Vivientes, haya sido de crear un corto TAAAN mal planteado, rodado, e interpretado (casi parece hecho a desgana...y l sale en l!).El nico que se salva medianamente es The Accident, por como plantea su trama, lo bien rodado que est y su msica...pero aun as se me antoja un poco crptico y anticlimtico.Lstima
Regina P (au) wrote: Meh, it was okay. The monologues were poorly acted, I thought. Perhaps it wasn't acting, but writing or direction at fault. Either way, it was just an okay film.
Post G (de) wrote: Extremely disappointing follow-up after "Look Both Ways". Cheesy, fairly predictable, and with no strong narrative structure. Attempts to tackle difficult issues, but really just mopes around superficially. Much like the main character.
Al M (ag) wrote: An interesting premise and a few creepy images do little to make this boring film even remotely palatable...
Jason M (mx) wrote: This movie was kinda goofy but kinda funny, I got realy high and watched it. It was worth a view!
Hytham E (br) wrote: A Very Dark but Enormously Successful Unique Film,
Timothy M (gb) wrote: Perhaps if I'd gone through these Martin/Lewis pics in reverse order, I would have enjoyed this one most, and [i]Parnders[/i] least, instead of vice-versa. Even the presence of Shirley MacLaine can't save this, although I am again intrigued by Tashlin's commentary and self-aware gags. I'd like to see how he handles a better vehicle.
Anthony K (gb) wrote: I loved this movie, and for me, it did what I think Blue Jasmine did for the critics at the time. It's a sobering character study of a woman whose narcissistic shell has started to crumble, as age and alcoholism have rendered her unlikely to get that 'specialness' constantly validated. Young Adult can be incredibly painful to watch, but there's truth behind every line; Charlize Theron's incredible talent makes her pro/antagonist character pitiful rather than hateable. The last 25 minutes or so in particular are particularly wrenching, yet a masterclass in understated acting.