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Joanie R (es) wrote: snail-pace trying to build suspense
I dont know w (ca) wrote: Looks good for an anime film.
Dylan G (de) wrote: A fun slasher film that horror fans everywhere can enjoy, but if you don't like gore, this will not be for you! A
Abhinav K (ca) wrote: The color pallete is wrong.Bachchan's character is underwritten.Narrative turgid as usual..
Darius C (it) wrote: Disturbing and brave portrait of a family. Brilliant performance by Julianne Moore.
Tor M (jp) wrote: My second Gaspar No-film after watching the amazing "Enter The Void" a couple of years ago. This one also left me shaking. It's very unique if you ask me. Being so very direct, and at the same time depressing, stressful, devastating and gross. Still it's pretty natural and the portrait of the troubled man is fairly beautiful in a weird way. This nihilistic and shocking film remind me a bit of "Taxidriver" - not a bad film to be connected with. It reminded me even more of a lesser known film called "Clean Shaven". Anyhow, the scariest part with the film is that I can relate to it. Not everything of course, but some of his thaughts and philosophy. "We live alone and we die alone", and in a way we does exactly this. Not for the weak hearted, not for everyone, but I recomend it to someone who are up for a different depressing film.
Josh M (mx) wrote: A Nightmare on Elm Street hit its prime with Dream Warriors. It relates to the first one well and continues Freddy's terror the way it should be told.
Luc L (es) wrote: The performances are more memorable than the storyline.
Emily A (au) wrote: Interesting adaptation with a contrasting mixture of overly formal, artificial dialogue in grimy, beaten down surroundings. Similar to Luhrmann's Romeo and Juliet but not as lame (or not as pretty but also more layered, I think). The movie was kind of all over the place but the dynamic between Keanu and River was beautiful and sad, and the inexplicit nature of the sculpture-like still shots for the sex scenes were intriguing and added to the feeling of falseness and shakespearean beauty in the bleak circumstances. Sort of. That wasn't consistent really but I think they were trying to do something similar with it (maybe?) It could have also been a fluke that just gives off an air of innovative experimentation, but I'm kind of giving it the benefit of the doubt. The fact that Keanu always delivers his lines in a way that sounds totally fake worked really well here luckily!
Susan C (ca) wrote: Loved it! Not for younger kids but I loved the double entendres contained within.