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Steven L (de) wrote: How does a director make a film about his life without archival footage? Rithy Panh creates a world from memory, populating it with miniature (and often haunting) figurines, while telling of his oppressed life under the Khmer Rouge in Cambodia in the mid-1970s. It's a mostly effective technique that pairs well with poetic observations of the director.
Jens S (ca) wrote: This psychological thriller paints the darkest picture: what if your child was killed in a hit and run? How far would you go to hunt the culprit? The movie, even though moving slowly, can rely on outstanding acting by the two leading men and Jennifer Connelly. While her reaction is solitude and deep sadness her husband Phoenix is angry and wants revenge. The fact that the man he is looking for ends up being his lawyer is maybe a tad much, like a couple of more coincidences throughout the plot. You can't help but wonder how it's all gonna end, though. As the noose tightens around Ruffalo's neck the viewers can't help but ask themselves how they'd react on both sides of this tragedy. Thankfully, the solution seems to find the only possible salvation.
Canem C (ru) wrote: beuatiful faces, nice stories, if not the best..of course good dances and music and make-up and costumes...for Bollywood lovers.
John A (us) wrote: With It's Complex Themes & Hard Hitting Action Sequences, Along With It's Beautiful Animation And CGI Techniques, This Is A Truly Great Film, & Almost Lives Up To It's Predecessor.
Masorad (gb) wrote: Noteworty in that it's a film designed to be screened on a Jumbotron in an empty field somewhere in Iowa. Audiences are crops.
Olly H (es) wrote: wundervoller film, der mir bisher entgangen war...und dazu noch die afghan whigs als band im film...was will man mehr?..
Tio B (ag) wrote: Some scenes are spectacular, others are just ridiculous--but it's a musical, so lighten up, Grumpy! Gil Evans' music is fabulous, Ray Davies is great, David Bowie is weird, Patsy Kensit is foxy, and James Fox is Kensity.
Steve W (kr) wrote: It constantly has the words "Made for Television" all over the DVD cover, but this horror film has better acting and cinematography than most movies. Lane Smith and Charles Durning are very believeable as hicks, who decide to go vigilante on a simpleton after a little girl is attacked by a dog and he is blamed for it. Featuring impeccable camera work, atmospheric "accident" scenes, and lots of cool build up, Dark Night of the Scarecrow is one of the most effective supernatural chillers.
Joon W (ca) wrote: Best part of this movie is Orson Welles's 20 minute diatribe against capital punishment; it makes the movie worth watching. Unfortunately, the rest of the movie doesn't have any tension or forward movement.
Russ B (kr) wrote: 5/6/2016: One of the funnier sequels I've seen. Might be better than the first one.