Someone Is Watching

Someone Is Watching

Cory is a young boy who has just moved into a new house with his mom. He develops a relationship with an "imaginary" friend who lives in his closet. No one believes him until people start dying violently and the "imaginary" friend becomes all too real.

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Giorgos T (ca) wrote: A really interesting idea, but overall a mediocre film. A disappointment, comparing to the excellent "Dogtooth".

Jonathan S (ag) wrote: Interesting idea. So all these people followed the "Hero's Journey"? You may get to the end and say "so what?" Worth a look anyway.

Ryan H (au) wrote: How do you rate a movie like What is it? It's interesting sometimes, but other times I was wondering if he was being weird for the sake of being weird. And I caught myself asking "can you do that with people with down syndrome?" many times. You can definitely see what Crispin Glover is doing with the film. It shows the battle within for fighting demons. That's why the movie never makes much sense. Most of this movie is probably so personal to Crispin Glover that no one else will fully understand it. You think anything David Lynch makes is weird, watch this! Perhaps the weirdest movie ever made. "Hugging Arnold Swarzennegger!"

Bodeng J (it) wrote: This is my most loved movie ever. My number one movie list. So provoking and i loved to watch it over and over again.

Lauren H (br) wrote: I'd avoided seeing this initially because it was rated so poorly on Imdb. Then I actually watched it. A pre-"MASH" movie about a MASH unit, backed by solid performances from Bogart, Allyson and Keenan Wynn. Allyson is not exactly a weighty actress, but the part doesn't demand that of her. Bogart's character starts off as a thinly veiled womanizer pushing the boundaries of harassment with Allyson. But about midway through, we begin to understand the character. He's seen one too many wars and lost one too many patients, reducing him to living from minute to minute, never planning, and avoiding too close human contact. Allyson of course brings him right out of that simply by loving him (isn't that how it works?). Fortunately, the film largely avoids cliche, either in the depictions of war and the aftermath of violence, or in the love story. She accepts that she loves him, whether it will be for a day or for a lifetime; and he likewise accepts that he can't hide from his own caring impulses. He sums it all up nearing the end, telling her 'I'll come find you. Not because I have to, but because I want to.'

Liam R (es) wrote: It has it's moments. But overall it's just overacted, German-Hollywood tripe. It's like a director looked at a hollywood film with Synchronsprecher and said, "Let's make something like this." It's super cheesy. And as much as I try, I can never enjoy cheesy films.