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Colin G (ag) wrote: An interesting documentary about horror writer HP Lovecraft. Nothing really new but the documentary is well made and covers some fascinating insights from fellow Mythos writers and Lovecraft fans such as Neil Gaiman and Stuart Gorden. Could have done with more insight into the Mythos but if you're a fan of HPL you'll enjoy this I think.
ANDERSON G (kr) wrote: "We need to talk about Kevin" is subtle and at the same time extremely perverse, dealing with a very taboo subject, he wraps himself up, finds himself, gets confused and delights, but ultimately pleases. We have here a script that works very much with subjectivity, and he knows how to deal with it, but sometimes it turns out, it's interesting the point of view chosen in the script, and very interesting that what was to be the protagonist, His dramas, anguishes and thoughts, do not appear in the film, such as kevin, who has his name in the title, and only appears the first time after 20 minutes of film, this seems to be something negative, but it has its qualities. Along with the story of Kevin (Jasper Newell / Ezra Miller), a young man who from this small has a wicked mind, and without explanation carries a hatred for his mother, being able to reach the ultimate consequences only to irritate and to cause evil. With a beautiful clear photograph and many shades of blue, it brings the sobriety of the film, with daring camera angles, it brings all that mystery and subjectivity that I have commented before, it is common closes in mouths or noses, everything is done to instigate The viewer, I can not say that it always works, but it's interesting. Tilda Swinton looks like she's not going to be able to handle the dramatic charge of the movie, but in the end she ends up holding it and surprising it so, Ezra Miller is great in every scene that appears, even though it's few, he completely steals the scene, and Jasper Newell is terrific playing Kevin the kid, what wonderful trifles, and he does not have a psychopath look himself, he has anger in his eyes, incredible as it may seem, it's beautiful to behold. Finally, "We need to talk about Kevin" is a movie that will make a big part of your viewers leave the section, this would not surprise me, as Lynne Ramsay sometimes exaggerates when trying to create layers and layers that do not exist, if you lose in trying to create Subjectivity in something simple, and drags his actions to an astonishing but simple illustration-here subjectivity was not necessary-and Kevin's motivation is very weak. But anyway, it's a great film that comes up to deal with and talk about such a taboo subject, and it surprises at times.
Sara S (br) wrote: I love this film! It's my favorite Don Bluth film with Anastasia. Bartok really steals the show for me! I love him! The story's great, the songs we're fantastic, the characters are magnificent, the acting is great and the animation is beautiful like it's predessor.
Marilee A (jp) wrote: I barely made it through Children of the Corn 1, I'm noit a Glutten for punishment
Levonne P (ag) wrote: I love this movie...I love Sissy Spacek..I love the music. It is by all means a classic!
Trey B (au) wrote: One of the more inspiring films I've seen.
Brad G (gb) wrote: I absolutely loved the first fifteen minutes of this movie; Fred Williamson??s beat down punch out intro is super fly fantastic. But the mob stronghold boxer take a dive storyline muddles about too much in the middle and I found myself drifting away into other household chores. Still, there??s some great dialogue??I mean, one liners ??Don??t give me that pig scene?? and Williamson??s mutton chops must be seen to be believed. VF.