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Rodney L (de) wrote: I see where it was going, but it never really arrived there. cinematography, music and acting were great.
Noname (gb) wrote: I had to watch this since i watched the other 3 movies before despite being very poor made ones. Well the first 2 movies were average but now its going downhill with low budget feeling all the way. The acting are the worst part aswell as pretty bad effects. But these latest are TV movies so you can't expect to much from it. They aren't totally gargabe and you may find it watchable atleast in the end if you are a huge movie lover.
KARLA E (fr) wrote: I think that it kinda brought together what made the series work.
Clement C (it) wrote: Film pas mal drle, prendre au premier degr. ? viter pour les gens qui "coeurent" facilement, mais voir si vous tes capable de rire de situations loufoques et invraisemblables.J'ai beaucoup aim "J'espre que c'est le dernier, il reste plus vraiment de place dans la cave." Tordant
Sue W (mx) wrote: I bought this film because I'm a die hard Ryan Reynolds fan. Whilst he is great in it as is Emily Mortimer they are alone in they're talent and ability to drag this poor script into realism. Both are great an believable in they're roles. Sadly no one else could salvage a good performance. An the idea that out of Ryan Reynolds an Stuart Townsend there would be any competition is ridiculous come on seriously. He's not a patch on the Reynolds! It was funny an smart but only really when it's best actors were in it. Alas Townsend was not one of them, British he may be but he's never forgiven for messing up Lestat in Queen of the Damned!
Nicole G (br) wrote: Heart wrenching and romantic. The longing of wanting something so desperately you cannot have, the fact that even if two people want the same thing, it cannot always happen....so meaningful. <3
Henri N (mx) wrote: Great film! many may not understand it - understandably so - but to those who take interest in mysticism, psycholinguistics, logotheism, logolatry.... and SPELLING! ^_^It explores some aspects of family life, like an overly success-oriented father, a son who wants to take his path to that goal and a prized and gifted daughter who views it all crashing downward, from the sidelines. As well as a mother, looking for her own answers, in all the information she has collected from her husband, and taking actions to get them - all the while loving and supporting her kids.However i doubt words are the only path to the film's "goal". If anything the word 'symbols' is what they should have been using (letters, numbers, music notes, "cartoglyphs", ect.)I must say one thing though. Despite all the problems this family has went through (which will, no doubt, be overcome), this family is soooooo AWESOME !!!!!!I want to be adopted!! PLEASE!!! ^_^
Alasdair R (fr) wrote: From the shocking opening you just no the movies going to be good
Eric R (ag) wrote: In the early nineties Dimension films acquired the rights to the "Hellraiser" and "Children of the Corn" franchises and boy they didn't sit on them like New Line Cinema did when they acquired the "Friday the 13th" franchise. Dimension sequelized the hell out of both series. "Children of the Corn II: The Final Sacrifice" would be the first of 6 sequels (with a seventh in the works) the company produced up until the time I write this review. After re-watching "Children of the Corn II" for the first time since I was a kid it's hard to believe 5 more sequels would follow as this sequel is worse than having a corncob stuck up the ass.... again.... and again.Taking place mere hours after the events of the first film, we are now introduced to a snotty, foul mouthed teenage asshole and his down-on-his-luck dead beat dad moving to the mangled town not seeming too concerned that cops and paramedics are everywhere picking up bodies. Yes I understand the father NEEDS the job but holy hell.... turn the fuck around! No job is worth living in a town where all the children killed the fucking adults! Since the leader child Isaac "died" the first time around, we now are introduced to new leader "Micah" and predictably the children start killing the adults all over again."Children of the Corn" was hardly a great film (one might even call it a poor Stephen King adaption) but it had a charm about it and a solid cast of actors with even the children coming across threatening and scary at moments. Here it's a god damn joke. The acting is retched, the script tepid and clich (C), and the death scenes are insulting. Highlights include a women getting crushed by her house ala "Wizard of Oz" (the writers even have the gall to have her mutter "what a world" before she goes splat), a guy having a nose bleed from hell (via voodoo doll) and even a women in a scooter being rammed through a window. The worst part is the crackerjack story which adds the twist that mold growing on the stored corn harvest drove the children mad. What?! These writers seem to be throwing shit at the wall just to see what sticks.Director David Price is almost non-existent giving the film a flat, direct-to-video look despite this corn cob of shit getting a theatrical release. He can't direct his actors and mixed with a shitty script he churns out a another completely pointless sequel to a film that really didn't deserve one, let alone a franchise.Perhaps in a different mood I would have enjoyed "Children of the Corn II" more as an unintentional comedy but I will be honest and in saying I loathed it and it annoyed the living shit out of me. It's just another pointless crummy sequel that I seem hell bent on wasting my time on. Even being a complete turd this is one of the most highly prized DVDs horror fans can hunt down. Why is the DVD so rare? Well in the early days of Dimension Films they partnered with Paramount to distribute their movies (this along with "Hellraiser III"). Due to this contractual issue neither Paramount nor Dimension is able to release it on DVD (a similar problem occurred with "Hellraiser III" which was released on DVD for a short time and quickly went out of print). "Children of the Corn II" was released on DVD in Canada from a company called Top Ten Media but it also quickly went out of print and only occasionally appears on eBay. I was lucky enough to score this DVD, along with the other sequels, at a pawn shop for pennies so I plan to waste plenty of more time on this lame series.
Private U (gb) wrote: wonderful screen play
Bob K (es) wrote: I realize it's not great but I liked it.
Danny R (br) wrote: Walt Disney's groundbreaking eight-part innovative classic animation masterpiece, which took three years and $2,280,000 to make. It was originally planned as a short subject film, but Walt Disney and conductor Leopold Stokowski decide to make a full-length concert feature instead. The result is a vivid imaginative work of stunning genius, with a broad range of incredble animation from the abstract shapes, colours and ideas that open the film, through to the fun and engaging The Sorcerer's Apprentice and Nutcracker Suite. The science lesson in The Rite of Spring and the 'introduction-to-ballet' we have with the Dance of the Hours and to finish with the incredibly scary and unforgettably sinister devil in the Night on Bald Mountain and Ave Maria. An amazing marriage of music and animation that remains a magnificent artistic and technical achievement. One of the all-time great animation films. Highly Recommended.
Greg W (nl) wrote: another romantic triangle given lubitsch treatment though based on a noel coward play little of his dialog made it 2 the screen.
Aaron W (de) wrote: Good film, very similar to green street vs kidulthoodWorth a watch if u like these sort of films
Nicolas P (mx) wrote: Lo nico que realmente me gust fue el gato rindose. A estas alturas no tiene sentido una versin CGI de una serie clsica, realmente mas sentido tiene recordar y ver los viejos captulos a este producto econmicamente destacado.
Jason P (fr) wrote: The Hateful EightThis is a film that could have been more effective in 90 minutes, way too long. My favorite part was the opening (score) and scenery. I am also more grateful for my front door, warmth, and all of the day to day things we tend to take for granted. I almost fell asleep before half way in. I figured the action and gore would hit eventually, but it was not especially satisfying compared to his previous films. Samuel Jackson lost his mystique after doing credit-card commercials and barely pulls off his role. The talent of Walton Goggins is the only thing that glues this film together enough where I did not walk out before it ended. After Grindhouse, I figured we have seen the last of Kurt Russell in a Tarantino flick- and I simply was not impressed with him here.I'll give it kudos for being a "one location" film, and if it wasn't a Tarantino film I'd be a bit more impressed, but obviously the expectations are high. I have not gotten up faster out of my seat at the end of a film (without at least watching part of the end credits) unfortunately. If I could go back in time I would have saved this one for DVD and saw The Revenant on the big screen instead.