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Spike and Mike's Sick and Twisted Festival of Animation 1998 torrent reviews
Kristofer S (fr) wrote: Great documentary but only if you've never seen the previous three "Paradise Lost" movies. You're better off just watching those.
Jeffrey B (ag) wrote: A nice adaptation of the graphic novel of the same name. It's great to see Superman and Supergirl go up against Darkseid.
Chris C (au) wrote: Plenty of style, charisma, thrills, and plot twists to warrant a good watch, but it ends in such a way that you'll only need to watch it once.
David J (nl) wrote: Though I enjoyed it, Tears is a bit outrageous in plot structure and has a few weak characters.
Mish R (br) wrote: The only good thing about this movie is Julia Stiles.
Matthew J (gb) wrote: Although it is no more intelligent than it's characters this comedy was fun while it lasted.
Stuart K (de) wrote: Written and directed by Roman Coppola, son of Francis Ford and sister of Sofia. This is a loving homage to European filmmaking of the 1960's and also films like Barbarella (1968). It's cool and chic without being pretentious, and this is one that's slipped through the cracks and people ignored upon release. Paris, 1969, and American film editor Paul Ballard (Jeremy Davies) is working on a sci-fi adventure film called Dragonfly, written and directed by the renowned Andrezej (G (C)rard Depardieu). The film stars newcomer American actress Valentine (Angela Lindvall) as spy Dragonfly, who lives in a spaceship on top of the Eiffel Tower in the year 2001. However, Andrezej is sacked by the film's producer Enzo (Giancarlo Giannini), after an engagement with replacement director Felix DeMarco (Jason Schwartzman) doesn't go to plan, Enzo settles on Paul to direct the film, impressed by his second unit work. As Paul sets to work, he falls for the films star and becomes obsessed with her on-screen persona, even though he has a girlfriend with Air France flight attendant Marlene (Elodie Bouchez), he has a difficult decision to make. It's a very good film, harking back to an interesting period in cinema, when all sorts of arty films were being made. Coppola does well here with his debut, and the cast is rounded out by Dean Stockwell and Billy Zane and a superb score by French band Mellow, (worth watching the film for), this is a personal film, but quite amusing and well made.
Khristina W (de) wrote: I lost 2 hours of my life I can never get back.
Carol R (it) wrote: Enjoyed it not much in way of special effects though
Adam R (ru) wrote: (First and only viewing - In my early twenties)
Alban L (fr) wrote: Shakespeare la port (C)e de tous !
James H (mx) wrote: 6.5/10. Good mix of comedy, romance, action and drama - with a gay theme. Good story, always interesting and nicely acted. It does have too many storylines however. A feel good movie.
Jose Luis M (nl) wrote: Adele es una mujer que ama de forma obsesiva a un hombre que no la corresponde, adem s de tener la carga de ser la hija del famoso Vctor Hugo. Apasionada pelcula de Truffaut.
Nooshin P (jp) wrote: It is a long, leaden, grueling account of the arguing and quarreling and lovemaking of a man and a woman trapped in a shack at the bottom af a sand pit amid some remote and desolate dunes. Despite its drabness and some tedium, it grips and agitates the mind.
David L (ag) wrote: A film of two halves; the first being a tame yet intriguing sci-fi concept of a crazed scientist intent on developing the formula that can make someone invisible, whilst also being able to return them to their visible self. The second then takes a twist into horror as the scientist, frustrated by his irreversible form, goes mad at the prospect of his inhuman state, and isolated captivity, killing off his lab team one by one. The first state acts as a perfect prelude and introduction to the second, albeit with a somewhat depleted cast. Other than Bacon, the actors are all relative unknowns, so this has done well considering it would be very easy to have slipped under the radar. It does bring about an interesting concept though, and the thought of how one would behave if granted the power of invisibility. Would you abuse it for your own advantage and nosey persona, or would it detract from your social status? Personally I'd struggle to volunteer in taking the risk of transformation on the operating table, so it would be a non-starter regardless. The movie tales off quite quickly towards the end, and once he's gone completely psychotic, it doesn't take long to wipe out all his friends in a short space of time, without there being any struggle. Ok, so if you're invisible it may be an easy job, but for the benefit of our entertainment, this could have been drawn out and made more of a battle. This just proves that the concept is really just centred around three main characters, a love triangle that got in the way of work, and will now be a fight to the death. In my eyes, this is a decent film that has been overlooked, but warrants a watch if you're a fan of science fiction, horror, action, or thriller. It definitely lacks the Hollywood pizazz but won't leave you feeling empty (or should I say 'hollow') on the entertainment front :)
Aaron G (it) wrote: As far as I'm concerned this one did not age well.
Mark K (jp) wrote: absolutely dreadful.