Two young twins are sent to spend time at their aunt's farm. What nobody knows is that the aunt's handyman is a psycho serial killer who dismembers his victims and stores their body parts in the barn. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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max h (gb) wrote: Lacking much of the spark of the original trilogy, this installment seems very much like the enjoyable cash grab that it is. The new direction of Rob Marshall also lacks the scope and fun of Gore Verbinski. Why would you hire a guy who has never done an action picture to direct a four-quel in an action oriented franchise? Don't you almost deserve the the lackluster pile you get from it?
Sam F (fr) wrote: I believe this film was decent, but I still don't understand why there's so much hate on this film. It took my a little bit of time to figure out how some things happened, but I got it all down. I also like the visuals and the soundtrack was superb. The visuals kind of reminded me of the visual style used in Dario Argento's Suspiria because of the lighting used including red or pink or in this film that uses blue throughout the film. I won't spoil the movie, but look deep into it and you'll get the film and you may even like it.
Gregory W (au) wrote: great doc amazing pics
Kearra h (ca) wrote: i love this movie because the women did what they had to do
Alejandra L (br) wrote: I love Gary Oldman, but that film was way too slow.
Bobby D (ag) wrote: Frankenstein meets Shocker meets Dragnet meets zanex.
Scott W (gb) wrote: One of the classic John Wayne movies but it's before he's a star. You get to see him in a supporting role.
A L (fr) wrote: Things to Come is a film for the eyes. Story-wise, it lags and is incredibly disorganized. However, it is very prophetic and with a good beginning and a great ending to back it up, Things to Come is a solid, if not great science fiction film.
nefnie l (fr) wrote: A film that starts off as a musical/comedy and ends up more of a drama. Ned (Powell) and Mona (Harlow) are lifetime friends who are sort of a couple, but Ned won't commit. A suave millionaire, played by Franchot Tone, sweeps her away and marries her; but the marriage is doomed due to the disapproval of his high society family. Tone, who does an excellent job playing the unhappy, rich, playboy Harrison, ends of killing himself. This is where the drama starts. Mona, who is pregnant, ends up being shunned for suspected murder of Harrison. The climatic conclusion really is a tearjerker. Powell and Harlow both are so incredible in their final scenes. I've never seen a Powell performance quite like this. He also does really well with Rabson, playing granny, as they are quite fun and play off each other well. Yes, the movie switches gear from being somewhat lighthearted to melodramatic, but it just makes it feel more life-like. Apparently, this was inspired by a true story.
Adam R (es) wrote: (First and only viewing - 12/25/2010 in theaters)
Hugo S (kr) wrote: Romeo is Bleeding is a freaking mess. It is stylish, but it tries a bit too hard. The plot in confusing, even when the movie was over I wasn't sure what it really was about. Fortunately, the acting is solid. Gary Oldman and Lena Olin are terrific. This just falls in a category of films from the early 90's that tried to reinvent film noir. Could have been better.