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Split of the Spirit torrent reviews
Brian S (br) wrote: Decent little horror flick about psychic evil twins conducting experiments on those around them in an attempt to experience the moment of death without dying themselves. Orlando Jones does a nice job as a physically and emotionally scarred police detective trying to discover the cause of a cluster of suicides and accidents that center on the twins. Lots of VERY creepy moments keep this one interesting, much of which is provided by the coldly uncanny performance of the twins themselves. Seconds Apart does a good job of building suspense; the story is intricate and satisfying but never goes too far over the top. Blood and chills are well-balanced. The one spot of annoyance comes with the character, Emily, who gets between the twins when she becomes romantically involved with one, and thus both. Her acting is overwrought and her screen presence enough to detract from the scenes in which she appears. Still, I recommend this one.
Mineh A (de) wrote: I think the story can be pretty and interesting, but in this movie ,it was hard to watch. I don't know why, but it just did not work.
Ryan D (mx) wrote: This was a great movie. I fee like it is completely under appreciated. Is it super well produced? No, it wasn't meant to be. It is what it is. The soundtrack is amazing, and the main character is great. Matthew McConaughey does a great job of creating this guy who has no attachment to society as we know it, but is able to maintain positive spirits otherwise. He's not an addict who is flagrantly promoting drug use, but an idealization of what people think of as a "soul surfer." I think this is a great movie based on the interactions between the characters, and the natural suaveness of McConaughey's character, despite his apparent obliviousness to this effect that he has on everyone around him. It's a supremely positive movie with a positive message. Live with less, love more, and do what you want to do without looking back to see who you pissed off.
007 W (kr) wrote: Thor isn't a bad movie it's uh..... well the story is weak, but I like it, it's pretty funny, the action is good, the movie is a little clich, the acting is pretty good, but in terms of a movie it's ok
rica M (it) wrote: Anyone who loves to dance and/or latin culture will adore this movie! It's just perfect :)
Anand K (gb) wrote: no movie will ever be able to capture the horrors of holocaust but this one might just come the closest ....
Tristan S (ca) wrote: The tension struck like a blade in the chest.
Michael W (ru) wrote: Four Navy trainees are out for a wild time on a weekend pass in L.A. wearing their Cracker Jack uniforms the whole time. Rough waters for the first hour or so before salvaging a little in the end.
Brad S (us) wrote: I enjoyed this early film from Alfred Hitchcock, though it is flawed. Hitchcock himself thought it was flawed so remade it some 20yrs later with James Stewart and Doris Day. I did like Peter Lorre in this film, he made an exceptional bad guy. Also, with this film, Hitchcock was really beginning to develop and push his style which could be glimpsed in films like "The Lodger" and "Blackmail". Not the best Hitchcock film, but definitely worth watching for Hitchcock fans or any lover of classic cinema.
Madiha H (mx) wrote: Well made movie. Enjoyable and endearing.
Michael M (br) wrote: 10 years later this movie has actually gotten better. It's crazy how much talent they had in this cast: Emile, Anton, JT, Pete from Mad Men, Ben Foster is an absolute beast plus topless Olivia Wilde, Amanda Seyfried, and Amber Heard. Pretty excellent really.
Dana G (nl) wrote: Great spoof...and a decent movie as long as you do take it as a spoof on horror movies!
Matt R (jp) wrote: A film a little too well-crafted for B-movie camp, and too ridiculous for real horror. The titular antagonist is a wicked treat, but everything else is a surprising dud.
Jeff B (fr) wrote: Despite being a somewhat formulaic 90-minute slice of life where the protagonist overcomes his flaws to make everything better, the supporting performances and subplots are strong enough to make the story enjoyable.