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Scott S (fr) wrote: I got it for free, on hoopla digital, had to stop watching halfway through. apparently it was made in 4 1/2 days, without a script. it shows.
Ana G (ru) wrote: Fantastic actors..Rory Caulkin is great as usual, Julia Garner seems to be a promising actress.
Michael M (gb) wrote: F*** this movie. I hated this movie. F*** this f***ing movie!Okay, now that that's out of my system, let's start at the beginning. The film starts out promising. It has a creepy tone, an interesting premise that has never really been explored before in horror, and the amateur actors are surprisingly good and their relationships feel completely natural. As the film goes on though you start to realize it doesn't seem to know what it's doing. It isn't until about 55 minutes in that anything actually interesting starts happening. For a 95 minute movie, that's a major problem. Before then we're just following these people going through various haunted house attractions around the country. You ever watch haunted house walkthroughs on YouTube? It's just 60 minutes of that. Throughout those 60 minutes there were glimpses where I would see something happen and think to myself "okay, I think I see where they're going with this; that could be neat", but by the end of the film it becomes clear this wasn't the case. That would be fine if the film was going in its own direction with something else interesting, but it ended without any answers. When the plot twists I'm coming up with in my head are better than anything the movie is giving me, that's a problem. I'm not saying I need things spoon-fed to me, but when I can find 20 different crater-sized plot holes in the ambiguous story I'm given, you gotta' give me something. As it stands, it seems like they had no idea what they were doing and just went with a f***ed up ending for the sake of a f****ed up ending. No rhyme or reason, no point, nothing to say, and wildly unearned. The final shot of this movie is so mean, hopeless, and entirely illogical, it just made me want to scream at the TV.In some ways I feel bad about picking on this movie, it's clearly got good ideas and everyone involved seems to be trying. But good ideas only get you so far, you have to some place to go with them. And this movie had nowhere to go with them. Maybe someone could remake this and do it right, because there's good ideas here. I like the idea of exploring haunted house culture, I like the idea of showing places that take things too far, but this film doesn't want to do anything with those ideas. It teases you with them but then eventually falls on to boring horror tropes and outright human cruelty. This is the worst movie I've seen in years. It's a horror movie with no scares and nothing interesting to say. At its best, it's boring. At its worst, it's mean-spirited and needlessly uncomfortable.
Grant R (gb) wrote: This looks like an incredible movie. It is refreshing to find something with honest emotion.
Garwin S (us) wrote: I don't like speaking ill of the dead, but I've said this before, I'll say it again....Claude Chabrol, you're boriiiiing.
Gary R (jp) wrote: I know absolutely nothing about baseball. However I do like maths. This film was amazing! Really good characters and a great performance from all. I found myself caring about baseball statistics by the end.
Ma S (us) wrote: Fantastic documentary. I was completely captured by it, it was interesting, educational and you could really feel for what these boys have been through.
Joanof A (ru) wrote: ofcourse if not by louis garrel i will not gonna see this.
Ryan K (ru) wrote: A fun popcorn action movie. Where the plot is nothing to write home about the action however is definitely a spectacle. With over the top big set pieces to fill the screen to keep the film afloat. It certainly has it's problems and isn't a perfect film, but that doesn't mean I had fun. It's harmless entertainment that is fun to pop in on a casual weekend where you don't want to sit through something deep but something fun. It's like you could eat this $100 meal and enjoy it certainly but you instead order pizza because it's just as delicious. Tomorrow Never Dies is pizza.
Ina S (it) wrote: How come I haven't seen this? Went right on my "to watch"-List
Sunil J (ru) wrote: This documentary is SO worth watching for anyone interested. The insane interviews alone are amazing. Makeovers for lesbians and football for gay men somehow will make them straight? Interesting approach, right?
Vivian W (it) wrote: Total waste of time.
TrueFilmFan N (au) wrote: The First Person "John Wick" is here. Fight scenes are awesome and the story is kinda confusing, but then you understand it later on in the movie. I was hooked to this movie the whole time.