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Mark D (de) wrote: I liked it. Very naive but maintains the essence of the originals. Will always be drawn to this series.
Jei P (es) wrote: i had zero interested in ever watching this, but it was on TV while i was incapable of making any decisions. However, i liked the father-son story more than the usual failed romance story.
Christian W (it) wrote: I haven't really seen any animated movies lately that I can actually get emotionally invested into. This one really broke that streak, and I'm glad I discovered it. Too few animated movies manage to cature to both child and adult viewers alike, teh story is well written and the animation is great. I would recommend this (although I would be a little embarrassed to do so XD)
Jonathan P (us) wrote: Will Ferrell is without a doubt the head of the Frat Pack....sorry Mr. Stiller
Magnus J (br) wrote: Funny swedish movie!
Deema A (fr) wrote: one of Woody's best movies ,, absolutely loved sean <3 ,, the end of the movie made me happy ,, ya you should start blaming yourself ,, cuz you deserve it ,, haha ,, in general the movie was sweet, funny, and charming ,,
Sandra V (gb) wrote: Not what I expected, this is actually a biopic, although it's more a hagiography by western standards and, in the Eastern tradition, mythologises a real person's life. Still, the fights are impressive, the scenery's breathtaking and Li is as watchable as always.
Orlok W (ru) wrote: Delivers, up to a point, for both sets of fans; it's Poe with a chaser of slightly modern twists--Argento Soars!!
Michael T (gb) wrote: Spotty musical adaptation of the Broadway revue adds several new numbers for Eartha Kitt (good) and a slight plot (bad).
Lauri M (jp) wrote: Animal Crackers in My Soup!
Jacob D (nl) wrote: sorry I can't really tell you about this movie but just now it's one of the best.
Jamiyla M (au) wrote: It was a lot better than I expected. ..even startled me a few times.
Robyn N (br) wrote: "Snowtown Murders" chronicles a series of events that led to the arrest of John Bunting, Australia's most notorious serial killer. Between August 1992 and May 1999, Bunting killed 11 people in South Australia. However, Bunting, as it became clear later on, did not act alone. Kruzel's remarkable feature debut takes a visceral, grisly look at the true story of what the media dubbed, "the bodies in the barrels" murders. What the movie reveals and renders is truly horrifying and simply impossible to forget. The film follows Elizabeth Harvey (Louise Harris), a mother raising her three boys in Adelaide's northern suburbs. After her latest boyfriend displays some pedophile tendencies, she takes up with a new man, hoping for a better sense of security. John Bunting (Daniel Henshall) appears at the kitchen table one morning, and seemingly assigns himself the role of father in the family. However, John's friendly demeanor hides a coldness that is unfathomable. It slowly reveals itself at impromptu "neighborhood watch" meetings at the dinner table, where John holds court with concerned neighbors outing other supposed molesters, perverts, and undesirables in the town. John enlists his crew in acts of sadistic vigilantism on those he considers deviants, and in the process, takes Elizabeth's son Jamie (Lucas Pittaway), under his wing. Abused and neglected for so long, Jamie can't help but be swayed by anything resembling a father figure, and John's overtures of trying to "toughen up" the boy are a transparent ruse to mold him into an accomplice and disciple."The Snowtown Murders" is a raw and uncompromising film, which focuses on the relationship between John and Jamie which is truly the centerpiece of the movie. Henshall and Pittaway deserve an enormous amount of credit, and their transformations are chillingly convincing. Henshall is alarmingly fantastic as John Bunting, but it's Pittaway's portrayal of Vlassakis that is so outstanding. With Kurzel's direction, Adam Arkapaw's voyeuristic cinematography, and a cast of almost entirely nonprofessional actors allows the film to convey a devastating and convincing reality.The film generates most of its tension from the uneasiness from its placement of viewpoint, and in terms of violence, what to show, and what to cut away from. "The Snowtown Murders" is distressing and highly disturbing, one of the more difficult films to watch about psychopaths. There are very difficult scenes to sit through. There is no way to understand John Bunting. He is quite simply evil.
Garrett C (ca) wrote: Yes, it's one joke made into a whole movie, but who cares when it's done this brilliantly? A horror-comedy that would make Sam Raimi proud. It's not only really funny and well made, it's also surprisingly moving and thought provoking in its message. Perhaps the best "anti-regional stereotype" movies ever made. It's the cure for Deliverance.