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Kelley N (de) wrote: I really appreciate this uplifting and entertaining movie!
Nick T (mx) wrote: Everything I hoped for! Another super quotable, laugh-out-loud masterpiece in director James Nguyen's signature style. Fans of the original Birdemic film will not be disappointed!
Asif K (es) wrote: You keep hearing of path-breaking cinema but only when you see a film like Love Sex Aur Dhokha, do you know what that term really means. The director engages you so beautifully with his stories that the format becomes secondary. Each story is hard-hitting to the point of being brutal that's the film's biggest strength. The screenplay is the cleverest in recent years where the film ends, it could well begin again. The film has tremendous shock value; it has its moments of laughter and it has the capacity to make you think about it much after it's over. LSD has all the makings of a contemporary cult classic this season's best film. It's a must-watch. outstanding movie.
Jess M (nl) wrote: A sound movie. I was kind of hoping that it wouldn't finish with the end of the world, but it just ends and that's it.
Jim R (mx) wrote: Dark Reel is part horror, part thriller, part comedy and an all around enjoyable experience. In this Giallo-esque film, Ed Furlong of T2 fame plays a down on his luck loser who wins a walk on role alongside the movie star of his dreams played by the amazing Tiffany Shepis. What he doesn't know is that there is a murderer on set who seems to be obsessed with an unsolved 1950's murder case. The Black Dahlia-esque murder of starlet Scarlett May. Every character in this film is distinct and quirky and a whole lot of fun to watch. As much as it is a suspense film it also spoofs the b-horror industry and the ruthlessness of Hollywood. This film is classier than many low budget horror films as exemplified by scenes such as the one where Tony Todd's detective character questions Lance Henriksen in an amazing verbal sword fight. If you are looking for a straight out gore fest with no story or unique characters then this is not your film even though there are some very brutal death scenes. But if you are looking for a great, fun filled ride of a film that never takes itself too seriously then this is for you.
Jacob B (br) wrote: Who Framed Roger Rabbit is a film that blends elements of mystery and humour with excellent results. An alcoholic detective who doesn't work for anthropomorphic cartoons after one killed his brother who has to find the man who killed a famous inventor and prove the innocence of a rabbit who is the no. 1 suspect because of his poor acting fearing that his wife was having an affair and killing the guy as a result. Sounds like a complex story, right? Actually, it's pretty easy to follow for kids ages 8 and up. The mix of live action and animation is pretty groundbreaking and actually seems to have been able to stand the test of time. Bob Hoskins pulls off a great performance as Eddie Valiant, Christopher Lloyd makes for an appropriately sinister villain and the titular character will entertain the kiddies. Oh, and let's not forget the seductiveness of Jessica Rabbit. Come on, you probably had a "thing" for her before. Robert Zemeckis did a bang up job of this and to this day remains a classic that will be remembered for its technical innovation.
Jake D (nl) wrote: such a politically incorrect movie, however hilarious. i figured it would be like the scary movie series (or other series along that line) but it wasn't. it was actually funny, sadly it doesn't have any re-watch value. first time you laugh your ass off, next time maybe a few chuckles but that's it