Texas Chain Saw Massacre: The Shocking Truth
A documentary primarily focusing on the filming and release of the original Texas Chainsaw Massacre.
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Sasha G (kr) wrote: Already a classic. A time capsule of the west coast
Tom B (fr) wrote: Bizarre Brit sado love tale
M C (au) wrote: The Innkeepers has good character development and it is eventually terrifying, but it won't pack enough scares to satisfy all horror fans. 73/100
Chris H (ag) wrote: Just when you think the acting's bad, you realize the special effects are ever worse. STAY AWAY.
Vithiet L (ag) wrote: Nowhere as good as I was hoping for it to be. The super artsy style of Wong Kar Wai doesn't really work here with the story and context. While they obviously are 2 very different movies, "Ip Man" is still far better to tell the story of Ip Man.
John R (de) wrote: With a beautiful score, flawless directing, and historical accuracy, City of Life and Death is a feel-filled film that captures the brutality of war, the unjust atrocities committed during the Rape of Nanking, and the power that guilt can have on a person with a conscience. 4/5.
Paula M (kr) wrote: It is what it is, not oscar worthy but good for a chuckle after a stressful day.
denise b (ag) wrote: the olsen's how they used to be.
Elena S (us) wrote: not bad and simple , i wonder if he really had a false kick?
Kevin R (it) wrote: The film hits the mark it seems to be aiming for. Found it to be well written and acted with a good amount of comedy and wondered what it would culminate in. An ending that didn't quite work for me is the answer.
Erik G (au) wrote: Here's yet another good direct-to-video sequel to the original 'The Land Before Time" that I used to watch when I was a little kid. It's called 'The Land Before Time IV - Journey Through The Mists'. Although I may not remember much about this film, but I recently read that Littlefoot and his friends go and find a medicinal flower for his sick grandfather. That's all that I've heard.
Richard C (br) wrote: I like this Noe short more than the sequel as its images are violent (I Stand Alone just has "shocking" monologue) and the disturbing factor achieved is attempted through not just one level. I Stand Alone has the French guy (Whom I admire way more than Travis Bickle) walking around and then Noe says, "I'm going to shock you" but then nothing really happens. Here with Carne things basically come out of nowhere and punch you in the crotch, gut and face: animal slayings, deliverance, incest, etc. Noe caught on to this which is why Irreversible came out to be such a disturbing success - it attacks viewers on literally more than three levels. Anyway, watch this if you're curious as to how Philippe Nahon's character was established. It includes the exact same stylization as in I Stand Alone but it's a subtle character study as opposed to an up-close talky one.
Gordon B (ca) wrote: There's real visual & musical strength to Robot Carnival which make it a worthy endeavor to new and seasoned fans of animated film
Jennifer B (mx) wrote: Awesome movie:-) Got to love low budget!
Vasco M (jp) wrote: An exercise in dullness, Beerfest features plenty of good intentions and edgy humour, though it's not very sharp comedy or inherently sensible. The movie goes on for long but not to many places, so a more focused, summarized final cut would have been beneficial. It does provide a few hilarious moments so if you ever watch it, bring friends.
Yoonki C (ag) wrote: Identity is such a rarity film that will divide audiences regarding of its plot twists. Some might be impressed and others might be confused and irritated. However, John Cusack gives a very good and convincing performance and being the protagonist of the many identities that coexist in a person's body. It is refreshing in a way that it tells a short tale in thriller form of a rare psychological disease, Dissociative Identity Disorder. The film is a constant exemplary thriller that keeps tension in an isolated environment. But, as the last final act kicks in, it changes revealing the twists to what a psychological thriller might be a correct term to use. Regardless of these plot twists, it does make some aspects of the film, or the events happened previously uneven or questionable as some parts do not make sense. It does have some lack of acting except for the main character. As an R-rated horror/thriller film, the props and visuals are what expected, some violent imagery. Aside from the major problems, it is a very well done thriller