An ice cold tale of misguided ambition and savage revenge. Set in the bowels of an iconic derelict Los Angeles high-rise, we follow Lauren and her real-estate investing fiancé as they discover first hand what happens when a madman leads not with emotion, but rather chilling rationality. The Man in question brings a heaping helping of sanity and jet-black humor to the crazy table. The result is a wonderfully off-kilter horror/thriller that never goes where we expect, but rather draws the audience deeper into a surprising world that has dark corners even in the brightest rooms.
Writer:Thomas Bilyeu (screenplay), Douglas Elford-Argent (story), Nicholas Mark Harding (story), Chris Van de Polder (screenplay)
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Thomas F (gb) wrote: Le h (C)ros est assez charismatique. L'intrigue est prenante mais on n'est pas habitu (C) ne pas conna (R)tre l'identit (C) de ce dernier au d (C)but du film. Un peu d (C)stabilisant de prime abord mais l'ensemble est coh (C)rent et le jeu l'asiatique fait son effet.
Jordan R (kr) wrote: The greatest short ever made!
Ryan C (mx) wrote: just bad a threequal is not the way to o
Bonsai F (mx) wrote: A little too over-dramatic for my taste. Didn't know he and picasso had a little rivalry thing going on. I wonder if that really happened.
Jab B (de) wrote: black superman is black kryptonite. im not sure what that color of kryptonite does besides making me watch a horrible movie. overpreachy, hypocritical and sort of pretentious, there is not even a hint of supermanity until the end of the movie, where abar becomes black superman via potion (which is somehow then a gift from jesus). his solution to the ghetto is giving milk to hobos and sending pot smokers to college. black superman, if you send them to college, im betting theyre still going to be smoking pot. also, besides invunerability (the only superman like power he posseses) , he has some sort of psychic power that gets him to do all these things. so he is really more of a black conner kent superboy. too bad he isnt a black jason todd robin.
Miles H (mx) wrote: What's not to love about the greatest French film ever made (their words, not mine but hard to disagree). Spellbinding performances. Especially from Jean-Louis Barrault as Baptiste (looking spookily like my paternal grandmother), and the disgraced Arletty, who took her 'carefree' attitude to love a bit far in real life too by having a relationship with a Nazi officer, and was imprisoned for it after the film came out. said Arletty: "My heart is French, but my ass is international."
Jason S (au) wrote: thought it was boring didn't care much about it
Daniel B (kr) wrote: Pam Grier at her absolute prime best.