When secretive new neighbors move in next door, suburbanite Ray Peterson and his friends let their paranoia get the best of them as they start to suspect the newcomers of evildoings and commence an investigation. But it's hardly how Ray, who much prefers drinking beer, reading his newspaper and watching a ball game on the tube expected to spend his vacation.
Settling in for some time off in his suburban home, Ray Peterson's vacation becomes a horror when the Klopeks, a suspiciously odd family, move in down the block. After sending his family away on a trip, Ray and two of his neighbors try to prove their paranoid theory that the new family on the block are part of a murderous cult. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(ca) wrote: Aaltra is a must-see for those who like their comedy Jim Jarmusch dry...
(it) wrote: This was decent enough and I was semi entertained through out the whole movie. Plus Im kinda in love with Gwyneth Paltrow so she always sucks me into whatever shes in, but something was just missing in this. I felt like it moved way too fast and was over before it started. I liked the characters well enough and thought they had a good chemistry and loved Mike Myers in his whacky side character role. I just think that if there were more actual conflict befween some of the characters and you felt like something really bad was actually happening it would give the film alittle bit of suspense instead of the ho hum kinda story it ended up being. This wasn't super terrible but its nothing that's gonna knock your socks off. If you want a really great Gwyneth Paltrow comedic performance try something like Shallow Hal or The Royal Tenenbaums. This I would recommend this for die hard Paltrow Junkies only.
(es) wrote: No one could do Abbie justice; larger than life in real life, grown as legends do, he was the epitome of what we were trying to say and do back then. The fact this movie isn't illegal is a testament to our effectieness as "crazy kids".
(ru) wrote: The story and idea is pretty basic and pretty predictable. With that said however, what makes this enjoyable is the charm that this movie has. It has this distinct, fun feel to it. While I this is not the best film from Nick Park, it's still charming, the characters (especially the villains) are memorable, the slapstick is great, and it has a lot of funny moments.
(kr) wrote: Great movie! Good story line, great acting, very family friendly and just an all around good wholesome family film.
(au) wrote: Raising Arizona is a good-hearted tale in a trademark Coen brothers comedy-crime film. Nick Cage is great as well as the rest of the cast. Funny, outrageous, and warm hearted, this is one you should not miss
(br) wrote: Great set piece doesn't live up to expectation in parts...
(it) wrote: Japanese theatre tragedy adapted into film, lots of screaming and chest beating? I think so.
(fr) wrote: A sensitive and human portrait of life, showing another Ingmar Bergman's eternal masterpiece! A film simply amazing and incredibly deep. Bergman introduces us to a melancholy tale, and at the same time as philosophical, in addition to addressing the issues of life, such as the past and death. The film show us the beauty of memories and how life is fleeting, and while slow, leaving marks. A true vision of one of the greatest masters of all time in a visionary and deeply philosophical film.
(ru) wrote: An unbelievable piece of crap. The fact that this film even refrences the great H.P Lovecraft is a slap in the face of the greatest horror author to ever live. It has ZERO to do with Lovecraft's story 'Cool Air' for which it is supposedly based on. Literally, the only thing it has in common is that the bad guy needs to be in subzero temperatures to survive. You know who else needs to do that? Mr. Freeze, who has exactly the same amount of similarities to Lovecraft that this movie does. I would say that this was a hillarious film if I didn't view it as an insult to one of my favorite authors. It is really quite funny. Some of the worst acting you can imagine, topped off by one of the worst scripts ever written, with a sprinkle of inexplicable, choppy and disconnected direction. An all around abortion with nohting redeaming at all. It gets one star for being undeniably horrible in a mouth hanging open kind of way, and because I feel sorry for Lovecraft for having his name on the cover of this horrific shit.
(gb) wrote: Halloween II is the second installment in the horror movie franchise that takes off right where it was left at with Micheal Myers sister being sent to the hospital and with Micheal Myers seeming to be dead from being shot multiple times, soon off a balcony. Unfortunately, Micheal Myers rises up again, and takes a trip to the hospital where his sister is staying at. There, he goes on a extremely bloody killing spree to find his sister again. Unfortunately, the director of the first Halloween film does not return, although a lot of the writing was done by him. Therefore, the film is way more bloody and gory then the first. Because of that, it distracts the film from being as good as the first. Altogether though, it's a fun sequel that's very enjoyable.
(jp) wrote: If you make me googlemapstreetview NYC, then you've already gotten me engaged. Dana Andrews is a friend of mine too.
(de) wrote: The story is very predictable and most of the acting is weak. This movie is laughable at times, but it's never quite bad enough to become a cult hit.