The Complex

The Complex

Nursing student Asuka (Atsuko Maeda) has just moved into an apartment complex with her parents and younger brother. On the first night in her new room, she is awoken by a strange scratching sound coming from the apartment of her neighbor, a reclusive old man who has refused all attempts at communication. Concerned over his well being, Asuka enters his home only to find him dead from malnutrition. Worse, it looks as if he had been trying to claw his way into her room. ¶ Asuka learns that there have been a number of strange deaths in the complex over the years from Shinobu (Hiroki Narimiya), the handyman cleaning up the old man’s apartment. Even the girls at school whisper rumors of it being haunted.

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Robert U (mx) wrote: The rise and fall of Halston told by a young man clearly still in the man's thrall.

Giovanni C (fr) wrote: Gardens of the Night follows an 8 year old upper-middle class girl, Leslie (Ryan Simpkin), who was abducted by two Pedophiles, Alex (Tom Arnold) and Frank (Kevin Zegers). After being coerced to getting in Alex's car, her whole childhood life turned out to be a living hell, alongside with Donnie (Jermaine Scooter Smith), who believed that his parents sold him to Alex for drugs. They create a connection with each other later on in the movie and promised to be together forever. Now that they are teenagers (played by Gillian Jacobs and Evan Ross), they moved to San Diego together, homeless, leading to drugs and prostitution.Based on what was shown here, Gardens of the Night is a depressing but good movie that will make parents wanting to take care of their kids and look out for them. I didn't want to see it on Netflix at first because the summary felt depressing to read, and I didn't want to waste my time feeling sad. I'm an opened person, so I was like "what the heck. I should give it a chance." Glad I did. There are many kids out there who goes through messed up situation like this. It wasn't a perfect film, but this will hopefuly get prevent kids from not having a messed up life like those two main characters. No matter if it's a wealthy or a dangerous area, there are sickos everywhere we go.The storyline started out ambiguously. It showed how she was abducted from her parents, and it showed Alex and Frank's motives. Some of the scenes are uncomfortable to look at because they can make you feel tense and self-conscious, but that depends on what type of person you are. Some of the scenes also find yourself feeling a little bit happy, whenever Leslie and Donnie interact with each other. You can really tell they have a strong bond together, especially when Donnie is attracted to her. The problem about this movie was that it left out a few questions to be answered, such as the part where it cuts from the part where Leslie and Donnie were sleeping as kids to where they slept at a beach in San Diego as teenagers. I was puzzled by that because I didn't know what happened before they moved in San Diego without having a house of their own, or what happened to Alex and Frank. It really messed up the movie for me. The ending was another problem I had as well. It left me open for more to come, and I didn't know what to feel. Either happy or sad. Maybe it was trying to lead itself somewhere, but it wanted us to figure out ourselves on what happened next after it cuts to the credits.The cast, although there are no stand outs, did a good job here. Tom Arnold departed from his usual comedic roles and did something new for a change. He played his character pretty well. Kevin Zegers came a long way throughout his career, and I didn't expect him to do a role like this. He wasn't too bad here, and I'm wondering why he hasn't been in any blockbuster movies, lately. It doesn't matter, anyway. Evan Ross and Gillian Jacobs had a good chemistry together on screen. They played their part pretty well. Other cast delivered a decent performance that will be admired by everyone in the future.Gardens of the Night is an independent film that is a refreshment from the junk Hollywood is putting out. There are mixed reactions by critics and audiences alike, but I thought it was well-made but not perfect. So it's a both direction for me. I enjoyed it, but there are few things that were missing. It would have been a perfect movie if they did a little better with the story. This deals with Abduction and making the right decisions for yourself, and I hope people will learn something from this movie. It's not flawless, but it's worth looking at, if you're a parent or someone who loves kids so much, that you would do anything to prevent them from taking the wrong path.

Jay H (us) wrote: The movie began promising, but the cool art and animation style did not match the story at all - it felt like there wasn't even a plot. There is some beautiful symbolism and the direction in general is very artsy, but it seems to take over the movie by the end instead of just letting the story play out. After finishing, I was slightly confused, bored, and very disappointed.

Sam M (fr) wrote: Mr. Del Toro looks like a mix of Brad Pitt and the real Che Guevara, but then he looks identical to Che at times. Wow. No one else could have fit the role. Realistic, accurate, and informative.

Gabita G (ca) wrote: Foarte frumos filmul

Scott P (gb) wrote: Universal Soldier was a movie I quite enjoyed. The interplay between JCVD and Lundgren was the reason the movie had any quality, and there were great action and comedy scenes as well as a pretty decent plot. It was a wonderful movie.The Return has none of that. JCVD is just JCVD kicking bad guys in the face. Goldberg is horribly hammy, the plot is terrible, and the biggest selling point--action--is poorly edited, badly choreographed, dumb, and ver yhard to pay attention to (not because it was too choppy, but because it was too boring).

Natalie L (kr) wrote: Ann Frank remembered: Ann Frank has not been forgotten. More than 25 million copies of her diary which has been turned into a play and a movie have been sold. This intense, richly detailed documentary paints a board portrait of Ann.

Morpheus O (au) wrote: A twisted tale of two disturbed teenage idiots who feed off of one anothers sick & depraved manic behavior that culminates in the murder of a little old lady...It's been over 10 years since I've seen it. Tho I do remember enough of it to give it an honest rating, I would definitely like to see this again!

Jason W (ru) wrote: Brad Pitt makes this movie

Andrew D (it) wrote: Ok this movie is not good, but i can see why is was so popular at the time. However the script is really sleazy and Micheal Douglas character treats women quite horribly and i'm pretty sure i witnessed a rape. He's also gives a really bad performance, but besides what a hot mess the movie and he was i think Sharon Stone is actually quite good in it. She gives this confident and cool performance and no one can recited a terrible line like Ms. Stone (watch CAT-WOMAN know). The score is also quite good and the cinematography is great, the movie is nice to look at. Overall i had fun watching it but its quite a bad movie.

Justin C (mx) wrote: Sublime. a rappelle L'oeuvre d'mile Zola.

Cody C (es) wrote: Scorcese's short is pretty good, Coppola's short is bad, Allen's short is great.

Simon T (it) wrote: A terse and minimal film, bereft of romantic interpretation, unforgiving and brilliant

Robert R (ru) wrote: It's a visually pleasing film with a helluva lot to say about the current state of global intelligence and an admirable Philip Seymour Hoffman performance, but there's also this overall sense of mundanity about "A Most Wanted Man" that I just can't help but call attention to. True, the business-as-usual tone sure helps establish the characters as being familiar with the world at hand, but without any urgency in almost any character within this film, there's simply nothing for me to latch on to as a viewer. Like some other recent le Carr adaptations, "A Most Wanted Man" plays things frustratingly close to the vest, with a slow-burning pot of a plot that never quite boils over into anything memorable. Sprinkle in a couple of spotty German accents here and there and you've all but lost me. Again, director Anton Corbijn may have achieved a noteworthy aesthetic here, but I'm more of a "colorful narrative and characters" kind of guy myself. Not necessarily a bad movie per se. Just a film that I desperately wanted to like that ended up not reciprocating in the end.

Russ V (au) wrote: Mortal Kombat Annihilation is bad enough to be mistaken as a parody.

Liam M (nl) wrote: 8.6/10Wreck-It Ralph is heartwarming movie of a video-game character who doesn't want to be a villain anymore. I thought this was all the movie was about. I was wrong. Besides from making me laugh, Wreck-It Ralph had a deep story and was a great addition to the Disney family. The voice acting is incredible and the whole movie is excellent. Wreck-It Ralph is one of the must-see movies of 2012.