The Cremator

The Cremator

Kopfrkingl enjoys his job at a crematorium in Czechoslovakia in the late 1930s. He likes reading the Tibetan book of the dead, and espouses the view that cremation relieves earthly suffering.

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Sasho M (ag) wrote: stupid with some funny moments.

Jared G (it) wrote: Sweet and subtle with lovely, realistic characters, relationships, and experiences. It's not your typical "feel good" film, but it reminds you of the beauty and truth that still exists even in the bleakest of circumstances.

Stephy M (gb) wrote: even though the plot is kinda crappy, i really enjoy watching evan rachel wood..

Adam F (au) wrote: "MirrorMask" is very creative visually and there's a lot of good ideas but at times it feels like there's something lacking. Conceptually and visually the film is very creative, with it's own set of odd creatures (sphynxes, giants, black birds and several unnamed monsters), it's own set of rules (it's set in a world where almost everyone wears a mask and it seems like almost anything can be sentient, even books) and that means you'll always be interested in seeing what will come up next. In that sense it's a very different kind of fantasy, similar in concept to the idea of Alice travelling to wonderland. The problem with the story is that there often feels like there's something missing. A bit driver in the plot is that the world is about to be destroyed if our heroine doesn't find the MirrorMask, but there are never any scenes where we feel that urgency and with the abundance of visual effects it's a big missed opportunity. There are other scenes too where Stephanie Leonidas' reactions are a bit too low-key to convey what is going on (for example, she sees her evil counterpart making out with a punk looking boy and it feels like the script really wants to convey that this is shocking and infuriating for her, but that scene is over very quickly and Helena's reaction is underwhelming). Despite the flaws though it's a very inventive film that has a distinct look and feel. "MirrorMask" has some serious flaws but they aren't enough to make the movie a complete disaster and if you're a fan of Neil Gaiman you'll be happy to recognize his ever-present style. (Dvd, February 11, 2013)

Bensu A (gb) wrote: this is the best independent movie i have ever watched.

James T (de) wrote: Leisha Hailey with pink hair? Yes Please! xD Very sexy I love these kinda movies theyre so touching and brilliant!

Clark W (ru) wrote: I think I like it. The film left me more confused then anything else. I really think we would have gotten a better product had they not tried to force a romance on us. They should've just gone full silly and stay full silly without the stupid romance.

Josh G (au) wrote: Enjoyed the first two thirds more than the whole, but it was still a spectacle the entire time. A strange, visually pleasing feat, especially for the era from which it came.

Ted W (kr) wrote: I love casper the cartoon but now they ruined the movie. There was barley any casper in this movie. Casper was only at the end. I can't wait till the next casper movie, hope it's better. Stupid........... Man...

Joseph O (jp) wrote: I definitely wanted to like it more than I did. I love Kevin Smith. I love Jay and Silent Bob . Love Alan Rickman. Chris Rock is usually great, both Ben Affleck and Matt Damon have their highs and lows and straight out of Good Will Hunting, I don't know, I expected better. It's certainly not meant to be taken super seriously, and the movie is not well paced in my opinion, which is its main problem that takes it away from being a much better movie. Or maybe it's just the ending that really bugged me. I don't know. There are many great things about this movie, it's just it felt so unfocused, especially by the ending. Not Kevin Smith's best movie, not his worst though.