The Dark Half
Thad Beaumont is the author of a highly successful series of violent pulp thrillers written under the pseudonym of ‘George Stark’, but when he decides to ‘kill-off’ his alter-ego in a mock ceremony, it precipitates a string of sadistic murders matching those in his pulp novels, which are soon discovered to be the work of Stark himself. Looking like a maniacal version of his counterpart, Stark is not so willing to quit the writing game – even if it means coming after Thad's wife and their baby.
Thad Beaumont is a horror writer wants to distance himself from his novel so he invents a story of murder. But, When the people around him discover the truth, what will happen to him? . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(br) wrote: In "Love Is All You Need," Ida(Trine Dyrholm) is in remission from breast cancer, choosing not to have reconstruction surgery because her husband Leif(Kim Bodnia) would not care. Which is ironic, considering she catches him having sex with Thilde from Accounting(Christiane Schaumburg-Muller). That complicates the wedding of their daughter Astrid(Molly Blixt Egelind) in Italy that is rapidly approaching. All of which might excuse Ida accidentally backing her car into the one belonging to Philip(Pierce Brosnan) who is also the father of Patrick(Sebastian Jessen) who is getting married to Astrid."Love Is All You Need" starts spectacularly tone deaf, and spends the rest of its time fruitlessly trying to find one consistent tone in two different countries. That is, as subplots have the movie going in every direction at once while getting nowhere quickly. And then there is Pierce Brosnan whose first, second and third instincts are to Cary Grant his way out of every situation while in this case playing a man who is supposedly dead inside. At least, the Italian scenery is very nice to look at, even while the human characters threaten to ruin the view at every turn.
(br) wrote: I'm a Woodley fan , simple stories written and told well is what gives meaning. This story is very simple but well orchestrated and if you didn't see it when it came out, now is the time.
(nl) wrote: Passable made to TV movie aspires to tell a Michael Crichton type of story that educates and entertains the audience at the same time. The story is essentially in the classic disaster film mold (ALA "Earthquake" or "The Towering Inferno") featuring a varied cast of characters in various settings and roles in dealing with the titular category 6 storm. The main characters are energy grid executive Thomas Gibson and hungry young reporter Nancy "The Fact of Life" McKeon. There's also environmentalist congresswoman Dianne Wiest, national weather service head Brian Dennehy and then there's comic relief tornado chaser Randy Quaid. There really has never was been a great disaster film, but merely a number of entertaining ones. No one watches these movies for the characters or story. The only reason to really watch one is for the death and destruction and for a TV movie, this one does a decent enough of job, though it does get overly preachy in it's attempts at Michael Crichton-like educating, trying to cover everything from environmental abuses, global warming, nuclear energy, our aging power grid, hacking, sexism and corporate price rigging of energy prices to name a few. Stick with "Airport 77" (that's the one where they're on the bottom of the ocean, right?) or even "Hard Rain" (which actually told a crime story during a disaster instead of just focusing on the distruction) over this one. And one note to "Lost" fans. Oceanic Airlines makes an appearance in this film, though Oceanic has appeared in a number of films before "Lost" ever aired. It's a popular fake airline in movies because they can reuse footage. This film reused footage from "Executive Decision."
(es) wrote: la estructura es todo.
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(gb) wrote: This film was supposed to be my big break.A known short film documentary director is presented with a chance to launch her career by making a documentary on a lost African tribe. As she takes her film crew out on the Amazon, a quack tour guide with his own ambitions takes her crew off the beaten trail and into a snake den. He wishes to catch an Anaconda to make them all rich. The trip may not turn out successful for anyone."I was up all night pulling leaches off my scrotum."Luis Llosa, director of The Speciliast, Fire on the Amazon, Sniper, The Feast of the Goat, Crime Zone, and Hour of Assassin, delivers Anaconda. The storyline for this picture is fairly disappointing and in line with most monster movies. The special effects and acting were below average. The cast includes Jennifer Lopez, Ice Cube, Jon Voight, Eric Stoltz, Owen Wilson, Danny Trejo, and Kari Wuhler."Today's a good day."I came across this gem on Netflix and decided to watch it again. I remembered how bad this was when it first came out and decided to give it another shot. I was just as disappointed by this picture as when I first viewed it, but it was fun to watch this film again. This is one of those movies that had hype when it came out and dramatically disappointed. Overall, I'd recommend skipping this unless you enjoy bad horror movies."Snakes don't eat people."Grade: D
(ru) wrote: bonnie bedelia is always good but not usually given parts worthy of her talent, this one is however and she delivers an outstanding performance.
(de) wrote: Funny and scary, though in between stories it drags as we must reinvest ourselves into the next segment.
(it) wrote: Quite impossible to catch everything unless you understand French. There are things written on the walls, on the title screens, or spoken by other characters that are never translated because it would take up the entire screen. But it's not important if you're like me and don't understand Maoist or what Europe was like during the late 60s. For a person like me, the story is an interesting study on youth wanting to change society into something they love. However, these kids don't realize that it's only the three of them who would understand if they actually acted with terrorism. The train scene was my favorite. The man even wants a change, but understands that she doesn't know how to evoke change. She sees what people have done in the past, but she doesn't consider that country's situation compared to France's. Being an idealist won't get you anywhere in life unless you first take a step back and realistically look at what can happen through certain actions. The visuals here are beautiful. One post I read commented on how when they showed pictures of Marx and Mao they were in bright blue or red, kind of like comic books super heros. To them, that's what these people were. This film is far from being Godard's best, but it's interesting nonetheless. Especially knowing that he was a Maoist himself, we can see his farce was not a form of negative mockery, but one with affection.
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(gb) wrote: Why is Citizen Kane forever referred to - almost incessantly - as the greatest movie ever made? Because it has just about the best cast, screenplay, cameraman and guts of any film out there to tell a story about the reality of our lives as they actually are and not as we'd want them to be. A film made from ignorance, it sure has enlightened everyone who's seen it in it's black and white glory. It's a mystery. No, a comedy. It's a romance. A biography. A horror. An experimental film. A masterpiece. It's ... one of the great experiences in the history of the cinema.
(mx) wrote: In my opinion i thought it was sort of boring but they were some funny parts to it but it seemed like it tried to copy what despicable me did also the characters are typical metro man has that superman style and personality the reporter is your everyday love interest character while minion is that worrier over protective character