Police detective Joe Leland investigates the murder of a homosexual man. While investigating, he discovers links to official corruption in New York City in this drama that delves into a world of sex and drugs. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Mike Y (es) wrote: I think the movie suffers from the same problem that its protagonist, Jack Frost, has. Once you get past the eye candy, the lively music, and the quirks of each "main" character, all you have left is emptiness. With the exception of Sophie, all the other players come off as self-absorbed and superficial. The irony is that Jack's cheesy sidekick, Scotch, probably goes through the most visible transformation (I say this loosely) on-screen. And that is the problem of the movie. There just isn't enough development of the relational dynamics within the movie to appreciate what is happening.I wanted to enjoy this movie more than I did....
Tom K (it) wrote: the gallons of blood let loose on the actors and terrific monster and makeup effects make this one watchable and predictable but never boring
Griddle J (mx) wrote: Fantastic documentary. A true David vs. Goliath story.
Paul T (mx) wrote: A quirky romantic flic
Curtis J (ca) wrote: it was okay for a low budget film..the director does get better with gutterballs
Brandon W (jp) wrote: What Dreams May Follow is a great film that I never seen like this these days. The late Robin Williams does a great job for his dramatic performance and it's a shame that he didn't do more of drama movies. It does have some funny moments, but it never felt like a comedy movie as it takes itself seriously. The effects are absolutely amazing and really felt like in art form which was meant to be like that. However, I think they show a bit too much of the effects and not enough plot as it should've been more developed. The chemistry between Chris and Annie should've been longer in my opinion for it to be effective, but the writer tried his best to make it work between them. What Dreams May Follow is a style over substance film, but it's interesting and is redeemed by Robin Williams.
Private U (mx) wrote: A consummate example of cinematic austerity in deference to musical transcendence.
Haydn W (gb) wrote: Great. And not at all camp.
lindy l (au) wrote: a very sweet and gentle story
Robert B (us) wrote: Knock Knock (Joseph Ariola, 2007)I can still count the number of movies I have abandoned-turned off halfway through with no intention of ever finishing them-without taking off my shoes. I have endured to the bitter end such classics as Spiker, Zombies Ate My Neighbours: The Movie, and Sorority Boys. It takes something truly, truly special to make me think long and hard about whether I want to waste one more minute of my life watching it and come up with the answer "no". Knock Knock has just found its way onto that august list.There are movies that are far more than the sum of their parts. You can point to the great acting, the perfect foley work, the amazing cinematography, the gorgeous set design, and yet there's still something more, a perfect combination that makes magic happen and turns something that should have been a very good, but unremarkable, movie into something ineffably great. Knock Knock is the first time I have ever seen this principle work in reverse. The acting, which is among the worst I have ever seen in a movie. The five-buck special effects budget. The horrific lighting. What looks like bad photoshopping on the exteriors (look at the bar entrance awning for a good example). The unintentionally hysterical script. All of these things combine to make an awful movie indeed, but there is something more going on under the hood. I can't tell you exactly what, just as I can't tell you what it is about The Fisher King that elevates it above any other comedy I've ever seen. All I can tell you is that it is there, hanging over this production like a miasma, sinking itself deep into your eyeballs to implant its despair in your medulla, leading you to wonder if you could ever truly enjoy a movie again after watching this. My advice? Flee. Flee screaming in terror. (zero)
Joseluis C (mx) wrote: omg how I love my scary movies as a kid 80s baby