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Julieann M (ca) wrote: So fucking bad....Trying too hard to be deep. This movie was just torture to watch.
Kevin S (br) wrote: loved this movie! even tho it wasn't a new idea or very special, they made a fantastic ambience and the ending was actually pretty well made.
NativeScorpio (it) wrote: I likes all of the Jesse Stone movies. Well done.
Andrew L (ca) wrote: After viewing the trailer, this film seemed like an interesting take on the superhero medium. But after only a few minutes in I completely lost interest. It is neither a clever nor amusing comedy to say the least, and seems to be more focused on the topic of sex then developing any credible story narrative
Steve B (it) wrote: Very cool movie, Tadanobu Asano & Joe Odagiri are very good. This is the first time I go through a Kyoshi Kurosawa movie from the begining to the end...
Sean L (br) wrote: The Singing Forest is so impossibly awful; it had to have been on purpose. Ameer is laughing at all of you. This was in theatres in 2003, but the setting, characters, clothing, and hair was from the early 90s and the movie was filmed in a 1980s porn-flick style. It is impossible to hear them talking above the ocean waves and the bad Barry Manilow love songs. Why is the father sleeping under a hilariously pink comforter? World War II didn't happen until after 1933. The concept of the movie is beyond preposterous. The dialogue is so bad ... you simply can't write that shit. Unless you're brilliant. JORGE AMEER IS BRILLIANT and I HIGHLY RECOMMEND THIS MOVIE.
Ademola A (it) wrote: memories can neva be forgotten
Lenka K (kr) wrote: Funny, sad and disgusting. And very Austrian.
Eric H (br) wrote: If you've seen "Karate Kid", there's no real reason to see this. However, kids who haven't seen K.K. will probably like this. The hero is sympathetic, and people will be able to relate to his fantasies of Chuck and himself defeating the enemies (thought the fantasies are too cartoonish). Mako, as usual, is great. Chuck's okay, though the movie eventually seems to become an egofest for him.
Beth K (nl) wrote: Well. Now I've seen them all and don't have to do it again. So. That's something. Disappointed that my least favorite character was so much the focal point, and that my favorite (Jerry Reed) was turned into another over the top Looney Toons caricature. Cute that Fred got a girlfriend though with her little ear bows.
John P (ru) wrote: A great blaxsploitation Classic!
Gary S (kr) wrote: Sorry not as good as House of Dark Shadows in my opinion.
gary t (es) wrote: WOW.....FANTASTIC.....GENIUS.....VERY VERY VERY UNDERRATED.....MAN I HAVE JUST SEEN THIS SHOCKING MOVIE 4 THE 1ST TIME N THINK THAT THIS IS SUCH A FANTASTIC MOVIE 2 WATCH, its got a good cast of actors/actressess throughout this movie.....i think that richard attenborough (.R.I.P.), judy geeson, john hurt (From the brilliant tv series Dr Who), pat heywood, isobel black, play good roles/parts throughout this movie.....i think that the director of this mystery/suspense/drama movie had done a great job of directing this movie because you never know what 2 expect throughout this movie.....man this is such a really really sad movie 2 watch as it is a real - life story but it is such a fantastic movie 2 watch, its got a good soundtrack throughout this movie......i think that richard attenborough was absolutley fantastic throughout this movie......The film was adapted by Clive Exton from the book Ten Rillington Place by Ludovic Kennedy. Most of the script, narrative and character development of it was drawn up in the 1960s. In 1954, the year after Christie's execution, Rillington Place in Notting Hill, west London was renamed Ruston Close, but number 10 continued to be occupied. The three families living there in 1970 refused to move out for the shooting of the film, so filming was moved to the empty number 7. The house and street were demolished later, and the area has changed beyond all recognition. Filming also took place at Merthyr Vale railway station; Merthyr Vale was Timothy Evans's hometown and where he made his confession to the police. The pub scenes were filmed at the Victoria Hotel on Burdett Road in east London. The pub was subsequently demolished as part of the redevelopment of the area in 1972-73. Richard Attenborough, who played Christie in the film, spoke of his reluctance to accept the role: "I do not like playing the part, but I accepted it at once without seeing the script. I have never felt so totally involved in any part as this. It is a most devastating statement on capital punishment". The film was produced by Leslie Linder and Martin Ransohoff. Hangman Albert Pierrepoint, who had hanged both Evans and Christie, served as an uncredited technical advisor on the film to ensure the authenticity of the hanging sceneAt the time of the film's release, reviews were mixed. Variety's critic wrote "Richard Fleischer has turned out an authenticated documentary-feature which is an absorbing and disturbing picture. But the film has the serious flaw of not even attempting to probe the reasons that turned a man into a monstrous pervert." Praise went to John Hurt for his "remarkably subtle and fascinating performance as the bewildered young man who plays into the hands of both the murderer and the police." Vincent Canby of The New York Times described 10 Rillington Place as "a solemn, earnest polemic of a movie, one with very little vulgar suspense ... The problem with the film is very much the problem with the actual case, which involved small, unimaginative people." The film has since risen in stature with critics. In a 2009 review, J. Hoberman wrote, "More highly regarded these days than when it was released in 1971, Richard Fleischer's 10 Rillington Place is a grimly efficient treatment of a once-notorious case". The same year, Keith Uhlich of Time Out gave the film a 5-star review and described it as an "underseen gem". In an interview with Robert K. Elder in his book The Best Film You've Never Seen, director Sean Durkin states that 10 Rillington Place "depicts this story the way that a piece of journalism might, as opposed to worrying about preconceived notions of what a film should achieve." Tom Hardy of the British Film Institute has noted Attenborough's ability at "getting into the flesh of the paranoid and the distressed", describing the film as a "detailed account of life under the shadow of World War II [which] is powerful and compelling". John Hurt received a BAFTA Award nomination for Best Supporting Actor.its got a great cast throughout this movie....man this is such an underrated movie 2 watch, but it is such a thrillingly brilliant movie 2 watch, its got a great cast throughout this movie....the whole cast::Richard Attenborough as John Reginald ChristieJudy Geeson as Beryl EvansJohn Hurt as Timothy John EvansPat Heywood as Ethel ChristieIsobel Black as AlicePhyllis MacMahon as Muriel EadyRay Barron as Workman WillisDouglas Blackwell as Workman JonesGabrielle Daye as Mrs. LynchJimmy Gardner as Mr. LynchEdward Evans as Detective InspectorTenniel Evans as Detective SergeantDavid Jackson as ConstableGeorge Lee as Police ConstableRichard Coleman as Police Constable who arrests ChristieAndr Morell as Judge LewisRobert Hardy as Malcolm MorrisGeoffrey Chater as Christmas HumphreysBasil Dignam as Member of the Medical BoardSam Kydd as Furniture DealerRudolph Walker as West Indian man 1Tommy Ansah as West Indian man 2Reg Lye as TrampNorma Shebbeare as woman in cafeman this is such an underrated movie 2 watch but it is so so so fantastic movie 2 watch, with a great cast throughout this movie.....
Eric R (us) wrote: "The Vampire Lovers" was a huge box office hit thanks to Hammer successfully fusing exploitation elements into their gothic horror stencil with female nudity and lesbian elements. Every huge success deserves a sequel so "Lust for a Vampire" was quickly put into production and marked the second entry into what would become known as the Karnstein trilogy. Typical with quickly made sequels lots of flaws rear their ugly head out the abrupt production time.Taking place 40 years after the events of "The Vampire Lovers", our lovely Carmilla Karnstein (know played by Yutte Stensgaard) gets reincarnated by virgin sacrifice performed by her two family members seen in the previous film. She soon is back to her evil deeds, infiltrating a all girl school nearby seducing fellow students when they are not exorcising in flowing white robes while at the same time falling in love with the Literature professor.The all-girl school plot element is unintentionally campy to say the least. They seriously set up an all-girl school only a short hike away from the notorious Karnstein castle, a place known for deaths of beautiful young women for centuries? BAD IDEA! The setting just comes off as crass and just to serve as an easy element to get some lesbian action into the story... but fans might be disappointed as there isn't as much as "The Vampire Lovers".Swedish bombshell Yutte Stensgaard takes over the titillating role from Ingrid Pitt, whom turned down the film for reasons unknown (was she doing anything else of importance at the time... I mean really?). Yutte Stensgaard does lack some of the screen presence that Pitt emitted but damn is she easy on the eyes! Up-and-coming Hammer star Ralph Bates also has a rather throw-away role as a history professor obsessed with the history and evil of the Karnstein family.Director Jimmy Sangster, a longtime screenwriter for Hammer penning many of their most memorable films, makes second directing effort and was hired in a on the fly when original director Terence Fischer had to bow out due to broken leg. Due to that production problem he still manages to craft the same loveable gothic atmosphere that fans of Hammer expect, yet sadly isn't able to get past the scripts flaws which causes the film to fall into campy territory at many moments."Lust for a Vampire" has an odious prominence amongst many Hammer fans but it's not near as bad as it's reputation. Sure it has flaws with its script but it Jimmy Sangster is still able to give the film the loveable gothic feel we fans expect. Plus it has the sexy Yutte Stengaard which can always make a film seem better than it is! Though not near as successful as "The Vampire Lovers", a third Karnstein film entitled "Twins of Evil" emerged the same year with better results.
Todd N (fr) wrote: A crime story with a theme of redemption, it's a tense movie and it keeps you unsure on how it will turn out until the fateful end.
Pamela F (it) wrote: Bizarre and boring movie. The only remotely entertaining part of this movie was when Mister Johnston imitated his boss. Other than that small okay part this movie was a lullaby. Meant to put you asleep!