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The Dream Is Alive torrent reviews
Kyle B (jp) wrote: It's a simplistic movie with nice performances and chemistry. Olivia Wilde is always misused and never to the best of her abilities. I'm just waiting on that role that really will let her shine. Bateman does his same "i'm a wise cracking smart guy" part he does in every movie so yawn to him. Billy Crudup makes the most of his part and the stand out is Jenny Slate. She brings this movie alive with her scenes.
Mary C (br) wrote: for something that was directed by Ron Howard, it seems like not a very Ron Howard movie... it was funny, though, and it was a fun movie. i thought it maybe should've been funnier, but there weren't that many laugh-out-loud moments in the film. shrug. oh well. it was enjoyable. not something to buy and watch over and over again though.
Andrew W (gb) wrote: Probably the worst film I've ever seen.
Peter P (ca) wrote: Not really a superhero movie, more just a troubled teen taking out his grief on bad people. The acting is not overly bad, but overall it is not really worth seeing unless you are desperate for some low budget action.
aileen m (gb) wrote: This is my favourite movie. I love the story, I love the way the camera moves in this ( I don't have a technical vocabulary so just go with me as I make sweeping motions with my hands) it's hypnotic. Also Rupert Grint is rocking an adorable Irish accent and looks good enough to make me want to lick my screen whenever he's on it.
Sharal H (gb) wrote: After her husband's untimely death, Arvilla Holden (Jessica Lange) is determined to do the right thing by her husband's wishes, even though it directly conflicts with what his daughter, Francine (Christine Baranski) wants to do. Risking losing the home she shared with her husband, Arvilla goes on a road trip from Utah to Santa Barbara with her two closest friends (Kathy Bates and Joan Allen) to bring his ashes to Francine, with several side trips and some ash scattering along the way. Nothing profound but I enjoyed the bond of friendship the three women shared.
Jaina B (ca) wrote: I didn't get to see this from the beginning and that's sad. I actually thought it was humorously written and a neatly woven tale about a man who doesn't know what he wants from life.I've never been a fan of John Corbett, but I did like his rendition of a man who will pull practical jokes to get something done.I thought it was good.
Roderick M (it) wrote: Emotionally gut wrenching portrayal of a little girls physical and sexual abuse at the hands of her stepfather in 1950s South.
Chris M (kr) wrote: Strange Italian-American hybid that takes place in Georgia where a beautiful teacher of the deaf, Julia, is having some fears about her birthday. Mainly because her psychotic and deformed sister, who owns an equally violent dog, is planning of paying her a visit. There are some undeiniably creepy moments in Madhouse, such as when one of Julia's friends encounters Julia's sister and her devilish dog in the apartment hallway, but it's not always peaches and cream. Even though most of the film is interesting, well shot, suspenseful, and surprisingly classy for an Italian slasher offering, a criminally overlong chase sequence involving Julia's landlady wears thin quickly with the actress overacting her way through the scene, screaming in a high pitch and whining to little effect. The macabre ending which features a demented birthday party full of corpses is more than a tad reminiscient of a similar scene in the wonderful Happy Birthday To Me, which was released the same year. Hmmmmm??? Despite a few minor flaws, Madhouse is an extremely watchable, mature, and refined slasher/thriller with some good performances and creepy moments. It's well worth a horror fans time!
Farhad A (de) wrote: Psychology of leadership.
Donnie B (de) wrote: This was a very good Monster Horror Film in the day. Also a great performance by both Bela Lugosi and Lon Chaney Jr.