The Fighting O'Flynn
A swashbuckling Irishman opposes French agents during the Napoleonic wars.
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Jos C (jp) wrote: Decepcionante, una trama muy pobre
James W (kr) wrote: These found footage movies just keep getting better and better, scarier and scarier! The Tunnel Movie is sinister and packs many horrific images that will make you turn away in fear, it was hard to look at what is on screen. The shadows are filled with evil, you only get minor glimpses of the thing that lurks down there but it gives you room to imagine what it actually could look like. The endless tunnels lead to more danger and the you feel like there is no hope for the characters. The cast are very good and I enjoyed watching them, and like I said earlier the lack of focus on the creature leaves interpretation for the viewer as to what it could be. This movie will play tricks on your mind, it's all about the fear of the unknown, because you can't see in the Tunnels........
Kayla D (jp) wrote: Basically just a slew of depressing, messed up things.
Jordan L (fr) wrote: Cool movie. Funny parts.
Aaron K (us) wrote: Very good. Very French, but with overtures towards Americans, including the use of American actors such as Nick Nolte and John Turturro, who it turns out speaks great French. Brings up a lot of the conflicts between the French and Americans, somewhat due to how similar we are, and resolves them in a very French way. Interesting perspective on geo-politics, too, including the first Iraq war and September 11, from which the film gets its name. My dad and I agree that we like French films better than American films, especially these ones geared towards including non-French audiences as well.
Melvin W (fr) wrote: Frank White: From now on, nothing goes down unless I'm involved. No blackjack, no dope deals, no nothing. A nickel bag gets sold in the park, I want in. You guys got fat while everybody starved on the street. Now it's my turn."Not everyone who runs a city is elected."King of New York is a well made and damn good, crime film. The movie is extremely violent, and filled with murder, drugs, and sex. It creates a menacing and good villain in Frank White, played brilliantly by Christopher Walken, who is the perfect King of New York. The movie is also helped by a good supporting cast including Laurence Fishburne and Wesley Snipes.Frank White is released from prison and doesn't take long in getting back to work. His work just so happens to be that of a drug lord. Not long after being released, a lot of his competition is already disappearing and three cops who know him very well are all over him. But for them it's not to easy to take down someone who basically owns the city and has all the wealth he needs to get his way out of trouble.Abel Ferrera has been pretty hit or miss for me, but there's no denying his eye for a good shot and the fact that he can always put the right actor in the right character. Here he uses Christopher Walken perfectly and Walken delivers with a brilliant performance. The role of a drug lord has been played a million times and yet Walken is able to bring something truly unique to a pretty common character.All in all, King of New York is a solid crime drama, thriller. It's well worth a look if you haven't seen it and it's probably the best Abel Ferrera film that I have seen to this point.
Tor S (mx) wrote: Weak, unfocused, unfunny. What a waste of all those talented actors.
Tim H (nl) wrote: Not even the flash of Madonna's bald gash could raise interest in this embarrassing fiasco.
Steve W (nl) wrote: Bad transfer from the master print, but decent spaghetti western. Lee Van Cleef plays a gunslinger imprisoned for 15 years looking to settle a score with his old gang, while a young man is also after the same gang after the murder of his family. They cross paths and help each other out, and defeat the badguys. Its a standard western, but entertaining.
Don S (fr) wrote: Good story, great acting from Newman! But what a strange ending!?!?
Grant S (ru) wrote: The original vampire movie. In fact, vampire movies don't come more original than this, as it was probably the first. Great adaptation of Bram Stoker's Dracula. Revolutionary for its time, the plot and direction still stand up today. The atmosphere, in particular the sense of dread, that Murnau creates is palpable, and he uses every trick of light and shade at his disposal in doing so.Being a silent movie, the performances are very theatrical. Max Schrek is brilliant as Nosferatu, contributing significantly to the eerie atmosphere.Not perfect - the pacing is a bit uneven, and the plot sometimes feels contrived.Still, an absolute classic.
Kurt B (es) wrote: The outright predictability of this film still doesn't stop it from breaking every stereoptype it's based upon.
Craig F (fr) wrote: Tense and disorienting yet riveting. Olsen is superb in her breakout role with brilliant supporting acting all around, top notch cinematography and storytelling.
Matt G (kr) wrote: The perfect example of a 2.5 star movie, the kind which leaves you asking, "Did I like it or actually kinda hate it?" The premise is interesting (humans losing their senses one by one), but hurt by its own awkward self-seriousness. Sometimes it's effectively sad, and sometimes it's just melodramatic & maudlin. At moments it's bitterly powerful (ending), and at others it's eye-rollingly on-the-nose (anytime McGregor loses his temper). A bold film whose boldness can't quite raise its quality above "meh".
Cody B (de) wrote: I never played the games, I don't think I've seen the other movies, I just wanted to watch Milla Jovovich kick the shit outta some shit.
Ingela Z (br) wrote: This movie is a fine tragedy carefully told in the context of 16th century India. It portrays a woman's plight in that time, marry or be a courtesan in a harem. The movie also contains moral lessons. Maia misuses her sexuality to her own detriment. The princess, could not buy happiness. The sculptor rejects Maia's love out of fear for loss of his independence, then gets paid back in kind. Definitely a tale of love but also about friendship and power.