The Great Conspiracy: The 9/11 News Special You Never Saw
The 9/11 News Special You Never Saw is a 70-minute sequel to The Great Deception - a ground-breaking 44-minute video also by Barrie Zwicker...
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Ethan P (de) wrote: I was iffy going into The Neon Demon. The trailer looked great, and I loved Drive. But, from what some critics and audience members have said, I worried Refn might've gone too far and made a film too disturbing to be watchable. Thankfully, at least for me, this wasn't the case. There were definitely times where I was uncomfortable and, out loud, telling characters to not do things, like a child watching a spooky Halloween movie. But taking the context of the scenes into account, I made it through, and ended up really enjoying the film. It was creepy, and the sound design was great. The cinematography was beautiful, as expected, and it was pretty funny in a really dark and weird kind of way. I think The Neon Demon is a great film to watch if you're aiming to find out whether you're a fan of Refn or just a fan of Drive. And ten years from now, I can easily see it having a huge cult following.
George G (us) wrote: Appart from the best acting I've seen from a kid in a movie, this film is the perfect portrayal of a child whose father will not accept him. Masterpiece of modern cinema.
Saad U (us) wrote: Absolutely beautiful; an inspiring message, well developed characters, suspenseful plot, an honest portrayal of both extremes of Indian life, and credit to the working poor.
Tri N (fr) wrote: Watch this because Louis Koo was in it. The story is touching and funny. Sidenote: Charlene Choi also appears on Police Story 4, yet another great Jackie Chan movie.
Anna L (jp) wrote: Someone told me Sex films are unhealthy examples for the young. But now, many students are very interesting to talk about sex information for our life discussion. It was because I selected to watch from ?Diary of a Sex Addict?.
Rami B (kr) wrote: Didn't make much sense in terms of reactions, but weirdly enjoyable! The ending was not well done though.
Rosmari P (us) wrote: very forgettable, but entertaining
Long L (de) wrote: Made in 1964? Not bad. H.G. Well was a pretty good writer. I'm glad to have seen this movie. Although, from what I'm told, there's a lot of stuff not used from the book. But really, what movie has everything the book does? In watching, it kept me watching. So, in terms of a movie, it met the objective of keeping the audience interested.
Felipe F (fr) wrote: Dog Day Afternoon finds Sidney Lumet at his very best combining poignant humour with sharp drama to tell a fascinating real-life event with impressive eye for detail - and boasting yet another electrifying performance from Al Pacino.
laurel (kr) wrote: I will take any Doris/Rock movie any day...