The Haunted Airman

The Haunted Airman

An injured RAF pilot, confined to a wheelchair is committed to an eerie hospital where he starts to loose his mind.

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Dave J (mx) wrote: Tuesday, February 1, 2011 (2009) Dead Noon HORROR Very, very low budget horror film which appear to be like a bad film project rehashing the "High Noon" plot but in horror style with child- like acting from it's actors! Stupid plot has reckless gunfighter from the 1800's coming back from the dead after winning a poker match from hell! Upon coming back, he comes back to it's present time to exact revenge on the children whose already growned up as adults to it's present day whose ancestors who were once were responsible for killing this reckless gunfighter and to be sent to hell in the first place! If you want to witness very cheesy special effects as well as bad acting - this film could be for you! Bomb

John S (us) wrote: My God. The cinematography alone was outstanding! An excellent film with superb acting, tightly-woven plot points, and puppies! - Collin

Greg T (au) wrote: The imagination and creativity is undeniably clever, but it isn't enough to save MirrorMask from it's below average acting, generally unimpressive animation and thin, generic story.

Matt M (kr) wrote: I'd rather play Cat Mario on the hardest difficulty and close my eyes while playing than watch this piece of crapfest!!

J M (nl) wrote: im not sure if i can handle gang rape stories.

Jess G (kr) wrote: The greatest love story ever. Ever.

Tim M (kr) wrote: A beach kills someone. Pretty sad when my idea for a horror movie idea about a killer hill has already been done. ps.The monster in the sand looks like a giant pair of vaginal lips...if that doesn't get you to rent it, then I quit. Ha! I just thought of the irony - a vagina in the sand! Man, 2 years later...I'm in college!

Karen E (mx) wrote: One for those interested in period films. Realistic and at times gruesome reminder of the cost of conflict. Action period film my dad took me to see when little so will always be special

Cliff O (ru) wrote: Curious time capsule. Coming after Bonnie and Clyde and Midnight Cowboy, but before ... well, most of the '70s, the film now seems like Mad Men's last season meets Archie Bunker meets Dragnet. Odd that it was marketed as a comedy. Cool seeing Susan Sarandon in her first film.

Jack G (jp) wrote: make sure to also check out "Land Without Breadsticks" on Bunuel. though as far as short docs go, this is an essential

Brent S (de) wrote: They Came Together is the latest collaboration written by former members of The State and Stella, Michael Showalter and David Wain, who last wrote the cult classic Wet Hot American Summer together. David Wain, who also directed the movie, made his directorial debut with Wet Hot American Summer and then followed that up with The Ten, Role Models, and Wanderlust. The movie stars previous Wain/Showalter actors, Paul Rudd and Amy Poehler, who both worked together in Wet Hot American Summer. Rudd went on to star in all of Wain's other movies. The movie also features Cobie Smulders, Christopher Meloni, Bill Hader, Ellie Kemper, Max Greenfield, Ed Helms, and loads of other funny people.While many will immediately compare this to Wet Hot American Summer, and rightfully so since the humor is very outlandish, silly, and light-hearted, I think it better compares in structure to Showalter's movie The Baxter, which was also a parody on the romantic comedy genre. While The Baxter focused more on what happens to the schmuck who gets left at the alter in romantic comedy movies, this is obviously more along the lines of a traditional rom-com. The humor works well and while really off the wall in parts, the movie has a really funny center to it that most will enjoy. However, there are some moments that depending upon your sense of humor may not translate well but for long-time fans, these are the moments they cherish.Joel (Paul Rudd) and Molly (Amy Poehler) play a couple that are fresh out of their previous relationships and run into each other (literally) on their way to the same party where they are meant to be set-up to date each other. They blame the other for the run-in and hate each other because of it. On top of that Joel works for a giant candy store conglomerate that is set to put Molly's small candy shop out of business. All that being said, the two eventually fall for each other, break-up, and if you've seen romantic comedy movies you can figure out where it goes from there.I really enjoyed watching this movie and as a fan of Wain/Showalter, I thought a lot of it was really hilarious. I wish our society leaned towards this type of parody of a genre like the Airplane and Naked Guns, rather than the Scary Movies and A Haunted Houses style where they pull specific scenes, ideas, characters from other movies. The movie only clocks in at 83 minutes and that seems like the right amount of time as ultimately there really isn't a whole lot of original story being told here. While comedy bits from the movie will stick with you long after, the movie itself doesn't do much to be remembered. At the end of the day, that's not really why you watch a movie like They Came Together, it's about the laughs and many of those are simply excellent.Rating: 4 out of 5