The Hound of the Baskervilles
When latest heir to the Baskerville estate seems to be threatened by a family curse, only the master detective, Sherlock Holmes, can find out the truth.
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Kristofer S (us) wrote: Such a disappointing sequel! I loved the first one on the grounds of being a straight forward slasher movie and nothing more. The kills in the first were gruesome, gory and awesome! That cannot be said about the sequel unfortunately. About 90% of the kills in this movie happen off screen or are very, very tame. There was one good death in the whole thing in my book. Plus I think I'm finally getting burned out on the cliche ridden characters that pop up in every slasher movie under the sun. You still have the horny teens who do unimaginably stupid stuff and act like they were born yesterday in these films. But the lack of good, gory kills was my biggest turn off in this movie because to me, if you are doing a slasher film then make kills count! People pay money to see great over the top death scenes in these movies and I for one was let waaaay down in that department. If you want amazing and creative death scenes, I recommend renting any or all of the "Hatchet" movies.
Guido S (fr) wrote: I remember hearing about this story when I was a kid, but didn't keep up with it. A paleontologist group discovers the most complete dinosaur discovery, then a few years later, the government comes in and takes that and all this away. The documentary tries to paint of picture of this big evil government entity, but their plan backfires.First, the company, Black Hills Institute, doesn't deny basically being a for-hire group willing to do digs to fill they pockets. They frequently crossed state and country borders in order to do digs, but don't properly claim things at customs. They also dig on government property like national parks and expect they can take what they find. How did they not have a whole group of lawyers wherever they went to ensure they were well within legal means? Instead, they try to say 'its a piece of dirt and bones' as their excuse why they are completely innocent. Their BS doesn't faze me.At the end of the day BHI are a bunch of amateur hacks posing to be in it for science, when they are in it for the money. They deserved what they got for not following the laws. It's their fault for not covering their own butts which caused one of the best scientific discoveries to be caught up in red tape for years.
Nick L (ag) wrote: 1 part street fighter, 1 part Mortal Kombat TV show, 1 part Walking Dead. But the zombies don't show up til an hour in. How do the main group have superpowers akin to Ryu and Ken from Street Fighter but don't use them except to show up that they gave them
Bonnie C (au) wrote: The movie drags on and on, not really focusing on the tone it want to set.
Paul A (de) wrote: a dark comedy i enjoyed it, good atmosphere cool seeing rowan atkinson act a lil differently lol
Amy M (br) wrote: the kid's love these movies
Ian C (jp) wrote: Do not watch this while eating your dinner. Puking up intestines, giant rats it's Disgusting, grotesque, funny and Christopher George is the balls. Love the soundtrack as well.
Dennis B (us) wrote: "Milk is for babies"
Andrey B (gb) wrote: A classic Al Pacino movie.
John H (ag) wrote: This movie was entertaining enough. Just don't expect the next installment of Indiana Jones.
Allan C (au) wrote: Director Brian De Palma is not for all tastes and this film is probably his most divisive (and sleaziest) film. Re-watchig this film now, I was really surprised how stylistically unchanged De Palma is years later. I love his filmmaking sensibility, and there really isn't anyone, now or then, making films like him. He was always knocked as being a Hitchcock imitator, but I think they merely shared the same obsessions and penchant for genre suspense films. Stylistically, De Palma films are very mannered and fully embrace the artifice of film, unconcerned with making a realistic film, much the same at Hitchcock, but De Palma and Hitchcock films visually look very different. De Palma is merely filming the same obsessions as Hitchcock in a very different and original manner. But to this film in particular, De Palma is clearly borrowing from "Rear Window," much the same way he borrowed from "Vertigo" for his film "Obsession," but outside of the set up and some similar themes around voyeurism and repressed sexuality, this film is really his own. Craig Wasson is a struggling actor who house sits in an upscale home for a friend and witnesses the murder of his gorgeous neighbor. However, and much different from "Rear Window," Wasson begins to suspect he was set up to purposefully witness the murder. Melanie Griffith appears in the film as a adult film actress, Gregg Henry plays the friend, and Dennis Franz plays a horror film director, who Franz said he based upon De Palma. Barbara Crampton and Steven Bauer also appear in small bit parts. I remember seeing this film as a kid and remember being blown away by the dirtiness of the film and also terrified by the murder scene Wasson witnesses (the drill through the ceiling!) and it still hold up in those respects. Although it's a pretty sleazy film, and arguably unnecessarily so, De Palma has some terrifically suspenseful set pieces, wild visuals (particularly the claustrophobic scenes with Wasson), terrific photography by Stephen H. Burum and a gorgeous score by composer Pino Donaggio. Again, this film is not for all tastes, but if you want a suspenseful and 1980s style sleaze, this is the film for you!
Simon D (jp) wrote: Pretty good kids film, compared to the myriad others.
Giampiero D (fr) wrote: I really enjoyed the movie, good job done