Set in a leper colony in the north of Iran, The House is Black juxtaposes "ugliness," of which there is much in the world as stated in the opening scenes, with religion and gratitude. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Mason B (au) wrote: I really like Simon Pegg. Not only do I think he's funny, but he's one of the few comedic performers who can properly act. So I'm always excited to see him on screen, but in this case I found myself wishing he was starring in something far less flimsy. In A Fantastic Fear of Everything Pegg stars as a writer who's terrified of the outside world, but must venture out in order to meet with a new publisher. Pegg does his best in this film, but the film is far too thinly written to give him a fully developed character. The plot and narrative are actually worse. The entire film is simply a collection of scenes and plots that Pegg's character spends time in before moving on to the other. Many of the scenes work well enough on their own, but as together they don't work as a cohesive whole. While I was watching the film I was mildly amused and seemed to be enjoying myself, but after I turned it off I realized how little it left me with. A Fantastic Fear of Everything fails to tell a story because it has no clear narrative. It's far from unwatchable but the hugely underrated Simon Pegg deserves better material than this.
bill s (us) wrote: Putting a happy face on the lead character takes so much away from the movie.
Jamie C (ca) wrote: Great mixture of western kung fu and comedy, Full of good action and funny humour, Owen Wilson and Jackie Chan were great together.
Bana M (jp) wrote: thiz movie iz awesome
Allison B (us) wrote: I didn't like it, rather borring for Sawa. His career pretty much sucked at this point and never returned.
Knox M (kr) wrote: This movie is both haunting and sad.
Byron R (fr) wrote: a decent attempt by someone other than leone to make a spaghetti western
Joseph S (fr) wrote: A great exercise in B/ yakuza movies. The sets and cinematography make up for it's lackluster story and rather strange narrative. Suzuki was king of the Japanese mafia flick.
Hannah M (it) wrote: One of the sillier classic comedies. I never saw any of the sequels to this, but really, you couldn't get a whole lot farther than this. One of these movies goes a long way.
Chris H (jp) wrote: Very human tale. Billy Bigelow (Gordon MacRae), recounts the story of his life, and death, after meeting Julie Jordan (Shirley Jones). Includes the classic song, You'll Never Walk Alone, which sort of sneaks up on the viewer. Billy, seems to have no redeeming qualities, except that Julie loves him. He is redeemed, somewhat, when he begins to consider the consequences of fatherhood. Here, he starts to develop a conscience that could have led him to a more honest and productive life. Alas, his best friend is a crook, a thief, and potential murderer, who only succeeds in leading Billy to his doom.Despite this, the story is about redemption. Billy is allowed to return from the grave, and help his daughter, Louise Bigelow (Susan Luckey), avoid being led astray.Trivia from IMDB states that Frank Sinatra and Julie Garland were considered for the roles of Billy and Julie. Wouldn't that have been interesting, but it's great to see Shirley Jones, in another pre-Partridge Family role, lighting up the screen (or sadly, in my case, the television set).
Alex r (fr) wrote: Second effort from the entertaining Outpost gives a more detailed plot than the original, yet retains the same ingredients that made the first one well worth seeing. The cast do a good job in their respective roles, and the script is fairly tightly written with plenty of intricate passages to make things quite interesting for the viewer. As a Sci Fi horror film, OutPost: Black Sun works well enough even if it doesn't do anything to elevate the series to new heights of excitement. The norm here is good, and it is a skillfully crafted sequel to an otherwise quite simple first film. What stands out again is the gore and outright gore splatter fest that ensues. This is a must for gore hounds everywhere, and it's a film is just as entertaining as the first picture. Outpost: Black Sun is far from a great horror film, but for a low budget production, it has more heart than many of big Hollywood rehashes that are simply cash cows to make a quick buck. Films like this deserve attention because the level creativity involved in the making of film is skillfully done so as to attract old and new horror fans. The formula here works, simple idea, thoroughly entertaining, and that's how the genre should really. The emphasis on pure shocks and thrills in this follow-up make this a riveting horror yarn that should delight traditional horror hounds that crave something different and in a way it's nothing new either, but the way the material is tackled well enough to grab your attention, makes you not care about the films
Scott C (de) wrote: This got really slagged back in the day, but I found it fascinating. A great exploration of late 70s New York.
Sean K (ag) wrote: Very watchable film with strong performances throughout and a decent twist in the end!
Nam L (br) wrote: The movie is bright and colorful but does not live up to the original from dr. Seus