Twenty-year old misfit François earns his living by gathering boxes and bottles to resell to local shopkeepers. He lives with his grossly insensitive mother and stepfather. Mado is a gawky 11-year old, who is neglected by her family because of the oddness of the way she expresses her affection. For reasons which never become clear, François kidnaps Mado, and takes her to live with him in the attic of his parents' home. Instead of feeling fear, Mado enters into the spirit of the abduction, and they joust with one another, increasingly finding love and comfort in their relationship. When the police come upon them, however, they put an entirely different interpretation on their behavior. This drama is based on a true story.
Misfit François kidnaps young Mado and takes her to live with him in the attic of his parents' home. A strange relationship evolves till the police comes upon them. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Charles T (es) wrote: Far too long, and it falls into the category of protagonists who don't really do anything. Well he does, but it's mostly running away from things. The make-up and designs for some of the demons are good, but there isn't much soul to this. It feels like the film is trying to force you to believe there is, but there's not much magic in it.
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Scott J (kr) wrote: If it's gritty, it must be Ferrara
Yasser A (au) wrote: Fucking Ridiculous XD, if you want to see some dumb funny old school animation- stop motion then dont miss this one , specially if you are animator because its just fun to watch , might be annoying for some and might be inspirational for some
Todd I (jp) wrote: Eddie Murphy at his best.
Brandon S (ag) wrote: Return to Horror High is a Horror/Comedy movie that doesn't succeed at anything its trying to do. The movie is a complete failure all the way from the beginning to the end. The film "stars" George Clooney despite the fact that he is only in five minuets of it, and Maureen McCormick who you know as Marsha Brady from the original Brady Bunch who plays a horny young police officer. Both actors give the worst performances of their careers, its terribly pathetic. All in all this movie was a car wreck that lasted all of an hour and thirty five minuets. The plot is incredibly confusing and it weaves in and out of the old movie-in-a-movie gimmick with a film crew that decides to film at a high-school. The high-school has a weird past where people were murdered by someone that may still be on the loose. I don't really know. Its really hard to follow and it doesn't make much sense. The movie does however have one of the crappiest sex scenes I have ever seen. First both the guy and gal are hideous, they just shouldn't be intimate. Ever. Second during the sex scene they flash back and forth between "heavy petting" and a bunch of steel workers welding. It literally goes back and forth from sex to welding for like three minuets. Its really weird and off putting that these sweaty fat steel workers are included in the scene. Overall this movie is incredibly confusing, it has horrible overacting, the killer looks like a linebacker in a shitty mask, and it has the worst ending I have ever seen. I am going to give Return to Horror High a 1 of 10. I suppose that it tried, but it didn't try very hard. I feel bad that Clooney has to have his name attached to this turd for the rest of his career. I am sure that he regrets being in it and I know that I regret seeing it. I always end these things with some quotes and I actually have 2 from the movie that I like. "Kastleman! You Honky!" & "You want some of this? You want it in the ear!?" S!D
Scott R (kr) wrote: a solid, methodical thriller that intricately builds to its inevitable conclusion
Ray d (de) wrote: Yorgos Lanthimos rec
Janet V (de) wrote: Lovely, hopeful film. Hard to believe this is from the same director who brought us the terrifying Nosferatu in 1922. George O'Brien is a revelation -- and gorgeous, too! It is sad he didn't have more starring roles. We don't need subtitles to know what is going on; the silence is a wonderful break from the constant jabbering of TV and film today.
Jarrod N (gb) wrote: Great movie. Gary Oldman and Alfred Molina work well together. The movie was very well done, it just wasn't my kind of movie.