A lift begins displaying some erratic behavior, like trapping some party goers and nearly suffocating them, and decapitating a security guard. Felix, the technician from the lift company, can't find anything wrong with the circuitry. When he and a nosy reporter begin asking questions of the lift company's electronics partner (Rising Sun Electronics) his boss puts him on a leave of absence. A subsequent visit to a professor leads them to believe that some evil experiments are being conducted.
- Stars:Huub Stapel, Willeke van Ammelrooy, Josine van Dalsum, Liz Snoyink, Wiske Sterringa, Huib Broos, Pieter Lutz, Johan Hobo, Dick Scheffer, Matthias Maat, Ger van Groningen, Jan Anne Drenth, Emma Onrust, Sydney Kuyer, Cor Witschge,
- Director:Dick Maas,
- Writer:Dick Maas
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The Lift torrent reviews
(ru) wrote: Sorry. When that came out, I told myself that I'd try to enjoy it, keeping on telling myself that this was not a serious movie, but in the end, I couldn't do better than that. This is a total failure. Far from all those grindhouse tributes out there, this just profounfly bad.
(de) wrote: Narrator was dumb, ending sucked, love making awesome!
(kr) wrote: The second arc is a bit colder even in the comic, but the dystopian future of 20th century boys, mixxing the Prisoner's village with true and through japanese obessions is a sight to behold: and, to spit out all, the movie has the merit of trashing the one wtf goofy twist the manga had (you know the one, that's with that famous white dressed old man from Rome)...
(jp) wrote: Cruising (1980) in the 1960's. Well done re-teaming of Gordon Douglas and Frank Sinatra. On Blu-ray.
(es) wrote: It's an oddity. Jack Black is miscast. I liked the first 45 minutes. Then it gets a bit pretentious, 'cos we have to be told that the quest for the Gorilla is like Heart of Darkness. Then we have to forget about all that because now Jackson wants to give us an hour's CGI-fest for the hell of it.Billy Elliot, who has never handled a weapon, turns out to be the world's only marksman with a tommy gun (even if you wouldn't look at him twice in this movie, he is pretty superb in Nymphomaniac vol II).Currently the gorilla is looking at the sunset, down in the dumps after having had both arms bitten by Tyrannosaurus Rexes, and a midget is trying to cheer him up by juggling. I'd have knocked her over the fucking cliff-top.So then we get back to New York and the temperature is 10 below and Naomi Watts is more skimpily clad than Marilyn Monroe in Florida, but it doesn't matter, because Naomi is more in love with the Gorilla than he is with her. That's good, because otherwise the wind up the Empire State building is going to play havoc with her nips. Mind, he kills or maims half a dozen platinum blondes looking for her, which kind of dilutes the beauty tamed the beast message. But the real message is that Jackson wants some platinum blonde to love him, big ugly gorilla that he is. Maybe you should eat fewer pies, Peter.
(ca) wrote: Among Bergman's very Best.
(gb) wrote: I'm a fan of "Onibaba" so I had to see more of director Kaneto Shindo's work and this is another great one. The film chronicles the lives of a family who live on a tiny island off the coast of Japan. The film was done almost completely without spoken words (though we hear singing a few times). It's exquisitely shot and the music is quite haunting. This is cinema at its purest form. More people should discover this.
(de) wrote: A great story of suspense. I've never seen the Hitchcock version and some say this is not as good, but I found it enjoyable.
(it) wrote: Great ending, rough middle, good beginning.