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The Lika Cinema
A godforsaken mountain village is the only home that a young football player, a miser peasant and a fat girl have. This isolated part of the country finds itself in the middle of the ...
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Daniel P (es) wrote: For fans of horror, mystery, and the just downright odd/unusual structure of film and story arcs, Borgman is a huanting tale that digs its self deep into your memory long after the credits role, and yes, just as in the film, Borgman will occasionally surface in your nightmares - or perhaps he'll come squat in your home without your refusal or knowledge of his end-game. Borman is a film for those who want something different, but don't mind investing some actual cinematic appreciation that is on full display. Things are constantly and rapidly evolving into a spider-web of confusion and mania. Before you think you know the twist or ending, you've already been duped - try not to take it personally. It happens to all who see it, and the 'dupe' is quite original and amazing. (Warning: will leave viewers begging for answers that only lead to more questions, so this film may or may not be for you.)
Melissa V (us) wrote: It could have been an unnerving experience in total. Similar to Ils,Strangers and Wolf Creek, all films which made the hair on the back of my neck stand up. Why oh why do film directors insist on that jumpy, flashy, music video type of filming ? Do they think it will makes us feel more uncomfortable? Heck, the subject matter of this film was enough to creep me out. Come on, I enjoy the discomfort of "Dexter" and "Bully." Having teens act as these three do is the horror of this film and Joel Edgerton is Aussie creepy. The twist is jaw dropping, though if you are able to concentrate through the fluttery images you can figure this one out quickly. I stayed with it for some of the images and wanted to see more, I was not disappointed there are some great screen shots that add to the all out creepiness of the subject matter. The actors did their job and I only wish these directors will tire of the flashy , jumpy crap and let the actors perform, I can understand if Acolytes were hired to do the job and you needed the flickering to distract us from the mediocre acting, but it was not needed for this film. Those little demons did a good job. So in conclusion I would say rent it and enjoy the squirm- in -your -chair feel of this film,agonize over the dippy-do-da editing and admire the acting as each character makes you uncomfortable with the underlying horror of people and the choices they make without a thought to the moral consequences.
Wesley M (au) wrote: Understated and funny in unexpected ways, Farrell pulls The shenanigans are balanced out by some truly dark backstory and plot points that nonetheless play together into an engaging storyline. Very much a character study, though, if you aren't really interested in the two main characters then you probably will be bored by the halfway point.
Wiebke K (jp) wrote: I am still not sure what this movie is about, except that it is about a family. The ideas are bizarre, the plot pretty much non existent, but one of the things the movie gave me was a better understanding why anime is so important in Japanese culture.
Oscar T (br) wrote: Se pierde un poco la esencia de Hellraiser con todo su gore, sangre y entraas, pero este nuevo giro que se le dio a la saga con una atmsfera tan "Silenthillesca" es por lo menos ms que interesante.
Ollie W (it) wrote: Incredibly sexy character drama that is as trashy and frivolous as it is profound and important. Cinematically, Law of Desire is gorgeously shot, in fact it probably rivals Matador for pure sumptuous indulgence at almost every opportunity. It's perfectly acted, Banderas (in his break-through role) is superb as the promiscuous, manipulative, completely insane pursuer of Eusebio Poncela's bemused script writer. Carmen Maura is as breathtaking as usual as the script writer's transvestite sister. Narratively the story is of course, completely ridiculous, wheeling maniacally from pornography (in a particularly audacious opening scene) through to murder, car chases and ultimately a hilarious and wonderfully staged inner-city stand-off. Its less serious than it's excellent counterpart - the previous film, Matador - and yet it reflects an emerging, free-spirited, open-minded Spain that is epitomized by the 1987 Spanish government - who chose to use this film as a cinematic representative of the country.
Countess N (ag) wrote: RIP Farrah Fawcett. Good dramatic movie,very realistic and sad. Great performances from the cast. Farah Fawcett was excellent playing Francine the victim of domestic violence.
Aj V (ag) wrote: A cat from space needs help getting home? This is one of the many cat movies from Disney, but it' not the best, in fact it may be the worst. Some kids may find it fun, but it's way too silly and stupid, so I'm not sure about that.
Jack G (jp) wrote: The Saddest Film in the World (or one of them)
Chris (ag) wrote: This reminded me of Jules and Jim because there's a woman who keeps fucking around with two men. This isn't nearly as bad though since it's pretty funny and I actually liked the cast.
Cooper H (ru) wrote: Ferris Bueller is non-stop fun. Matthew Broderick is as charismatic as ever.
Greg W (it) wrote: no relation to the 1952 bio-pic or the 2001 musical all sharing the same title.
Anthony S (fr) wrote: A modern day noir with decent dialogue but not much of a story or plot. It's a basic girl who needs money so she hustle pool kind of story.