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Jacob G (it) wrote: This an intense movie because of the really cringe worthy "would you rather" scenes the scenes are so hard to watch because of the realism in this movie there's no over-reliance on gore overall great film
Catalina C (us) wrote: Very authentic. Great directing.
Ethan P (us) wrote: I was under the impression that the Artist was going to be a soft, joyous film about movie stars hopping around and showing the "magic" of silent films. I was pleasantly surprised when I found that there was a lot of depth and emotion put into this film. There are very dark, fiery moments as George descends from his role as a star to a forgotten actor. There is amazing chemistry between the two leads that goes beyond tapping together on stage. It's serious and deep and you see that. I can't get over how hot the lead actress was, she is magnetic in this film. My favorite moments were towards the end when he burned his old films and was contemplating death towards the end because it showed the depths of his despair. A very smart, creative ode to older cinema. There are many references to older movies like Citizen Kane, Sunset Boulevard and several others probably.
Liana S (br) wrote: A pretty good movie actually. Takes both the military action and the concept of giant sand worms very seriously, without becoming over-dramatic.
Jake M (de) wrote: This movie is awful! The characters are not interesting, the musical numbers make no sense, and it has more endings than Return of the King! There are way better chick flicks to choose from just don't choose this one!
Lucero C (fr) wrote: I'm surprise of the low rating of this film! It's not an awful horror film but it was a pretty entertaining one! I wish the film was a strong as the ending!! I didn't see that ending coming!
Aaron M (ru) wrote: This take on the PC game isn't exactly true to its median. It's nice and gory with plenty of action. However it's far too cheesy and some of the acting on display is beyond a joke. The finale is quite laughable too to but the build up is more barable for sure. I wouldn't put yourself out to watch this rubbish.
Cara S (gb) wrote: Ok so I haven't seen this movie yet but david boreanaz is so hot that this movie probably rocks.
Bobby W (ag) wrote: Good action throughout
Joseph P (jp) wrote: I like eyre movies...Its a must see...
Joseph R (us) wrote: A very good movie with a surprisingly great cast, it took me years to finally get around to watching Mumford. Alfre Woodard, Zoe Deschanel, Jason Lee, Martin Short, Ted Danson, and Mary McDonnell round out an amazing cast that alone make this movie worth watching. I can't say that the movie is particularly great for any one reason. The plot is okay, it sort of meanders along until a late third act discovery actually propels events to some sort of conclusion, but even that isn't all that climactic. What Mumford does amazingly well though is capture, a semblance, of life, or at least the lives of a few people in a small town. The characters all feel real somehow, and you actually find yourself caring for all of them by the time the credits roll. It's just damn good.
Love M (ca) wrote: Anti-climactic thriller which settles for the American scenery.01.06.14
April W (jp) wrote: This movie was very interesting...
Jesse T (kr) wrote: A classic horror movie from my childhood which I hope one day gets a proper remake (unlike Fright Night).
Marty W (ag) wrote: The music is good but the story is as boring as early morning church. Just listen to some jazz and skip the movie.
Kevin X (us) wrote: Woody Allen playing Woody Allen....... Enough said!
Mark D (de) wrote: Im a big supporter of Exploitation Cinema and the video nasties, but this one is dogshit. Horrible in everyway. Not even the minimal amount of gore can save this poor excuse for a sexploitation/slasher flick. Lots of tits and bush though if you like that type of thing.
Angela W (mx) wrote: dont remember it really well. just know its sad but still pretty good.
Bill B (ru) wrote: Cronenberg and Mortensen make another tremendous film together, once again concerned with muddied character motivations and shifting identities. The quick bursts of brutal violence punctuate long bits of character development, with Mortensen looming large over the film, exuding menace just by standing there with a half-smile playing about his lips.Highly recommended.
Dave J (jp) wrote: Wednesday, March 2, 2011 (2001) Exit Wounds ACTION Corruption happening in the police force with of course, Akido master Steven Seagal making things right! The director may had seen many Hong Kong action films as well as American to put together this film for it duplicates many of the scenes most notablely from Jackie Chan films, the only difference is that it's intentioned for American audiences only! Don't come into this film expecting logic and a thinking plot for it's nothing more than an adrenline rush! 3.5 out of 4