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Leon B (br) wrote: As a child, a young man by the name of John-Paul Moorehouse witnessed his father get shot by a gang of thugs, who were driving by in a car. John wakes up as he is just after having a nightmare of his father's killing. John is man who is a former boxer, he could have went to the Olympics, and turned pro, as the way he explains it in the movie. His uncle on the other side, Francis tries too hard to keep his name above in the family: He tries to control John by talking him out of doing certain things. He wants everything to be his way, not someone else's. He seems like that person who would plan something, and think his plan is going to work but it backfires. There is another antagonist in the movie, Mickie "the bags", he is the only very close friend that John has. He picks up a fight, and doesn't care sees. He's a loose cannon. But he has a heart, and wants the best for John. End of review.
Clairvius N (ru) wrote: It pains me to be so dismissive of a decent attempt at low-budget filmmaking, but, whilst almost scoring points for intrigue, this film was too infuriating to take seriously. Often sickeningly written, predominantly poorly acted, and thoroughly ill-casted, Sound of My Voice wastes an interesting premise by way of cringe-inducing clichs and banal, predictable dialogue - also wasting 1hr20 of the audience's time in the process. Despite nearly threatening to reward any remaining viewers with a worthwhile climax, the film (perhaps encouraged to do so by its main person of interest, as were her never-quite-believable disciples) managed to vomit out an incoherent ending that felt cheap, lazy and rather self-absorbed. Perhaps if the mooted trilogy were to come to fruition a degree of redemption might be found, but I would certainly be keener to avoid rather than invest in this story any further.
Anna N (jp) wrote: Woods = Want to see it.
Dr N (us) wrote: I remember seeing this on TV and really enjoying the twists and turns of the plot and characters.
Jacob v (es) wrote: Really slow pacing, and it's a brand of humor I'm not used to. But when it's funny, it's funny.
Agus B (it) wrote: la peor pelicula animada de la histoooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooria
Ekene O (fr) wrote: Grade: C-. A step down from the original. It had a plot, but not a good one. For the most part the only good thing about this film is seeing Blade return and doing what he does best. (Murdering).
Pavandeep S (ru) wrote: What a film, the feeling I got of watching this film was of how long could it actually continue, I was stupefied. A zombie and a mob that was both leftist and revolutionary. It was out of this world, Lindsay Anderson continues to impress me. This film really was brilliant. A satire and a parody and an attack on society as it was developing in Britain. The scum of the Earth, angered and distasteful rise up against a government, an attack on the way the world was developing, people left behind and a satire on the different individuals of British society. It was honestly wicked, the camera, used a lot of long takes and povs and the story was really tight, like a boiling-pot at times.
Nandi C (de) wrote: Sorry adaptaion of Harlow's life that has her like she's a nympho who even tried bedding her own stepfather! Look, right is right, but that's just dead wrong!! tell the right story about this woman if you must because this sure isn't.
Tutto F (mx) wrote: great japanese scary drama, it gets better in the second half when the horror element rises.