The Next Level
The People Against Proaction take new member, the agoraphobic Arthur, under there wing as they try and take their fight against the man to The Next Level.
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Vanessa T (jp) wrote: This is my favorite movie. So in Love with it <3
WS W (ag) wrote: The metaphor of zombie (death) = homosexuality actually works. But Bruce La Bruce is still Bruce La Bruce: (experimentally & purposely) patchy & odd in the whole.
Sharad Y (au) wrote: A surprisingly amazing thriller.
Paul B (ag) wrote: one of the best basketball movies out there and a true story
Dale T (ca) wrote: Action was good,story was weak...
Jeff B (us) wrote: This is actually somewhat entertaining.
Brett H (au) wrote: Horrendously dated, and quite frustrating to sit through, Alice, Sweet Alice (aka Communion) is a slasher that has a lot of promise, but the brutally slow pacing and completely unlikable characters let it down in a big way. The plot kicks into gear after our main character, Alice's sister is horrifically murdered at their first communion and all eyes are on Alice as the main suspect; then it becomes a whodunit-lite mystery that never goes anywhere and the reveal of the killer is ridiculous. The film takes clear inspiration from Dario Argento's, Suspiria and the Giallo film style, but apart from the vibrant yellows of the raincoats and creepy-as-hell mask, there's not much to look at with the grainy photography polluting your eyes. The presence of the killer is unsettling due to the very memorable mask, but the filmmakers play the ultimate cheat card and have the reveal of the killer being someone who can't fit into the shoes of the killer we'd seen on screen previously and the whole thing falls apart. There are some interesting moments of violence, especially for a film with so many religious tones, but it is a great big bore that is way too long for the story they were trying to tell and is another example of an older horror movie that ACTUALLY could benefit from a remake!
Christina H (kr) wrote: Watched: 27 Apr 2014
Viet Phuong N (ca) wrote: Simply put, fantastic film, with many layers, from an "audible" memoire by Marlon Brando, to an incredible biography about the screen legend, and an in-depth monograph about cinema and the art of acting. The lack of "new" information is a set-back, but too tiny to be noticeable. An essential film for cinephiles.