Frédéric, a young man with a troubled past, has the good fortune to be given a job in a luxurious mountain hotel. When one of the hotel guests disappears one evening and is later found dead, Frédéric suspects he may have been killed by the family who employ him. But rather than betray his boss, Jacques Couvreur, he makes up his mind to protect him. Unwittingly, Frédéric puts himself in grave danger...
Frederic is a young man in social rehabilitation. He has just found a night internship, in an isolated hotel in the mountains when, one evening, he sees his boss, Jacques, together with ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Jussi A (es) wrote: Nin se maailmaa vaan pyrii, muta kolme tuntia oli vhn liikaa.
Cameron H (it) wrote: When it comes to scare factor, zombies fare much worse than the quicker and more cunning werewolves, vampires, psychopaths, aliens, mutants. Director Danny Boyle and writer Alex Garland might have thought this, and found an inventive way to reinterpret the zombie disease: What if it were contagious, extremely bloodthirsty rage? This manifests through even a single drop of contaminated blood, infecting the host within thirty seconds and driving them into a maniacal frenzy. Unlike most zombie movies, other animals can be infected too. On concept alone, I am hooked, and you know, Boyle and Garland know how to jump-scare properly. Loud noises? Pfft. How about even the slightest disturbance of ambience / silence? This even affects entire scenes that avoid any intention of jump-scaring you, most notably when Jim (Cillian Murphy) wakes up from a 28-day coma in a completely empty hospital of a completely empty London, wandering the streets in hopes for an explanation. Boyle develops a very hopeless world for our characters.The storyline is simple enough: Our characters -- Jim, Selena (Naomie Harris), Frank (Brendan Gleeson), and his daughter Hannah (Megan Burns) -- look for a safe haven or a cure, and run into a different kind of trouble, in the form of a reformed army that needs women for starting a new society. Boyle's trademark frantic pace, best exemplified in Trainspotting, suits the horror aspect of the movie, and comes into play for the oddly effective revenge thriller of a third act. The reason it is effective is because of its context, a small group of characters whose hope is always budding, despite the increasingly hopeless world around them. Incidentally, the one character who loses sight of that is the one who literally loses sight for a moment and turns into a rage zombie. Very fun, very hip, very Danny Boyle.
Joy J (it) wrote: I love entertainment that can challenge an adult comic intellect, but be perfect to share with young people and kids.
Zue ByrdNSD (es) wrote: Quite possibly the best movie i have ever seen. I make friends watch it telling them to wait for the surprise guest (hitler) This has to be one of the best b-movies of all time!
Philip H (es) wrote: A golden stream of light and joy when Aunt Augusta came into my life! Smith is perfect giving a nuanced performances that could go over the top at any moment were she any less of a force of nature.
Jeans P (br) wrote: I don't believe there's a film with as many quips as this one, or as pleasant and poetic
Carlos M (kr) wrote: The ultimate silent film, released right after the talkies had already become a reality. Featuring some splendid superimpositions and impossible camera movements, this wonderful movie is both an impressive technical achievement and a beautiful story about love.
Jose Miguel G (de) wrote: It's a classic, yes, but nowadays it's essence doesn't fit into the title's expectations.
David M (it) wrote: Entertaining to watch and Brandon Routh makes a great Superman however story tends to drag.
Mike B (ag) wrote: not a real horror movie. sure there are some gruesome things, but i think it leans more towards thriller than anything. the problem with this is that there isnt enough suspense. it starts a bit, then lets off, then gives you more then lets off. and again it isnt exactly a horror movie. with all that, i liked it until the ending. they could have done better. why duhamel didnt kill that guy with the rock i just dont understand.