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Matt D (ag) wrote: Even the talent from Moore and Jackson cannot save this abysmally directed and horribly written script from a novel heavy handed in its subject matter.
Bill M (kr) wrote: Neorealism, like noir, benefits from affirmative action in my Netflix queue.
John C (gb) wrote: With a tense buildup, fairly swift pacing and a consistence tone of suspense with its Big Brother style, MY LITTLE EYE gets props for its acting and far from conventional ending. Not for the faint of heart.
Jason S (ru) wrote: Fun tribute to classic rock
Layla W (fr) wrote: I absolutely love Alyssa Milano but the dialoge for this movie... was absolutely awful!! Not to mention, I see the VAGUE connection to the first Poison Ivy but this one had it's own spin and idea. Still better than the last... but not by much.
Liy D (br) wrote: This movie is poutlandish and absurd, but that makes it amazing to watch. It's incredible how it all falls together. It's wonderfully written and funny as hell.
Felice G (nl) wrote: 5 out of 5. A rare pognant film, filled with laughter & tears, a must see.
Peter P (ca) wrote: Ok movie, that is great for one thing and one thing only, Pam Grier. You gotta love Pam Grier. Nuff Said.
Bryan T (au) wrote: "The Amazing Transpant" is really not so amazing after all. While the color, extras and short run-time were nice - the story, bad dubbing and weird directing/cinematography make this one only for hardcore fans of penis transplant movies (are there others?). Contains full-frontal male nudity in 2 different scenes. The extras really make this DVD for me - the vintage US Navy short on "Sex Hygiene" is very graphic and hilarious!
Ralph R (gb) wrote: Robin Williams is hairy.How hairy is he?He's so hairy that Bigfoot be taking pictures of him.
Dan H (gb) wrote: One of the best horror films you can see. The characters are tight (They feel real). Patrick Wilson, Rose Byrne and Ty Simpkins do great jobs. (I know I can't be the only one who noticed that the younger brother just disappeared a good deal into the film though.), the script is tight, the score is tight, and the ghosts/demons are tight. I haven't had a film give me this many constant chills in a very long time, it's also very scary (almost all of the scares are extremely effective. oh yes, i screamed quite a bit in this one....not a common occurrence). The world crafted here is intriguing and fun to get lost in, and the final few minutes definitely stay with you. Insidious is a fantastic, fun horror film that excels at most everything it sets out to do (plus Lin Shaye does a phenomenal job). Insidious is like walking through a really good haunted house. If you are a fan of horror films, then I would most definitely recommend this ooky little flick.FUN FACT: Joseph Bishara not only did the tight score for this flick, he also plays the evil red faced demon in the film as well (and nailed it!). VERY COOL.
Jrmie A (ru) wrote: Stupid and stereotyped movie. Boring as hell, most overrated movie of all time. 3 hours and 14 minutes wasted, better use this time to watch The Return Of The King.
Lee M (gb) wrote: Between a 6/10 and 7/10,if you can disregard the incoherent ending, in her directorial debut, Chopra has made a disturbing tale of sexual awakening set against the 1980s new context of shopping malls; Laura Dern is extraordinary as the lead.