Investigators pursuing a bizarre hemorrhagic illness are lead to a strange black painting that they discover is a portal to another dimension.
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Jamie C (gb) wrote: Brilliant and really funny from start to finish and has some moving moments thrown in too, It's Jackass meets Borat but not as brave but still has allot of good stunts and laugh out loud moments, Jackson Nicoll was brilliant and gave these kind of films a fresh coat of paint, Definitely worth a watch.
Victor M (fr) wrote: A film about life itself, with no special or relevant character per se. What really cares is the truth behind them. It's hard to find films from the other side, this is one of the greats.
Ale G (es) wrote: One of the best movies. I love it !
Lester Y (ru) wrote: This is rated G? Really?The first hour or so is great minimalist drama. Everything's in blue, we're in some hotel room following this suicide bomber doing trivial tasks for long periods of time, discussing the plot with a group of masked men. It's dark and disturbing. For the final act we're finally in Times Square waiting for the climax that never actually comes. It's like going on a roller coaster and not getting the big drop you've waited 90 minutes for. But the path to the peak is pretty captivating.
Mark C (ru) wrote: when you feel the tombstone you feel like you see death with your own eyes
Elena L (de) wrote: Am I the only one, who just can't like this movie? It's supposed to be witty satire with some drama features and even a make over, but for me it just shows like a rom com box office.
Stuart K (mx) wrote: Directed by Michael Winterbottom, who at the time had done a Thomas Hardy adaptation with Jude (1996), a war drama with Welcome to Sarajevo (1997) and another Hardy adaptation with The Claim (2000). Winterbottom got a deal at United Artists, and for his next film, made something very personal and close to home, the tale of the Madchester scene, and it's his best film. Set between 1976 and 1992, it tells the story of Tony Wilson (Steve Coogan), a journalist for Granada Television, who hosts a local music show called So It Goes, but he wants to support local musical talent, and with friends Alan Erasmus (Lennie James) and Rob Gretton (Paddy Considine) starts putting on local bands at a club owned by Don Tonay (Peter Kay). From this, the bands Joy Division and A Certain Ratio gain publicity, Wilson starts Factory Records. After the suicide of Joy Division's front man Ian Curtis (Sean Harris), Joy Division become New Order, and Factory sign The Happy Mondays and open The Haienda. It's a brilliant story of how, for a brief moment, Manchester brought forwards some brilliant talent to the musical world, and the film is a love story to Manchester too. Coogan has fun as Wilson, and the film plays with conventions and storytelling too, it's unconventional, but that was Factory's way of working. A classic.
Luis Diego R (ru) wrote: One of the best war movies of the 2000's.
Haley P (it) wrote: this is my favorit movie if yall haven't seen it thn u need to watch it
Tom F (br) wrote: Never seen a film like this at the Ritzy before!
Arthur M (jp) wrote: Muito estilo, pouca substncia. Piora quando se sabe que era pra homenagear Hitchcock
Roberto L (it) wrote: Como en la pelcula, los huspedes no saben qu no les permite salir de la mansin. Yo no se que es lo que me atrae de sta maravilla.
Megan (fr) wrote: James Stewart can SING?! =) I really enjoyed this movie, and it just goes to show how talented people were. He sings, and plays the harmonica and his performance was once again incredibly charming and wonderful. James Stewart is so great. Haha. Sounds like I have a little crush.
Chris H (ag) wrote: While it may be more entertaining and action packed than the second film, The Karate Kid Part III is even sloppier and features some downright terrible acting. If your a fan of the series you can have some fun with this one but other than that the only reason to watch is the hilariously bad performances.
Dustin I (it) wrote: Good, Atmospheric retelling of a worn out fairy tale! The gothic style oozes with slyness and Sigourney Weaver plays Claudia with such terror it will make you tremble.