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Sue V (nl) wrote: Amazing performances by Edgar Ramirez, Robert De Niro, Usher and Ana de Armas. Great story and very well directed. Loved the music and the boxing scenes are thrilling.
Aakash G (ru) wrote: not as great as i read about it before watching it...deepika,naseeruddin were simply flawless in their parts and arjun and pankaj kapoor were their usual self...the movie starts when naseeruddin realise that the love letter he wrote for his teenage love never reached her(as arjun's dad kept it without his consent dont know why) and then in search of ferdie's(naseer) love(fanny) and to complete his innocent lovestory, they all go into a small lil road trip which eventually turns out to be pretty long,lasted roughly more than an hour out of the 2 hours of the movie..despite the serious performances by the starcast you still feel something missing,maybe the senseless bollywood masala..so because of that you don't quite get that wow factor about it as we all had been spoonfed this senseless bollywood masala on our platter for years so all of a sudden you miss it though it was present but for few mins here and there.The last 25-30 mins were pretty crazy and funny though.a one watch for sure :)
e m (ca) wrote: When the fat scruffy bearded cannibal reaches down and squeezed his gonads in the third act while blithely commenting on the freshness and quality of the victim's meats punctuating his gleeful commentary with a series of waddlingly executed hip-thrusts! I just thought WTF dude!? I mean Really ?!! After years of watching this Redneck-cannibal-slasher-pycho meets dumbass-city-kids crap, you"ve gotta draw the bloody line somewhere (pun not intended) and this seemed like a pretty darned good place to do it. So to the current young generation of splatterfans I say, Adios peeps, I think This bus can slosh on without me. Other than that, the acting and story line were sub par at best and while the movie could have been that much better if the had a better selected score (i.e. more somber), a different cutter and someone working on continuity (hello! that dude staggering around with his back ripped open was supposed to have a frigging compound fracture from the car crash!! or did you think we forgot, sheesh) it unfortunately would have required serious screenplay surgery to survive outside the box office womb. Add to that the movie's non-ending and the director allowing the rehashing of that sophomoric shit about " the victims ending up as shit in the end" after the final Fade2Black and the entire enterprise takes on a sad and defeated cast. That said I will add that the Location and camerawork were great, the casting, wardrobe, set, blood effects were certainly above average, as far as picking and prepping a small band of filthy low-life scum for an orgy of unrestrained hack-stabbery go. All in all the directing seemed erratic. Oddly excellent at some points and virtually absent at others. Almost as if there were two directors taking turns on this thing?!. Anyway nuff said. If you like a gore fest as much as the next guy this will be your cup of ...dare I say it? If you're interested in any kind of redeeming storyline with a post-deliverance message or plot, then don't bother or better still watch deliverance again with Chopin playing in the background. OR try "The Descent" at least it has a cuter cast with a back story and cannibals that you can (wait for it) sink your teeth into.
Matt M (ru) wrote: Some jokes are inevitably lost in translation, but this film has more charming and funny moments than more popular counterparts.
intuciic (es) wrote: what a nightmare! one more stupid zombie movie... yuk
Nick G (us) wrote: Better than I expected. Extra points for "Rockin' The Suburbs".
Matt M (fr) wrote: Still recovering from a heart transplant, a retired FBI profiler returns to service after his own blood analysis offers clues to the identity of a serial killer. Starts off with a smart premise, but gets lost within the conventional boundaries of the cop thriller genre. This film is definitely among the lesser works of Eastwood both as a director and an actor.
Eero S (ca) wrote: I wanted to see it because of its 0 on RT, because I love bad movies. But this isn't good-bad, like Miami Connection. It's uninteresting, lame, and is basically a list of what not to do in film making. They should show this in film schools.
RC M (ca) wrote: A look into the mind of Charlie Manson. The director,Nickolas Shreck,is obviously a fan of this flip-out. Nevertheless....it's still a fascinating look at Chuck's twisted philosophy.
Derrick P (jp) wrote: Arrabal made some incredibly surreal and disturbing movies during his career. I Will Walk Like a Crazy Horse and Viva La Muerte are definitely some of the strangest films I've ever seen.
Rei M (kr) wrote: I really enjoyed this movie - Madonna had such great style in '85 :D
Anna Q (br) wrote: These two kids are the baby Paul Rudd and Sean William Scott.
Brent D (fr) wrote: A sweet effort to create an office clone set in the world of writing. It's predictable, but it still has some heart to it.
Robert H (ca) wrote: The stunning attack on Pearl Harbor is hardly worth the two preceding hours of tedium (although the Japanese sequences do have a little more directorial flair).