The Tiger's Tail
After a chance encounter, a Dubliner (Gleeson) is stalked by a murderous facsimile of himself.
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Joey R (us) wrote: My Favourite Jason Statham Movie To-Date.
Barnaby G (au) wrote: More reasons to hate those savage, mentally retarded Taliban bastards, or indeed any believers in a faith that condones the subjugation of women. Afghanistan is, and forever will be, fucked.
Mercedes W (de) wrote: Loving, Caring mother turns into a Killer? The story of a caring mother and a loving wife. The story of a crazy mom or just plain mental wife.
Eli R (fr) wrote: this movie is like a roller coaster of laughs. it's like what the muppets show would have been like if muppets 80's show were susceptible drugs and sex problems that really fucked up the show business industry in that period. all the characters are thinly veiled copies of muppet characters. it made me laugh so hard it hurt. it is one of the darkest, funniest comedies I have ever seen. of special note, the main star bunny has aids and muppet Vietnam flashbacks.
Jacob T (ru) wrote: This better then the first 3 Superman movies. Man of steel is better. Batman vs Superman dawn of the justice league is also better.
Tor M (de) wrote: Long and weird film. It got vibes from films like "Taxidermia" and "Amarcord", so it's something different all right.Surprizingly easy to hang on to. Possibly since it's a mixture of very free fiction, and very known history.We follow a boy from the German 20's until the 40's. David Bennent performance is fantatic by the way - he is the total center here. The boy stays as a young boy since he dicided to never grow. He is not a dwarf, more a kid in older roles for over 20 years.We get dwarfes too, though. And eating of fish. Breaking glass is also widely present here. And spit.Three hours are just too much. it's not that interesting. It's unique all right, this is an artsy film and it definitely stands out. Cool music, cool effects and it's really well produced. Oscar winner, and a very surprizing one too, if you ask me. It's really disturbing at times, especially since the weird looking lead looks like a miniature Anthony Hopkins or something.The scene where we get to see some guy fishing for eels with a horsehead is the most bizarre here and will be remembered for a long time. Still, there are more freaky stuff here.Banned back in the days, but not so hard to get your hands on today.Grotesque, beautiful, weird film that is like nothing else. It's good, but way too long. 7.5 out of 10 tin drums.
Ryan M (br) wrote: 5.7/10 I absolutely adore Gothic Horror when it's done right, and in terms of historical films, it almost always is. The 1960's weren't all that bad for horror, especially when there are movies as great as "Psycho" and as good as "Black Sunday". If you liked either of those two films, then you might just want to check out the film I am reviewing, which is called "Castle of Blood". It's an entertaining work of Gothic Horror that I believe some will adore; not only for the work that goes on her narratively and thematically, but also because of the sheer atmosphere and style exercised. I can't say I recommend this film, although I do have a great level of respect for it. It is what it is; a solid Gothic Horror flick that isn't chock-full of spectacular or unforgettable imagery. I was open to either liking it or loving it, but alas it feels sort of underwhelming. It's a familiar movie with a familiar set-up. I didn't expect to love it, and it's good to see that in spite of its unoriginality, it doesn't stink to high heaven. However, there are things to like and things to dislike; and they both come in almost equal amounts. The good might just defeat the bad, in some cases. Man bets that he can stay a night in a local haunted house and live. He places this bet with Edgar Allen Poe himself. Man goes to house. Man meets a beautiful spirit (Barbara Steele). Man is in for a night of pure hell, in which he discovers many things, one of them including his connection with the spirits who refuse to rest in this castle. The narrative is simplistic, and right there I might as well have described enough. There have been films before this one to expand upon such a premise, and there are also better films too. Maybe you should see those films first. That's not to say that I don't like "Castle of Blood". It's a pretty decent flick. It's just not one that I would watch again with glee, although if I absolutely had to, it would be entertaining if not disappointing all over again. What I liked about "Castle of Blood" were the simple things. The acting is solid, and Ms. Barbara Steele is gorgeous. If you're as big of an admirer of the actress as I am, then maybe you should see this. After all; Barbara Steele might as well be all you can possibly ask for when it comes to movies like these, even if they are, as I said, not as good as they want to be. However, a movie this well-made, perhaps did not need to be made at all. The story gives us little reason to be involved, aside from the great little atmospheric moments involved. In short, there is great direction going on here; just not great story-telling, character building, or anything else particularly worth mentioning, or remembering. But if you're looking for a couple good spooks and scares at night, then "Castle of Blood" is competent entertainment for the horror lover in you. It's not a bad horror film, like "Friday the 13th", and it's not a good one, like "The Texas Chainsaw Massacre". But it is a decent one, and really, that must count for something.
Anthony V (gb) wrote: One of the best of the Crosby/Hope road movies. Very funny.
Spencer S (de) wrote: This film features a similar storyline to the Pre-Code Hollywood classic "I Am a Fugitive from a Chain Gang," without the drama of it being a true story. This film also adds a fresh faced romantic interest, who powers much of the story and serves as the protagonist's main motivation. The narrative follows the story of former convict Eddie Taylor (Ford) who is finally going straight, as he marries his sweetheart Joan (Sidney) and tries to get a job. Though he tries to do good he's framed for theft and murder, and the rest of the film features him trying to clear his name and get back to his wife. The main moral of the story is not to discount those who are trying to get their lives back together, and the more important lesson is that when you believe someone will commit a crime, eventually they will have to, to be free. This is a narrative that could use more attention in our modern times, when recidivism is at an all-time high, and police brutality is in the national spotlight. While the film overall plies itself with melodrama all too often, it's a classic example of the way Fritz Lang made his films, utilizing the emotions of his audience while also showing a story steeped in violence. This isn't his absolute best film, but it is one of the more memorable, and one that I would recommend wholeheartedly.
Liam M (kr) wrote: 3.0/10With a cast this talented the movie would have to be great, right? No, Grown Ups is a film with very few laughs and no real sense of emotion. Adam Sandler should have made this movie 15 years ago when these guys were still hilarious. Now it goes into the trash pile of other disastrous comedies of the past few years.
Li G (ag) wrote: Interesting and throws up some questions about the natures of relationships but not as good as I was hoping.
Allie L (nl) wrote: This was kinda awkward.