The U.S. vs. John Lennon
A documentary on the life of John Lennon, with a focus on the time in his life when he transformed from a musician into an antiwar activist.
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Film C (gb) wrote: Appalling movie. You are left searching for the plot and suspense!
Sara T (ru) wrote: really enjoyed this movie, although the plot seems pointless at times the characters unfold in a genuine, honest way.
Linda A (it) wrote: Great acting and titles in white, but hardly needed them to know the story. Lovely Italy; Good choice on a hot summer day.
Carol B (ru) wrote: Visually stunning! It's quite a long movie and as the title suggests, there's not much dialog. This aspect of the movie needs to be embraced. So, no kids or rustling around in the chip bag.
Rachel W (de) wrote: A very interesting and original idea.
Noname (fr) wrote: A fair thriller/horror about some friends traveled to Brazil. They thought it should be a nice vacation but they get problems with some strange ppl. A bit violence in this one. Overall an okey flick.
Ian C (fr) wrote: Average thriller. Leigh is one sick fuck.
William P (us) wrote: It looks as if it was naturally staged like if somebody was like hey lets make a movie, this is what they would get i under stand this was like his first work for a "no Budget" film but it was hard to watch even 30 minutes of it before i had to write a review.
Christian H (gb) wrote: Not the best acting at times, but it all seems to come together as one of Kevin Smith's best films, including his signature raunchy humor. It also explores a lot more serious themes than expected, all the while still remaining over-the-top and hilarious for most of the film's runtime. 8/10
Anthony T (it) wrote: The creators of the Blair witch bring us .... An hour and a half long commercial for Go Pro in the Blair Bigfoot.... Not recommended but you can do worse.
Jesse O (us) wrote: This is a good horror movie, even though I do think that it probably thinks that it was more clever than it actually was. I think that it likes to pretend that it's more subversive than it actually is. It doesn't really do anything that hasn't been done before, particularly in the horror genre. With that said, I do think the film offers a good mix of mystery, suspense and gore to satisfy a wide variety of horror geeks. My earlier complaints aren't meant to suggest that I don't think the film is intelligently written, because it is, but its reach definitely exceeds its grasp. Honestly, it's a bit of a weird love story between God and Satan. Yes, you read that right. At least that's how I perceived the ending, it's like a reconciliation between those two. Honestly, while it was a good idea in theory and the execution was actually pretty good, it's the type of twist that I usually hate in that, when put to scrutiny, it doesn't actually make a whole lick of sense as the film likes to speak in riddles. I mean I liked it because it added a whole new layer to the film that definitely wasn't there in the beginning and the actual idea behind this was actually good. It's just that it, realistically speaking, doesn't really make sense. Then again, Six knowing the sins of everyone at the police station really wouldn't make sense if you really think about it. So it is what it is. And, honestly, like I said, I didn't actually hate it as much as I usually do because it's actually well-executed. This isn't a scary horror film, but it does build a good amount of tension and it peaks really well. The climax is really well done. I've seen a lot of complaints about the dialogue itself and I, honestly, outside of a couple shitty lines, never really noticed it that much to the point that it was detrimental to the entire experience. The acting of the film is actually pretty damn good, it might actually be the best thing about the film. I just think everyone plays their character incredibly well, but, of course, Liam Cunningham steals the show. Granted, his character is designed to be the focal point, but Liam Cunningham has an incredible presence and manner of delivery that makes it so your eyes are drawn to him any moment he appears in a scene. Even if that scene includes gruesome deaths. The cinematography is also pretty damn excellent and it's a supremely well-shot film. I'm kinda curious why the film didn't have a more positive reception with viewers here. It is what it is and, in the long run, as long as I liked it then, and I mean it in the nicest way possible, then it doesn't matter if anyone else liked it or not. It's just that the movie definitely has a lot going for it, so you'd think audiences would've liked it more. With that said, its reach might exceed its grasp, as I mentioned, but it's still a good horror movie that I'd definitely recommend as a rental. Maybe wait until it hits Netflix Instant, if it ever finds its way on there, but this is a good horror movie, so I can't complain much.
Adam R (es) wrote: (First and only viewing - In my mid-twenties)