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Arturo P (kr) wrote: Amazing Movie, this is how REAL horror films are made it's sad to see you average movie goer thinks horror is all about "jump scares". Sad.
Sutthirak P (au) wrote: Depressing and cool at the same time. And because I'm not familiar with Joy Division's history, so this biopic about the band's frontman Ian Curtis seems original to me. The B&W cinematography, editing, sound, and acting especially from Sam Riley, Toby Kebbell, and Samantha Morton, are great. Watching "Control" was like being tied with a rope, I couldn't move or even breathe until it finished. ___[ A ]
Sina S (au) wrote: Thomas Vinterberg And Lars Von Trier cooperation
jackson m (br) wrote: Every step is embedded with a melodramatic convention to the point that the narrative becomes completely predictable. On the other hand, Washington is likable as always.
John A (nl) wrote: Creature Features Had Died In The 50's Before A Massive Resurgence In The 90's, This Is One of The Better Creature Features Since Their Re-Instatement Into The Horror Genre. In True 50's B-Movie Horror Style, The Creatures Have Been Genetically Modified In Some Way Which Makes Them More Deadly. This One Concerns Bats, A Small Town Is Attacked By Genetically Modified Bats, But When These Bats Come Into Contact With Normal Bats, They Pass On The Mutation, Multiplying Them In Large Numbers. It's Up To The Sheriff & A Bat Expert To Tackle The Problem. Featuring A Decently Written Script, Some Nice 50's Style Effects & A Few Creature Feature Clichs, This Is One Film Which Doesn't Fail To Entertain Fans Of 50's Horror Cinema. The Only Thing Missing However Is That It Hasn't Really Got Any Scenes Which Are Unintentionally Funny.
Tim G (mx) wrote: This film makes me want to wear glitter again. The music is good, and some fine performances from the young stars, but the jumping narrative and non-brightly lit stage scenes are hard to follow at times.Shame David Bowie withdrew from the film - it is still obviously all about him dispite the changes. Do you jive?
Ty M (ru) wrote: It's a very good movie, but incredibly slow movie. Too much of a love story, and only little humor.
A Q (jp) wrote: Kinda schmucky, but John Candy and Dan Ackroyd are two of my favorites. Candy is especially endearing.
Daniel P (kr) wrote: Stunningly shot conspiracy-theory thriller, with fantastic use of (then) current technology and particularly great editing and sound editing. The debts to Hitchcock and the film Blow Out are writ large but hugely enjoyable, and Travolta and Lithgow are very watchable.
Private U (ag) wrote: not one of Peckinpah's or Mcqueens best, but not bad
Eben B (fr) wrote: The whole thing between Ben and Danny is quite sweet and the movie is nice. However, it's hardly comparable to "Willard" which was a drama developing into a horrer, while "Ben" features the rats befriending a little boy who help him with his school bullies etc. Eventually, however, when the Rats become violent (like in "Willard"), the Rats are quite easily killed by police, unlike in "Willard", in which they win over the humans. I certainly wish the film paid more attention to the horrer of the rats, rather than Ben and Danny snuggling in bed. The movie still is certainly a good watch and if you like "Willard", you may like this film, depending on your range of taste. Considering "Willard" was re-made in 2003, they should also re-make this forgotten sequel. Add more terror and suspense, cut down on the sweetness, and remake it with the same qualities of the "Willard" remake; I'd give it 100%
David W (au) wrote: A very controversial movie of it's time,but Midnight Cowboy is still a great drama in America in the past and great performances from Jon Voight and Dustin Hoffman
Private U (fr) wrote: My family and I would watch this on Thanksgiving Day. It will always be a favorite of mine and my family's. It is a good family movie.
Tatsuhito K (fr) wrote: Jason Statham is damn likable and James Franco makes a shallow yet solid villain. Lots of action and fist-fights and explosions and all that action jazz. Turn off your brain and you will have a surprisingly fun time. Homefront is a perfectly enjoyable action flick. It's disposable but quite fun at times.
stefano l (ru) wrote: After a first watch I gave it 3 stars but I didn't review it. Probably because I didn't know what to say. My opinion hasn't changed, and I still cannot say anything interesting on it.