Supernatural chaos escalates when a troubled woman with a dark past dabbles with the infamous Ouija board.
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Paul D (fr) wrote: This is a very interesting documentary, although watching it might make you mad at how stupid the legal system in the United States is capable of being. Not something that I could watch over and over again, but it is certainly worth watching once.
Damone J (au) wrote: Outstanding.. hip-hop at its best..
Gianluca C (br) wrote: One of the most amazing, raw and, most of all, emotional docs i've ever seen. The soundtrack is also one to remember...
J D (kr) wrote: Watching Richard Pryor reminds you that there's a difference between telling jokes and being a real comedian. While this isn't the funniest I've ever seen him, it does show why he's considered one of the best. Because his jokes and observations aren't just to get laughs, he's actually got something to say. His riffs on race relations aren't your standard "White people do things this way, and black people do things this way, isn't that funny?" He's really trying to get to some sort of truth with his act, such as when he talks about how the audience can all sit together for a couple of hours and get along and enjoy his act, but once they're back out in the "real world", things get ugly again and why is that. Unfortunately, this particular audience is ridiculous. People are constantly interrupting his act, and while Pryor handled it remarkably well, I felt really bad that his concert film was being partially ruined by those who were supposedly his fans. I think the bit that really sums up why Pryor is on a higher level than most comedians is that of his depiction of a heroin addict complaining about his life. It's not particularly funny, but I don't think it's really meant to be, and again, it shows that Pryor is trying to get at a deeper understanding of the human condition than just if it will get a laugh or not. Definitely worth a watch to see a talented man who has conquered many of his demons and isn't afraid to talk about it.
Sakari L (ag) wrote: A film about the invasion of India by the British that is made of two storylines (one comic and one tragic). Being my first acquiantance with Ray's style, the movie felt very slow at first but finally turned out to be simply beautiful - it made an effect on me that films rarely do anymore. I can't wait to see his other work!
Joey R (us) wrote: Being a huge Audrey Hepburn fan this review may be a little biased. She never ceases to amaze me with how she can be somewhat versatile in her roles without sacrificing her notable style and ethereal beauty. The film itself is quite comical, and is almost like a romantic version of Ocean's Eleven. Good movie for fans of Audrey, or Peter.
Jason D (it) wrote: After the huge success of the Toho Company's other giant, scaly monster, it was only a matter of time before they would start digging for gold and building up other stories of mass grandiose Monsters terrorizing the lovely people of and around Tokyo, Japan. This time, the monster is Varan, a prehistoric beast, thought to be dead a long time ago that resides in a lake next to a small village of people who think the monster is a religious demon. After enough people keep pissing off the monster, it takes flight (literally, like a squirrel in unintentionally funny sequence) and spends the next half of the movie running around in the ocean as Japan's military relentlessly tries to stop it. I had the privilege of enjoying this film in its original, Japanese format and not the bastardized American version with English speaking actors and a hunky American lead mucking up the entire film. No, this version I witnessed was it's most truest one, and a good Kaiju film to boot. Though Varan didn't catch on with people like the Godzilla franchise (we only ever see Varan again in Destroy All Monsters), Varan holds its place in the annuls of Kaiju films and manages to be a fun watch. Good film.
Alex K (us) wrote: fantastic move i always love a great revenge movie.
Jacob D (de) wrote: When I read the rotten reviews by so called movie critics it made me puke emotionally. If you like this movie the viewer is "shallow" and uneducated theologically? Sounds like a bunch of bigoted fundamentalists are the critics indeed. This move dwelt on major theological issues and showed the confusion of many religionists in understanding the old and New Testament and in realizing the political reasons the Bible was assembled. I thoroughly enjoyed the thought provoking conversations and the acting. It's theme I could fully relate to. I could totally comprehend Gavin's arrival at atheism and Wilson's arrival at fundamentalism. A fantastic movie to watch for those with an active gray and white matter.