They're Coming to Get You
A woman recovering from a car accident in which she lost her unborn child finds herself pursued by a coven of devil worshipers.
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Austin G (mx) wrote: Though I liked the sequel much more than this first go-around, it's still a decent-enough watch.
Isadore H (nl) wrote: Despite some cheesy scenes, and the surplus of cliches, Machine Gun Preach stays afloat through its well told message, some surprisingly brutal violence, and solid acting mainly through the talents of Micheal Shannon and Gerard Butler. It is a satisfying film has no business being as good as it is, some thought-provoking themes really lift this one out of mediocrity.
Sparsh D (au) wrote: Great acting by Arshad Warsi. Duo of Naseeruddin Shah and Arshad Warsi worked well. Script was average; dialogue was great. Music was good.
Greg R (kr) wrote: I haven't seen this movie since it was in theaters I was noticing there are still stuff that I enjoyed.
Philip Z (gb) wrote: I found myself bored silly by this movie. A lot of that has to do with the fact that I just don't care for most political thrillers. Too cerebral and stodgy for my tastes. It's fine if you like this genre, and you'll probably get a whole lot more out of something like this than I did.
Fong K (nl) wrote: I was not keen to watch this movie when it was screened here. No big stars, unknown director (Andrew Niccol) and a sci-fi thriller? I just don't have a good feeling about it. It was when Simone, the director's following effort, was reviewed that this film was mentioned and that this movie was much superior. That aroused my interest...What an irony! Don't label something so fast without letting it prove itself - that's exactly the message in this movie.The movie impressed me from the start. Clever lines. Clever plot twists. A clever story idea (read up the trivia too!) and a cleverer execution of a thriller. In lesser hands, it would be made into another run-of-the-mill fast-paced actioner. But Andrew chooses to tell the story in a way it will provoke our thoughts. In one deleted scene (only in the DVD), it shows a series of great people (JFK, Einstein, Abraham Lincoln etc) with 'defects'. Just imagine, if a system like the one in the movie was adopted earlier, they would be classified as 'In-valids' and deemed 'underclass'.
Jacob D (de) wrote: Tarantino's First Masterpiece.
Kevin M (au) wrote: superb filmmaking! Alistair Sim is sensational!!