This Town

This Town

The Setting The setting for This Town is a small Italian-American neighborhood on the outskirts of Chicago...

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This Town torrent reviews

Miki I (nl) wrote: ha ha. this is one of the most 'unsuitable' films to watch on your relaxing holiday. it just drags u back to the world ruled by the unfair, harsh reality. It's an arty film in the form of 'do-not-say-too-much', some of which I personally thought could be better to make more 'dramatic', but still, it had made me think more. esp. the portrait of this 15 year old girl is so realistic. I loved it. again, yuhang's cinematography is astonishingly beautiful. all the shots just take your breath away, honestly. it's worth going &seeing for that sole reason.

Susan S (ru) wrote: as far as gay films go, this is pretty good. It wasn't obnociously sappy. It was just honest and realistic and you got to see inside the charachters heads the way they presented the movie like a play (which I enjoyed). worth seeing.

Jason J (nl) wrote: Sadly the weakest of the DOA trilogy but it's still a lot of fun and it does contain a bonkers ending. This seems to be a satire of sorts on sci-fi movies with nods to Blade Runner, The Matrix and The Terminator. The story is nothing new, and even the characters are easily understood and familiar, but there is something about Miike's gritty take on the conventions of genres and cinema that gives it an originality. Who else but Miike could make three completely different and unrelated movies and tie them all together into a package that is both confusing and cohesive? Okay, so the ending is nuts but it was typical of Miike. Expect the unexpected from him! Riki Takeuchi and Sho Aikawa are once again brilliant in their leading roles and have been in all 3 movies. There's a lot to like in this movie: a good sense of humour, exciting action and some very beautiful moments. It's a great finish to the series. You could criticise it for being a bit cheesy, but isn't that part of the charm?

Sarah L (nl) wrote: Story is a little weak but the casting is strong.

James M (gb) wrote: A powerful and emotional drama about a married couple in a small New England community trying to cope with grief following the murder of their only son.Tom Wilkinson, Sissy Spacek & Marisa Tomei are nothing short of brilliant and the final 20 minutes are intensely gripping. It has it's slow parts, but overall a thoroughly recommended piece of independent cinema.


Dianna D (jp) wrote: Original story, breakthrough performances

Ed C (mx) wrote: 4.5 stars for the "Producers Cut" 3 Stars for the " theatrical cut" The producers cut features a couple of alternate scenes and a completely different 3rd act of the movie with a different ending. The score is also different as its composed by the same guy who did H4, except this score sounds a lot like the John Carpenter score from the first 2 movies. The score makes this movie a lot creepier. this version of the movie is by far superior and its one of the best horror sequels ever.

Kelsey S (kr) wrote: What a weird movie. I guess I liked how it was pointless though. I hate movies with agendas. During, it was kind of boring sometimes, but afterward, I kind of appreciated how bizaare it was.

Levi P (br) wrote: A beautiful movie about a beautiful friendship, and another example of how godly Kurosawa is!

Call i (ag) wrote: I think this movie is very nice. There is a sparkly between the cast and the songs are great for the ears :)

Alan W (es) wrote: This is a good movie

Jason M (fr) wrote: IN A NUTSHELL this gruesome horror is about a drifter who opens a mysterious puzzle box which contains...yep, you've guessedit, a gateway to hell. He disappears and some time later, begins re-appearing in the house where he opened the box, which is now occupied by his brother and his wife with whom he had an affair. But, there's a catch, to fully complete his transition back into our world he needs blood, lots of blood (will his brothers wife help him, perhaps?) That's it for my description I don't want to spoil anything but I'll tell you, not for the faint hearted this one. It's written and directed by Clive Barker (his directorial debut) who knows how to shock and the film does just that. It's aged really well to say it's nearly 30 years old, the effects are great. From a hand being raked across a rusty nail to a face being torn apart by hooks my advice is wait til well after your foods settled before attempting a viewing. A good horror, gets a little wishy washy towards the end but a must for any scary movie fan, and it's where Clive Barker announced himself as a master of shock horror. This one also introduced us to one of the most memorable movie villains of all time, Pinhead.

Al M (fr) wrote: An entertaining late-80s slasher film with elements of the supernatural, I, Madman concerns a woman whose passion for horror novels takes a dark turn when the events she reads about in an obscure novel begin to occur in reality.