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- Stars:Pamela Anderson, Tom Arnold, John Asher, Roseanne Barr, Amanda Bentley, Sandy Bentley, Thora Birch, Steve Buscemi, James Caan, Drew Carey, Erica Dahm, Jaclyn Dahm, Nicole Dahm, Andy Dick, Kunal Khemu, Neetu Chandra, Upendra Limaye, Ranvir Shorey, Manish Mehta, Vicky Tulaskar, Nassar Abdulla, Yakub Sayeed, Santosh Dharni, Raj Munnan, Sandeep Mehta, Indira Iyer, Konkona Sen Sharma, Sudhir Mishra, Madhu Sharma,
- Director:Madhur Bhandarkar,
- Writer:Madhur Bhandarkar (dialogue), Madhur Bhandarkar (screenplay), Madhur Bhandarkar (story), Nishant A Bhuse (story source), Sachin Yardi (dialogue), Sach
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(es) wrote: Summary: Curse Of Chucky delivers a compelling story, quality performances, and a memorable post-credits scene. 81/100 [B+]After the events of Seed of Chucky, Nica, a young woman forced to a wheelchair since birth, has to regroup her sister, Barb and her brother-in-law, Ian for a funeral after the death of her mother. While dealing with Barb, Ian, along with their 5-year-old daughter, Alice; Nica receives an odd package - a creepy doll. After people start showing up dead, the fearless Nica soon suspects that the creepy doll is much more than just a doll. Curse Of Chucky was a fun movie that surprisingly exceeded my expectations, it left me very impressed. The star of the film was Fiona Dourif, she did an excellent job with her character, the rest of the cast was generally good. Brennan Elliott and Danielle Bisutti were the only ones who did not give a solid performance.If you are a fan of the Child's Play saga, you must see it. Curse of Chucky is a fun, violent and bloody ride. Even though it was flawed, stupid, and manages some cliches of the genre, it is still an enjoyable flick. It uses some CGI effects, but I really don't care, the doll looked realistic enough. The new design of the doll was remarkable, Chucky looks scary again! Moving on, the first act was a bit slow for some people, because the doll does not speak. He said his first words until the second half of the film. During the first half we can see him walking through the rooms, moving his arms, frowning, etc. This could be boring for some people, but it was effective and suspenseful to me. I loved how the movie built up the tension.I liked the setting of the film, the house was creepy. The score was great too, it increased the suspense at times. The movie kept the tension all the time. I was so interested in the plot and characters. Don Mancini's direction is imaginatively clever, the movie made me feel intrigued and amused. On the plus side, we have an impressive return from the cast of the previous installments; also, the performances were pretty good. Fiona Dourif gave an awesome performance as "Nica". Brad Dourif did Chucky's voice, he was excellent as always. I also want to add that I spent my whole childhood watching the Child's Play franchise. I am a huge fan of these movies, and I absolutely loved this one because it knows what fans want.Even though it has some silly moments, Curse Of Chucky surprisingly delivers more tension and seriousness in comparison to its predecessors; Chucky is creepy, strong and revengeful again. I will not spoil it, but there is a great post-credits scene that you don't want to miss, it was completely unexpected for me. If you're a huge fan of the Child's Play saga, you will love this movie. Also, in the second half of the film there were so many surprises, and some questions about Charles Lee Ray (the spirit who lives inside of Chucky), will be finally answered. On the negative side, the movie has lots of silly and stupid moments, and some of the characters were so dumb. I still enjoyed it though. [B+]
(fr) wrote: You have to speak horsepower to feel this!
(ru) wrote: Best Drama Film Ever
(nl) wrote: This was good but a little too music heavy for my taste. Despite all the interviews with friends and family I still felt like I didn't know the man.
(ag) wrote: Loved the book but this film stinks. Isabella Scorupco, well, I dont know if she is badly directed, but she act so weird here. Strange. And folks, christian believers are not this crazy either. Not even up in Kiruna. The beautiful pictures from this wonderful city are the only worth while looking at. Dont waste your time on this movie, read the book instead: Solstorm by ?sa Larsson.
(mx) wrote: Saw this movie a few years ago. It is okay movie. Lots of funny moments. It is a good kid movie to watch with the family. I would recommend renting.
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(kr) wrote: He acquired a change of heart when he fell in love and learnt the true meaning of family.
(us) wrote: Hot girls (save for the armpit girl). No plot. W00t.
(fr) wrote: a very slow film that you have to labor through, then you have to let the film simmer in your mind for about a week to say bravo. caution this film is dark
(it) wrote: Everyone gets covered in glitter, Battra gets friend zoned, and Godzilla gets carried to sea like the fat asshole he is. What's not to like?
(au) wrote: It's disappointing that this film did so poorly at the box office. The 14% critics' rating versus the 60% audience rating is proof that this film has an enormous amount of redeeming qualities. Ed O'Neill does what he does best - playing the grunt - and I find myself cheering for him the entire way. The few instances that show that he does have some bumbling lovable-idiot qualities (the fireworks, the cot, the slips and falls) only made me like him more. This movie gives you what you expect and, if you've ever dealt with a bratty snot-nosed kid that wasn't yours, it gives you something to relate to. Some critics panned this film as "formulaic" but I don't think that's always a bad thing. Here's hoping that this film, over time, gets a better rap than it has.
(us) wrote: Better than the second movie but really none of the originals freshness,,,,,just another generic slasher flick.
(kr) wrote: Mmmm, 80's cheese!! This one's pretty campy - I enjoyed it.
(br) wrote: This is some classic science fiction. Whats starts out as a somewhat campy B tmovie that has it's comedic moments turns into philosophical science fiction with aliens,Cryo frozen captains , and sentient nuclear bombs. How do you stop a bomb from prematurely exploding on your ship that's easy engage it in existential debate. Try wrapping your mind around that. Dark Star is John Carpenters student film that feels like Sam Raimi's first Evil Dead were the movie Gravity.
(ag) wrote: An early film made exactly 40 years ago by prodigious and prolific Steven Spielberg. The young and talented Goldie Hawn delights us no end in this comedy that ended tragically. It is a true story. In the sprit of 'Smoky and the bandit', we are entertained by the crazy gun loving trigger happy midwestern culture and the over the top police force for mobilizing 100s of police cars and gun men in pursuit of a couple who just wanted to get to their baby. Goldie Hawn and William Atherton held hostage a young police officer, Michael Sacks and stole his police car. The film is mostly about the wild adventures of them racing across the country towards their destination Sugarland where the baby is cared by foster parents. By the end of the long chase, the hostage police officer experienced Stockholm syndrome and became sympathetic towards the hostage takers' plight and bonded with them during the long chase that ended an ambush. Poor William was shot dead. Goldie didn't get her baby and was devastated. Officer Michael Sacks grieved for his new found friends.
(au) wrote: Great acting although Mills is much better than Guinness who is never quite convincing as the drunk bullying Jock. The dialogue and filming is a bit too much like a stage play at times.
(de) wrote: The directorial debut of Peter Chelsom, who later went on to direct comedies like Funny Bones (1995), Serendipity (2001) and Shall We Dance? (2004). This is a charming and warmly funny fable which was based on the absence of a real life singer, this is a very charming film with a lot of heart and good humour, as well as some good performances. It still stands the test of time these days, and it's a joy to watch. In the Irish part of Liverpool, nightclub owner Micky O'Neill (Adrian Dunbar) is struggling to get any good acts for the punters, but when he learns that he can get reclusive Irish tenor Josef Locke (Ned Beatty) to appear, Micky promotes this one to high heavens. However, it turns out the Locke he booked is a fake going around as Mr. X (William Hootkins). This causes Micky to lose the night club and his girlfriend Nancy (Tara Fitzgerald). But, it sparks determination inside him, and Micky travels to Ireland to find the real Josef Locke, who has hid away in Ireland since the 1950's for tax reasons, but he won't give in, and he plans to bring Locke back to Liverpool, and win everything back. This is a film cut from similar cloth to the old Ealing Comedies and even Local Hero (1983), which has a lot of sly humour, good dialogue and a lot of local heart. It's also a bit of a road movie at one point, it's a shame Chelsom hasn't done anything as good as this.