An expose of Genocide taking place in China against the spiritual movement Falun Gong, which was incorrectly defined by the CCP as an 'evil cult'. Survivors of slave labour, brainwashing, ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
An expose of Genocide taking place in China against the spiritual movement Falun Gong, which was incorrectly defined by the CCP as an 'evil cult'. Survivors of slave labour, brainwashing, ...
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House M (au) wrote: The story of survival of a man from, what we presume, Afghanistan lost in the middle of the taga of Siberia. Not a killer by choice, a killer for survival, for the essential. Vincent Gallo is truly a good actor, it is too bad we don't see him enough. Not a must see but a good film.
Brad S (fr) wrote: I enjoyed this one. It's deeper than your typical thriller and has excellent performances from Cheadle, Taghmouri and Pearce. Toronto also gets to play itself for a change. Check it out!
Ian H (au) wrote: An overrated dirge involving a couple who had nothing likable about them. Dull.
Alexandria C (es) wrote: the guy from Tokyo drift is in this
Alexander C (au) wrote: Looks interesting will try to find and watch!
Elester W (us) wrote: Typically one would not expect a horror movie to be focused on an American War, unless it was a retelling of a historical account. However, this movie does just that, and is even perhaps borderline offensive to veterans. But, the way the cast draws you into the plot is unforgettable, making this a must see horror movie. It is certainly not like the other gore and slasher films. The downside of this movie is that it failed in the department of "creepy music for effect". It started some elements of eerie music, but did not use it to its full potential.
Adrian B (nl) wrote: A career man (Bernard Verley), who has a wife to whom he refers as a nut, becomes prone to flirting with other women. One woman, Chloe (Zouzou), intrigues him and they begin to heavily get involved in discussions, of which he then makes excuses to both his wife, who delivers a new baby, and his employer. Eventually, this strange relationship quickly escapes. Interesting enough story helps get this usual, near-affair focused film up to speed, and that is mainly due to the very well done acting. Some situations are little interesting, but the end result is quite profound and saves "Chloe in the Afternoon," literally.
Charles H (ag) wrote: Best horror movie of all time.
Tristan P (kr) wrote: Ingenious low-budget sci-fi (invisible invaders... genius!) from the underrated Edward L. Cahn and with the great John Carradine. The zombies look quite a bit like the ones in NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD, although it's highly doubtful George Romero ever saw this.
Jim P (us) wrote: A little slice of movie heaven! There's a reason this story has been remade so many times. It is one of the greats of Hollywood's Golden Age. I particularly love character actor James Gleason who was delightful in everything he did. This may be his best role. And Claude Rains of course is excellent!
sabrina i (ru) wrote: It's funny to now see some of Bogart's early roles because hes such an icon of American cinema to even think about the fact that throughout the 1930's, he was a side actor makes one shake their head. 'High Sierra' was the turning point in his career. It was his first role as the main lead, and boy did he deliver. Not only was his performance noteworthy but the film went on to be a big success. This film is very entertaining and all that but its also important. Firstly, because it's the first film where Bogart had top billing but secondly, because we see a difference in how this film shows the gangster as opposed to films from the 1930's. He has a heart, he helps this poor family and he is able to show love for a little dog. You actually feel for him. He's not just a ruthless killer, I'm sure to the 1940's audience-this was quite a surprise. After this film, particularly in the noir genre we see characters that aren't just good and bad. One thing I found compelling about the Bogart's character of Roy Earl was how he's clearly attracted to the 'decent' lifestyle as opposed to his lifestyle. He wants to be a part of that world but something keeps pulling him back into the world of crime. He can't shake his destiny-this is something noir character's go through. In noirs like 'Night and City', characters can't help but get themselves in trouble that ultimately lead them to their death. One quote from High Sierra perfectly describes this "Remember what Johnny Dillinger said about guys like you and him? He said you were just rushing toward death." 'High Seirra' is not an out and out noir film, it's more of a gangster film but the character of Roy Earl shows shades of noir.The film has its share of flaws, despite being written by John Houston-the script is good but not on the level of other more famous Bogart films and the storyline between Bogart and the poor farmers family was a little under-developed. Still, the film is fun..its a good one to watch on a lazy saturday afternoon. Plus, the ending is memorable.Ps: For fans like myself of old time noir/gangster dialogue..this one has plenty of fun ones!"I wouldn't give you two cents for a dame without a temper.""Of all the 14 karat saps... starting out on a caper with a woman and a dog.""He's dead. Yep, cold as a mackeral. Kicked off in his sleep, I guess.""Just what I told poor Mac. A copper's always a copper.""When they hang that number one-tag on you, they shoot first and argue afterwards."
Logan B (br) wrote: Very good movie and full of action. I call it a MUST WATCH but one problem is that there is so much swearing.
Ali A (au) wrote: It's Cameron Diaz!? dahh.
Jonathan H (ag) wrote: Tonally sophisticated, and well crafted cult staple from Noel Black. It's a shame that films like Pretty Poison have faded into obscurity, but really, it is apropos that a film this misunderstood stars two leads that Hollywood never knew what to do with, the fabulous Anthony Perkins and Tuesday Weld. Mixing a bit of Lolita, with a dash of NIght of the Hunter and a TON of Gun Crazy, Black and company seamlessly shift between neo-noir, black comedy and straight forward surrealism. Perhaps what I like most about this film is that nothing is what it seems. One could be forgiven for believing the opening act was part of a badly-written comedy, probably because that is exactly what the writer wants you to think. Lorenzo Semple's tight script is slyly subversive both in its deceptively light treatment and in the manner in which it portrays small-town Americana (in much the same way that David Lynch would two decades later in Blue Velvet). He tells us that the white picket fences and pretty cheerleaders should never be taken at face value, because there is something rotten lurking beneath that all-American veneer -- but in true cult fashion, it has fun with that message, instead of taking itself too seriously.I'd be remiss if I didn't mention the performances. Perkins (as usual) is terrific. You can see the layers of confidence slowly peeling away as his and Sue-Ann's roles become inexplicably reversed and he finds himself sinking deeper and deeper out of his depth until he is a mass of sweaty, twitching nerves, blindly following orders, all pretence of control abandoned. Weld is also first class. She plays her character the same throughout, even when her true colors are revealed to us, and resists the temptation to display the usual tics and grimaces of movie-land's bunny-boilers. And lest I forget, Beverly Garland, the quintessential B-movie actress of her day, who also turns in the best performance of her career as the mother everyone can hate.All in all, it's a crime that Pretty Poison is so unknown. Now that it FINALLY got released on DVD, let's hope more people discover it.