Trespassing

Trespassing

A graduate student preparing his thesis on mythology leads his friends on a research expedition to an old plantation estate on the outskirts of the Big Easy. The site is reputed to mysteriously cause madness and death to all who enter it.

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Edgar O (fr) wrote: This was steaming pile of dung. The ending was infuriating. The attempt to shock and scare made me laugh at the absurdity and stupidity of the main character.

David S (ag) wrote: I love this series as it is just fun for me. I enjoy these films, especially if I'm just looking to watch a mindless action flick. My gripe with this one is the bogus PlayStation 2-like graphics when the mutated creature comes around. I also thought it was pretty funny that Milla's complexion and looks were perfect throughout the entire film (not that that is a complaint, she is stunning). The story is interesting enough to keep me invested and the ending I thought was really cool!

Shayne B (mx) wrote: Despite having a low budget quality to it, the film is pretty good actually. After the first five minutes you're like this is going to be a terrible movie. As you keep watching it, the emotions of the film begin to take shape, and you are sucked into the story of these two characters. The film has a powerful message, and that is when you love someone truly, you will always be able to lean on them and trust them. I loved the low budget quality of the film, and yet the film could do with out the funky color transitions. So overall I liked this film and I recommend it.

Steve S (br) wrote: **1/2 (out of four) A decent performance from Al Pacino almost saves this uninvolving little film that could have used a little more bite to it. Pacino plays a man who has been working as an publicist in the entertainment world for decades. He once was on top, but now he is simply cleaning up the messes of his clients, like an Oscar winning actor, played by Ryan O'Neal, who keeps screwing up. He has a chance to get ouit of the business, but first he has to pull off a big fund raiser. People who work in the entertainment world might find this more fascinating than the rest of us.

Stephen S (ag) wrote: A decent film. I know that this was a huge hit back in the day, but honestly, aside from being a modern adaptation of Taming of the Shrew, and having somewhat of a dark sense of humor here (which I can appreciate) there's really nothing that special about this film. I'm saying that just in reference to all the endless praise I've heard about this film. I still feel like it's definitely worth a viewing even after seeing it with the high expectations I had, so for all I know, anyone else seeing it might love this.

David J (ag) wrote: In "Sonatine," Takeshi Kitano mixes dark humor and gang shoot-outs to thrilling and refreshing results, but there's a disappointing lack of character development. In this world, characters need not emotional depth because they're usually violently and coldly killed off before you really get to know them, but I wish we knew a bit more about the protagonist. Regardless, if you enjoy films like "Snowpiercer" and "In Bruges," you're going to get a kick out of this one.

Vuk M (kr) wrote: One the best comedies of the 80's!

Stewart F (mx) wrote: Based on the great French screenwriter Francis Weber's L'Emmerdeur, it was sad to see how Billy Wilder and his writing partner, I.A.L. Diamond, were really off their game in this, the last picture for both of them. Jack Lemmon and Walter Matthau give it their all, and there are some nice lines, but overall the film looks "routine" and so much older than it is.

Heather M (ag) wrote: A movie with absolutely no basis in reality. The plot was predictable and a little on the weak side, but the step competitions were great fun to watch.