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Hanna K (mx) wrote: One of the saddest movies I have ever watched. It really gives you a new perspective on some of the difficulties and injustices disabled are faced with, especially in the past. I've learned so much from this movie. I honestly could not sleep the whole night and cried by myself. It's extremely emotional and deep. This summery doesn't even cover 1/123124312532 of the movie. I really recommend everyone to watch it.
James R (es) wrote: Liked the idea, needed a bit more...everything. A studio should purchase the rights and give it a second chance at life.
Jason A (kr) wrote: Dinosaur project was a masterpiece compared to this pile of. I understand it was a free movie and fans could own frames but seriously why yet even more zombie footage movies. Hasnt Rec showed u to stop now
Katie P (br) wrote: It felt like something my ex would come up with, dull, uninspired, tacky, and a bit on the religious side. Also, a protagonist with a dark past and grey morals.
Diego Martn (fr) wrote: Peli entretenida,aunque bastante tipica,para entretenerse ...6/10
Paula P (br) wrote: Gurwitch and her friends' stories about getting fired are fantastic, but the foray into the nation's unemployed gets pretty silly and seems out of place.
Terryo G (de) wrote: A heart-wrenching coming of age story. A prime example of the superior film industry talent in Quebec.
Ishamael M (kr) wrote: If you enjoy horror classics, you might find yourself liking the second installment in Clive Barker's famous horror series featuring the iconic horror character Pinhead. I felt that the second part of the series went even deeper than the first. There were many brilliant contrasts there that I found not only visually but also psychologically appealing. The geometrical transformations of the puzzle box, the similarity between some of the characters cloths and the colors around them, even the development of certain recurring figures and the comparison between what they were and have become was very interesting to watch. Indirect mythological allusions involved in Hellbound were also richer in my opinion than the very few in its predecessors. I had to rewatch Hellraiser 1 to notice a few non verbal hints at the Aztec culture but Heelraiser 2 was far clearer in its reference to its predecessors, not only the well familiar myths of Greece and the Minoans, but also a comical contrast with some well known modern horror movies you are bound to see and appreciate. I feel that Hellraiser 2 could be rightfully considered a work of art for all of its depth but not seeing any of the references involved would still leave you with a well crafted world consistent within itself and paying special attention to human psychologically. Perhaps by modern standards, the graphics is outdated, but I don't think it should detract from the enjoyment of the movie anymore than the lacking visual details in the original Dracula or Frankenstein.
Bleak M (us) wrote: Grand fifties chiller, based, not on the unreadable A Merritt novel Burn Witch Burn, but on Fritz Leiber's Conjure Wife. Preposterous, of course, with truly gripping moments.
Ted P (au) wrote: So-so movie but great cars, guitars and music so worth a watch.