Ulli Lommel's Zodiac Killer
A young man who works at a nursing home uses the legendary Zodiac killer's M.O. to kill people who neglect their elderly relatives.
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apollo h (ag) wrote: excellent movie on the music business
David J (ca) wrote: It's long, and perhaps much too stuffed with extended sexual content, but BITWC is a fascinating analyses on same-sex attraction, belonging in the same kind of exploratory category that Boyhood resides in. Although their were controversies over the relationship between the crew and director, the overall project ended up looking polished. While the acting was mesmerizing, particularly from both leads, I think the star of the film was controversial director Kechiche. He uses an insane amount of symbolism that really shows the effort he put into the movie, from color of clothes, to certain foods the lead characters order when they go to a restaurant.
Derry J (us) wrote: Eric Roberts is in it what else can you say? Sucks!!
solidity q (us) wrote: So bad, it crossed over in to territory that made me like it based on how bad it was, but still, that was not enough.
Carlos M (ag) wrote: Xavier Dolan is a really talented, promising young director, and his filmmaking debut is this sensitive and engaging approach to a semi-autobiographical subject, a story that balances subtle humor and compelling drama in a more than satisfying way.
Konrad A (de) wrote: This movie is my favorite one but don't get me wrong hay that have all become good movies!! I like the new villain Blackbeard Blackbeard is so creepy and a little funny I think I like how Blackbeard fights Barbosa that is a cool seen they both fight good, and it's very interesting that everyone is after the chalices. My favorite characters were Blackbeard Jack and Angelica. What is funny about this movie is that Blackbeard was a real person along time ago and his real name is Edward teach. This movie will blow you a way! See the trailer to this movie and it may look good to you!
Stephen T (nl) wrote: Would give zero if i could!
Blake A (es) wrote: Good acting for Samuel Jackson and Tommy Lee Jones. Good drama movie that is about the shootings in Afirca of innocent women and children.
Michael T (it) wrote: Good Hong Kong Thriller.Predictable But Well Paced.Enjoyably Entertaining.Definitely Worth A Viewing.
Andrew B (us) wrote: Your mistakes are not your own to make up for.American history X may feel at time like a made for TV movie but it's probably the best made for TV movie ever made.
David R (gb) wrote: Not bad, this one, but not a truly good film either. not what I expected from the trailer, with it's noir-esque book scenes mixed with the real world bits that at times seemed a little too light hearted for the tone of the film. A bit of an odd one, but I'd probably watch it again. Don't think I'd own it though...
bill s (us) wrote: Watching this movie I got the feeling Martin never really liked or may be even saw the TV show this movies based on.
Ian C (jp) wrote: Hillarious comedy set in and around a working day in a Los Angles Carwash.
Troy H (br) wrote: Minor but enjoyable Bava outing suffers from a tired script. The director's trademark visuals ensure ample atmosphere, and the cast is in good form. Entertaining.
Eric H (fr) wrote: I know that the time period of this film was not perfect. There were no Civil Rights acts or equality for women. A war was going on. But there is something pure about this. I wax nostalgic for a gentler form of entertainment. I tire of the explicitness and gore of modern films. I get tired of the profanity and the scatology. That's why it's so nice to have a tradition of pleasant musicals and comedies from this era. No, I wasn't alive at this time. It just seems that we had a better sense of basic decency. Boy, I sound like an old fogy. That said, this film stands on the strong shoulders of Bing Crosby and Fred Astaire. I realize how vapid the plot is. The silly grandstanding; the ridiculous posturing for a romantic involvement. But if all there was was the dance sequences and the production numbers, this film would still be a classic. The premise is so outrageous, but it doesn't matter. The expense of those shows would have required those patrons to shell out about 500 dollars a ticket, considering there were so few of them. I also like Astaire's singing voice, which is often underrated. It's a nice movie. Put it on your holiday plate.
Tav D (us) wrote: Underappreciated gem.
Davidsaid B (au) wrote: This dog broke my heart in pieces :(:(:(
Allan T (it) wrote: Writer John Patrick Stanley's "Moonstruck" received all the glory in 1987, but his other film, FIVE CORNERS, deserves as much praise. Poignant, funny, witty and heartfelt, FIVE CORNERS pairs Robbins' idealistic Freedom Rider of 1964 vs. Turturro's violent psycho who longs for Foster. The DVD is hard to find and early editions are downright awful. Seek an old CHS copy, but will someone please -- please -- do this film justice and release it properly in digital form?