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(us) wrote: Absolute rubbish!!! Never watch it
(de) wrote: for those wanting a little "starter course" on this amazing genre, this is a perfect movie. skims over nearly every type of grindhouse from the past 100 years, not super indepth, but touches on enough so that you can do more research and viewing on your own...pay close attention to the section on one of the greatest directors ever mr. h.g. lewis
(es) wrote: A thoroughly soppy short but the photorealistic elements of the animation are truly astounding.
(ag) wrote: As far as video games to movie conversions go this is one of the better ones but that's not saying a whole lot!
(us) wrote: come on, get real. the sole purpose of this film was to showcase pavarotti's electrifying voice. that given, no one who saw it was shortchanged.
(jp) wrote: This was India's first so-called horror film when it was first released but now it is definitely considered to be more a thriller film than a horror. Still, it was one of the biggest hits at the Indian Box Office when it was released in 1949, being declared a Super Hit and I can understand why.Directed by Kamal Amrohi, the story concerns a young man who takes shelter in a haunted mansion on a stormy night. Ashok Kumar gives a very good performance in his role as Hari, the man who takes shelter but soon discovers it has a dark history behind it.The best performance in the film, however, goes to a young Madhubala. She gives one of the best performances of her career - one that I consider to be her best - as Kamini, the woman who Hari becomes fascinated with - little does he know she is a ghost. She became a huge star following this film and she was only 16 years old at the time, making her one of the youngest actresses to look out for in the future.There is one particular scene that stands out well which sees Hari wondering where Kamini is after he hears her voice.The direction from Amrohi is superb because he keeps a good pace going from start to finish, while the script is very well written by the director. While the dance numbers and costumes are excellent as always, the best song in the film without any doubt goes to Aayega Aanewala sung by an uncredited Lata Mangeshkar. It's a shame that she was uncredited because the song became massive at the time of its release and to this day I believe it is one of the classic songs of Indian cinema.It's also a shame that the Filmfare Awards were not introduced in this year, because if they were, I reckon this would have won a few awards, most notably Best Film, Director and Actress for Madhubala and Best Female Playback Singer for Mangeshkar. It also may have won National Film Awards if they were introduced in this year too.Still nevertheless, this is one superb and brilliantly-acted film with lots of suspense throughout, keeping you on the edge-of-your-seat and Madhubala is absolutely superb. If I had to choose what my personal favourite Bollywood movie of all time, it would have to be this one. It also set the standard for classic Bollywood thrillers for the future as well. Absolutely brilliant viewing!
(kr) wrote: Good, but notable primarily for being a 40's Hollywood film directed by an actual woman (although 70 years later, you still don't see many female directors, esp. in Hollywood.) Modelled on those golddigging showgirls musical-comedies [e.g., Busby Berkeley], this aims to entertain while also attempting a critique of the perverse values and female-flesh-exploiting nature of that kind of movie. Whether the attempt is succussful seems to be very debatable, but it's an interesting movie nonetheless. (I'm sure feminist film theorists like Laura Mulvey, with their obsession with the male gaze, just eat this movie up.) On a distinctly non-feminist note, I'd like to add that the young Lucy Ball positively sizzles in this movie, as a sultry burlesque dancer (during one number she even gives her ass a couple firm slaps!). Maureen O'Hara, of course, is herself a fox and half; but what really sold the movie for me was Ferdinand, a little stuffed-animal bull with a flower in his mouth. So cute.
(us) wrote: Has it's moments and they're only because of Downey jr.
(mx) wrote: Hilariously funny and easily the best film Sean William Scott has been in.