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Vantage Point

The attempted assassination of the American President is told and re-told from several different perspectives.

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s the Secret Service one step ahead, or have the President's adversaries thought of everything?. Gradually, we discover who's behind the plot. Those minutes are retold, several times, emphasizing different characters' actions. Shots ring out and the President falls; a few minutes later, we hear a distant explosion, then a bomb goes off in the square. We see a plain-clothes cop, his girlfriend with another man, a mother and child, an American tourist with a video camera, and a Secret Service agent newly returned from medical leave. The President of the United States is in Salamanca, Spain, about to address the city in a public square

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David L (ag)

This may not be as polished or as slick as Never Sleep Again (so comprehensive that it has to be the new standard by which documentaries like this shall be judged!) but it's affectionate, enthusiastic, and interesting enough to work. That's a minor complaint, however. One can probably safely assume they were included as an attempt to demonstrate the series' influence, which carries over well into the modern day, but their input is generally not quite enough to really offer much specific information. The filmmakers interviewed don't really offer up all that much, save for Mick Garris who has a personal connection to the series, and their input could have easily been chopped out if it had been replaced with some of the more interesting recollections from those involved that pop up in the deleted scenes. Jeff Fahey pops up and offers some recollections from his time on the set of the third film while various writers and crewmembers provide some insight into what they did and how. Tilly on Psycho II and there are some interesting speculations offered up as to why. Most involved speak quite kindly of him, though we're told a few times that he didn't seem to enjoy working with the aforementioned Ms. We're treated to some interesting stories about working with Perkins both as an actor and as a director. That said, there are few obvious omissions (they couldn't get Meg Tilly to talk about Psycho II?) that keep this from being the definitive statement many had hoped it would be. Not everyone involved in these films is still around, Hitchcock and Perkins being the two most obvious examples, but Richard Franklin who directed Psycho II has also passed on, but Robert Galluzo has done a pretty good job of rounding up a decent selection of people who worked on these films as well as modern independent filmmakers who were influenced by the movies under discussion. From there we move through the different sequels that turned the first film into a series and are treated to interviews both new and archival that generally do a pretty good job of telling the story of the later films in the Psycho franchise. The film, to a certain extent, does assume that you have a basic knowledge of that picture - it is, after all, targeted to horror fans, but even if you don't you'll get a quick crash course here before moving on to the sequels, none of which have ever received the sort of supplemental love the first film has. We move through the first film fairly quickly, which considering the amount of material already available both in print form and on Universal's various video releases over the years, maybe isn't a bad thing. The documentary begins by giving us a primer on the original film, explaining what made it different, why it had such an impact, and how it launched star Anthony Perkins into the mainstream only to see him quickly typecast in a part he'd never be able to escape, though eventually become both appreciative of and thankful for. The Psycho Legacy takes a look at the four films in the series though wisely ignores Gus Van Sant's odd shot-for-shot color remake of Hitchcock's original picture

David S (gb)

Subtly peppered with very dry humour with a huge question that begs an answer all the way through until the end. Beautiful movie - coming of age classic that evokes Ana Maria Matute's "Primera Memoria"

Jim L (us)

eally worth checking out for sure!. It was fun and adventurous. I found this film charming and with a good story and even better acting

Mahesh P (de)

One of the best Indian horror movies to ever release

Mara L (jp)

[b]A-[/b] Next up in older films: [i]Hotel Berlin[/i]. (I also couldn't help thinking that it was fantastic that early Hollywood made a movie about this intelligent woman and actually focus on her science. Overall, this film was very enjoyable, and while I was watching, I couldn't help but think that Marie Curie is exactly the right kind of female role model for girls to have. When Marie and Pierre's father are at the house, waiting for him to return for the ceremony that night, and Pierre's father is finding out about his death, they show Marie getting suspicious, and the silence is just uncomfortable. The film makers also used silence to their advantage, however. They also made good with the soundtrack--it didn't stick out to me as cheesy or typical--it fit right into the background of the film. You can see his shadow, pacing around. There's some great effects here--one that especially stuck out in my mind is the night that Pierre proposes to Marie--the camera is simply focusing on the staircase and the two doors in the Curie household, with light under Pierre's. It's a beautiful film about amazing people that only gets stopped up by stilted dialogue and some bad acting, but in this case, all of this is made up for in the story and how the movie is pieced together. With all things, there is dramatization, but I found it to be less so in this film. From what I know of the story (which admittedly isn't much), the movie is very accurate in terms of what happened and how things happened. The movie [i]Madame Curie[/i] was based on the true story of Pierre and Marie Curie, the first to discover radium

Matt B (it)

It gets old pretty fast. It has a couple funny parts (the Million Dollar Baby scene kills me), but it's just more of the same violent slapstick humor from the last movie

sahil k (nl)

looking back at a group of players that inspired a generation

Zhara M (de)

. . Primeiro filme russo a abordar a homossexualidade e bissexualidade