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Christopher B (ru) wrote: Not sure how I felt about this. Music was amazing and visuals stunning but just weird and too much.
Mackenie M (ru) wrote: David lambert was awesome in it
Jon J (nl) wrote: So good why doesn't it have 100?
Josh M (es) wrote: Nothing can top 28 Days Later, but that is not a hit on 28 Weeks Later, which is definitely a worthy sequel. The atmosphere and cinematography stay on course to keep the story moving along nicely. The brutality is even heightened in a few scenes which gives 28 Weeks Later its own flair.
dartagnon p (gb) wrote: I missed the premier in Los Angeles but the movie is due out in 300 movies on October 9th. The previews rock. Kuno Becker is awesome. The new Special effects where the punches come through the screen and knock out the audience are intense. It's a must see in my book and Jimmy Nickerson directed Traffic and was involved in the Rocky series. Def a kick ass movie. I am NOT going to miss it ...
James H (ag) wrote: 3.5/10. Uninspiring low budget horror flick, very cliche'd and predictable. Not very frightening. The acting is a little better than most by some. Not much here to recommend.
Geoff B (es) wrote: Not sure if I wanna see this or not...
Andrew L (ag) wrote: Too modern for my taste. I miss the late 80s/early 90s action flavor of the first three. But it's not a bad action movie. It's got some good stuff in it. I love how McClane rubs off on the young guy as a heroic figure by the end. That was the best part of the story. The action is very over the top, so don't expect to feel like McClane is very human.
Jonathan P (kr) wrote: If you were a teenager in the 90s than the deaths of Biggie and Tupac was our version of John Lennon and this dated documentary is still a wealth of information that will bring back a lot of nostalgic memories of the tragic days that two great artists were taken from us. Even if the cases have been solved (though can we really believe the new conclusions from the investigations) and most of the documentary proves to be way off it is still a thought provoking documentary.
Muhammad Faian M (de) wrote: Great movie about a great Personality... well directed by Jamil Dehlavi and well acted by Christopher.
Derek B (it) wrote: Not, I think, up to Haneke's usual very high standards but nevertheless an intriguing and troubling film that rewards close watching (and I will watch it again and perhaps get more out of it). Some of the fragments are really very hard to bear, the one that sticks in my mind is the remarkable sequence of the student practising table tennis return of serve for at least 3-4 minutes. The machine that spits ping pong balls at him must shoot at least 70 or 80 in this time and its mesmerically boring! I suppose the film might be saying that life is dull a lot of the time, hard, crushing, soullessly repetitive... but then a sequence of chance occurrences can blast everything apart. But I think most of us are aware of this.... Having been warned at the beginning of the film what is going to happen doesn't make the final few moments any less shocking.
Donna R (de) wrote: I watched this and it wasn't bad. I found it to be interesting and rather fast moving. There were times where I had my finger on the button to change the channel, but I couldn't, as I wanted to find out the ending. The ending really disappointed me.