Death and spiritual torment stalk three American students visiting the Carpathian mountain homeland of Vlad Tepes.
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Gabby G (de) wrote: It's good to see Barbie catching up with our culture/generation with a relatable character. Would recommend to anyone as long as they love sparkly dresses and musical sequences.
Robert B (fr) wrote: The film is actually a pretty sad, but honest look at the career of Roger Ebert as he worked from a journalist up to the most serious and intense film critic of all time.I was surprised to learn about just how stubborn and cavalier he always was - I really didn't know much about his life prior to the 90?s (when I was born, and when "Two Thumbs Up" and his partnership with Gene Siskel was already world renowned).It's a touching and sad ending to a pretty incredible life of film. It weaves retrospective into his final months pretty well and the documentary gets some pretty good looks at his medical needs and processes in his life. Definitely worth a Netflix viewing!
Calum F (fr) wrote: I though this Van Damme film was pretty solid. Give this film a watch.
Kirk B (nl) wrote: Not their best but still fun but the character interaction just isn't as fun or interesting.
DanJuly T (ag) wrote: Terrible one of the worst films I have seen
Jess K (gb) wrote: Reminiscent of the short-lived Pushing Daisies (we miss you), Miss Nobody offers a mixture of naive morbidity, charmingly horrible deaths and quirky, dark humor wrapped in a bright, candy coating, like pixie sticks spiked with arsenic. Unfortunately, where Pushing Daisies and other Bryan Fuller shows were limited to weekly installments of 48 minutes, Miss Nobody attempts to stretch its equal parts charm and darkness over almost twice that. Much of the energy and enjoyment is provided by Leslie Bibb, typically the conventional pretty girl juxtaposing the more interesting characters, emphatically playing against type. Early establishment of tone, palette, composition, narration and Bibb's dependence on St. Micheal's blessing and close-lipped smile of obliviousness and bloodlust, create a delightfully disturbing dark comedy. But as with most serial killer movies the need to add bodies through increasingly convoluted and incredulous means quickly makes the movie feel labored. Eventually the pile of corpses starts to stink.
Jack P (jp) wrote: Jonah hex is a great comic character and this film was the very first adaption of him. The narrative and dialogue is pretty bad and could've been tweeked majorly. This is in no way a brilliant comic book adaption film however it had its moments that kept me watching it. Josh brolin's performance is the best thing about this film and he really tries hard of the rest of the cast dont. The storyline is basic and about jonah hex avenging his wife and sons murder. This film wasn't bad although so much more could've been done with it.
Roie I (it) wrote: Sublime. I'd watch it again and again...and again.
Alex R (de) wrote: I found it inspiring. It demonstrates that change can be brought about if one really desires it.
Paul C (kr) wrote: This is a very entertaining movie. The one thing that sticks out is the dialog. The dialog was just raunchy and fun to listen too. The story was really great with a nice twist ending. The whole cast was pretty good, but one guy stuck out. It was the actor David Wenham. I knew him from the movie 300, but his character as Johnny Spit in this movie is amazing. There is a whole scene when he is in court that is just really funny. So pretty good movie.
Alex K (de) wrote: My Favorite Action Film Is 1988's Die Hard.
Kenny N (ca) wrote: Proteus: one of the most underrated "evil computers" in a home invasion/rape and revenge film where the invader/rapist isn't even human.
Greg R (us) wrote: City Lights is probably my favorite Charlie Chaplin film. The ending is one of the most perfect finales I've seen in any film....ever.
Becca A (nl) wrote: I wanted to marry her when I saw the moonlight shining on the barrel of her father's shotgun.
Mohammed A (de) wrote: It's should've been better than this