Whistle depicts the dreary off-hours of an ultra-technological hit-man who becomes 'involved' in the life of one of his victims. The hit-man's wife is not only fully cognizant of her husband's day job but she is also the cold-blooded contact with his bosses when the conscience crisis sets in!
- Stars:Dominic Mafham, Sarah Winman, Charlie Hicks, John Shrapnel, Terry Jermyn, Harry Ditson, Jonathan Hackett, Alex Caan, Laura Cosac, Nicole Cosac, Peter Linder, Jessica Linder, Hideki Arichi, Gavin Rothery, Rob Greenwood,
- Director:Duncan Jones,
- Writer:Duncan Jones
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(gb) wrote: So here's the deal, being a history student, I love the whole historical fiction genre. While the movie dragged a little, and the twist at the end was surprisingly unpredictable, it did however ruin the film. Throughout, the facts leading to the fictional tale of the assassination of J.F.K. seem some what feasible, however, this all goes to the shitter with the ending. Wish there was a decent quote to throw in here, but really, it wasn't that kind of a flick.
(jp) wrote: Not waters best, but entertaining non the less.
(mx) wrote: Fantasia is an unbelievable mix of Disney's most creative animated talent and the beauty of some of the most classical pieces of music together in a cleverly produced form of entertainment. I find it quite hard to believe that this particular form of entertainment is not as widespread as I think it should be, but at least we can say that it was very popular during and for it's time. I was well fascinated by this sensational production as a very young child and I would do almost anything to have it be as well known today as it was many years ago. I especially enjoy the more abstract moments throughout the film mostly considering the introduction of the presentation, with the in-depth look at the imagination of what we may visualize when we hear not just classical music, but just about any well crafted song out there. The rest of the tracks apply the same basic principal, but mostly containing stories of interest. The Rite of Spring (the birth of living species) and The Pastoral Symphony (Mt. Olympus) are two of my top favorite tracks in this unforgettable production. Fantasia 2000 was a good sequel, but the original shall stay the best for me. The subjects of beauty and mythological fantasy need to be reminded again in this generation. A fun and childhood-classic Disney film overall.
(mx) wrote: Yeah, it has its slow moments and other issues, but I found Michael Ironside a Truly Creepy Villain and that alone makes me recommend this movie. Not entirely gory(it has fair amount of blood) it is pretty mean spirited enough to turn off some viewers. Maybe if it was a bit shorter and a bit gorier it might have had more of an impact of Slasher fans. Nevertheless I recommened it over most slashers that came out in the 90s and beyond mainly cuz it doesnt have a bunch of teeny boppers in it or a soundtrack by MATCHBOX 20 or some LAME NU METAL BAND.
(mx) wrote: (First and only viewing - 11/17/2014)
(ru) wrote: Too cult, too over-eccentric.
(br) wrote: Well that was one heck of a roller coaster ride; and a realistic one at that. We should all be able to relate to some situation or another where circumstances always seem to be against you, despite feeling like its meant to be. Lets be together, no wait on second thought maybe we should...well actually. Lets just wait, and ache every moment in between until who knows?