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Wishcraft

A high school student named Brett Bumpers receives a mysterious package one day. He does not know who gave it to him, but after a while he finds out that the totem within the package can ...

. . He does not know who gave it to him, but after a while he finds out that the totem within the package can . A high school student named Brett Bumpers receives a mysterious package one day

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Simple but touching


Carlos M (au)

It has plenty of action and scares, a mildly interesting plot and a particularly grotesque ending that works just fine. Definitely better than the previous installment, this fourth Alien film doesn't add anything new or relevant to the series but neither does it disappoint


Carly G (de)

don't even care if you like her music!. An inspiration to anyone and everyone


Chanelle R (ca)

rop kick them all!. the main character did my head in and so did the pushy Jewish mothers. it annoyed me that the girl ended up with the chauvinist man


Deborah M (us)

Clever premise and solid cast with uninspired execution. Had characters and motivation been more fully developed, it could have risen above mediocre


Don S (jp)

Worth a look for clean entertainment. Some were so stupid/corny that you had to laugh. The jokes don't always work, but I found myself laughing quite a bit. Banks and Union give nice supporting efforts (and look great doing it). The concept may be a bit over the head of tiny ones though. Families are the intended audience, and I think this can be enjoyed by any age. Eddie Murphy makes me laugh, plain and simple


Facu S (us)

Dentro de todo es entretenida, aunq no es la gran pelicula. Una pelicula sobre los primeros casamientos homosexuales en Espaa


Graham M (fr)

Makes Scary Movie look like a classic by comparison


Harry W (ca)

don't hate the movie, I just find it boring, unconvincing and unnecessary to have even been made in the first place. So while not as bad as the average Baz Luhrmann film, Canopy is one of the worst Australian films I have ever seen. It didn't have a plot, it was bereft of thrills, the story wasn't convincing and the visual experience was weak. Everything was confusing and pointless, and since more than an hour of boring nothingness led up to only this, it is safe to say that Canopy was terrible. I can't even begin to explain how stupid things became at that one moment, and that is when I took away the final star from Canopy. This isn't an act of art, this is the act of a senseless filmmaker attempting to kill time by creating a moment where literally nothing is sensible. Things begin to senselessly jump around in a random time warp which adds nothing to the film and just makes it worse and less of a film than it already was. Towards the end of the film, the protagonists are sleeping in a ridiculously obvious place, and suddenly the narrative path just collapses. For a film where nothing whatsoever happens, Canopy managed to create a structure to it where the lack of dynamics even made things collapse on itself. And third of all, Canopy was thoroughly confusing. It did reinforce the lack of intelligent writing in the film though. I was already disappointed enough though, so this part find really bother me. If audiences haven't been taught about the nature of World War II, then the lack of historical context in Canopy will drive viewers to further disappointment. Nothing really happens in Canopy, and the atmosphere of the film couldn't justify its lack of dramatic stimulus, ineffective visual experience and the fact that it is so goddamned slow that when I walked out of the film I felt like less had been covered in 84 minutes of Canopy than in 10 minutes of Riddick. What an underwhelming 84 minutes that was. The next minute Tim and his Chinese pal are sleeping in the most obvious place, then they've gotten busted and next minute the entire film is over. As a survival film, the focus of the story is simply on protagonist Tim trying to survive, but this time around the drama wasn't compelling enough for me to care, and the visual aspects of the film were consistently repetitive without showing many threats in the environment aside from a few Asians wandering around with guns. Also, the film is not entertaining. Khan Chittenden simply does not make Canopy any more convincing than it already fails to be, and so watching him tiredly walk through a jungle for 84 minutes does not constitute sufficient entertainment or justify its short but slower than glacially paced story movement or the fact that the musical score is not effective enough to help the atmosphere at all. Canopy does not serve as a front for his talents, and by the end of the film I has forgotten what his face looked like or cared enough to find his character compelling whatsoever. He never convinces viewers that he is in any threatening situations because he just seems constantly tired and finding the work tedious. I mean he faces a limited character who says nearly nothing due to the lack of a script, but the majority of the time his physical reactions to situations seems like all he is doing is experience a prolonged walk through the jungle. The entire time, his performance simply felt artificial. Khan Chittenden takes on the lead role of Tim, the Australian soldier fighting through the Singaporean wilderness, but he never feels like one. There was nothing intense for me in Canopy, and to add to that was the acting. It is clear that the film was crafted on a low budget, but it could really stand to use some of what little money was in the budget to actually make it more convincing. I mean the atmosphere didn't feel threatening so as a survival film, Canopy was a failure. Seriously, not even one fallen tree. In actuality, the cinematography moved along too smoothly and gentle to capture the intended atmosphere and instead it just slowly reminded me of the film's lack of convincingness by slowly revealingly more and more the way that the jungle was untainted by the war. Usually the cinematography could have enhanced the intended atmosphere by taking the right angles and moving along quickly when the characters run. As well as not being convincing, there was no tension for me in Canopy. For me to feel the true intended effect of Canopy I would have to find the film convincing or feel that everything was intense enough to believe, but it was neither of them. While the cinematography is decent because it captures the appeal of the setting, it does not help to make things any more convincing. The best thing that Canopy presents is the ambitions and potential of Aaron Wilson, but not his best talents or his eye for detail. Canopy is a new low point for the genre handled by an ambitious but inexperienced filmmaker. Considering that I'm a big fan of the survival genre because I enjoyed the aforementioned three films with All is Lost being one of the finest films I have ever seen in my life. All I saw for 84 minutes was a man waking through a jungle, I didn't see a soldier facing the despair of a war torn fight for survival. All I saw was a man walking through grass and trees in a soldier's suit, and so I didn't feel anything believable. The jungle is completely untouched and there is not a sign of wreckage, a bullet hole or a single damaged tree anywhere. Considering the fires and crashes that are going on around the wilderness that the two main characters trek through, there is not a single sign that a war is going on in the setting. The major flaw is that the jungle is not the slightest bit convincing as being a war torn land. The minor flaw is that if you look closely, you can see that the visual effects are fake. Despite capturing the great look of the Singapore jungles to ensure that audiences believe the setting, there is one major flaw and one minor flaw. For one thing, the film is not convincing. Unfortunately, he is too inexperienced as a filmmaker to ensure it succeeds. And so on behalf of director Aaron Wilson, Canopy is an ambitious move since the idea of a soldier surviving in the wilderness of a Singapore jungle during World War II has a lot of potential. Canopy came out around the same time as life-threatening survival films Riddick, Gravity and All is Lost, so it seems to be attempting to capitalise on the genre during a resurgence period. I can't necessarily say that I hated the film, I just don't have luck finding a reason for it to have been made. I can't begin to tell you just how underwhelming Canopy was. Hoping to find some impressive Australian cinema, Canopy sounded to me like a film worth a go


Jacinda M (it)

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