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Paul T (nl) wrote: I'm female 71 great entertainment funny, loved the characters and all the actors. Well cast.
Pathetic L (es) wrote: this is awesome. it reminded me a lot of svankmajer's 1988 adaptation of alice, with the creepy stop motion animations. the details were outstanding, and the mice were too freaking cute. i enjoyed it very much.
Tim B (ca) wrote: Urban Legends is the third chapter in the Urban Legend slasher series. I don't even know why it's linked to the first two because other than the urban legend gimmick, it really has nothing to do with the first two. This would have made way more sense as a stand alone flick. Anything to get the people to notice... That said, it's not a terrible time. The deaths in this movie blew the other two away in their creativity and insane gore. There were two different bits, one involving spiders, the other an elbow that made me both cringe and cheer at the same time. Holy crap! Impressive for low budget. Mary Lambert hasn't been on my favorite directors list (Pet Sematary aside) but her talent is always present. Some great shots and a really trippy atmosphere were the highlights of her work for me here. I also loved her knack for zooming in on the female body parts for the actresses. Nothing wrong with that! She should fire her editor though because a lot of the cuts were way too quick. Kate Mara was cute and did alright, but I felt she didn't react enough to some major events in parts. Robert D. Vito was good and had me liking and rooting for him. Tina Lifford cracked me up as the veteran high schooler with a taste for the ganja. Audra Lea Keener was gorgeous, had a great death scene and had talent behind all that. Good job! Lillith Fields was creepy and effective in both human and ghostly form. But in the long run, this is nothing unique. Ever see a horror movie before? Yeah, it's that by-the-numbers. I could guess every single plot point and surprise long before it showed up. Furthermore, the movie would contradict itself on many occasions with its own plot at that. Not a single reflective surface around? Seriously? Kind of ridiculous if you know the legend of Bloody Mary... Lastly, the ending was way too over the top and the CGI effects that were featured were incredibly lame. I'm not gonna ponder too much over this one. You'll want to see it or you won't for whatever reason. It could have been a lot better but I've also seen much, much worse. I had a decent time with it and will forget about it soon enough...
Emily A (ca) wrote: I really liked the blend of fantasy and reality in this movie, but it didn't give you enough to let you keep track of both. I really liked the peripheral characters though, especially Chep's boss and Detective Barbara.
Simon D (us) wrote: This relatively unknown Disney animation is pretty underrated. I guess if they don't fill it with silly songs then it doesn't get the coverage that some of the others do.
Eddie C (nl) wrote: It's interesting to watch "In the Company of Men" unfold, but the contents are so incendiary that it threatens to explode in our faces.
Alexander Z (mx) wrote: OK for a sequel. A different beast than Westworld, less action-oriented and more of a mystery, but unfortunately there isn't much substance.
Daniel M (jp) wrote: Not as unbearably cheesy and manipulative as the common bear, but not an exceptional film either. Completely harmless is all that it is.
Michael R (au) wrote: An ageing Sean Connery returns to prove that this really is "his" franchise. starting strong with a great "Bond song" Diamonds are Forever is sometimes silly, but it is as entertaining as most of the better installments of the series. His last official film in the franchise Connery goes out with a bang, instead of a whimper.
John B (us) wrote: Newman's direction of his wife is poignant at times but this isn't due to Joanne Woodward who is fabulous in the lead role.
Tanner B (es) wrote: Open Range (2003) ???Corrupt lawman challenges Costner, threatening him and his lifelong hard work of cattle. Ultimately powerful, moving, intelligent Western also benefits from top performances from its cast. A sweeping adventure, despite a simple storyline.