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5 Against the House torrent reviews
Laura R (kr) wrote: Well I have just watched See No Evil 2, Jacob Goodnight is back, for a second round. After faking his own death, to get away with the murders of the group of prisoners at the Blackwell hotel that they were cleaning up. Just s Amy is about to leave for the night the news reports come in of the Jacob Goodnights victims. So she stays and helps out. The footage "Flashbacks" were impressive. Was a really tense moment when Amy and Jacob Goodnight were in the life, really thought he was going to come alive and kill her. The morgue really makes a scary location. Also another freaky moment with poor Amy when her friends surprise her by hiding under blankets in the morgue room. After seeing Katherine Isabelle playing Mary in American Mary, and then seeing her as Tamara in this film she's really different, very good acting. Tamara goes off exploring with Carter where they find Jacob's body. So go on to have sex, when suddenly his body disappears and the lights go out. . Loved it when Tamara lights a match and he's standing right behind them. Love how Jacob welds a chain and hook to kill Holden. They all get reunionited again to find safety in the dark, but they all get picked off one by one by Jacob. In the end its only Seth and Amy, it reminds me a bit of a hopeless love story. Also very sad at the same time where she gets killed and he is left on his own. I love the Soska sisters, I love how twisted their films are. All in all it was an amazing horror flick, loved the amount of tools he had, instead of just the one trademark tool like in Nightmare on Elm Street or Jason Voorhees with his Knife.
Chung Hang M (kr) wrote: An insider look into real mental patients, their struggles, and their stories. Patients of a community mental clinic manned by an elderly doctor were filmed and interviewed. They tell us about family members that disown them, previous suicide attempts, pills they have to take, etc. They don't look much different from you and I, though surviving each and every day is difficult for many of them.
Relly Kondo (de) wrote: This is one sweet flick!
Gregory M (br) wrote: It had to be good but it wasn't.I mean I didn't even realize what the end was.A time-killer movie.I could definitely have watched another rather than this one.
jesse k (fr) wrote: No no no no. No no no no no no.
Omar N (es) wrote: Probably the best spaghetti western of all times, along with the man with no name triology
Jerry F (au) wrote: Watched this classic from 50 years ago. Would make a great remake. Debbie Reynolds was marvelous.
emily s (mx) wrote: Ethel Merman rocks. So does Donald O'Connor. Irving Berlin was one of the greatest composers America has ever had. This film is a must-see for fans of classic musicals.More than that, the political undercurrents and jokes are remarkably fresh today, in a day when the world is still eager to borrow from Uncle Sam and Europe is trying "austerity measures."The writing isn't Aaron Sorkin or anything, but this was a highly enjoyable film to watch.
Jonathan M (ru) wrote: Anyone who enjoys film-making or the history of film will probably love this film. Hugo is about an orphan living in a 1930's French train station. The visuals in the train station definitely add to the immersion and are simply beautiful. The direction by Martin Scorsese is amazing, obviously. The acting by Asa Butterfield, Bin Kingsley, and surprisingly Sasha Baron Cohen was superb. The first act of this film is not really anything special, though it still has very good moments. The second and third acts of the film are where it shines. The latter two acts dive into the story of legendary film maker Georges Mlis (played by Ben Kingsley) prior to him meeting Hugo. Watching the two children go on an adventure trying to figure out the meaning of something they discover in the first act (the picture) was amazing and I know everyone says this but it really makes you feel like a kid again. In the end the only word I can use to describe the emotions I felt in the end is joy, the ending just made me feel happy. Overall, this movie truly shows the magic of cinema and is nothing less than amazing.
Ross M (fr) wrote: Charmingly animated and voiced by horror legends, Extraordinary Tales provides a dark, well done love letter to the works of Edgar Allen Poe.