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8 Times Up
Elsa makes a living from little jobs, struggling to gain custody of his son. Mathieu, who lives next door, also keeps getting job interviews only to polish his art of failure. Their ...
- Stars:Daniel, Vanessa Giácomo, José de Abreu, João Pedro Carvalho, Julie Gayet, Denis Podalydès, Mathieu Busson, Kevyn Frachon, Marc Bodnar, Fani Kolarova, Alissa Parutenco, Christian Erickson, Gabin Lefebvre, Tania Dessources, Constance Dollé, Frédéric Bocquet, Alix Poisson, Philippe Crespeau, Cédric Zimmerlin,
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Zahid M (fr) wrote: Contrary to the views I liked the movie.
Silver Screen S (br) wrote: Though based on clich (C)s, the film works because of its great actors, funny matchups of different "types" of couples (Ex: the player vs. the 90 day rule), and its interesting way of handling the parallel stages of the relationship.
Constantin P (ca) wrote: one of the scariest movies you will ever see!
Mare Q (au) wrote: Must See for any Strummer fan.
Robert B (us) wrote: GREAT MOVIE TO WATCH ON HALLOWEEN NITE
Joel A (fr) wrote: A simple straightforward thriller about 2 amour guard 's that are held up in an incredibly wet season & the local town plagued by rain. One guard runs off with the cash & the hunt is on.The raining does not stop the whole film it would have been a wet movie to act in. Being entirely truthful it's not the most original film but has a lot of action & the film keeps moving.Features a strong cast its surprise this film just came & went at the movies. It's a fast paced action film that's easy watching.
gary a (kr) wrote: Still a classic to me
Marcus W (es) wrote: There are glimpses of what could have been, but as it is it remains a cautionary tale of what can happen when a studio interferes with production.
Brett H (ag) wrote: A somewhat remake, somewhat meta-sequel to the first film from the 70s that ups the ante and thankfully drops the comedic elements, but it also falls into the trap of being too similar to other slasher films and fails to leave a credible mark. Right off the bat the film establishes that it lives in a modern world, where the movie, The Town That Dreaded Sundown is screened every year in Texarkana and a copycat killer has resurfaced to continue the legacy started 65 years ago. The leap in quality from the original to this film is staggering and we're given a polished, well-directed film that uses long panning takes to its advantage and there is a constant unease that the killer can pop up at any time. The actors range from familiar to brand-new faces and the stand-out is clearly Addison Timlin as the main character, Jami, and more surprisingly character actors like Anthony Anderson and Gary Cole are wasted! As the film goes on it becomes apparent that the killings are near-identical re-enactments of the most famous scenes from the original and it honestly makes me wish this was the only version because the first film can't be more irrelevant now. It's nothing outstanding and the ending "twist" feels borrowed from another popular horror franchise, but it's certainly a rare case where the remake is better than the original and there is a really great jump-scare early on that actually got me!
Nathan N (nl) wrote: A good morality tale - faux spaghetti western. Burt Lancaster is a suprisingly good Mexican. Some of the imagry is a little heavy handed but it's a good movie.
Rick Q (es) wrote: "bunny lake is missing" is a cringe worthy thriller, that takes it's story to a whole new territory for film. the twist at the end, amy take you for a loop and confuse you at first, but it makes perfect sense and was written in a very clever way.
Greg W (gb) wrote: taylor n harlow+woody=awesome
Claire A (jp) wrote: Loved dancing on the ground!
Pter S (de) wrote: Quite liked this movie, and I still like it.