Agatha Christie's 'Ten Little Indians'
Ten people are invited to a luxury mountaintop mansion, only to find that an unseen person is killing them one by one. Could one of them be the killer?
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Ramon L (jp) wrote: Good film, made me laugh, made me cry quiet tears, made me think, very poignant.
Leah F (mx) wrote: As a kid's movie, it's actually really cute. I watched it with my 5 year old nephew because it's his all-time favorite. Jokes are juvenile, but funny. Characters are likeable, interesting and well-developed. Plot is simple and not particularly original, but it's coherent and well-paced and keeps you invested. It's not what it was marketed as, but it's a good kids movie that kept me interested until the end.
Rj B (fr) wrote: Oh my word the ending gave me goosebumps. My favourite Indie film ever and one of favourite films ever
Jason E (kr) wrote: I have seen worse. It's a story about rediscovery, breaking barriers, and finding compromise. And, there's no real villain. All sides of the conflict are understandable. My favorite part is the scenery. That's one thing the Tinker Bell movies always do right, they always go above and beyond with the set design. Sure, the resolution didn't make much sense, and Periwinkle's existence raises a few questions, but for what it is, I'm glad I saw it.
Drew B (ag) wrote: 48 Angels is roughly about Seamus (shamus for the non-Irish among us) hopping into a boat on a mission to meet God before God comes for him. along his sailing he meets some colorful folks who he involves himself with. I anticipated something about religion and God and Christ and that ilk, but this had as much to do with those as it did with baking recipes for the blind. What it did instead was turn the audience into the little kid and had him tag along as we followed a rogue IRA soldier try to get his fellow members back into the whole murder of women and children thang, as well as the 15 yr old who has no idea what he's doing in life and so puppy dog follows the IRA rogue. Not thrilling.Beyond all that, the acting was sub par. I never thought he'd shoot the dude, and I didn't get what half the cast was doing in this film. However, Gracie, who was in the movie for maybe 5 minutes, was my favorite character. She was about the only believable character in the whole hour and a half. So yeah, more words for this review than just about any other. That's because I think you should go see this movie for the sheer fact that I hope it will drum up support for the importation of future Irish films. This is the bullet we need to take for that dream to come true though.
Brynn H (us) wrote: this was pretty good! I wasnt really expecting to like it though...
Garrett E (it) wrote: Law of Desire is by no means Almodovar's masterpiece, but it is well done (and sexy) nonetheless.
Sheppard S (br) wrote: Saw this while in the Air Force. Think I was probably tipsy when I saw it, but I remember this being a different cowboy movie. Very good Bronson movie.
Richard G (au) wrote: Topically...a great film that looks far into the future...
Georgios L (es) wrote: Beautiful, entertaining, life-affirming.Guaranteed to put you in a good mood. I bet this is one of Kusturica's favourite films.
Karsh D (kr) wrote: Deeply disappointing sci fi horror as an unseen force starts picking off the small group of astronauts