A group of tourists become stranded on an uninhabited island where they are stalked by an insane, violent, and grotesque killer that slaughtered the town's former residents.

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Phil H (kr) wrote: The man, the legend, is back! Yes for all 'The Office' fans (possibly both from the US as well as the UK) this could be the greatest news ever, maybe the greatest film no going too far. Good old controversial Ricky Gervais is back doing what he does best in his monumental creation...being controversial. For those in the know (should be everyone) that will be music to your ears, for those not in the know or simply not a fan, you probably should just pass this by, unless intrigued.So as I'm sure most will know (ahem! see what I said above), this movie is based on the smash hit satirical UK comedy series 'The Office'. The show is a mockumentary that focuses on the employees of a small fictitious paper company based in Slough, UK. The idea is quite simply, a TV camera crew is making a documentary about this small firm, filming the day to day goings on and how the company operates. What is captured is actually the cringeworthy, embarrassing, facepalming shenanigans of the companies general manager of this particular branch, Mr David Brent. While most of the companies employees try to do their work, Brent mugs, shows-off and generally attempts to make himself look good or cool for the cameras. What we see is a hideous display of generally offensive behaviour that Brent regularly doles out to all, but for the most part, blissfully unaware of what he's actually doing (and the damage).This fantastic TV show was short lived with two series (go out on a high, take note America) and an hour long Christmas special. The show was also taken on and remade in the US (no shit). After a rocky start the US equivalent finally got going and ended up being pretty good too, if completely milked dry of laughs and ideas by the end. This movie follows on from where the UK series and Xmas special left off. Following Brent after he was sacked from Wernham Hogg, his short lived career as a travelling sales rep, and his even shorter lived career attempt at fame and fortune.Brent is now a sales rep for a bathroom company called Lavichem. He is desperate to try his hand at a music career again so he decides to take a month unpaid leave to follow his dream. The movie kicks off on familiar ground with a similar set up that we saw from the original series. Brent is back in an office and acting the tit, generally unawares. Most of his fellow work colleges find him obnoxious, one or two seem to like him but keep it to themselves, and Brent has yet another sidekick to play off. So essentially its back to what you know, basically recreating it, a remake of sorts. Does it work? hmmm no not really. When the film starts and you see these familiar sights it does excite you no doubt (if you'r a fan). But as quick as it excites you, it disappoints you with flat unfunny dialog. Most of the office characters are pretty much the same types we got in the original show and Brent's sidekick is really quite annoying, but for real this time.So the film doesn't really start off well if you ask me, but luckily we're not spending too much time in this office as Brent is off rampaging with his quest. We meet his so called rapper friend, a mixed race man...who raps, and watch as he hires a crew of musicians and tech guys. Basically none of them are really interested but Brent foolishly offers them good money thinking his success is a foregone conclusion, ironically the name of new band. And thus the tour begins! A tour of venues across Berkshire.For the most part we follow the band as they travel from gig to gig, obviously. We see them at their hotels, practising, setting up for gigs, after gigs, talkin' bout money deals, having drinks in the hotel bars, jammin' and generally having a bit of a laugh. Then we see Brent tagging along behind (see what I did there? huh? huh??), trying to get in with the guys, trying to be liked, trying to be accepted, trying to be the cool lead singer of a band and generally playing up and showing off to the camera. So nothing to new then to be honest. The amusing part of all this, is the fact that Brent's the person who set up this whole series of events, he created the band, he's paying the wages, its his baby. But he's treated like a fifth wheel, as if he's part of the clean up crew or something. The other band members are only there for the money and to bum around while Brent sees this as a genuine push for glory. Heck Brent even ends up paying them to sit and have a drink with him after gigs!To make matters even worse for Brent is the fact that his 'best friend' the rapper is actually a very gifted rapper. The guy has skills and could go places, maybe Brent could manage his career? Maybe they could work on a double act? But naturally when Brent discovers this his jealousy gets the better of him. Cue an obvious scene where Brent is looking pissed into the camera as he finds out his best mate is really good, better than him, and is going down a storm at a gig just after he's performed. As the disastrous tour continues Brent ends up shelling out more and more to promote his band. It all comes to a point where even his crew see his floundering into ruination and tell him to stop. Spoiler alert but everything doesn't really work out for poor old David and he ends up going back to his sales rep job without a record deal. But luckily one of the staff members that kinda secretly liked him comes out and shows it (a lady). So once again David manages to end up with a shoulder to cry on and possibly (this time?) a long term partner.So in the end is this any good or as good as the classic original series? Its a firm no from me I'm afraid, not even close. The main brutally obvious, slapping you in the face problem here is the simple fact that this movie just isn't very funny. Sure there are tonnes of gags, visual gags, the usual crushing satire, innuendos etc...but most of it falls flat every time. Obviously there are some good chuckles in there, Brent trying to get a tattoo is good (probably the best), seeing him hook up with some middle aged ladies out on the razz is another...I'm straining here. You can see what they're going for but its just not very funny, extremely basic humour at best. What's worse is you can see it all coming a mile off, there are no real belly laughs, no surprises, no cringeworthy shocks, or any shocks, and no real emotions to get you going. Sure you feel sorry for Brent towards the end, I really felt myself wanting this guy to win for once, but its all so tame and predictable. The ending is so painfully soft and forgettable.I guess in the end I have to ask, why exactly would a film crew still be following David Brent around? In what world would any production company think that it would bring in good viewing figures to show this universally unlikable guy doing more of what everyone seems to hate him for. I guess you could say morbid curiosity, but at this point in this fictitious world Brent is literally someone who had fifteen minutes of fame, over fifteen years ago on a documentary, and now he's a complete nobody. The original production was a moment in time that worked, but now the whole idea would seem an odd decision. A bit out of time or too late in the day. A bit like this movie really.

Jim H (ru) wrote: The story is just decent, but the acting is great and the gritty atmosphere makes the movie.

Wade T (us) wrote: I've heard it's not any good, but I loved the other two.

Eric L (au) wrote: Somewhat engrossing fictional tale about the impact of the 2004 tsunami.

IVRt (br) wrote: poor quality.. no wheres near good acting... the lighting waz just awful... u can tell it waz a very low budget film.. the storyline had a bit of a chance... but .. because of the low budget.. it was just a mess... thank god I only rented this film... but one good thing.. a face known around the horror industury....." Sid Haig " or better known as " CAPTAIN SPAULDING " ( H use of 1000 corpses & The Devils Rejects )

Ingela A (gb) wrote: This movie is a fine tragedy carefully told in the context of 16th century India. It portrays a woman's plight in that time, marry or be a courtesan in a harem. The movie also contains moral lessons. Maia misuses her sexuality to her own detriment. The princess, could not buy happiness. The sculptor rejects Maia's love out of fear for loss of his independence, then gets paid back in kind. Definitely a tale of love but also about friendship and power.

Richard T (de) wrote: Silly, but a lot of fun.

Patrick W (nl) wrote: Interesting blend of religion and science fiction. The crew of the Enterprise meets a Vulcan known as Sybock who claims he knows where Heaven is and plays more of the role of a religious cult leader. The performance by DeForest Kelley is one of his best and even William Shatner has a few moments where talent strongly peeks through but still doesn't save this film.

Dave H (de) wrote: The Expendables, 70s war movie style. And it's quite a unit: Quint, Han Solo, the Jackal, Apollo Creed, Agent XXX. But an all-star cast and an old date do not a classic make. This might have the cast and the budget, but lacks some of the vitality and intricacy and frantic pacing of McLean's novel from which (unlike it's better predecessor - Guns) it sacrifices a little too much for the sake of including the American flavours of the moment.Casting is delightfully ad-hoc. Mallory - in the books a Kiwi - was played by a Yank in Guns and is played by a Pommy here. Miller in the books was a Polish American yet portrayed by dapper British gents in both films: and actually Edward Fox here is just as much fun as Guns' David Niven - probably the best casting overall. Shaw's cackling interpretation of Mallory is far cry from Greg Peck's ice cool deep voiced hero, but he's ok.In fact the film - despite (or perhaps because of) the bonkers casting overall kinda works out ok - as long as you don't expect any fealty to the original novels or the first film - quite ironic considering McLean wrote the Force 10 novel as a sequel to the Guns MOVIE rather than book, so pleased he was with the film (and its profits) - only to have this adaptation totally butcher most of his hard work.Yet the story is still occasionally rousing or tense, the locations nicely unique, and it's great to see an early version of the Raiders scene where Ford dresses as a Nazi and fakes a German accent. Not to mention Richard Kiel's hilarious white-toothed "C'mon, Blackie!"Force 10 ain't the film it might have been considering the source, and considering the two leads here were the biggest stars of the two best movies of the 70s. Yet its nice Sunday afternoon escapism, and might help with that obscure trivia question: "Name two movies featuring Richard Kiel and Barbara Bach."

Robert S (nl) wrote: It's history may be fuzzy, but it's an entertaining film. Cool to see Ronald Reagan in one of his earliest roles, Van Heflin plays a great bad guy as usual, and Errol Flynn is great, but Raymond Massey really sells the villain. It's his performance that makes the film.

Robaire (nl) wrote: This has got to be the funniest and heart-warming films of it's genre and era. Wallace Beery and Marie Dressler gives a tour de force performance of White Trash Star-Crossed Lovers making a decision about the future of Nancy. The fight scene between Min & Bill alone is worth watching this classic....

John B (kr) wrote: When Kelly Reichardt hits it, she really hits it with great personal tales and nuanced performances. When she doesn't, you get nuanced boredom. Like Meek's Cutoff, this one falls into the latter category.

Mallory A (nl) wrote: a movie too amused by its own quirky and cartoony elements to amount to much.

Andy T (es) wrote: Even though it is inconsistent in pacing and a better effort could have been done to trim the film down, the second half's faster pace and Rachel Weisz's captivating performance dominated and powered the film to deliver its message about the horrifying subject matter.