Attack of the Puppet People
A deranged scientist creates a ray that can shrink people down to doll size.
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Andrew K (fr) wrote: A great idea and a few genuinely haunting moments are undone by the shaky cam theatrics and the multitude of non haunted house moments involving the idiot and unlikable main cast.
ScubaSteve Walter M (mx) wrote: It's rare for Philippine cinema to have this kind of stories, dark and brutal. Salvaging has always been out there but somehow Filipinos tend to overlook this horrible crimes. On another note, it is like 'training day' on a different kind. I didn't like the rookie as a cliche protagonist of the film. As well as the dragging scenes. This could just be a short film for all its worth.
Grace A (jp) wrote: This film had really good insight from the young people that have to deal with the madness and violence on a daily basis. Palestinians are using hip hop as an outlet for their frustrations and a way to spread their message to their community to the rest of the world.
Jessie V (ag) wrote: kind of ridiculous, but it managed to keep me interested. i think i decided i was going to watch the whole thing when i realized the shirtless guy with the mullet wasn't an example of what the band would be dressed like.
ciara C (kr) wrote: it looks like a really good movie
Sondre L (it) wrote: Ganske kjedelig action-aktig film med noen interessante elementer.
Oscar D (nl) wrote: Thoroughly entertaining action flickr playing on Burt Reynolds charisma
George M (ag) wrote: To watch Les Enfants du Paradis is as great an experience as the cinema can provide. It is not so innovative in terms of direction (though it's excellently directed by Marcel Carne) as it is brilliantly written by poet Jaques Prevert and magnificently acted by the actors. Although the narrative is straightforward and linear at its heart, the film gives the feeling of a whole world that is living and breathing. That is achieved through the many diffirent characters and also the great number of small details and distractions that make this wide tapestry alive (like the small episode between Frederick and the lady that owns the inn or the trio of the academic writers). The actors are terrific! Some of them are strange choices considering the script alone, like Arletty. She isn't exactly beautiful, although she plays the 'great beauty', but you believe she is exactly that as she envelops her character with an aura of dignity that transforms everything to beauty. She acts with a strange maturity at times which is in great contrast with Jean-Luis Barrault character (who seems more child-like, fragile and fiery). But this strange contrast works in favour of the film in the end as it gives more subtext to their relation. Pierre Brasseur and Marcel Herrand are equally, if not more, brilliant than the rest. The characters are superbly written and each one has a certain outlook to life which is diffirent and distinct from the others. However, all of them meet at the cross-roads of Art. Their lives and their art become interwined. The writer/criminal 'writes' his farce/tragedy when he kills the count, Babtist's performances reflect his love for Garance (both inside and outside of the performance), Fredric the actor always 'plays' with pomp and humor in real life (he even falls in love this way and calls Garance 'Desdemona') while brings the 'real life' on stage (when performing the academic trio's play). Even Jericho 'plays' his role as he announces his approaching with a musical instrument (a biblical joke). All of them suffer and come face to face with the absurdity of life (let us not forget how Carne/Prevert are famous for their existential 'poetic realism' aesthetic). This is surely the best film that shows the blurred lines between art and life (if we don't consider that other excellent film, The Red Shoes). This is probably one of the most beautiful, rich and emotionally powerful film experiences in the whole history of cinema. Funny, sad, melancholic, hilarious, heartbreaking - a farce, a comedy and a tragedy all in one exactly in the spirit of its hero Lacenaire's plays (surely one of the best consciously 'bad' guys in fiction).Totally recommended!
Tim W (ag) wrote: Good ol' Marx Bro's, always fun, even if many of the jokes were very cheezy and the storyline sucked. Even a not so great Marx Bro movie is better than any modern comedies.
Allan C (nl) wrote: The second film version of the Leopold and Loeb thrill-kill murder case. Alfred Hitchcock's "Rope" was the first and the best and the third film version was Tom Kalin's "Swoon". This version was directed by Richard Fleischer and stars Orson Welles as the Clarence Darrow figure defending the boys, played by Dean Stockwell and Bradford Dillman. E.G. Marshall is also fine as the prosecuting district attorney.
Keenan S (us) wrote: While I prefer Dirty Harry slightly, this sequel is almost as good as the original classic. Everything that I loved about Dirty Harry was present in this ass-kicking sequel: great acting, hilarious humor, a well-written plot, and kick-ass action scenes that were never once boring. Like I said, it's not as good as its predecessor, it's still a damn fine that is worthy of being called a sequel. However, it clearly needs more love and attention since it seems so few people have seen it. If you love a good action film, you must see this one too.
Jameson W (ag) wrote: Only saw the second part of this, but each of the leading ladies did a great job and the story and writing was solid. I hope to watch this all the way through one day.