Beware the Moon: Remembering 'An American Werewolf in London'
Twenty five years on, the original cast and crew look back on the John Landis classic, An American Werewolf In London.
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Jared H (jp) wrote: #hilarious. #excellent. #hot. #loved it
Grant K (fr) wrote: A half-decent, serviceable heist thriller in the vein of the Rat Pack rises above convention via interesting cinematography and an absolutely superb cast. Pure entertainment.
Barbara H (us) wrote: She lived in time working towards real goals and achievements, He lived in the present moment where he was in love, engulfed in her. He kept wanting that same peak of loves's mating call. He drank to keep that feeling. Her need was stability and strength. His need was to find and lose his self in her It was very sad.
Ariel V (fr) wrote: Un poco floja ! La historia es buena pero le falta un poco de accion. El problema es que el protagonista es muy mal actor. Como dato, es el primer agente encubierto que vive en su propia casa, va a la oficina y para mi gusto es un poco sensible. El final es bueno, un poco trillado pero bueno.
Sparky J (mx) wrote: Okay okay so this movie is not going to teach you anything you don't already know, it has no fireballs or car chases and most everyone keeps their clothes with one exception, so why should you watch it? Actually for me when I realized it had none of that, that's exactly why I wanted to watch it! It's a daft rom-com that makes you smile and chuckle in spite of yourself. Some damn witty humour and a predictable but warm fuzzy ending. You probably won't be comparing it to any of the epics any time soon but you won't be gagging on lame slapstick comedy or wishy washy over done lines either. So watch it, enjoy it, forget about it, watch it in a few years time again, enjoy it, forget about it....
Ethan B (gb) wrote: There are a lot of experiences that young men should have growing up. Being exposed to the barbershop culture is one of them. I loved going to get my haircut when I was a teenager. Not just because I felt rejuvenated with my fresh cut, but because I enjoyed the banter, the stories, and even the superfluous arguments. It's something I still look forward to when I go get a trim. And it's captured perfectly in this 2002 Ice Cube comedy.The story isn't anything too intricate. It surrounds Cube's character, Calvin, trying to decide whether or not he should sell the barbershop passed on to him by his late father. But most of the film is spent filling us in on the happenings of the employees and patrons of the shop, and their own stories. By far the most interesting part, we get a great sense of who these people are and what makes them tick. We feel like we're right there in the shop with them.It has its fair share of broad comedy, but there aren't a lot of moments of subtle humor. Which is okay, since it does the former so well. While it's rarely hysterical, you can definitely appreciate the repartee. In fact, most of the highlights don't come from the barbershop at all, but from Anthony Anderson and Lahmard Tate's characters stealing and attempting to open an ATM machine. This subplot goes on throughout the entire film. With an impressive cast and an even more impressive Ice Cube, the beauty of this film is in its characters. They're not all likable, but you get to know them well enough to understand them. It's deceptively deep.Ultimately, Barbershop turns a very simple premise into something much bigger and more meaningful. And it does it without ever feeling like it's being stretched too thin. Although it's not perfect, it's perhaps one of the most accurate portrayals of a culture so beloved by American males. Twizard Rating: 84
Max M (jp) wrote: who all remembers the good old times before they were adults the high school was enjoyable but this is still good in a way before american wedding was out but enjoyable kind of like a usually what could happen in a usual vegas wedding with a bunch of people we all remember when they were teenagers but are adults which more likely the high school popular couple SPOILER alert gets married but this was ok not the best the high school saved by the bell was better than this thats for sure
Eric F (mx) wrote: Disappointed, expected a lot more story with all the high ratingsGreat visual effects but weak storyline and what lesson do you learn?No one sticks to their true principlesPure fantasy
Barry B (kr) wrote: I was on that set... Catherine Bach was a Bitch.
Marj D (fr) wrote: I watched this again for the first time in years and still love it! To be fair if I had watched it for the first time it may only have got about 3 stars but this was part of my youth and still makes me giggle. "Who is this barbarian?" "I'm a Tasmanian." Gets me every time xoD
Greg W (gb) wrote: good rom-com seventies style
Tommy G (ag) wrote: A true lasting epic, film making at its best
Cheryl W (kr) wrote: Gives a hint of what Anton Yelchin would contribute to film, from Terminator to Star Trek and other acclaimed films. This is the movie where I first really noticed him as an outstanding actor. Actually, all of the acting is great.
Ryan S (us) wrote: Probably the darkest Bond film. Dalton is excellent in the role. The first half of the movie is incredible, then it looses some steam, but it picks right back up again for an exciting conclusion.