Emma is an attractive girl in her 20s who has been blind for 20 years. A new type of eye operation partially restores her sight, but she is having problems: sometimes she doesn't "remember" what she's seen until later. One night she is awakened by a commotion upstairs. Peering out of her door, she sees a shadowy figure descending the stairs. Convinced that her neighbour has been murdered she approaches the police, only to find that she is unsure if it was just her new eyes playing tricks on her.

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Paul D (mx) wrote: This was impressive. It might not be for everyone, but I really love stories of redemption. Especially when it is the end of the world. It's a small film, but it got to me. Worth watching if you can handle it.

Andrew M (kr) wrote: In a fun homage to horror movies of old, ParaNorman is beautifully animated, as well as boasting an impressive voice cast, but is unfortunately inconsistent in delivering both its narrative and its jokes.

Jared L (gb) wrote: Despite what a lot of people said, this movie was funny. Certainly not as memorable as it's predecessor but holds a couple good laughs.

Jrmie A (it) wrote: Great Direction, great performance from Cruise.

Max A (ru) wrote: Jason P was actually good in this and the film was actually pretty cool. I mean, the recipe for failure is here - it's just good though.

Vixen (es) wrote: Nice and mellow, great colours.

Josephine W (au) wrote: Beautiful, Stunning, Beyond words!

Josh K (us) wrote: [b]Flesh[/b], a film from the Andy Warhol stable, is utter garbage. Shot on an ultra-low budget and featuring Warhol favourite Joe Dallesandro as a male escort, the film follows Joe as he walks the streets looking to make a quick buck to pay for his wife?s girlfriend?s abortion (got that?). Basically Dallesandro naked a lot (the film opens with him naked on a bed, the camera looking at him from behind, his balls spilling out from beneath him) and inane dialogue that appears (and did I read elsewhere?) to be improvised ? if it [i]was[/i] scripted, the writer should?ve been shunned forever, anyway. The sight of Dallesandro naked for almost ninety minutes in a variety of poses eventually wears thin and the almost non-existent plot makes for mind-numbing viewing.

Leo A (ag) wrote: The movie is filled with musical numbers that do not stick, some of the lyrics are just plain terrible, not to mention the signing. The acting is also not that great, watched it for the first time and was not impressed.

Scott R (es) wrote: Enjoyable despite lacking motivations.

Matt H (br) wrote: One of the most disgusting characterchers of Atheists in modern film history

Kevin H (jp) wrote: A unifromly awful cast, slipshod directing, and mindless propaganda ruin what could have made a decent story. And Walter Brennan as a Czech history professor? No thank you.

Rameshwar I (it) wrote: Having never actually seen the great man from behind the camera, I will just have to go with some guess work. Anthony Hopkins was strictly average and at times the make up didn't quite please me. Having never been an ardent fan of the renowned masterpiece 'Psycho', making of it felt a bit engaging initially. Even more so, I quite enjoyed the shower scene here more than the original itself with Scarlett Johansson making a strong appeal for a scream movie (not that she wants to). The babbles between Mr. & Mrs. Hitchcock was tiresome after a point. Hitchcock (Anthony Hopkins) has just filmed and released 'North by North West' thus re-establishing him as the master of the genre. When the whole world is watching what Hitchcock would do next, he announces a horror movie about a perversive murderous psychopath and when a young woman crosses his path. Against everybody's vociferous repulsion including his wife Alma (Helen Mirren) initially and no studio backing, the stubborn director makes a movie that the world reels in terror becoming one of his biggest accomplishments. Hopkins gets it right to an extent as the repulsive, authoritative and tyrannic man. However as the moments pass with obvious emotional sequences go untapped, it more becomes a '60s tabloid feature. Helen Mirren gets a lot of unnecessary screentime and ends up deviating from any other interesting elements that the writers could have bundled. The sound mixing was good in parts and some supporting performances especially Johansson's was particularly good. It feels disappointingly long even with its short runtime and a little undercooked at times. Having never been a fan of Hitchcock's renowned handling of climax, this one came as a surprise to be so flat and to be honest disrespectful of the man. Not particularly a solid tribute but sure brings some interesting moments

Greg W (au) wrote: creepy good but not that scary