Camp Blood First Slaughter
A group of students on a class assignment travel to the infamous Camp Blood woods in the hopes of debunking a local legend.
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Peter F (fr) wrote: Terrence Malick crashes and burns. To the Wonder is an attempt at making a meditative film on romance, but it comes off more as hokey with its tedious "love" scenes, laughable dialogue, broken narrative, and heavy-handed symbolism. While at times it can be beautiful, the cinematography doesn't even match what he did in Tree of Life, as it comes off as predictable and tame this time around, nor does this film possess the rich thematic material of Malick's previous work. Honestly, there's no point in me even bringing up the performances. A sexless and meaningless would-be art film, that doesn't exactly raise my hopes for Malick's future projects.
Alexander C (nl) wrote: Want to see it! Will have to take into account!
Jesse O (de) wrote: If there's anything good I can say about this film is that it's a good showcase for its immensely talented cast, with the highlight being Ian McShane. The problem is that the story absolutely goes nowhere. I think the script is entertaining enough, there's some funny lines here and there but I don't really feel like I was given much of a reason to keep watching this movie. The story progression simply isn't as strong as it should be considering the fact that the film, really, is all talk. Not that they should've built to a "violent" climax, but parts of the film end up feeling like self-indulgence from the screenwriters. Not to mention, near the end, where the film, for some reason or another, becomes surreal in trying to show Colin's weakening state of mind. It's a good idea in theory, but in execution, the transition to the more surreal shit is very jarring and not particularly effective. Especially since you already know that Colin has been greatly affected by his wife cheating on him, so it felt unnecessary to have the surreal scenes be a part of Colin's personality. Problem with the story is that, as far as tone, it feels exactly the same at the end as it did at the beginning. Ironically, since Meredith makes mention of it in one of his stories, this film shoots its wad way too early. Five minutes after the movie begins, they've already captured the adulterer. Of course the film doesn't build to anything when you rush through at least 30 minutes of storytelling in the first 5 minutes of it. It begins at a certain level tonally, for lack of a better term, and stays there for the entirety of it. It doesn't really build to anything all that satisfying. The film pretty much consists of a bunch of old guys talking in a room about what to do with the adulterer. And while the performances are more than solid, and some of the stories are very entertaining, I just don't think the main story the movie is trying to tell is really that interesting. Still, at least the acting is so strong because I don't know how I would've reacted to the film if the acting had suck. Great acting and some good comedy, the rest of the film leaves a lot to be desired though.
LaQuanda T (nl) wrote: Great movie. Makes you think about what really goes on during war!
Brian K (es) wrote: It's very clever and well made, but the film seems to step outside of its bounds when it includes the magic and the incest. Makes you think "Really? This is a true story? I HIGHLY doubt this".
Raya P (it) wrote: beautiful and scary. once you watch it, you can never forget it... or watch it again for that matter.
Daniel K (ag) wrote: 4: My god what a dark and nihilistic film, but I suppose this is in keeping with the Japanese New Wave, although the other New Wave pictures I'm familiar with usually contain more comedy and more about the evils of America (i.e. Pigs and Battleships). One of the things that struck me most was how difficult it is to reconcile this society with that portrayed in contemporary Japanese cinema, as well as that which I am cursorily familiar with via trips to Tokyo and Okinawa. I suppose part of the problem is that it is focused on yakuza, while my real world experience and the vast majority of my cinematic experience is not. The picture also contains numerous little insights that are deftly revealed, such as that the clothes really can make the man. The emotions are contained, until they practically burst from the screen in the end, or at least it seems that way despite the fact that there is very little visual indication of this. It's all about the intensity in the eyes and the incredible score. It's as if Shinoda knew exactly what type of music, or sometimes sound effects, would most heighten the drama. There were times when I actually thought I was literally listening to the same score as "The Shining," but in the end it simply seemed to be a forerunner that perhaps inspired Kubrick. Like many a masterpiece, I wouldn't have dreamed of giving Pale Flower 4 stars until the final 10 minutes or so, but it wraps up so wonderfully and powerfully that it's hard not be a bit awed. I love that we are essentially given no resolution and no respite from the cold. In the end, everything is in vain and nothing is of any importance. This is about as dark as it gets.
Mary S (it) wrote: I love this movie because it was based on a true event. The main character is very smart and brave. He helped a lot of people survive a bad situation.