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Captive Wild Woman
An insane scientist doing experimentation in glandular research becomes obsessed with transforming a female gorilla into a human...even though it costs human life.
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Rangan R (gb) wrote: It's a men's club or women's, but jobs are done in the same way.It's a woman oriented financial film drama directed by a woman filmmaker. That makes it empowered by women. On the perspective it was my first experience, so I think it could be the only of its kind. It is not as bad as it looks, those who liked financial related films like 'Margin Call', 'The Big Short', 'Glengarry Glen Ross' et cetera would enjoy it as well. This film stayed true to its title, so that's what you are going to expect, but nothing a bit more than that.There are unexpected turns in the narration. Particularly the characters, that too the females. It is about the commitment and trust in the colleagues. No matter what you do, the company always judges you by your result. The pace might look slow, but it gets better in the latter half. The film turned into kind of thriller and ended with a little drag, though satisfying.Anna Gunn was so good and looks like we have here another talented woman director Meera Menon. This film did not get as popular as its counterpart on the same theme, I mean men's Wall Street thriller. But somewhat I liked it and seems a sequel is not a bad idea, after how this story had ended. Finally, this is for the selected viewers, so those who are from the outside of its bandwidth won't end watching it happy, hence the film will lose its rating, but not the quality.6/10
Yu Y (de) wrote: a nice plot and a group of experienced good actors. worth watching.
Joshua D (br) wrote: An extremely admirable attempt to make a modern Giallo film; directors Helene Cattet and Bruno Forzani manage to create countless images and sequences that would not have been out of place in a film from Bava or Argento. However, IMHO, as the film progresses, it begins to lose steam and peter out thanks to its decision to make the film virtually dialogue-free. I'd say a total of 10 lines are spoken in the entire film, and the film becomes a little too dependent on its visual style to carry it through its length. Still, it's heartwarming to see someone showing love for this culty genre.
Lalthlengliana K (us) wrote: Top 5 Best Indian movie seyz Me..... I give a 4.5..........
Sylvester K (ag) wrote: There's no sign of intellectual life here. Rebound is a petty little rip off of the screwball genre.
Heather M (us) wrote: Aside from any other complaints, you'll never make me believe that Anne Archer is actually old enough to be Courtney Cox's mother.
Chen Y (kr) wrote: Really engaging & ear-opening documentary!
Jason D (fr) wrote: The Dorm That Dripped Blood (though also known as the not so original titles Pranks and Death Dorm) is one of those lost, low budget slashers from the early 80's as the Slasher Horror boom was starting to take off big time. The story is about a small group of students to stay behind at the end of the semester to close down a dorm, but it looks like a few other people have stayed behind too, including a killer. Is the killer the creepy guy who lives in the nearby woods, or the womanizing creep who stays out late at night, or is it one of the fellow students? The plot, story, and acting is nothing to write home about, but its made up with some decent (and bloody) kills. In fact, methinks the MPAA were out to lunch when this bad boy came through since, while superior slashers like The Burning and My Bloody Valentine suffered harsh censorship, The Dorm That Dripped Blood seems to have kept all of its blood intact. I'm always creeped out a little when people are brutally killed when their asleep/unconscious and completely unaware of what's happening to them, and that happens twice in this film. Also, kudos to the filmmakers for having one of the more bleaker endings to come out of that time period. The cast is relatively made up of unknowns, save for Daphne Zuniga, who has a small role in this film, but went on to do some more notable stuff, like Princess Vespa in Spaceballs, Toxic Avenger 2, and I believe she's on One Tree Hill these days. Overall, better than I expected it to be, but pales in comparison to the top slashers out there.
Simon D (de) wrote: "Redemption" is the true story of Stan "Tookie" Williams, founder of the Crips L.A. street gang. Played by Jamie Foxx, the story is about Williams' life as a gang leader, his prison term and his passion for writing, his work writing children's novels preaching peace and anti-violence resolutions which earned him Nobel Peace Prize nominations. Tookie loses all forms of appeal and was executed by lethal injection at the Californian San Quentin State Prison in December 2005. I had a quick look at Tookie's life story on Wikipedia and there is a lot to talk about. The film does him justice and Foxx plays the character well. The interest in the film was how he got round to writing and getting published. This was thanks to reporter Barbara Becnel who visited him at San Quentin for her own book and then she committed herself to helping him get his works published. Lynn Whitfield plays Becnel who has good chemistry with Foxx on screen. I guess this fictitious emotional play between the lead characters was the motor of the film. Redemption is an average attempt at the gangster-turned-good film but being a TV film, it lacks the flowing camera play and mise en scene. Foxx's presence is the main reason why I watched the film last night. Overall it lacked directing command, punch and 90 minutes is not enought time to trace a bloke's life - so I had the impression the film never really got below the surface of things. I did keep on thinking to myself that if this film had a bigger budget and was made for the widescreen, then Denzel Washington would have played the part. Hang on, he already has more or less played that part - Rubin "Hurricane" Carter in the Hurricane made in 1999.
Orlok W (ag) wrote: A wintry tale that is guaranteed to give you the shivers--Old-Fashioned Thriller!!
Steve G (kr) wrote: very solid, as I recall.
Alex K (ag) wrote: My Favorite Film Is 1941's Citizen Kane.