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Mark W (jp) wrote: The biggest downside to Bereavement much like Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Beginning, is you kinda knew how everything was going to pan out. Non the less, I found this to be an engaging and well thought through horror movie! Malevolence has the slight edge, in my opinion, as its the more slasher based, however this is definitely a well done prequel.
Martin H (nl) wrote: Strong thriller starring Samuel L Jackson. Very underrated.
Ally W (nl) wrote: would be better if they finished out the series and didn't leave us hanging
Amanda W (mx) wrote: Different/Weird/Kinda Boring/Didn't Really Like...
Sami Q (gb) wrote: I like the son Der Se Hua Par Pyar To Hua Re. i like Reema Sen too. but i cant stand Fardeen Khan. IN ANY ROLE!
Telisha P (it) wrote: awsome movie really gives an insight to how life is in da hood in america
Yu Z (au) wrote: Oh! Wow... Chicken legs, Hamberger,Mum... Yummy ! So funny.
Amanda B (it) wrote: Although the movie is a little dramatized for my taste, it is pretty accurate in what the abuser does and acts like.
Lori S (ag) wrote: Violent and bloody, scared me.
L J (ag) wrote: "No bones?!?" Minor science fiction from a minor production company (Planet Films never were much of a threat to Hammer). I think the "Island" of the title must be Craggy Island (everyone's Irish and the inn serves only Guinness). The Silicates look pretty good at a distance - if you squint - but close up, they're quite ...paper-mache (the bit where one of them jumps on a guy from a tree branch is a hoot). The character played by Carole Gray (of Curse Of The Fly) isn't exactly a strong female (more of a whinging bastard, actually); her 'romance' (she's a really crap screen kisser - about as passionate as kissing a brick wall ...or a Blarney Stone, perhaps) with Edward Judd seems totally inappropriate, thank you (or at least crowbarred in). Cushing's usual grounded performance gives the whole thing a respectability it probably doesn't deserve. But hey - Peter Cushing? Terence Fisher? Need I say more? "No" is the answer.
Germanico L (kr) wrote: One of the coolest film ever!
Calum R (us) wrote: Prior to watching this film, I really wanted to like it, as a huge fan of Irritu's previous and modern works, I went in with high hopes, but was ultimately let down. Critically the film seems to be a hit-and-miss film, some love it, some don't, and whilst I completely respect the intricate and poignant character study that infuses the film's plot, the first two hours of the film just made for a somewhat tedious tale, trying a little too hard to connect all these stories. In my opinion the sub-plot set in Japan was completely unnecessary and wasn't needed in conjunction with the other three plots in Morocco and Mexico / America, with that removed it would have made for a much more fluid script and a movie that didn't drag out. The flaws aside, the performances are fantastic, the direction is flawless and the film has a truly gritty and realistic feel to it, and the final 20 minutes when all the stories wrap up, make for an intriguing finale, but the first couple hours just dragged on a little too long and did nothing to make me become immersed within the movie. Worth a watch, but in comparison to Irritu's other works, 'Babel' is subpar.
Anneke R (es) wrote: One of my favorite movies to watch during the Christmas season. The antics of The Griswold family are hilarious!!
Chester K (mx) wrote: This movie is interesting, and I think it is put together pretty well. There are a lot of different things that go on in this movie that eventually all ties in together and it is a pretty good thriller. Just be ready to be really confused during the first part of the movie.
Elgan D (it) wrote: Given the hard hitting subject matter broached in this picture it is very hard to reconcile its almost comedic tone and support characters. Nowhere near either leads best work