Interviews with the public are used to put words in animal mouths, in the Oscar-winning film from the creator of Wallace and Gromit.
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Marco F (es) wrote: As grim and as ugly as this movie is, it is fascinating to see these characters the way they are and live the way they do.
Gregg S (de) wrote: The previews look interesting. This will be a good nooner movie.
Jim F (fr) wrote: At 1st i wasnt sure if i could handle watching 5 adolesent type lads giving it the large. But as they progressed they became more humble and definitely became more likeable and deep as human beings. With some interesting twists, all 5 had their states of mind clearly portrayed even though they had split. Good on em all
Erin C (br) wrote: OMG, Hotel Transylvania gets a 82% by greatest one certified fresh
Al M (br) wrote: Somewhere between body horror, slasher films, and cyperpunk, there exists Machined, a film about an obsessed fan of serial killers that mechanically alters someone to become the perfect man-machine serial killer. What ensues is a low-budget slasher free-for-all that isn't ever as great or interesting as its premise could have perhaps led to. Still, Machined is a seedy, reasonably entertaining little slasher film that at least manages to somewhat develop an original premise.
Faisal F (ca) wrote: so funny.. ritesh was really good.
Arash B (au) wrote: Todd Solondz's strangest & imo weakest film
Pacealoiu M (gb) wrote: hy im mario and im lok for ship relasio 23 m nice from romania
Vinnie G (ag) wrote: His family suddenly - and brutally - encounters an unimaginable horror. He turns to the Police but receives apathy and procrastination for his efforts; this breaks him.The Hunter is set against the backdrop of the Iranian elections in 2009 and in a way the protagonist represents the change many Iranians were perhaps hoping for. Whilst The Hunter isn't necessarily a political film per s,politics is present within its DNA and motivates the story to become an allegory, of sorts, to political change; how people - flawed, miserable, frustrated people - go to work every day and find a way to care about something beyond themselves, despite themselves. When pushed to the point where one seemingly has nowhere to go and nothing to lose, is there an argument to push back and to what end?
Stephen C (ru) wrote: Its fair to say that parts of this thriller haven't aged as well as other parts of it have, the biggest problem is all the accents are either clipped precise English or Lord Luv a Duck cockneys which can be quite grating at times.But that quibble aside The Boulting Brothers give us a tense and exciting thriller which will keep you hooked until the very end.Barry Jones plays the overworked Prof Willingdon who decides on a drastic course of action to end what he sees as a futile arms race.He steals a small atomic device and threatens to destroy London unless his demands are met.What follows is an exciting Manhunt as the net closes around Willingdon and London becomes an evacuated and empty ghost town.The film evokes its period very well indeed and although some of the acting is on the Wooden side Barry Jones as Willingdon and Andre Morrell as the Policeman on his trail keep the film afloat with outsanding performances.A real British classic this film despite some flaws still stands up today.
Magalie W (gb) wrote: Superbe. Et cette affiche !
John B (kr) wrote: One of the most underappreciated films Foreign Correspondent has great action, acting and a compelling plot. One of the best early spy films.
Jim A (fr) wrote: This film is a travesty. It is an insult to the memory of the people who died fighting the Germans. That it is so highly rated appalls me. It makes Hogan's Heroes look like Citizen Kane. Yech.
Jim H (ru) wrote: A "ladies man," who, despite his claims, routinely "fails" with the ladies, instructs his nephew in the ways of meeting women.This film is truly fantastic, with some witty, sharp dialogue, but its freeze-frame ending, which I won't give away, isn't satisfactory. I really like the idea of Roger's character: it is sharply written by Dylan Kidd, and Campbell Scott plays the oblivious yet confident player to perfection. Jesse Eisenberg is also wonderfully honest and charming as his protege.Overall, I was ready to give this film five stars until the ending, which might appeal to some, but I'm saying too much when I note that there isn't enough change or struggle not to change in a character.
Anthony I (ag) wrote: Has moments of genuine sweetness and gross-out hilarity. Not a bad vehicle for Jay Baruchel, who is undoubtably funnier than the material provided for him.
Russ B (ru) wrote: 4/15/2012: pretty bad.