Ned Harris is a fifty-something everyman. Doting father. Loyal colleague. Compassionate landlord. Serial killer. Beneath the seemingly normal surface resides a web of warped sensibilities, spontaneous brutality and cold-blooded murder. A psychiatrist would probably blame Ned's peculiar childhood, but what's Paul's excuse? Paul James is Ned's long-standing tenant - callous and calculating, with voyeuristic tendencies and a bizarre sense of humour. So when Kate and Jason, a young couple with problems of their own, move into Ned's building, they prove to be the catalyst for a shocking turn of events. It's not long before Ned's rapidly unravelling life spirals completely out of control, as we race towards a deadly conclusion. The story culminates in a final showdown between Ned and Paul, where they are forced to confront their demons and reveal their darkest secret. Dark Rage is a twisted journey into a deeply disturbed mind. Not for the faint-hearted!
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Erika K (es) wrote: A actual kids movie for kids! Much appreciated by the youngstersWatch Josephine Bornebusch pull out a Charlize Theron ;)
Jill K (kr) wrote: I hate it when I find the psycho killer in a movie attractive. Not a bad flick. Some good acting from all of the girls. Pretty suspenseful little survival tale. And just another reason why you'll never catch me camping.
Alison M (fr) wrote: I gave this movie 4,5 cuz it ends very strange
Bryan S (au) wrote: Love this documentary! Bob Marley fans should be satisfied.
RA L (br) wrote: LETTERBOX. Magnfica exploracin espiritual desde y hacia lo mundano. Su riguroso equilibrio entre lo minimalista y lo potico es una cosa cabrona. / Magnificent spiritual exploration from and to the mundane. Its rigorous balance between minimalist and poetic is fucking awesome.
Oscar T (it) wrote: Acertada fotografa a blanco y negro que transmite el tono depresivo y oscuro que siempre rodeo a la mtica banda Joy Division y su vocalista Ian Curtis. Control narra el nacimiento, reconocimiento y la prematura muerte de una de las mayores influencias de la escena musicales de los aos 70.
RayNormanBateman (gb) wrote: This is a terrible film in all sorts of ways. A lot of it just does not make sense from the beginning till the end. The plot is crap, the effects are normal for those times I suppose but what would have helped this film badly is a cameo from Superman/Christopher Reeves. The scene where Kara sees a poster of superman and she looks excited, was probably the best scene in the whole film. I can see how much better this could have been had he been in it and the plot changed to match both characters.I am sure this will probably be the only supergirl film to ever come out, can not see her character being a big blockbuster seller unless she makes a cameo in the new superman films.
Gina W (ca) wrote: Mesmerizing. It's interesting how one man found beauty in trains moving into and out of subway terminals. But a little goes a long way.
Jens T (it) wrote: Ingmar Bergman's Smiles Of A Summer Night was his turning point, his big international breakthough in Cannes. He first knew about the success while he was on the toilet while reading a newspaper, he didn't even know his movie was chosen. Smiles of a Summer Night is a cheerfull and funny comedy, a screwball comedy such as The Awful Truth and The Philadelphia Story, the same kind of love story, where the characters tries to deny their feelings, but here they have taken it to the next elevel.
Laura L (it) wrote: An interesting look at a well told story.