A man (Thomas Edison's assistant) takes a pinch of snuff and sneezes. This is one of the earliest Thomas Edison films and was the first motion picture to be copyrighted in the United States. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Edison Kinetoscopic Record of a Sneeze
A man (Thomas Edison's assistant) takes a pinch of snuff and sneezes. This is one of the earliest Thomas Edison films and was the first motion picture to be copyrighted in the United States.
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Lee M (us) wrote: A clichd, wearily familiar true-life crime drama clearly made on the cheap.
June K (au) wrote: Nothing special except that Pollack stared in it.
wannadieforme v (us) wrote: oh......it's ok to fart.......
F B (it) wrote: A reasonably good film and enjoyable to watch with an interesting plot.
Justin A (mx) wrote: The title really says it all. This is not the kind of movie you go into expecting it to be good. The only shocking thing is how bizarre it turns out to be. You see that title and you would think it might be a generic slasher with someone going around a health club killing people. But it's not. It's about the vengeful ghost of a woman who burned herself alive haunting a health spa that is controlled by supercomputers. The fact that they need computer programs for members to lift weights is just hilarious to me. What's the point? The health club looks very cheap. It doesn't even look like a real health club. It kind of reminded me of watching The Outing where it's just a bunch of bland sets where they throw props down and expect the viewer not to know the difference. Well, it didn't look like a health club to me, it just looked like cardboard walls that had a rowing machine. The death scenes are both confusing and gruesome. There seem to be no rules. A guy's hand explodes (which is great) and another has his face explode. I think a wooden beam was supposed to be poking through his face, but the editing was so poor that it wasn't clear what happened to him. The acting is very bad and this movie is so cheap that it seemed like they only had money for Ken Foree for only a day. He barely shows up. I don't think he was the most in demand actor, especially in the late 80s. It's a decent so-bad-it's-good movie, but there are much better you can be watching.
William S (ru) wrote: youhave to love this one
Steve S (gb) wrote: *** (out of four) Fairly entertaining, but somewhat forgettable Cary Grant comedy. Shirley Temple is a teenager who is smitten with Grant. She is found in his apratment and the judge comes up with a strange punishment.
Ronnie Y (fr) wrote: + Great tension building. I'm constantly on edge; For a survival film, it is important for the audience to know the people try all they can to live. I think the script has done that to satisfy me. And Steve Zahn is chillingly evil and creepy. - Except the labrador story, the screenwriter's attempt to add any emotional depth or complexity to the characters have completely failed. The emotional struggle between the killer couple feel unnatural and distanced. As this was the main driver towards the 'happy' ending, giving this whole nerve-racking experience a sloppy demise. Lastly, it isn't that hard to figure out the plot twist, is it? There are only that two couples and surely it's not the obvious one.
Steven S (au) wrote: This movie fell short to say the least. Could have been better but could have been worse.
Carlos M (it) wrote: Despite the fact that the two main characters are complete idiots and the cinematography is so dark that sometimes it is really hard to see what is in front of us, this is a fun and creepy horror movie that is all the more intriguing when you know it was made by a convicted pedophile.