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Alexander N (au) wrote: This 'movie' was awful. The plot holes in this movie are bigger than the craters on the moon. The "Marines" ( I use that title loosely) in this film are awful representations of actual Marines. This is one of the films were you stumble upon it on netflix and watch while you are doing something else. If you want to see a crappy, cheesy and long drawn out military movie, then go ahead and watch this. Otherwise, stay away from this flaming heap of garbage.
Tim W (mx) wrote: More interesting/entertaining than I thought it would be. Forgettable though. Nothing special. Cute but cliche.
Chris B (de) wrote: I remember watching this flick back in 1997 in theaters with my best friend Brad, we were both 11 years old and somehow we got in alone to see it despite "Mimic" being R rated. I always held a fondness for it as it has memories of childhood nostalgia with my still very good friend. This left me a bit nervous for the upcoming Director's Cut of the film and how it would stack up now. Back in the day I had no clue who Guillermo del Toro was or that he would grow to be a personal favorite modern director of mine, but how would this older flick compare with the rest? I walk away now after having not seen it since theaters, very happy. The film has the creepy atmospheric feeling that del Toro is known for and a very disturbing storyline that is really well done. The film looks and sounds incredible on Blu-ray and while the Director's Cut of the film only adds seven minutes to the previous theatrical version, you know this is the definitive version that del Toro has been wanting to release for years. I could not be more happy and impressed with the release as well as all it's extras that really help add to the film, Highly Recommended!
Johnny T (br) wrote: As a think-piece or conversation starter, the film is top notch. It's just a shame that, as a film, it isn't particularly effective. What Sam Fuller lacks in finance and technology he almost makes up for in style and intent. The story is extremely slight, so the film feels to be moving rather slowly for its short running time, especially considering how bombastic the central concept and much of the action is. White Dog earnestly tackles the issue of the dog's racist behavior, and even provides a surprising explanation for how the animal received its early training. And Mr. Winfield is outstandingly good in turning Keys into a much more interesting character than he might have been. A sequence in a church, where a well-dressed black man flees from the dog and takes refuge, is outstandingly ghastly. The film has a TV-movie cheesiness overruled by Fuller's expert deployment of the camera, brisk pacing and committed performances. Although handled at times with ham-fisted dialogue and direction, this train of thought is what makes White Dog brilliant. The only other thing I have to mention is the superb score by Ennio Morricone, which weaves nicely through the undulating emotions of every main sequence. At the end of the day, this is a solid film in spite of its problems, and serves as a great showcase for a director who was not afraid to take chances. VERDICT: "In The Zone" - [Mixed Reaction] These kinds of movies are usually movies that had some good things, but some bad things kept it from being amazing. This rating says buy an ex-rental or a cheap price of the DVD to own. If you consider cinema, ask for people's opinion on the film. (Films that are rated 2.5 or 3 stars)
Ian Y (br) wrote: Awesome. I haven't seen it but already I know...
Erika R (us) wrote: Most awesome movies ever!!
Russell S (ca) wrote: A dark, gritty and unsettling movie, Hitchcock pulls off a late career triumph that's as good as many of his earlier great works. Barry Foster is perfect in the role of the murderer and it fits him like a glove. The ending could have done with a little more punch but that's only my opinion.
L L (br) wrote: I read the book.. The movie screwed it up.
Nicole M (it) wrote: For some reason I keep thinking it's a Ti West movie and I'm not convinced it's not.