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Sam M (fr) wrote: For a young film I've already seen this many times so far, I don't think it's great but I enjoy it. I like the history, etc. although there are obvious things which could have been improved such as pacing, chronological ordering which tends to be scattered and it could have worked completely linear instead, and the make-up too but it grows on you I guess. Worth re-watching to figure it out.
Jacob S (ag) wrote: This is a PERFECT movie... to watch on cable... with commercial interruptions. I seriously cannot imagine enjoying this film any other way.
Kelly L (it) wrote: Very moving film. Parvez Sharma did an excellent job with presenting the subject with compassion and respect.
gary t (gb) wrote: WOW......WOW......WOW......WHAT A THRILLING., ENJOYABLE MOVIE 2 WATCH.......man I have just seen this movie 4 the 1st time n think that this is such a creepy movie 2 watch but it is such a gripping enjoyable movie 2 watch.......its got a good cast of actors/actresses throughout this movie.....I think that neve McIntosh, shaun Dooley, linzey cocker, ben batt, dean Andrews, play good roles/parts throughout this movie......I think that the director of this drama/horror movie had done a fantastic job of directing this movie because you never know what 2 expect throughout this movie.......I think that this is such a creepy movie 2 watch.......WARNING THIS MOVIE CONTAINS STROBE LIGHTNING EFFECTS THROUGHOUT SOME SCENES THROUGHOUT THIS MOVIE........The film was one of three produced in Liverpool to celebrate the city's status as EU City of Culture in 2008, and was filmed on the set of former soap opera Brookside. It was produced on a minimal budget, and was the last time the Brookside set was used for filming purposes before it was sold to a private developer. Neve McIntosh won two Best Actress awards for her role in the film.ProductionSalvage was one of three films produced celebrating Liverpool culture to coincide with the city's status of EU City of Culture in 2008. It was directed by Lawrence Gough.Filming for Salvage had begun by March 2008, when the Liverpool Daily Post reported that the set of Brookside Close had been rented to a local production company to use as a production set. The production was a low-budget production titled Salvage. This was the last time the houses of the Brookside set were ever used for production purposes. It was sold to a private developer months later.Release and receptionThe film received modest reviews following its release, and was not widely distributed. Despite the best efforts of the set designers, some reviewers did comment on its similarity to Brookside Close. Giving it three out of five stars, the magazine Time Out observed that the film had made clever use of the set.The film, which marked Lawrence Gough's directing debut, won Neve McIntosh an International Fantasy Film Award for Best Actress in 2010as well as the Award for Best Horror Actress at the Fantastic Fest.I think that this is such a creepy movie 2 watch, its got such a fantastic cast throughout this movie......I think that this is such an enjoyable movie 2 watch with such a great cast throughout this movie......I think that this is such a great creepy horror movie 2 watch, as the director keeps you on the edges of your seats throughout this movie as you never know what 2 expect throughout this movie..........
Humairah I (jp) wrote: the movie..was great..espicially the was a gangster movie...moved in a humourous way...but the last part where it showed his work...wit that mafia...was sick..
Douglas D (jp) wrote: Garry Marshall acting is nice to see... But not when he's naked.
I dont know w (it) wrote: Doesn't look like it has many flaws. Just looks solid to me.
Jon N (fr) wrote: Not the well paced art movie I was expecting. Stats with suicide and ends with suicide!
Dave H (au) wrote: Epic, complex Western/character piece, basically Mutiny on the Bounty with cows. The cattle drive and the Western tropes are great fun, and I adore the fact that only about 5 minutes of this two hour piece is set inside (stunning B&W lensed exteriors), but the heart of the piece comes from the conflict between leadership, communication and masculinity styles of John Wayne and Montgomery Clift's characters. The famous leads deliver the acting goods, no surprise re Clift, but a big one re Wayne (Red River is up there with the Searchers as Wayne's career highlight). Fascinating moral ambiguity in ALL main characters, but especially Wayne's Tom Dunstan who is more villain than hero. The women characters' are the weakest link unfortunately, overly dramatic and swoony and wedged in mostly for plot purposes. And the ending - after the suspense that's come before, is a little pat, disappointing, anti-climatic. But generally, this is one of the best Westerns of all time - genius casting, scripting, subtext and complexity, especially by Howard Hawks standards. What I like best is that it shows - completely unselfconsciously - a balance between the unbending toughness required to tame the West, and the more egalitarian ideology required to civilize it.
Kara H (nl) wrote: Cute enough but not very powerful.