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Dawn (jp) wrote: Started off too boring for me.....by the time I got to the middle...I had had enough! Sorry guys...this movie just couldn't grab me....one day when I am truly bored out of my mind...I might revisit it again and boost the rating....however I am secretly praying I will never be that bored!
Perrine B (jp) wrote: un film de flics sans artifice et sans vision utopique ou trop noire. sympa
Bill Z (us) wrote: Francis Ng contributed his best performance, as a gangster.
Jaylen C (nl) wrote: this movie was just amazing! the most romantic movie. it just has a beautiful story. a speech teacher falls for a beautiful deaf woman with scenes that will make you just cry!
Aaron E (es) wrote: Uncomfortable effective serial killer film. Reminiscent of Italian Giallo only polished.
Eric G (mx) wrote: I liked how it was all set up, we get to know Ben (Jeremy Irvine) at first but what we actually get to know about him is what he has to live for. As for Madec (Michael Douglas) we quickly what he has to lose and the same time we get a glimpse of what kind of man he is before the hunting trip takes a turns for the worst.Beyond The Reach wasn't what I expected, I saw Madec as a hell of a lot more twisted then he actually is in the film. He is the villain of the story but his motives are understandable. I'm not condoning what he did, it just kinda makes sense. The circumstances put them into this situation, when I was hoping that Madec would have instigated it. The make up job on Jeremy Irvine is flawless, it looked really good, too bad that the story wasn't as carefully crafted as the sunburn make up Irvine had. The ending was a bit of a disappointment and the movie could have had a little more tension but I enjoyed it none the [email protected]
Jarrett M (es) wrote: Finally, someone was able to tell a story called Resident Evil that does justice to it's source material. See, it is possible to do an original story, yet keep it within the realms of what defines Resident Evil as Resident Evil. Perhaps I'm splitting hairs here, but this is a considerably more faithful adaptation of the games than the live-action films ever were. That said, there are still issues with this movie. The writing falls into the cheesy dialogue trap and the pace of the film is pretty uneven, with the midpart of the movie dragging considerably over the opening and closing setpieces. Speaking of which, the opening zombie outbreak in the airport and the Tyrant battle in the labs at the end are impressive and are excellent representations of the games upon which this is based. The animation is acceptable, but subpar when held up against other animated films of this era. The story here is original in comparison to the games, but does serve as somewhat of a bridge between the events of the games RE4 and RE5. For the purpose of a film though, the story is on the weak side, and the narrative gets uneccesarily convoluted in the middle of the movie, but it is still followable. If you're a fan of the games, especially Resident Evil 2, check this out. If you're a fan of the games, and not the movies, check this out. If you know nothing of the games and like the movies, check this out, you may enjoy it. If you know nothing of the games, but are curious about them, check this out for a more acurate representation the the live action films. This is still a considerably flawed film, but one that was made for the fans. And as a fan, I say thank you. Keep 'em coming.
Uriel G (br) wrote: The redemption of an overexploited and unconvincing genre comes in a comedy.Hilarious and with good performances, "Shaun of the dead" is a film that reinvents the genre, saving it from the abyss.