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Fear Clinic torrent reviews
Alonso A (au) wrote: Malick's impressionistic approach truly evokes trascendental beauty, but this time his thematic ambitions and emotional core don't seem to coexist all that well with the elliptical nature of his style, making it his least engaging.
Eddie S (jp) wrote: Gotta love it. Murray and Jeff Wright set up the Johnston character's avoidance of emotion. You'd think he is simply "flat." He has gotten there with a lot of work. "Look for clues. Like a typewriter. Like something pink." One can do worse where life is not all that available.Naked Lolita gets it Five Stars. The little life-force intrusions come in like violins in Mozart. And Murray does regret like nobody else.
Tim D (kr) wrote: Another great documentary about an incredibly difficult time in America & the violent political groups that emerged.
John W (gb) wrote: Ehhh, I love the first film. But this is just...uh. Don't get me wrong, I think this does have its merits. Just not enough to save it nor make it a proper follow up to Disney's first HUNCHBACK film. Jennifer Love Hewitt's character and performance as Madelline is sweet (the film's main saving grace), and there was an interesting idea with the villain (though not terribly well executed, and definitely no Frollo). But the animation and music just aren't up to snuff, there are way too many gaps in logic when it comes to Sarouch's magic (seriously, how the hell did he get that bell out of the cathedral with a magic trick!), and tries way too hard to nail in the "It's what's underneath that counts" message to the point where you'll find yourself shouting at the screen "I get it, move on!"
nicole w (mx) wrote: saw a little of it and it was good!
Janet (ru) wrote: Not your typical Doris Day movie. I loved it.
Chucky (au) wrote: July 3rd 2013October 19th 2013November 6th -7th 2016
Blair W (de) wrote: Fantastic film about a guy who used to be a drug dealer (Thomas Jane), changed his life, then got dragged back into trouble by an old associate (Aaron Eckhart). Great performances by Michael Jeeter and Mickey Rourke. A must see!!
Rotimer J (kr) wrote: Gripping and tense. Powerful film making.