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Fear the Forest
Is it a legend, or a myth??? The one question has plagued mankind throughout the ages has always remained, but finally comes to unfold here in a new chilling Thriller. The Native American ...
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Bryce W (br) wrote: Tom Hanks does it again.
Jeroen V (us) wrote: Communist propaganda, but not bad communist propaganda.
Joanna N (ru) wrote: A just-okay movie that tries too hard, but worth a watch if you enjoy Greta Gerwig.
roger t (ag) wrote: recommended by littlemissbloodandguts......................
Sean L (de) wrote: Exclaimed as the next Clerks, this movie falls far short of expectations.The only reason I saw it was for the aforementioned claim. Having a "Silent Bobette" who delivers a pizza was grasping at straws in what is an attempt to steal from the best.The credits were the funniest part.The only thing getting this one star is the attractive blonde who is the subject of a threesome even if she is full of crap about her sexual prowess.
Anh H (kr) wrote: A symphony of inner liberty.
Thomas H (au) wrote: Silly comedy with a million one liners and great visual humor. Very reminiscent of the Three Stooges and Naked Gun. Highly recommend.
Tamara H (ag) wrote: This could be a good one . . . . . .
Dean M (us) wrote: Burt Reynolds's style is a whole lot like James Garner, quizzical, cynical and charming. I'm not used to seeing him play it as tight lipped as he does in Malone, but he does carry it off. Laurren Hutton is beautiful, brave and loyal and Cynthia Gib is cute as apple pie in a see-through nightie.
Stuart K (nl) wrote: Directed by Bob Clark (Black Christmas (1974), Porky's (1981) and A Christmas Story (1983)) and based on the book The Ripper File by Elwyn Jones and John Lloyd. This British-Canadian film is a good reimagining of the Jack the Ripper murders and also the best case Sherlock Holmes never handled. It has a good cast all giving lovely performances, and it's one of the best Holmes films, even if it's not based on any of Arthur Conan Doyle's stories. In Victorian London, an unknown serial killer is picking off prostitutes in Whitechapel, Sherlock Holmes (Christopher Plummer) and his loyal assistant Doctor Watson (James Mason) are assigned to this gruesome case by the Prime Minister (John Gielgud) and Inspector Lestrade (Frank Finlay). Holmes believes it's an open and shut case, but it's not that simple. Especially when he discovers links to the Freemasons. Holmes calls upon spiritualist Robert Lees (Donald Sutherland), and he leads them to Mary Kelly (Susan Clark), who claims to have slept with someone high up in the aristocracy, and if revealed, could bring down the monarchy and parliament. Plummer makes a brilliant Holmes, while Mason plays against type as Watson, it has some very good cinematography by Reginald H. Morris too. It's a shame Clark didn't make more films like this, considering the kinds of films he ended up making.
Mitchell B (ag) wrote: The movie that started it all...
John P (jp) wrote: Another great from the great Yul Brynner, the original man in black. His movies are the ones that made me want to be a cowboy when I grew up.
Glenda Marie A (nl) wrote: Realistic and moving. The pace of the story made it seem genuine. It wasn't too hasty nor too dragging.
Bryan B (de) wrote: One of the Best Christmas Movies EVER!!!