The new Dutch owner of a Croatian marketing agency is organizing an action-style team building for his employees over weekend. After rafting which ends up with an incident, the employees divide in two paintball groups. While making their way through the forest full of surprises – a local family who is plotting against their lives, suspicious instructors, a random pair of hikers and bizarre accidents. As the day comes to its end, it is clear that, after this game, nothing will ever be the same.
- Stars:Vili Matula, Hana Hegedusic, Ljubisa Savanovic, Natasa Dangubic, Marko Makovicic, Zeljko Königsknecht, Sanja Hrenar, Jaksa Boric, Djordje Kukuljica, Ivan Glowatzky, Vanja Matujec, Luka Peros, Vinko Kraljevic, Nina Violic, Luka Petrusic,
- Director:Ivan-Goran Vitez,
- Writer:Ivan-Goran Vitez
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Forest Creatures torrent reviews
(jp) wrote: Una commedia italiana che ci prova; in alcuni casi (soprattutto all'inizio) cade nei classici errori (a.k.a. battute squallide) ma che alla fine ce la fa.Una commedia non eccezionale, ma che rispetto a quello a cui siamo abituati di un altro mondo. Finalmente.
(kr) wrote: 'Blue Jasmine' has a non-linear and parallel-like structure that shows us the progression of its premise, a New York housewife who struggles with a life crisis, once residing at her Park Avenue Penthouse, now minimized to a cramped San Francisco apartment with her sister Ginger. Now Jasmine has to put her life together piece by piece. Cate Blanchett gives a transformative performance as Jasmine, a neurotic and narcissistic character. Jasmine is fleshed out, unraveled excellently, and the rendering is uncanny. 'Blue Jasmine' utilizes Blanchett's talents which buoys the film while also examining relevant socio-economic issues such as class. Its premise is fully realized at the end, a painful and delicate conclusion to the deterioration of an ambitious life founded on duplicity
(au) wrote: It is an interesting movie. I personally do not agree with many of the reviews. The acting isn't great, but they were beginners at acting. Nobody is born talented.The overall movie is scary, although, too dark plus the camera changes angle too often leaving you with no clearance.The antagonists were freaky and because they were very abnormal, it leaves a lot of scary thoughts in your mind.
(ru) wrote: This is a very unique and entertaining movie, it's easy to like and makes you laugh. Liked the idea of the storyline and I can really recommend it!
(gb) wrote: Broomfield's second film about Aileen sheds more light on her life and her mind after a decade on death row but also feels like an appendix of his first film, a bit redundant for anyone who has seen that one and not much more than an excuse for closure after her execution.
(es) wrote: Great social documentary! Padilha shows again that he is one of the best directors nowadays.
(us) wrote: I don't care I like it.
(br) wrote: Movie-buffs (and perhaps horror fanatics in particular) are strange and unpredictable beings, aren't they? Most of the time we're extremely skeptical and criticize ambitious new projects, yet sometimes we're easily pleased and highly enthusiast about something that is completely derivative, mundane and unoriginal. "Body Bags" is the perfect example to illustrate that: it's a horror omnibus existing of three incredibly prototypic segments and a repetitive type of wraparound story, yet I personally enjoyed it immensely. This is a good old-fashioned "sit back, relax and switch off all brain functions" type of anthology with a nice diversity in suspense, comedy, splatter and absurdity. Yet, the undeniable strongpoint of "Body Bags" is the all-star horror cast and crew, with legendary actors and even directors of the genre appearing in fun supportive roles and insignificant cameos. No less than John Carpenter directs two out of three stories and even stars as the host in the wraparound story. Clearly inspired by "Tales from the Crypt", Carpenter plays the witty and morbid morgue employee exactly like the infamous Crypt Keeper; though with still a little more flesh around the bones (though not too much). The first story was the most effective one! Regardless of how clichd, repetitive and predictable "The Gas Station" is, it's a genuine horror entertainment. With the landmark "Halloween", Carpenter obviously proved he's the undeniable master of stalk-and-slash movies, and "The Gas Station" ideally fits the pattern. During her first night working in a remote gas station, Anne receives a visit from the maniacal killer who's been terrorizing the area since weeks. It's a highly segment with cool red herrings, dumb decisions, some good gore and a neatly uncanny atmosphere. The remaining two stories are slightly less overpowering, mainly because they revolve on sillier topics. "Hair" introduces an aging playboy who cannot accept his hairline becoming thinner. He desperately starts seeking for a hair-growing method that works and finds the incredibly treatment of the slightly odd Dr. Lock. Needless to say Richard's new hairdo begins to lead its own life with terrible consequences. "Hair" is obviously the most blackly comical chapter of the three. This story isn't gory or tense, but it's a very likable satire about vanity. Finally, "Eye" centers on a successful and happily married athlete who loses his eye in a tragic car accident. He spontaneously volunteers for a brand new and risky eye-transplant procedure and slowly begins to carry on with his life. Shortly after, he begins to suffer from horrific visions and learns the eye's previous owner was a sadistic serial killer. "Eye" starts off a little slow and dull, but gradually turns into an exciting and gruesome little shock-story. With a bit of imagination, you could even interpret this segment as some sort of predecessor for the more famous Asian ghost story "The Eye". Admittedly none of the stories are extraordinary brilliant or innovating, but they're definitely traditional and enthusiastically made.This is worth a look if you can find it. Be warned the out of print dvd is cut and the vhs version is uncut but still missing some footage. Hopefully the true uncut version will appear one day
(ag) wrote: W: 1. Quite dated. It's ok.
(es) wrote: Gorgeous B&W photography, hypnotic lead performance, peerless direction and, to boot, a fine history lesson that isn't nearly as dry as would be expected. This is the "happy" half of Eisenstein's epic, and it's still drenched in fatalistic portent, heavy shadows, backstabbing, conniving boyars in pitch black robes, et cetera. Not too many montages, save for a stirring Mongolian campaign with an explosive finale. Sergei Prokofiev's score isn't nearly as amazing as the one he composed for "Alexandr Nevsky" but it covers all the necessary operatic elements and then some. One major caveat: the sound quality SUCKS big time. The score is barely audible during the few times it's used, the dialogue is muddy, sound effects sound distant, unrelated to any onscreen action. This seemed to be a common problem in the Russian film industry as it moved into the talking era; appropriate that the transition was so awkward, since they were the first to master wordless narrative. "Ivan the Terrible" was commissioned by Stalin as a propaganda piece, so there's a bit of condescention toward the audience (this was intended to be shown to the illiterate masses) and some questionable moralizing. These "pro-dictatorship" tangents are kind of hilarious when viewed today, far removed from the film's original context.At the very least, this is important as the likely origin of Leonidas' phallic beard in "300", but that might be giving Zack Snyder way too much credit.
(ag) wrote: Shockingly brilliant
(au) wrote: There are few things worst than horror films based on childhood bedtime stories, and it's especially bad when they're as cheaply produced as "The Tooth Fairy". This is dreary and dreadful in every way, and the whole bloody mess borders all-too-closely on unwatchable. It's just another generic, made-for-video horror film filled with unconvincing gore and even more unconvincing performances. The mostly no-name cast barely registers a blip on the charisma scale. In fact, the only well known name in the cast if former "Halloween" cutie P.J. Soles, looking haggard and embarrassed to be here. And rightfully so. The movie features a lot of worst award winners, including the worst fake lightning and worst severed head. Most notably, however, the movie features the worst bed and breakfast in the history of bed and breakfasts. The guests don't seem to mind all of the murder and mayhem. Most of the tenants treat this as if they're living in a Scooby Doo mystery. Unfortunately, those old animated mysteries were far livelier than this yawn-fest. In fact, only the all-too-brief glimpses of Carrie Anne Fleming topless livens up this dead-on-arrival picture. It's not so much a quality of the film, but when you're this starved for entertainment, you take what you can get. Just from the title, "The Tooth Fairy" may sound promising, but it's just another forgettable and routine horror flick. Keep moving. There's nothing to see here.