A spoiled rich girl who wants to be a dancer finds herself caught into between two rival dance groups set to do battle at an underground competition.
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Rafael S (ru) wrote: filme delicioso. leve, despretencioso e ainda assim consistente
Dan H (us) wrote: I liked it, pretty good.
David J (it) wrote: You might think this Scandinavian thriller has tied up all it's loose ends, but you have to realize that it was never tightly-scripted to begin with. Nevertheless, "Headhunters" is an exhilarating thriller.
Robert I (br) wrote: The first two acts have severe problems, but the third act is just action packed enough to work. The main character is incredibly unlikable, but Robert Englund is great in a different kind of villain role. If you can't stand the first 60 minutes, fast forward to the finale.
Sara B (de) wrote: a little slow for my taste, but overall I appreciated the positive point of view on what marriage should be and how it is definitely something to fight for. Strikes a cord with anyone who has been guilty of taking their relationship for granted (which sadly I think is many of us).
Film C (kr) wrote: Suits for the style of shooting but quite long.
Jason K (jp) wrote: opening credits looked like a bad halloween movie done by children, following scene had the acting quality of a middle school stage play
Rob H (it) wrote: the biggest mind-fuck horror movie you will ever want to see and that is an amazing thing for Charles Beaumont to have accomplished after the Twilight Zone. Simply Amazing
Gordon C (de) wrote: At last I know what women want: they want robots.I would suspect that this is merely some form of macho petulance, but the director of this film was a woman, so maybe there's something in it. Of course, you could look at it as a kind of role-reversed Stepford Wives, so maybe what men want is robots, too.That's how socially maladjusted we've become, at least in the fantasies of some Hollywood writers. We can't deal with each other as humans any more. Maybe that's why so many companies have their phones answered by machines nowadays. They know that's what really turns people on.
Megan B (au) wrote: My awesome mum taped this for me to watch when I was 13, I think it was a 'midday movie'. Every teenager needs to see this. Still one of my favourites. Thanks mum!
Ann J (nl) wrote: I saw this movie for the 1st time as a child. The elephants intreged me and I have always liked the movie since.
Amanda V (nl) wrote: This is one of my favorite movies! My husband and I love watching it together.
Chris D (ru) wrote: Good film, and an important piece of culture as the first surviving film directed and acted with African-Americans. The story is simple enough: A women who, while growing up. lost her adopted parents to lynching, fights to keep a black school running by traveling to Boston to raise funds. The threads in the film weren't as well directed as I would have hoped, so the film dragged somewhat, even taking into account its fairly short length. I usually enjoy strong use of title cards in silent films, but I think there were too many here: some scenes would just be quick cuts back and forth between the picture and text. This is the fundamental problem with silent films: you have to keep the dialogue to a minimum or you risk overwhelming the audience with walls of text. At the same time, if there's not enough dialogue you have no idea what is going on, or you just don't care. The robbery of Sylvia was funny, watching the thief foiled by a simple foot trip, but it felt like a scene, like several others, that, while enjoyable, didn't serve to advance the story. The strong points for this film are the powerful moments leading up to and after the lynching of Sylvia's parents, with the powerful cuts between the bodies being burned in a bonfire and Sylvia being attacked by (what we learn a bit later) her natural father. I also enjoyed the side-scene of the apologist preacher, a man who has "given up my birthright" to appease white men, by preaching that black people should avoid wealth and education, for they are pathways to sin and hell. A very interesting character, although I'm not sure what kind of real-world impact people like him had in the 1920s on racial equality. Most importantly, it was just refreshing to see a silent film with black actors who aren't parodies of real people (counterexample, "The Birth of a Nation"). These are men and women who are intelligent and ambitious, a portrait that is not shown often enough at this point in history.
Andrew U (fr) wrote: A worthwhile slow burn, assuming you can endure the first 40 minutes.