A serial murderer is strangling women with a necktie. The London police have a suspect, but he is the wrong man.

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Angel L (gb) wrote: pretty good local movie

Angela C (jp) wrote: This is the other side of the story church goers, wake up!

Michael M (kr) wrote: See, nothing really has to happen in art. I mean. You don't actually need a whole helluva lot of external action if you know what you're doing, or if you're making a police procedural (about the most lackluster investigation imaginable) that's really about semantics, syntax, what not, and etc. When was the last time you had a discussion about pronominal adjectives? When was the last time the climactic scene in a movie was reading definitions out of a dictionary? Foot-tennis? Fuckin' hell. Is this a normal Romanian thing? Eastern European? Foot-tennis? I'm fat and out of shape. No thanks! Police, adjective? More like, Please! Shadjective.......uh... Yeah. This movie was great though.

Weul S (br) wrote: I had high expectations for this scorsese-presented italian crime drama.

Alastair H (ca) wrote: An easy going action adventure that has a rediculous story but is carried well by Jolie as Lara Croft. The film isn't original but as a fan of the games I enjoyed it. I would've liked to have seen more tomb raiding going on however! (16.12.10), (22.3.14)

Pmela M (ag) wrote: The best Brazilian movie I've ever seen

Al M (us) wrote: Candyman 3 is even more inferior than 2, but it does once again manage to enact an interesting hange of settings. In this film, we are taken to Los Angeles on the Day of the Dead where an exhibit of paintings by the man that became Candyman are drawing a lot of attention. Featuring Baywatch alum Donna D'Errico, who (if you're like me) you probably forgot existed, Candyman 3 features some decent moments of horror but feels like it is getting even more repetitive than the previous entry in the franchise.

gary t (de) wrote: well umn just seen this movie 4 the 1st time n think that this is a good movie 2 watch.......its got a good cast of actor/actressess throughout this movie.....i think that victor wong, charles napier, michael treanor, crystle lightning, chad power, max elliott, patrick kilpatrick, donal logue, danuel pipoly play good roles/parts throughout this movie.......i think that victor wong, charles napier, michael treanor were great throughout this movie.........i think that the director of ths action/adventure/kids/family/comedy movie had done a good job of directing this movie because you never know what 2 expect throughout this movie.....i think that this is a good family movie 2 watch with a good cast throughout this movie n its enjoyable

Daniel M (de) wrote: As with a lot of Cassavetes, this film can elicit howling laughter at the same time as a kind of disbelief at the painfully awkward, tragic emotional situations unraveling on screen. Characters talk at one another with less hope of being understood than they would have talking at a brick wall: Seymour Cassel as a serial flake who can't get his shit together but is apparently hopelessly in love with Gena Rowlands, the respectable 40-something blonde divorcee who can't cope with her own emotions and hides behind a giant pair of sunglasses. They're perfect for one another, of course. Cassavetes himself is terrific in an uncredited bit part, as is his entire cast of marginal TV actors improvising the dialogue. Absolutely brilliant.

Stuart K (it) wrote: Directed by Jim Gillespie (D-Tox (2002) and Venom (2005)) and written by Kevin Williamson (Scream (1996) and The Faculty (1998)), adapted from the 1973 slasher novel by Lois Duncan. This slasher film adds nothing new to the well worn sub-genre, but this one has some good moments and a few good scares along the way, plus it helped make stars out of it's young cast for a time. High school seniors Julie (Jennifer Love Hewitt), her boyfriend Ray (Freddie Prinze, Jr.), Julie's best friend Helen (Sarah Michelle Gellar), and her boyfriend Barry (Ryan Phillippe) who celebrate by going to the local beach to party. On the way back, they accidentally hit a stranger with their car, they're all scared that the local police won't believe what happened, especially as they're all drunk. So, they decide to dump the body in the ocean, and never talk about it again. However, a year later, they start getting letters saying "I Know What You Did Last Summer", and they suspect one of them talked, but when the body count starts, the fear builds up. It's actually a good film, it's not perfect, but it does have it's moments, and it manages to build up a dark atmosphere and hold it throughout the film. It was made for a pittance, but it was a box-office success and spawned an immediate sequel, imaginatively titled I Still Know What You Did Last Summer (1998).

Ty P (fr) wrote: Excellent! Exciting, gritty, classy and tough. Why don't they make entertainment like this anymore?