After a family is involved in an accident, they take refuge in a secluded inn where they free a girl locked in a basement without knowing she's an ancient evil spirit.
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Jake J (ca) wrote: Pretty fantastic fantasy by Tim Burton!!
Roberto O (es) wrote: I agree completely with Matt Kelemen, who says that the movie takes place in "second gear" almost all the time and at the end even goes back to first gear. Very slow movie about a boring theme such as scholarly politics... its got its good moments with the realisation of truth by the unbearable Eliezer Shkolnik, and the wrinkles in the head of Yehuda Grossman. But all in all its not really worth it, in my opinion.
Mithun Chaitanya E (nl) wrote: only couple of stories r good... Rice plate with shabana and naseer , matrimony with arbaaz and mandira... Remaining r ok and bad.... Better than Darna series from Varma company....
Leeda A (kr) wrote: t is is a very good film but I can't watch it any help?or shall I just go and watch it on my other app?wht do u think?
Pamela T (jp) wrote: im still waiting for potfest, lol..this movie is great
EWC o (es) wrote: Well acted film that is disjointed, clunky, and jumps all over the place, switching between narratives of a fast food chain and a group of Mexicans we neither know (nor care about) much of.
Aaron G (au) wrote: There should be a disclaimer before this movie saying "Must be from Boston to appreciate."
Munaah K (kr) wrote: Priyadarshan's tale from the deep south .. Shivaji Ganesh and Kamal Hassan were incredible in the original tamil version, and Anil Kapoor did not disappoint in the hindi one .. Music by Illaraja .. what more can one ask for .. all the Greats in one movie
Russ V (us) wrote: For a low budget b-movie rip off of Alien, Forbidden World is very good
Kelly (ag) wrote: THE BEST FUNNY MOVIE EVER
Trevor R (ca) wrote: Joe is a film about an ad exec from New York who ends up accidentally killing a drug dealer who his daughter was living with. He then meets Joe, a very opinionated man who would like nothing more than to kill another few people who are part of the underbelly of the city. Be it drug dealers, other ethnicities, hippies, etc., he wants to clean the city up. The film deals with the relationship between a middle class worker (Joe) and an upper class worker (Bill the ad exec). The change in class makes for some uncomfortable scenes. One in particular is where Joe and his wife invite Bill and his wife to dinner. The way that entire section plays out is great, but difficult to sit through much like Bill's wife. The climax of the film is great, although I wish they wouldn't have put in the voiceovers right before the credits. They should've allowed the audience to figure out what just happened because the ending is an assault to the senses. Actually the last 25 or so minutes is an assault to the senses. Peter Boyle gives a fantastic performance as Joe. I did like the movie, however; I will probably never watch it again.
Eric H (jp) wrote: A total waste of time!
Stuart K (de) wrote: Directed by Barry Levinson (Diner (1982) and Young Sherlock Holmes (1985)), and written by Mitch Markowitz (Crazy People (1990)), this war comedy-drama originally started out life as a sitcom, but the TV networks weren't in the mood for what was pitched as M*A*S*H on the radio, so it was reworked as a film, and the result was a very good film where it's star well and truly steals the film. Set in 1965, when the Vietnam war is gaining momentum, Airman Second Class Adrian Cronauer (Robin Williams) arrives in Saigon to work as a DJ for the Armed Forces Radio Service.Second Lieutenant Steven Hauk (Bruno Kirby) and Sergeant Major Phillip Dickerson (J.T. Walsh) who operate the station, have strict guidelines which they want Cronauer to adhere to. However, he doesn't, he plays rock and roll records, does edgy comedy on the station, which infuriates Hauk and Dickerson, but Cronauer's show is very popular. However, when he falls for Vietnamese girl Trinh (Chintara Sukapatana), it soon puts his life and job in danger. The real Cronauer was nothing like what Williams portrays on the screen, this was mainly an excuse for him to put Williams and his gift for improvisational comedy on display, the result is a winning combination. This made Williams a star, and an extremely bankable name, and Levinson went from this to do Rain Man (1988)).
Rahul B (ca) wrote: A rare Hitchcock drama that loses its way in the middle and gets back on track at the end.
Eric I (de) wrote: Never written a review in my life this is the best movie I have ever seen- felt every emotion throughout the movie