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Ghost in the Shell: S.A.C. 2nd GIG - Individual Eleven
The year is 2030 and an influx of refuges have effortlessly transformed themselves into a terrorist organization known as the Individual Eleven. With a sadistic intent of mass destruction, ...
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Ghost in the Shell: S.A.C. 2nd GIG - Individual Eleven torrent reviews
Evangelos C (jp) wrote: Just noticed this on TV, had forgotten all about watching it until I saw Judi. Then it came back to me. Quite a brilliant story.
Joshua C (es) wrote: Original but classy! Indiana Evans was the gem in this chick flick. If you are looking for something to watch and relax to, this movie is a good boat to hop on!
Andrew F (mx) wrote: For red neck conspiracy nuts only.......
Thomas F (es) wrote: un film assez particulier car les personnages principaux ne sont pas stables psychologiquement et au final on a du mal savoir sur quelle base on peut se raccrocher.
Akanksha N (jp) wrote: very young interesting ove story...dnt knw why the movie flopped:( its a lil above average...
jesus h (gb) wrote: i actually liked this movie a lot. i thought this was gong to be a waste but not
Vineet A (au) wrote: Plot:excellent(5/5),S-FX:No,Emotional pull:No
Ryan S (fr) wrote: This film is beautifully photographed, and a has a incredible soundscape that combined with the desolate environment, creates a truly dismal atmosphere. I did however find it to often be too wordy and philosophical for it's own good. Tarr himself admits that the premise is intentionally simple and banal, but the film still delivers some memorable imagery such as Karrer crawling on all fours and barking at a stray dog in the rain, the emotionless sex scene where the camera wanders away from the two lovers around the room until we see their reflections in the mirror only to continue panning away from them, and the repetition of the creaking mining carts passing by.__________________
Corey B (ru) wrote: This is my kind of dark comedy. Surprising with all the stars in this movie it's one of those movies that flown off the radar in the 80s, forgotten in the 90s and one I am surprised I could find now on DVD. It's a dark comedy that does more about shedding light on the kind of shit that goes on in school that Fast Times hints at but makes more funny than makes sense of it. While at times it is predictable, it's the message makes up for all of it.
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Tiberio S (au) wrote: While most of the second act seems to be reaching for time-filling, the first and third acts are the stronger anchors holding everything together.Director Robert Aldrich delivers painstaking situational suspense without trying too hard, in many ways more cleverly than Alfred Hitchcock. Instead of forcing the camera to do a lot of fancy tricks, he outright relies on suspense inherently existing within the situation the screenplay creates. One of the best examples is when Blanche throws the note out the window pleading for help. It's all filmed very conventionally, maddening the viewer. First her voice can't be heard, so she writes a note, but instead of making a paper airplane, crumbles it like trash and tries tossing it. It only reaches the edge of her own driveway, and by this point Jane has arrived home. She thought she saw something out of the corner of her eye when she pulled in. The note is intended for the neighbor Mrs. Bates, who remains unaware of the note. There's no chance of her picking it up, and the only reason Jane takes the time to acknowledge her at the edge of the driveway is so she can get that note. It's a movie, naturally we are hoping for a miracle, but it plays as it would in real life, and Jane gets the note. Blanche is fucked. Even more infuriating is the final scene at the beach. Jane is a criminal on the run and she doesn't even know it, both her and her victim are sitting out in broad daylight, and she's so lost in her la la land that she's oblivious to her crimes or that the law might be after her. And for a good while, it feels like she's going to prance around the slow stupid policeman, who are busy either eating at a snack bar or writing up information about an abandoned car, and get away with it.