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Richard S (br) wrote: I'm not the biggest fan of this genre overall, but this movie was REALLY good. It is well shot, the performances are solid, and the special effects are disturbingly realistic.
Sanity Assassin (kr) wrote: if you like dreamcatcher or the faculty then this is for you!
Ruta V (jp) wrote: Emotional Swintons lettter to/about genious filmmakes Derek Jarman, who is defenately responsible for mudding the water in the british society. His artworks provokes more by revealing Jarmans sensitivity against world, his biographical details and feelings (by quoting monologues). Fascinated by Jarman.
kelly (us) wrote: This is standard Asian shock horror (or Asian Extreme as the dsitributor would like you to label this genre of new ultra-gory ultra-absurd, yet incredibly realistic towards the portrayal of absurd violence, movies).I liked the first 'Art of the Devil'; the story/script, as is typical for Asian shock imports, is much more amped, with more twists, and certainly more characters than the first movie, and certainly more than an American audience would get in a ported release. Instead of one twist in your typical shite American scareflick, you get about five. Instead of one character with a dark past, the majority of main characters have bloody and nasty secrets. And I say "gimme more, more, more" because that's the way this genre works. Americans screw up imports of similar titles to this by simplifying the plot (less writers to pay), scaling down the amount of characters (less actors to pay), copying the gore scenes essentially cut for cut, but then KEEP all the plot holes and continuity errors and DROP the consistent pacing, which in a "gorefest", these plot/script flaws are only excusable when they are done to the max as in Asian horror. So mindfick me all you want, just do it as much as you can, like this movie does, or else the movie will suck. The only annoying thing in this movie is that it is dubbed instead of subbed, but I'd rather that over a full-blown American ported version anyway.I love the aesthetic qualities given to the production design of the blood, ghosts, and, in this movie, featured amphibians and aquatic life. I don't know why, but Asian directors just have a better grasp of what makes a f-ed up scenario look as f-ed as it actually is; meaning I think the kills are amplified and beyond the reach of your typical Dimension or Lions Gate trash. Even compared to the elaborate, and my only favorite of the series, Saw 3, the inventive diabolical behavior and mutilation is effectively executed in this movie to scare or stun me, as oppposed to me laughing at it (I'm talking about Eli Roth And Darren Lyn Bousman in particular here). I've rated this the same as its predecessor, but I do think it is better and you don't have to see the first to understand this one. The premise is: people put curses on each other and no characters from the two movies cross over so feel free to skip the first, as it is slower paced. While the first really pays off all around, in the non-violent and grotesque scenes, this movie only shines for the grotesque, which is more abundant and equally creative, though if you like this, you must see the first, at least fast forwarding to all the kills, particularly the "snails" murder which is stunningly shot. In this one, the top murder is...tied between the "hooks" and "newts" scene. It's really badass. You gotta see this, horror fans."So Fucked Up" highlight:finding out what's in the fish soup
Steven C (es) wrote: Every once and a while they let Kate Hudson be in a good movie ("Almost Famous," "Dr. T & the Women," "The Skeleton Key," "Nine," "The Killer Inside Me") and "About Adam" is certainly one of them. Unfortunately, Hudson is the very weak link in this terrific cast. Her abominable Irish accent (and subsequent singing in said accent) nearly topple the film in the first 3 minutes, but stick around, because there is plenty of fun to be bad. Stuart Townsend is sexy and sly as a man who charms his way into the private lives of three sisters and their brother. The film may be unscrupulous and naughty, but that's all apart of the whimsy. "About Adam" is a devilish Irish comedy full of deceptive surprises and wit to spare. If you are looking for a first rate romantic comedy with bite and energy, "About Adam" is your ticket.
Zachariah R (nl) wrote: I'm certainly a fan of Barry Levinson and his movies. However, this wasn't quite as potent as some of his others. Great cast, though.
Michael T (gb) wrote: Frantically paced flick can't decide if it's a comedy or a thriller.
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jay n (gb) wrote: VERY talented cast in completely ordinary musical with no memorable songs and a hokey story. Everyone has been seen to better advantage elsewhere.
Mitchell W (ru) wrote: A weird but riveting picture, the kind that could've influenced a generation of "Detective Comics" stories. The wordless opening sequence is masterful filmmaking, as is the murder committed in traffic, but the most inspired bits are the expressionistic touches that drench this picture with nightmarish paranoia. Granted, the pacing's uneven, and the drippy romantic subplot doesn't help, but this is still an impressive work.