HAUNTED BOAT is a mystical, mind-twisting psychological horror film about six teenagers going on a boat trip and getting lost in parallel dimensions where they have to face their greatest fears. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Deven P (ca) wrote: Pathetic. Needs like a -2 star rating.
Blair K (br) wrote: ultimately the movie has a good premise but gets lost in its own self importance. :/
James J (nl) wrote: A mediocre link film. There's promise in all of the stories, but there just needs a lot more development for the stories to become more fully realized. An hour and thirty-eight minutes isn't adequate for this movie.
Anna S (ru) wrote: Susan Traherne is my favourite Meryl Streep movie character. I could watch this movie over and over again (I often come back to it and re-watch it) and never get tired of it.I particularly love the last scene, which shows a young idealistic Susan in France shortly after the war, talking to a French farmer and her looking over the horizon, full of hope for a better future in the post-war world, telling the man: "We have grown up, we will improve our world! (...) My friend, there will be days and days and days like this!" and the way her expression changes from joy and anticipation to a slight sense of disbelief in her own words. I love that scene! It's both ironic and sad given what happened in her life later on (as we learn from the flashbacks).
Jens T (de) wrote: Toms Gutirrez Alea's Memories of Underdevelopment is one of two cuban pictures that is listed in 1001 movies you must see before you dies. For being a communist country one could have the idea that they would delivered a lot of international successes like the soviet union. Well Castro's Cuba had have very few one of them is this, and it's even deal with the revolution, and is not a probaganda film, but a human story. Memories of Underdevelopment takes place in Cuba from 1960 to 1962, durring such events as the Bay of Pigs Invasion and the missile crisis. Our main protagonist Sergio Mendoyo is a writter who'm wife have divorsed him and gone away to the States. Sergio tries to contain a normal life as possible, he sleeps with some girl, he reflects over politics, refects over Ernest Hemingway summer house he had in Cuba. refects over the cuban people's underdevelopment, a word that is used mutible of times in this film. Memories of Underdevelopment is more of a refecting movie, more than a plot driven film. It's a feature of every day boredomness in Cuba. Sergio is in many way very much like Fellini's main protagonist Marcello Mastroianni in La Dolce Vita. When it's about the technical part of this film, it's avarage, it's full of interresting still image zoom out or inn. But it's nothing more special that any other art movie. Some of the situations in the film can some times use to much time. But it's a refecting film, which suprisingly not an anti-capitalistic film, but a honest one. Thumbs Up.
Mike S (mx) wrote: Didn't like it. Audrey Hepburn was good. The story was not interesting.
Jonathan S (de) wrote: Breezy village comedy about the lengths people will go to get drunk.
Mark R (de) wrote: Enjoyed this. Forgot how funny this movie is!