House of Usher
After a long journey, Philip arrives at the Usher mansion seeking his loved one, Madeline. Upon arriving, however, he discovers that Madeline and her brother Roderick Usher have been afflicted with a mysterious malady: Roderick's senses have become painfully acute, while Madeline has become catatonic. That evening, Roderick tells his guest of an old Usher family curse: any time there has been more than one Usher child, all of the siblings have gone insane and died horrible deaths. As the days wear on, the effects of the curse reach their terrifying climax.
The film starring Vincent Price, Mark Damon, Myrna Fahey is directed by Roger Corman. It is about Vincent Price who is the last male in the tragic Usher family. He always is obsessed by murder, crimes of his ancestors so he believes that the death of him and his sister can end everything. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(au) wrote: Overall boring and pretentious? Yes, but the set pieces and the cutesy ending can't be dismissed.
(us) wrote: Sometimes when you are viewing a film, it seems like you are a fly on the wall, witnessing the events as they naturally occur. This can be a definite plus, as it shows how seamlessly actors can suspend the wall between the screen and the viewer, but it can also be a deterrent, as in the case of Cold Weather, the events are so natural and seem so mundane that instead of being real, it becomes almost surreal. Fortunately for me, I had forgotten why I wanted to view this film, other than that Ebert had recommended it. So I had no preconceptions going in, other than the short synopsis that Direct TV gives its films ("a comedy/mystery" now there's a novel concept). The beauty of this film is that, yes, there is a mystery - and I'm not going to say what it is - only that said mystery only begins to unfold half way through the films 100 minute run time. In the meantime you get to know the main characters, by witnessing how they go about their everyday lives. It's reality TV, only it's REAL, not some jumped up, look at me, BS, but actual, understated, this is my daily/weekly routine kind of stuff. Boring? Perhaps, and you keep wondering where the film is headed; but there's a point to it all - giving the film a very quirky tone that is yet another double edged sword - serving it well, but perhaps being too understated for its own good. It's hard to decide. As the film abruptly ended (literally) - I sat and thought for several minutes - yeah, it all worked, the tone, the fabulous "non-acting" of the actors... and yet does an Indie film have to scream Indie at the top of its lungs? In all, the characters are all believable, just regular folks, and there are so many subtle moments where the film seems just right, that I found this a refreshing trip away from Hollywood - note the fact that there is a chase scene ... involving only one car! Said scene, and the setup behind it are perfect examples of "what would you do?" Probably the same things these "regular" folks did - and that's the beauty of it... although the film's abrupt end, while I understood it, left me wanting some kind of resolution - see, I'm brainwashed by Hollywood after all.
(ca) wrote: slow, but interesting. fun animations with toys! a bit creepy at times, and interesting look into loss
(ca) wrote: After saving China Mulan is now a role model to women and children all over China. She is soon to be married to General Shang, when the emperor summons them for a new a mission. With the country on verge of war again, he offers his 3 daughters to be married as means of peace. Mulan and Shang escort them with their original trio of soldiers from the first film. They all fall for each other and they all begin to question following the mission completion instead of following their heart. Although Mulan manages to capture quite a bit of ground in just 1 hour and 20 minutes it of course has nowhere near the scope of the first film. There is no villain of real note, and the main story could be a subplot in what could have been a more legitimate sequel.
(kr) wrote: who wouldnt like this film? free spirited and phil collins carries it with his music
(fr) wrote: worth a watche to complete the classic apes series. Nothing wrong with this apart from budget.
(br) wrote: 29%, are you kidding? This delightfully quirky movie is so witty and charming. From the double entendre to the fantastical love scenes, and unexpected blocking, it's every minute a delight. The husband's complete lack of understanding of anything even remotely sexual ("all over her what?" "her upper chest."); the outlandish self-help mastery of Mr. Tuttle; each character is lovable, even the detectives, and we care about them. This comedy has been vastly overlooked. One of my favorites (and presently streaming on Amazon Prime).
(ag) wrote: Great film, fantastic acting and brilliant direction.
(nl) wrote: A little too cheesey at times, but good for a laugh.
(mx) wrote: Fire Birds is the most awesome and amazing army movie you will ever see!!!