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jay n (mx) wrote: Some nice effects but by and large SO very stupid.
Cameron D (mx) wrote: La Casa Muda is a "one-shot" film about a girl named Laura, who must help her father cleaning out an old house, so the owner can sell it and move on. Here Laura begins to hear noises and is then trapped inside the house with an unknown attacker. Laura must find a way to break free and survive what could be her final night in the house. I'm going to make this one pretty short and sweet. This movie is probably one of the worst movies I've seen in a long time. I knew from the opening shot, where Laura is walking through an open field as the credits begin to flush out, that this was going to be a boring movie. Since the movie is again, shot in one take (so they say) I realized that I have to sit through this entire, long, pacing walk to the house that is not in the near distance. Watching a character and everything they do for 86 minutes isn't the best form of entertainment. The movie is slow, often confusing, which I understand it's supposed to be at times, but even as the conclusion is made it's still confusing as to what's fully going on. The characters become very annoying, as a viewer you don't care for them. They're either stupid or just not good people. Now I don't believe in giving movies ZERO STARS because when reviewing a film I like to think about everyone involved in the film making process, so this one star goes out to everyone behind the scenes and everyone who put forth effort into making the film. But as for the movie itself, the movie as a whole, don't put yourself through the pains of watching this movie, it's not worth your time.
Dylan D (ru) wrote: Hulk vs. Thor and Hulk vs. Wolverine represent easy, entertaining, and well-done animated superhero action. Neither movie is deep; they're both just superficial fun, leaving nothing to the imagination and requiring no thought. Both movies are excellent quick-fixes of action that hold good replay value thanks to plots that never become mired in contrivances or more than a minute or two of downtime, all the while maintaining strong yet straightforward story lines that move the action along nicely.
EpicLadySponge t (mx) wrote: It returns the idea for something never been done a long time ago, but clearly it wasn't what I wanted but it still works anyways.
Mari J (fr) wrote: nice....goood... okkk
Julia S (br) wrote: This movie is added to my list of films that I move out of the romcom category so I can still proudly declare that I hate all romatic comedies. It was smart, never sentimental, and the casting is great.
Michael L (gb) wrote: Oh my God! Beautiful!
Robert H (ca) wrote: Another Full Moon movie with puppets? Of course! Hideous is one of those Full Moon films that doesn't quite scream awesome but is still much better than a lot of the films they put out. The acting is way over the top camp and the entire concept of the film is one that I don't think any sane person would have come up with. Everything about the film screams garbage but it still manages to entertain in that campy popcorn flick way.
Jen G (au) wrote: I have yet to see this.
David D (es) wrote: "Sweet suffering ..."
(mx) wrote: Love Elvis and love the movie.
Diane R (de) wrote: Cardboard characters in an inaccurate depiction of history as video game. Effective moments are few and very far between.