Where beasts feared to tread, he made it his home; Where the scorching sun could not reach, he shined in the cold bloodedness. Where the police never managed to catch him, he always killed ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Where beasts feared to tread, he made it his home; Where the scorching sun could not reach, he shined in the cold bloodedness. Where the police never managed to catch him, he always killed
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Faley A (ag) wrote: Fact bazed movies always fascinates me if its making was good and realistic.. this one was no exception. Loved this movie .
Theresa J (jp) wrote: Excellent funny zombie movie.
Codie E (es) wrote: A very likeable if too slight a film. Enjoyable performances and solid direction.
Fabio d (ca) wrote: Cinematographically speaking it's a perfect exemple of how to do films with low budgets and criative ideas. It is shocking, maybe could you get sick while watching this. But makes you think about it, and you don't have to watch it if you're "a soft one" because advises you before the "climax" of the film just at the end. Gaspar No is an intelligent filmmaker. He could shock the audience with emotions like hate (Just read some comments about the film), fear, insecurity and also, sometimes, you could understand the pain of the character. You're not like him. But you can understand him a little. Quoting Samuel Fuller " Film is like a battleground... Love, hate, action, violence, death. In one word, emotion!".
Brandon S (fr) wrote: Lacking in some areas but still enjoyable. Awesome finale!
John B (au) wrote: Any movie where hair loss signifies both aging and psychosis has to be pretty decent.
JonLuc A (it) wrote: The first James Bond film, released back in 1962, is a great start for the long running series. It's interesting to see how mild-mannered everything is, given how lavish the productions would later become. Sean Connery is perfect as Bond, managing to make the character tough, charming and thoroughly likeable all at the same time, which isn't easy to do (e.g Roger Moore or Daniel Craig). The first Bond girl, Ursula Andress, is one of the most iconic, as is the villain, the film's namesake (Joseph Wiseman). Sure, it's not the most exciting entry in the series, but it's well acted, briskly paced and has some choice action scenes as well (Bond himself surprisingly takes a beating here and there, but he proves he can dish it out twice as hard). A quieter, more pensive film than most that followed, Dr. No is a must see for anyone interested in the Bond series.
chris d (au) wrote: The cinematography is absolutely insane & innovative even through today.... great acting, blown away by this movie.
Devon Courtney K (nl) wrote: Poor W.C. Fields. I'm sorry he was forced to work with Mae West at the end of her rope and her schtick AND the wicked witch from the wizard of oz looking as ugly and as wicked as ever. When W.C. wasn't on the screen I was mostly confused, Who exactly is Mae West talking to?
Max T (de) wrote: It had a lot of potential, but it's to far up it's own to use any of it. As it progress it seems more of a mediocre film school movie made by the "Starbucks worker" stereotype, than by someone with genuine passion and drive to make movies.It also features one of the worst and most pretentious homages to Kubrick I've ever seen.