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Jephrie B (ag) wrote: Movie that you keep saying to yourself "when is this two day trip over?!"
Luke K (mx) wrote: Let the Right One In is an incredible, confidently subversive piece of filmmaking unlike anything I have seen before or since. This Swedish horror film is a unique take on the vampire genre with plenty of horrific sequences, but at its core the film is about a romance/friendship that blossoms between young loner Oskar, played by Kare Hedebrant, and his new vampire neighbour Eli, played by Lina Leandersson. Both child actors (both 13 at the time) deliver mesmerising, multi-layered and mature performances that far exceed their years - convincingly portraying the tragically beautiful and relatable kinship that develops between these two lonely souls. Perhaps the most striking element of Let the Right One In is it's undeniably intoxicating atmosphere. With the backdrop of snowy 1980s Stockholm, the film uses sparse shots of open scenery, bare composition and a very minimalistic soundscape in order to tap into an eerie sense of loneliness, sadness and isolation that you can't help let consume you. The film unfolds at its own slow, meticulous pace with long shots and minimal dialogue; showing rather than telling as the bullied Oskar develops his first meaningful friendship with Eli.Alfredson expertly balances horror, drama and romance, implicating themes of childhood innocence and love within the realm of horror, violence and natural cruelty. The understated performances of the two leads give weight and investment to the onscreen romance, and the chilling, brutal savagery that takes place around them packs a more visceral and emotional punch as we desperately root for these characters to find the warmth and happiness in each other that they long for within such a cold and lonely world.Let the Right One In is in a league of its own as a profoundly poetic and haunting film that reminds us of the depth that can be achieved within the horror genre.
bill s (gb) wrote: Boy have Kilmer and Slater's stars faded and it sure was not helped in this underwhelming loose remake.
Sheridan P (nl) wrote: Painful to watch, being S African. No-one ever knows the real story in situations like that unless they were there. Horrible for both sides :(
Gabby D (it) wrote: tehee ill admit yes ive seen it.
Don N (ca) wrote: Four segments held together by Tim Roth acting like Jerry Lewis. Only 2 are enjoyable or very memorable.
Mohammad A (it) wrote: i like this film and i wish i can see it because it is wonderful film and i like this kind of films
Quincy T (gb) wrote: Adam Green would probably better off making Hatcher 4 or actual documentary of his work. Digging Up The Marrow is an average found footage film with reliance of authenticity as film makers find an odd conspiracy theory. It gets a bit too meta with inside joke and backstage production, but there isn't much excitement since more than half of the content is simple bantering. What few scares it has are only half effective and numbingly too late. Plot involves a real production house, they are called by a strange old man claiming that he has seen another world filled with monsters. Adam Green and his colleagues investigate this story with generous amount of interviews and vague camera shots. Since it's a mockumentary, genuine reaction might contribute more, but as the story progresses the yelling and debating become stale incredibly fast. Script is more true to life, yet it's often too sporadic to form any suspense.The better part of the film is behind-the-scene features. It's nice to see more of the assembly parts of filmmaking, be that artistic design, editing process or a few nit bits from comic-con. Whereas the horror plot isn't that appealing or convincing in any way. Unfortunately, there is hefty amount of the playtime that's allocated for this horror tale which lacks real tension. There are a couple of good moments, but even those are expected gimmick other found footage films have already done, and ironically the film itself is aware of this.Camera work is not great, it predictably uses first person view or some manners of CCTV. The most agonizing part of this subgenre, shots in the dark and shaky cam are also presented here. Although some of the effects could build the atmosphere, but halfway point after hearing multiple banters the film becomes tedious. If it's a complicated way to show passion for the work, there has to be better ways to convey that message. A montage of authentic production from old films would be more fascinating than pseudo horror like this.
Charles D (nl) wrote: Hilarious, memorable, touching. Amazing characters. Absolutely nails the emotions of breakup, rebound, and forgetting. Amazing chemistry between cast - and to too it off the musical pieces are excellent- catchy, hilarious, and develoos the characters.
Eli D (jp) wrote: Inception exceeds the limit to how original and entertaining a film can be.
Deepinder S (kr) wrote: this movie was great
Brad E (fr) wrote: Only a good movie from the sense that you are a baseball fan and are interested in Japanese baseball. Otherwise it's clunky and kind of dumb.
Jake Z (it) wrote: A gorgeous modern masterpiece of unshakeable power.