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Tane S (ru) wrote: Hands down the best movie I've ever seen. Have never gone online to review a movie before and this was worth it.
Eva M (mx) wrote: The amazing visuals would make this a fabulous nature documentary even if it just described the lives of bees. Unfortunately the realities it describes also make it heartbreaking and quite scary.
Andy F (jp) wrote: It's hugely flawed but there's enough inventiveness in the film to make it a worthwhile watch. The director tries for shots and ingenuity that never quite comes off, but there's just about enough in Seconds Apart to raise it above generic horror.
William R (us) wrote: A fine thematic action thriller that's fin to watch with De Niro and Travolta on screen trying to kill one another
Carreh R (es) wrote: Raw and real. Loved it. An Austrian woman goes to Kenya for a holiday and, along with some travel mates, partakes of far more then beach chairs and sun. A realistic look at the very high cost of love for rent and of colonial exploitation.
rick r (gb) wrote: The synopsis is this:In a big American city, the serial killer The Picasso Killer is terrorizing the dwellers and the police department does not have lead to find him. The bartender Christie Wallace dreams on moving to the countryside with her six year-old daughter Zoe to have a peaceful life far from the violence of the city. Late night of Christmas Eve, Christie leaves the Tides Bar where she works and walks back home. In an alley, she sees a woman dying covered on blood and The Picasso Killer sees Christie and chases her. She runs to a commercial building where the night watchman Wade is reluctant to open the door and does not give credit to Christie. She calls the police and Detectives Stefan Kerchek and Lawrence Kellog attend the call. When Christie tells that she can recognize the infamous serial-killer, there is a blackout, the phones are dead and the detectives cannot call the precinct. They lock the building waiting for reinforcement but sooner they find that The Picasso Killer has broken in the building and their lives are in danger.The other night I could not get sleepy! No matter how many boring infomercials I watched or sedatives I took I just could not get my mind and eyes to the point of groggy. Luckily I pay a ridiculous price for cable and receive on demand as well for over exaggerated premium channels. The one upside to these little additives of life are the off chance that something I have not seen may cross by the screen. Well lo and behold finely after what seemed like hours of surfing I found something that intrigued me. "Fall Down Dead" - a movie about a serial killer who found artistic vision in carving and displaying beautiful women in an attempt to create his masterpiece and life's achievement.I only recognized one person in this film- well two actually. David Carradine and Udo Kier. Now Udo is like awesome to me because he played my all time favorite vamp in Andy Warhol's "Dracula". I can still close my eyes and see him fall to the floor jerking and writhing while trying to lick up virgin blood from the floor of a french chteau.This film - "Fall Down Dead" was actually pretty good. The characters were not exaggerated nor over written. Sometimes they can come off cartoonish or not so believable. David Carradine did somewhat but luckily his characters presence was short. The heroin played by Dominique Araine, who is a single mother living with her young daughter and a female roommate accidentally walks up on one of the Picasso Killers scenes while he is still doing his thing. He immediately sees her as the woman of his true inspiration and chases her into an office building during the city's rolling blackouts. She has it rough! First a bum she gives coffee too because it is Christmas Eve and she fills sorry for him tries to steal her purse after she gets off work then a serial killer takes a liking to her and hunts her down.Now this would make a perfect Christmas film for future holidays because it does happen on Christmas Eve. Anyway, lady has to fight for her life because the killer gets into the building with her, two cops that were supposed to be on a drug bust but decided to call it a night when the call came in about a killing, the security guard played by Carradine-who is like the worlds oldest slacker rent a cop, and three employees of the buildings business.So one by one the killer without much ado or dialog takes out the sheeple . The deaths are gory and in your face. The Picasso Killer is only artistic when it comes to his muses in this pic. The others just get slash-o-rama treatment familiar in any horror film. This film is a great slasher and serial killer style flick reminiscent of many 80's styled films like "New York Ripper". This film is a good thriller based film with descent acting and slasher styled gore so I say watch it and enjoy!
Jon H (jp) wrote: Very interesting documentary on the scene, but skimmed too quickly over certain periods, I thought the fact that Thurston Moore was talking, they might take a longer look at the No Wave movement. You can't put everyone in though! But I must say I was disappointed in the lack of Crass.. but then they seemed to be against everything else in England at the time.Anyhow, good documentary. Henry rollins is a riot as usual.
Ash K (it) wrote: Weird and twisted and I surprisingly enjoyed it.
John D (gb) wrote: standard ousider saves small town from evil people through the use of martial arts movie... and about as bad as all such movies are.
Eachan H (mx) wrote: I recently re-watched this with my daughters and realized that I had forgotten how good this movie was! I originally saw it when I was 13 years old and there were still some scenes that had me on the edge of my seat. Well acted by all actors.
Rodney E (us) wrote: Having seen this many times in the old videostore back in the day in the horror section I wanted to see this but never did. Maybe it was the kind of clowny yet Crowish eye makeup by the guy on the cover. Well I finally saw this and it was a huge bore. I really do not understand why this was in the horror section back then when it could easily have been in the action section..well ok more near the Mad Max movies, which this sucks heavily compared to in terms of car action. Some of the ideas were cool but even having a run time of less than an hour and a half there wasn't much going on and this is pretty much a dud. Dead end drive in? More like dead end movie that went nowhere.
Jose Miguel G (jp) wrote: An ok entry in the franchise, with a forgettable villain, but a good performance by Roger Moore.
Julien B (gb) wrote: Un film noir japonais(!), entre le James Bond et le pop art. Une satire efficace des "conventions cinmatographiques" et de la socit (du crime) japonaise. Rien a ajouter, un film culte. 4.PS: Non, Tarentino n'a rien invent.
Brian S (fr) wrote: A movie with some cool ups but also some unfortunate downs. It's goofy, dumb fun, and it's entertaining enough, bu the main down of this film, that I really hated, is everytime a zombie or person gets shot, it gets all CGI and shit, and the CGI in this movie is just awful, it feels like a Syfy film. They should've just stuck to the classic Romero special effects. This film also reminds me a lot of Shaun f the Dead (2004), which was a masterpiece. In you're looking for goofy and gory fun, this is the flick for you!!
Ahmad J (fr) wrote: This movie definitely has its flaws but the story and great fight scenes make up for them as far as I'm concerned.