La société du spectacle
Guy Debord's cinematic analysis of consumer society based on his influential book "La société du spectacle" (1967).
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Timothy S (br) wrote: No other genre out there is afraid to cannibalize freely from other films than thrillers and horror movies. Maybe it's because all of the good ideas have already been used, or maybe it's just because filmmakers have become lazy. "Donkey Punch" would like to think it's something special, and it is a lot more graphic and visceral than most. However, it is very derivative at its core, borrowing heavily from films such as "Dead Calm" or "Very Bad Things" only without the tension of the former or the dark humor of the latter. The set-up is quite good, and I was with the film for the first half. I wanted to see where it would go. Unfortunately, writer/director Oliver Blackburn only does the expected, and his feature film debut really isn't all that special. Granted, some of the deaths are spectacularly gruesome (especially the death by flare), but Blackburn carries the whole thing out with precious little visual flair. The pacing is off, and there's too much dialogue when the movie should be growing more frantic. The characters aren't very bright either, and it seems to take them a lot longer to figure things out than the audience. There's some audaciousness here that I liked, from the title to the erotic sex scene, but so much of it is disappointingly routine and ordinary. Frankly, there's no one to root for here, making the whole thing kind of pointless as well. "Donkey Punch" is a film that needed to cut loose bigger and more often than it does, if for no other reason than to set it apart from all the others. It's desperate to be admired, and I did want to like it, but unfortunately it's pretty forgettable.
Darren D (es) wrote: This horror movie had promise but was very disappointing with very little in the scare factor. Not recommended!
goksel t (ag) wrote: this movie which is first movie I watched 2014. it was nice but i didnt devote oneself to this movie cause i didnt understand some issue. however it was nice.
Yase M (nl) wrote: un des rares films que jai ador... quelle profondeur... tourn comme si c tait un documentaire.. on est dedans.. pas descape .. chapeau!... you will remember this movie!
Will M (es) wrote: OK, first of all why so much hate for this movie? In my opinion Jaws 3D was way worse by a mile. And this actually had a pretty decent plot, the shark was well done, and so was that banana boat scene. Ok, now we have got the good stuff out of the way. The acting. Oh god, the acting!!! It was T.E.R.R.I.B.L.E. And that bit when the shark was exploding was poorly done, even the Star Wars (1977) death star explosion was better! Overall, it was stupid, terrible acting, BUT. Entertaining!
Rian C (mx) wrote: Ponderous anti-war film. Ichikawa was graceful in the Burmese Harp. This argument is a little heavy handed. Still, it is shot beautifully, and a lot of the the misery is as graphic and compelling as any I've seen.
Peter G (jp) wrote: Classic 1980's Kung-fu movie... Its got horrible acting and even worse editing, but by God this movie is awesome!
Andrew J (es) wrote: Very disguting and very exciting, if you like violent horror then this is the perfect movie for you!