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Ed C (ru) wrote: Folie deux (Induced delusional disorder (F.24) ICD-10) is in the literature; wikipedia has a nice article about it. However, this is the worst vanity indie film I've seen in months.One line summary: Two defective children are bad for each other and those around them.---------------------------In the first half or so of the film, we follow Noah around as he tries to remember his past. He's lost much of his memory in some acute personal event. Several people assure him that this is a good thing. He looks for Emily, finds her, gets past her thorny personality and direct resistance to visiting the past.Supposedly Emily and Noah are linked by a psychiatric disorder which lets them know each other's minds. Even worse, they see visions of bad things happening to those around them. It's tough for Noah to recall. For similar reasons, it's tough for Emily as well. Even worse, they are not able to ward off the bad things happening.The first such event was when they were around eight years old; the second around when they were high school seniors. The first was a bus crash. The two of them recuperate, more or less, in the same hospital. The second was a fire, the culmination of a sequence of unfortunate events during late high school.All this is nonsense, and assigned to folie deux, or induced delusional disorder. In this case, "She's crazy and made me do it," or "He's crazy and made me do it." The simpler explanation is "He is crazy and she is crazy." So, own up to it and get them off the streets: two crazy people are over-indulged and allowed to hurt others unnecessarily.--------Scores--------- Cinematography: 10/10 Fine work. Amazingly good considering the foulness of the screenplay and most of the acting. Sound: 10/10 No problems. Acting: 3/10 The veteran actor Bruce McGill delivered as usual. The rest of the cast was terrible. The two principals were the worst. The three points are for Mr. McGill. Screenplay: 0/10 This was a rat's nest of nonsense of endless re-interpretations. The script is as bad as the acting of the two principals. There is about five minutes of content stretched over 85 minutes. Rotten Tomatoes got it right at 11%.
Ian C (nl) wrote: this fucking guy lol
Sean C (fr) wrote: I was expecting this to be a one joke concept that would flag after twenty minutes. I was pleased to be proved wrong, it was a lot more fun than I would have imagined. Loved the new version of Patrick Hernandez' Born to Be Alive!
Juan Diego L (it) wrote: Al principio es lenta, pero cuando se empieza a destapar la trama se vuelve interesante, las actuaciones con casuales, lo que ms llama la atencin es la historia.
Ben R (fr) wrote: Meh.....its not good but not terribly bad either and that's pretty much all I have to say about this.
oneil p (ca) wrote: sexy movie................
F B (jp) wrote: Good film and to some degree I was able to follow despite it's rather interesting storyline
Joseph B (au) wrote: The depths that Johnny (Peter Breck) would go to in order to win a Pulitzer Prize is remarkable. He would risk his health and sanity for an award to boost his career. He even drags his girlfriend Cathy (Constance Towers) into the abyss with him. Johnny poses as a mental patient in order to gain admittance to a mental institution to solve a murder. This is the basis of Samuel Fuller's 1963 film "Shock Corrider."Johnny is coached by an imminent psychiatrist to appear insane and to fabricate stories of incest with his "sister" unwittingly played by his girlfriend. Three witnesses witness the murder. All three were productive members of society until the stresses of war, bigotry and nuclear war regressed them into thinking they were Confederate soldiers, Ku Klux Klan members and six year old kids. Johnny is able to receive information from the three in little periods of time when they become rational before they fall apart again into a case of their delusions.This is masterfully directed by Samuel Fuller and it's a shocking, disturbing film that shows in 100 minutes how fragile the human mind can be at times.
Ross V (nl) wrote: Great start, weak finish
Leonardo P (de) wrote: It gives the audience what it needs. That's it! It doesn't fools anybody. The guy is a retired Spy who's daughter was kidnapped...... What do you thinks is this going to be? A good movie to watch though.
Nestor A (gb) wrote: I enjoyed this movie quite a bit. It's loosely based on the Forsyth book by the same name, but as always, the movie would have to be 9 hours long to get the whole book in. Walken as mercenary right after his Oscar and long before the "uncomfortable hunk of metal" is fun to watch. What the movie lacks in pace, it makes up for at the climax.
Aidan H (au) wrote: Really good animated film some stuff made no sense though.
Alexander P (br) wrote: Demi Moore looks incredible as a stripper, but the movie fails right down the line. None of the book's humor has made it onto the screen. Skip it.