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Matt M (it) wrote: A young girl gets her whole family into trouble after she lets her boyfriend hide a stash of drugs he stole in her house. After that, brutal scenes of unspeakable violence take place unravel as we discover that the drugs belonged to a group of federal policemen, now extremely angered, who secretly stole them from a cache the army confiscated and burned at a public event. Heli, quite simply paints a worrying and violent picture of Mexico?s violence and drug trafficking. Director Amay Escalante reveals the darker side of mexico by employing an immediate shocking style that is made of graphic brutality and scenes of torture as well as flashes of bizarre humour that make the viewing experience all the more unsettling. Yet, despite the outrageousness of the approach, Escalante shows great skill with his original exploration of the emotional and physical toll taken by such a tense and criminal atmosphere that feels very compelling and most of all frighteningly genuine.
Dan B (ru) wrote: I just saw this last night --and it sucked. The acting was terrible and the plot was thin.....but the videography was pretty cool. If you're into photography or videography, it might be worth watching just to learn some cool techniques, otherwise, this movie pretty much sucks.....oh, and yeah, the doctor's southern accent was unusually painful. I'm from the south and I only know a few people who sound like this guy, so it's a real accent hah.
Jessina V (es) wrote: Kinda funny but damn...acting not so great...
Sean C (it) wrote: It looks like everyone involved in making this had a lot of fun playing up and making idiots of themselves in front of the camera but that's as far as the fun translates. Still Billy Zane gets his shirt off and the director/co-star Alki David doesnt have too bad a body either but otherwise there's little here to get excited about.
Xero B (jp) wrote: A modern Japanese fairy tail... on LSD. Very engaging. There isn't very much Japanese language in this which is good because if you don't speak Japanese there are no subtitles either. The power of good filmmaking carry the day, however. Highly recommended for children and adults alike.
Francesca W (es) wrote: I think my favourite part was the near the ending; had to watch it twice. Made the confusing plot worth it. I liked the sheep wall too.
Jonathan D (ru) wrote: I liked it, not sure why. Verisimilitude perhaps.
unknown c (jp) wrote: Awful. It's a film that wants to be silly but comes as annoying. It's tries to make the humans cartoony but it doesn't work because we're humans and not animated drawings. It wants to be a good movie but fails pretty badly.
Charperrin W (ru) wrote: This is a funny comedy and one of my fav Mel Brooks movies!
Matt H (es) wrote: A pretty solid movie I feel could have been better, though I'm not sure how. Perhaps it's a little too "cold." Weaver and Caine work well together, but none of the other characters stand out.
My Neighbor Jess (au) wrote: The genesis of the buddy cop movie...? I'm not sure, but it's one of the best if not the best! Love it!
Cludio G (br) wrote: A minha infncia foi com esses filmes tambm
Jeff B (ca) wrote: I thought this was well-directed and interesting.
Forrest F (gb) wrote: Despite the reviews i was shocked at how good this movie was and found it very enjoyable. I did not see the end coming at all.
Bruiser B (it) wrote: Sat through the whole thing, didn't laugh once. Is it because I don't smoke weed that these movies don't work for me? This Is The End falls into that category of movies like Super Troopers and How High that your stoner buddies rave about but are really kind of lame. I dunno. if you like Pineapple Express and Sausage Party, you'll probably dig this but I'm kind of done with the Rogan Franco thing at this point.Oh yeah, Jonah Hill gets raped by a demon. Comedy gold.
Jonathan P (es) wrote: An otherwise mediocre noir film Lonely Hearts is saved by the astounding performance of Selma Hayek and the equally impressive showing of the immensely talented Jared Leto. Travolta and Gandolfini are present and accounted for but without the awkward relationship between Hayek and Leto Lonely Hearts wouldn't have anything at all going for it.