Macon County Line

Macon County Line

A vengeful Southern sheriff is out for blood after his wife is brutally killed by a pair of drifters. Low-budget film set in Georgia in 1953 and based on fact.

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Becky S (de) wrote: Muffin Top is a completely enjoyable movie; it treats women's insecurities with humor in a most knowing way. I can't remember seeing a movie where the experience of watching it together with others was such a good time as a "live" event, not just going to a movie and sitting in the dark anonymously.

wedstarfish 8 (au) wrote: Lake Placid 2 is one of the worst films of all time. It is poorly edited, fake, stupid, and boring. This made for television flick is awful and totally not worth your time.

Jacob G (jp) wrote: What is it with Christian filmmakers and making poor movies? Ok, I understand low budget--that's not a problem. But the acting is just--pathetic. Which really has nothing to do with low-budget. Plenty of indie films use unknown actors who look like they've got more experience than a high school play. And the archaic use of flashbacks and slow-motion makes this movie feel like it was filmed in the early 90s, not a product of the later 00's.As a terrible movie, though, it does has its purpose--an ironic LOL viewing. Tacked on to a viewing of the film Adaptation (in which one of the characters, Donald Kaufman, writes a movie script called "The Three"), it is funny to see how close Thr3e's plot is to the one outlined by Donald. But the similarities are (probably) coincidence: the Christian entertainment industry doesn't really see value in ripping off obscure films--so they set their eyes on the big money-makers. Which in this case seems to be the Saw franchise. Except, of course, without the cleverness, gore, and thought-provoking monologues. Se7en seems to be a popular comparison point, too, and I can see that for the riddle aspect (and the title), although that is a weaker influence.If you want a good time, watch Adaptation., then break out the booze and play a drinking game while watching Thr3e. Every time Laura Jordan (actress who plays Samantha) pushes out/pouts her lips, take a shot. I don't know if it was a directorial decision to have her lips pout so often (because they thought it would look attractive?) or if she did it on her own (because she thought it would look attractive?), but it's ridiculous, and totally shot-worthy.

Jaysin H (au) wrote: A nice blending of 3 infamous hitchcock films, this movie presents an interesting tribute to the greatest suspense director of all time. Overall i see it as more of a tribute to Rear Window than any other film, it tells the story of a voyeuristic college student who observes his neighbor through his appartment window and watches as a plot develops that he feels is suspiciously like the story in "Strangers on a train". on the whole it feels like a respectful tribute despite directly lifting a few things directly from the films in whose spirit this one was made.

Diane R (ca) wrote: It is just so sweet!

James H (us) wrote: This is an awful comedy that I made me laugh twice in the whole film. And that's not even laugh out loud either, just small giggles. Ben Stiller is annoyingly unfunny and although the average joes are likeable. It's not enough to make up for the horrendous script and predictability.

Mad M (br) wrote: The movie is about a crazy artist.... The movie shows how he paints stuff without hiding...that was really interesting.... Either he really is a good painter or he has been well trained to do the stuff that he does in the movie.

Stephanie G (ru) wrote: Not sure about this film eventhough I couldnt stop watchng. It was really difficult to watch some of the scenes but i found it difficult to look away. Not really my type of film, had to follow....but the acting wasnt too bad. It takes some actress to act this way.

Countess N (nl) wrote: I used to have a pet house frog so watching this would probably make me cry even though this is about toads not frogs.

Tom K (us) wrote: Worth the seven hours.

Thadd C (ru) wrote: I dare you to watch this. You will regret it!

Kelly P (us) wrote: This was a cute movie for children. I have no critiques.

Ryan B (ag) wrote: One of my favorites of the summer, amazing visual effects. Especially since it's in my hometown of Chicago. At a time you'll feel the bad guys have won. Storyline a bit confusing at times but it's the action that beats it.

Simon T (fr) wrote: If Eric Rohmer had ever become an animator he might have concocted Anomalisa, a slow and characteristically off-kilter black comedy about loneliness and love in a vast anonymous hotel in a twilight big city, performed entirely by stop-motion puppets voiced by David Thewlis, Jennifer Jason Leigh and - as every other character - Tom Noonan. It's very dry, very true, very odd.