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Gabriela E (au) wrote: you are trying to figure out how this ex college student is trying to kill the present students but don't know why till the end. what happened to her is sad more wrong but my thought was how they portrayed the fact that she was mad and trying to get revenge for what happened but to who was she really trying to seek revenge on. i mean she is a ghost that kils through a mirror.
Bengel W (gb) wrote: American women, yet again proving that they are really stupid and not worth the time and effort required in birth, feeding, teaching and maturing make this film one to pass on. Sex, Drink, Drugs and texting add to the mix of stupidity showing that the freedoms enjoyed in the USA are not really worth it, if this is the kind of lifestyle produced is the mainstay of this film. Nibbles: Vegetable Loaf.
EightThirty (kr) wrote: 19/06/2010 (DVD)I did like the movie but it was hard to watch, and I mean visually, it was like trying too see through a fogged up window, if you want to know what I mean then just check out the actual cover... the whole movie is like that!The movie was surprisingly short which left me clueless because the ending to me didn't resolve anything. However, I do believe this story had something and could of been a hit but because of the length and the animation visuals there was very little development in story telling, so what could of been a powerful ending just left me unsatisfied.I don't know what the animation creators were trying to achieve but I guess ideas wouldn't evolve if we didn't experiment.
Keenan S (fr) wrote: 3-Iron is an unusual and beautiful love story. Even by the standards of an unusual director, 3-Iron is still a particularly odd entry in his filmography. But, like his other films I've seen, 3-Iron is still an incredible achievement that has a profound effect, despite its quiet demeanor and seemingly simplistic premise.The plot focuses on a man named Tae-suk, who breaks into people's home to stay for the night, rather than to steal stuff. Not only does he stay in these homes, but if he finds something broken, he will also fix it as a thank you to his unknowing innkeepers.One day, he breaks into a mansion which he believes to be empty, but it turns out not to be empty. As he goes about his routine, he is watched by a woman named Sun-hwa, a battered wife trapped in a horrible marriage who is harassed by her husband over phone messages.Once Tae-suk realizes he is not home alone, he pretends to leave the home, but in reality hides in the backyard, waiting for Sun-hwa's abusive husband to come home. When he does, and he immediately begins abusing his wife, Tae-suk attacks him by hitting golf balls at him with a golf club.When he leaves, Sun-hwa decides to join him despite knowing nothing about him and participates and immerses herself in his bizarre routines of breaking into homes and fixing items. Despite some minor scrapes with the occupants of an apartment, things seem to go okay for a little while until they break into the apartment of a dead man.Upon finding the dead man, the couple buries him, but since the dead man's relatives haven't heard from him for days, two relatives stop by the apartment and call the police on the couple, and they are arrested on suspicion of murder. Sun-hwa is sent back to her husband, but Tae-suk is held in custody for burglary and other charges (After it is determined the dead man wasn't murdered, but died of lung cancer), and with the money funded by Sun-hwa's husband, the authorities keep Tae-suk behind bars.Despite imprisonment, Tae-suk attempts to find a way to get back to Sun-hwa, and proves that sometimes, not even in the walls of a prison can keep people apart.The story is very interesting, and as this is a Kim Ki-Duk film, it is deceptively simple on the surface, but offers a great deal more to the viewer should they choose to explore it, including the mysterious elements that accompany his films. The characters, while they rarely speak to one another, feel richly developed and intriguing, despite the viewers knowing so little about them. The story was always fascinating, no matter where it went, and it's easily among the best romance films I've ever seen because of its compelling story and more.The acting is also pretty damn good, especially as the actors are mostly forced to rely on expressions and actions, rather than dialogue. This is another usual trademark of the director, and once again, he gets the actors to pull off a feat that many directors would never be able to get the actors to do. Even in silence, the actors pull off amazing and compelling performances that made it difficult to look away from the screen.3-Iron is a film well worth watching if you love a good romance film or a good unusual film. It's certainly unlike anything you'll ever see, and it pulls off its quirky premise with ease. It's a strange, compelling, and engaging romance film, and yet another triumph for Kim Ki-Duk.
Michelle P (au) wrote: Not a very good baseball movie.
Joetaeb D (ag) wrote: Osmosis Jones has an intriguing premise, and strong animated sequences. But is let down a tad much by it's awkward live action sequences and being a bit too referential for it's own good.
Michael C (au) wrote: Call of Cthulhu: 9/10 Rotten Tomatoes needs to add Call of Cthulhu to their movie database, great little indie flick. No, I didn't get some super virus and watch movies all weekend, I've been dragging a few of these out over the past 3 weeks so I finally finished them up. Memories is the kind of Anime I look forward too. A cell based movie is always betting looking than one that has CGI shoe-horned in. I only wish I would have caught it 10 years ago instead of just now. Anyway, its 3 different stories, all with a sci-fi outer limits feel to them. I'd say the first one was the best. While Steamboy left a bad taste in my mouth, Memories completely invigorated me. Dagon is another HP Lovecraft adaptation (yeah, I go through this kind of stuff around Halloween for a while ), and it's a mixed bag. The acting is horrible, I mean really forced kind of acting. But the setting, makeup and customs and general plot is pretty cool. The little bit of CGI is pretty cheesy though. Call of Cthulhu is great because they marketted it as a 'classic 20's film' when really, they had absolutly no budget. But thats not to say they didn't to a terrific job. They stuck to the story, and it came off pretty creepy. It really does feel like an old silent film, and the sets they created were cool. Lots of good extra's too. If your a fan of the Mythos its worth checking out. $25 is a tad pricey for a 50 minute movie though. Notice Star Wars is missing? No rating? There is a reason. I'm still too emotionally confused about it to even say if I loved it or hated it. Parts of it I really liked, and parts of it I found pointless and wish they didn't exist. I didn't find the wookie scenes that cool, and I really detest the fact that George can't leave the original trilogy characters out of the pre-quals. It's like he knows the new trilogy can't stand on its own vapid characters so he has to keep reminding us why we like star wars by whoring out R2D2, C3PO and others. It doesn't make sense or add to the plot, it only confuses things. Okay, enough of that.
Bill K (kr) wrote: Terrible movie. Confusing story with the actors speaking robotically, laughable gore, boring deaths, static camera angles, forgetable killer...you get the idea. The awful 80's fashion is the single watchable thing. Pass.
Adam E (br) wrote: It bored me out of my mind, Hoskins is terrific and the story is not bad, the pacing is dreadful though and by the time it got anywhere, I didn't care anymore.
Gordon D (fr) wrote: Who wrote that description?? It doesn't remotely do justice to the film. Dersu is not in the least "eccentric" and it was a Russian, not a Soviet surveying party in the early 20th century. This is a very moving story of cross-cultural friendship and learning, set for the most part in a harsh environment where co-operation is the only way to survive. Maxim Munzuk, who plays Dersu, does a brilliant job.
Gwen H (jp) wrote: Horrible, brutal, violent, disgusting.
Greg S (au) wrote: A tender-hearted secretary and a bribe-refusing Quaker unwisely make enemies of the sadistic and unscrupolous warden (Boris Karloff) of London's notorious 18th century asylum, Bedlam. Good hearted if a bit preachy historical drama, but Karloff is always fun to watch and cuts through the treacle whenever he's onscreen.
Zahid C (nl) wrote: Day: TuesdayDate: 1 Jul 2014Time: 10.00 pmWith: MaaOn: HDTV
Paul D (ag) wrote: Moody cop-thriller, which is pretty much all about Morse's mindset. The plot gets convoluted towards its end.
Joey G (kr) wrote: One of the most underrated comedies of all time. Joe Pesci is hilarious and the film is loaded with one liners.