Nightmares in Red, White and Blue: The Evolution of the American Horror Film
An exploration of the appeal of horror films, with interviews of many legendary directors in the genre.
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Russell G (fr) wrote: I thought this would be better with a strong cast that includes: Owen Wilson, Paul Rudd, Reese Witherspoon, Jack Nicholson and Kathryn Hahn. It is an enjoyable sweet story, but the characters are a problem. No matter how great a cast is they cannot cover up poorly written characters. Witherspoon's character is too stern and tough to like. Paul Rudd is a very likable actor, but his melodramatic character is annoying and just too much to deal with. The only enjoyable character is Owen Wilson's professional baseball player. He is lovably stupid and good-natured, but he is also cluelessly selfish. It is an interesting twist on the "other guy" jerk type role. The story takes longer than it should to set in then it should, but eventually it starts to make sense and builds some momentum. There are some nice patches of humor, but it also goes for long boring draughts. Overall, it is not as clever as it wants to be, the storytelling lacks clarity, and these characters never really work.
Francois D (ru) wrote: Rather predictable, everyone knew Keith and Megan was the main suspects it just turned out Megan wasn't who we thought she was.
Evan M (nl) wrote: An absolutely stellar documentary on the history of surfing. Whether you're a fan or if you've never surfed a day in your life, you can't deny the brilliance of this film. Bravo.
Ashanti P (nl) wrote: i just love this movie
Chelsea S (fr) wrote: Kirsten's only good movie but still no facial expressions
Melanie R (es) wrote: Jon Heder AND Dax Shepard - gotta be goofy.
Jette N (ru) wrote: As a Dane I feel proud, that You people like this film so much
bob l (br) wrote: Death metal shit that made no sense.
Brad G (br) wrote: Gotta say, this was a completely horrifying little documentary. No two ways about it. Scared me to death. Amazed we're still here folks. VF.
Tiffany Z (us) wrote: Bizarre AND fabulous!
Andrew L (jp) wrote: I didn't expect much from this movie. It's as cheesy and homoerotic as the cartoon so faithfulness is good in that sense. The special effects are a boor. This movie either ranks in the "guilty pleasure" or "it's so bad it's good" territory.
gary t (de) wrote: well umn just seen this movie 4 the 1st time n think that this is a good movie 2 watch........its got a good cast of actors/actressess throughout this movie........i think that charles fawcett, gertrude flynn, piero giagnoni, alexis minotis, laurence naismith, jorge mistral, alan ladd, sophia loren, clifton webb play good roles/parts throughout this movie..........i think that laurence smith, jorge mistral, alan ladd were great throughout this movie............i think that the director of this classics/adventure/romance movie had done a good job of directing this movie because you never know what 2 expect throughout this movie.............i think that this is a good classics movie 2 watch its got a good cast thorughout this movie n its a really enjoyable adventure movie
revolver c (gb) wrote: [font=Courier New]This is a heart-breaking movie starring Henry Fonda and the angelic Sylvia Sydney, made in 1937. This movie is inspired by a true pair of lovers on the run, Bonnie and Clyde. Henry Fonda is a man with a dark past who is framed for something he didn't do, ending up in a frightening escape and a race across the border from the police. I won't give anything away, but don't expect a fluffy ending. This movie lacks a lot of conviction, though it does tend to bring a tear to the eye. I semi-recommend it.[/font]