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Connor G (ag) wrote: The characterrs are endearingly written, making this quite a bit of fun to watch.
Anubhav M (au) wrote: Nice storyline and the special horror effects will send chills down your spine. Must watch.
Him C (it) wrote: Actually, it's a combination of "documentary" and "mockumentary". I guess quite a few characters are "real", and another characters are acted by actors. I know the Director, Jia Zhang Ke, is trying to explore the change of the ideology of Chinese by telling a story of "420 Arsenal" . However, I don't like the way of presentation.
Leena L (es) wrote: There truly are rotten things in small towns..... and once you get in... you just cannot leave....
Deishal D (us) wrote: GO NARUTOOO! WOOO! DATTEBAYO!!
Benjamin A (jp) wrote: decent, although I'll probably draw a blank if you asked me about it next month
M C (jp) wrote: A surprisingly worthy sequel with smart writing and good cinematography. Not as scary as the first, but still quite good. 64/100
Julian K (nl) wrote: My favorite Xmas movie. Saw it when i was a kid and loved it. Baught it last year.
Corey C (jp) wrote: A wonderful comic fantasy, and my favorite Albert Brooks film (though I haven't seen MODERN ROMANCE yet).
KarlJohan L (nl) wrote: Typisk amerikansk collegefilm hvor man m gjre saker og ting for bli opptatt i jentegjengen. Denne gangen er det overnatting i mausoleum som str p tapetet. Men her gr jo alt selvsagt ikke etter planen. En grei grsser.
Matt A (fr) wrote: ''NO WIRE HANGARS!!!!!!!'' Controversial biopic of the late Joan Crawford. Faye Dunnaway is both captivating and disturbing. This is very much a guilty pleasure film. Brilliant though.
Alexander W (nl) wrote: Highly provocative. I fear the third generation. I fear them because I do not understand them.
Ryan S (gb) wrote: While certainly dated now in many ways, there's no denying that this is a truly entertaining film, which boasts a great performance by Clint Eastwood.
Walter M (it) wrote: Like many other people, Rachel Cameron(Joanne Woodward) has a tough time getting out of bed in the morning. Eventually, she does in order to go to her job as an elementary school teacher in a small town but not before her mother(Kate Harrington) asks her to buy her a candy bar. At work, her friend Calla(Estelle Parsons) gives Rachel a plant and Leighton(Bernard Barrow), the principal, aka The Groper, asks her to a dinner party he is hosting. Rachel declines, having to go home to cater her mom's bridge night before masturbating herself to sleep. It's a shame because Nick(James Olson), an old friend, was at the dinner party. "Rachel, Rachel" is a sensitively told little drama that while daring for its time, might seem quaint to modern audiences, especially one word that could not be mentioned back then, and come to think of it, probably still cannot be in a movie. What's especially encouraging about the movie is that it never crosses the line by making its lonely heroine pathetic. A lot of that is due to Joanne Woodward's excellent performance, along with Paul Newman takng risks in his directorial debut in detailing the inner life and quiet desperation of somebody who is paralyzed by inaction. Mind the facile psychology but much of that has to do with Rachel being exposed at an early age to death, making her afraid of everything, especially being touched, no matter how innocent, and therefore any kind of human contact.
Phil A (fr) wrote: dark and compelling vampire film.
David R (mx) wrote: More creepy than scary. Obviously, the suspense is built masterfully. The murder scenes lost some of their edge when the actors react in really over-the-top and cartoonish ways. Anthony Perkins is really good.
Nathan S (gb) wrote: You must be kidding me. This train wreck has only one redeeming feature and that is the cast. The script is a sledge hammer of self indulgent stereotypes which hits all the wrong notes. Who in the world thought this was a good movie?