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Alex r (ca) wrote: A few years ago, a documentary on the Friday the 13th franchise surfaced under the title of His Name Was Jason. Though entertaining and very well done, it was a little short in terms of content and it didn't go in depth with the history of the franchise. Peter M. Bracke wrote the definitive work on the series and director Daniel Farrands who also helmed His Name Was Jason and Never Sleep Again adapts Bracke's book to the screen. The result is a very impressive documentary that goes really in depth to the series. If you really enjoy the films, then this is the documentary to watch. His Name Was Jason was very good in what it tried to do, but this is the superior film. Very much like Bracke's book, this gives fans the complete story about the legendary franchise. The film runs for over 4 hours, thus it covers plenty of ground. Fans of the series will very much enjoy this and it gives them exactly what they want. Many of the cast from every entry in the Friday the 13th are interviewed along with the filmmakers and they give their memories on making the movies. What I love about the documentary is that it gives the series more credibility as good films due to the fact that many people easily dismissed them as just Slasher films. The films were made with passion, dedication and heart. You really get to see that by hearing the actors and filmmakers talk about their experiences. Crystal Lake Memories is a terrific documentary and far better than His Name was Jason. For fans that were disappointed by that film, and wanted more, you'll definitely get more Friday the 13th history with this film. As it stands, this is the definitive film on the series, and it is a must see for horror fans.
Iam M (de) wrote: Unfortunately boring.
Ian R (br) wrote: You know, not a great film, but it has its moments in the hockey scene. The love story in this film was there only because a movie apparently needs to have a love story. It didn't exactly further the plot a great deal. I thought Scott did a good job, in that he wasn't playing his usual quick-witted, snappy character. I thought there were a ton of nice Canadian-isms in the film that made it enjoyable, as I watched it with several Americans who were unfamiliar with my homeland; it was nice to share. Overall, I enjoyed this film.
Paul C (fr) wrote: This movie was a very interesting mockumentary. It takes a look at the life of zombies in the society today and what they have to live with. Will the film take an interesting turn or stay true? Check this film out to see. For the most part I found it very entertaining with some little funny references to zombie habits. The camera they used in the day time was pretty good, but the one they use at night is very annoying to the point where I had to remove a star. The cast was very good to decent at some parts. Pretty nice piece of work.
Marcia D (jp) wrote: It took me a bit to warm up to Jessie - she was a bit crude - I loved the last shot!
Timothy M (mx) wrote: A quaint little film about a kick-ass dog who loses his way. Heartwarming, and simple.
Megan P (au) wrote: This movie had good patential...I like the idea of the girl being a secret keeper. David Gallagher is pretty darn cute. ^_^
Susanna M (de) wrote: A bit melodramatic. A king who's MO is debauchery. .
Gavin P (de) wrote: A really well-made murder mystery, with the added tension of having the main character, Vigil (Poitier), be black detective from Philadelphia, but stuck in rural Mississippi in the 1960s. Some great to-and-fro between him & the chief (Steiger), who becomes a more understandable character as the film progresses. Crazy to believe some of these attitudes still existed 50 years ago! Solid ending, well-paced & the Ray Charles song is pretty great.
Ben W (au) wrote: sir alec guiness proves himself once again. a british military story. anything but a war story. john mills also plays very well across from guiness. its a veiled look at class divisions and the prejudices that lie within them. what an ending.
Ethan L (mx) wrote: Good cast wasted on subpar script. C
Kay L (au) wrote: Better than the unauthorized bio pic.
Andrew S (jp) wrote: Great black comedy that shows just how idiotic the ideology of suicide bombings are. It's funny, sometimes brutally funny.
Jake N (fr) wrote: Top 55. Eminem4. Outkast 3. Atmosphere 2. Aesop Rock1. Wu-Tang Clan