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Dorianator F (ca) wrote: Very good movie, but a bit hard to understand at times. I thought it was pretty depressing and sometimes engaging
Hannah K (au) wrote: Just as good as the first one
Pol P (mx) wrote: An incredibly sad story, but told in a very conventional way. Still worth seeing.
The M (kr) wrote: Crap. It's one star instead of a half on account of The Hoff.
Aaron W (gb) wrote: This was a low budget thriller in the vain of Memento where the main character has a condition where sleepwalks during the night and may or may not do things during this time which he cannot remember. It has a made for TV movie of the week feel to it and should be skipped unless that genre appeals to you.
alan j (fr) wrote: Nice decent tale of a middle age man meeting and having a relationship with a much younger, very pretty woman. A bit slow in spots, but pretty wistful by film's end. Small story told well.
Daigengna D (es) wrote: i love everything about this movie! especially Ego Wrappin's main theme. this film makes kill bill boring.
Al M (it) wrote: Rasen is one of two sequels to Ringu, and it is the one based off the novels, but plot problems and a fewer scares make it inferior to Ringu 2 (the other sequel). Still, it is relatively entertaining and still creepy piece of Japanese horror.
Rodney E (us) wrote: There was a point in the mid 90's where even as a kid I was definitely not buying into these lame movies where they try to really zone in on what the 90's were like. I'm sure this has fans but I never liked it and always thought it was soulless. When my ex-girlfriend said that she wanted to go as a pilled out Liv Tyler in this for Halloween one year I knew it was over. While some movies try really hard to have characteristics of being a cult movie this was a case of the cart coming before the horse in trying to capture an alternative scene that really wasn't so. Maybe it was a weak attempt to be a teen comedy too but I couldn't tell because I was too annoyed by the generic characters. Empire Records is basically a generic commercial for a bad soundtrack.
Russell S (mx) wrote: A science fiction / fantasy comedy with a slightly dark edge that manages to charm with it's mini flying saucer aliens who seem packed with personality. The cast do well with an OK script and manage to make this a great little movie. However it's the little flying saucers who are the real stars of the show.
Will H (jp) wrote: I want to know the percentage of this film that was just recycled footage from the first.
Michael T (ag) wrote: Far better than its RT score, Warning Sign was way ahead of it's time. I really must question the credentials of "critics" who compare contrast Warning Sign to movies that came out decades later. This movie paved the way for Outbreak, 28 Days Later, and Resident Evil so comparing it to them is just ridiculous. In context it was a reasonably good 80's sci-fi/thriller which is obviously somewhat dated now.
Samantha S (fr) wrote: Real details and sense of closeness to the era's youth. Captures trends in fashion and relationship as expected from a Heckerling film. Fun, but with a sense of seriousness about the business at hand - respectful of the subjects and human in approach even to teenage angst.
Lauren R (kr) wrote: An interesting take on time travel with added romance. Reeves is great in this, such a different role for him.
Travis H (de) wrote: It's tonally schizophrenic and seems to be trying to say more than it ever manages to. Still, it's harrowing enough, often enough, to qualify as a functional thriller, and as always, Phillippe has real presence.
Jake A (mx) wrote: Though it does have a couple of interesting ideas and a decent cast they are lost in a wave of cliches which are all hurried along in a rushed plot. The horror element is also completely devoid of any scares, virtually no tension and the ending isn't satisfying.
Greg A (fr) wrote: Gary literally saves this movie from just being another crime and double-agent clusterfuck like so many noir films that tried too hard to be noir. Everyone has an angle and the jazz music ensues, I'll be damned if I don't like it though.