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Gerard M (it) wrote: Assumed it would be poor but actually pretty good. Great atmosphere, very British, understated found footage horror with a satisfying Lovecraftian ending.
Benjamin B (es) wrote: I actually really liked this film. Fantastic performances from PSH (as always) and Kathy Bates. While some of it is very random, the screenplay does connect the dots from one incident to the next so that it was believable. I thought there were some really well crafted scenes and fascinating details. Not to the mention the premise is very interesting. I thought some of the scenes could have been fleshed out more but this is one of the better films I've seen in a while.
Andrew T (de) wrote: The best out of Herschell's library. Dont ever watch The Wizard of Gore. Trust me.
Justin B (mx) wrote: It felt messy at times but in the end, just like Jerry Maguire, we all start to figure it out. Great performances and a powerful message but with light, feel good atmosphere.
Amanda W (it) wrote: It's not a bad movie at all (and Will Ferrell does a great job, similar to his performance in the charming "Stranger Than Fiction"), but there's not enough story to fill the movie. Would certainly be willing to watch it again, but I felt myself tuning out (all right, it's actually still playing and I'm already writing the review). Could also use a bit more spark, as it's marketed as a comedy on the back cover.
Daniel L (au) wrote: I'm scared. Let's have sex with each other.
Drew R (jp) wrote: AUDREY DOES NOT HAVE A FUNNY FACE. The dance interludes were fantastic, but what do you expect with Fred Astaire? The music wasn't particularly catchy, but this only pisses me off more than Audrey was dubbed in MY FAIR LADY when she can clearly sing. See also Sabrina, Breakfast... As usual, I found Audrey prettier when she worked in the book store than when they "modeled" her up. Why is society so opposed to bookish beauty?
Henrik S (it) wrote: his film is one of many that were released back to back by studios back in the 1950s to cash in on the sci-fi an alien craze. You can tell that this was a half-hearted production not only form the formulaic and empty-can plot, which is something we are used to from Hollywood, but because the film recycles sets, costumes, props & music from other films that were made just years before.Be that as it may, the film is a classic new world / adventure storyline about a bunch of scientists (and one very obnoxious journalist) who make their way to Mars on a rocket ship. As you might expect, the special effects and sets are a delight for all fans of b-movie thrill and retro cinema, garishly red colours denote the cities of Mars and the people of Mars walk around in some of the goofiest outfits you will ever have the pleasure to see on screen. The story is quite sophisticated for such a low budget film and picks up speed towards the last third of the film when an intrigue threatens to hinder the return of the earthlings altogether.The acting is quite stale and wooden and like I said, this film is probably a major contender for all sorts of guilty pleasures and campy film lists featuring alien women in very short skirts and Betty Page hairdoes as well as brave men from earth in WWI jet fighter jackets. Still, wit a running time of just over an hour the retro appeal, it is worth watching for genre connoisseurs and grind-house fans.
Diego Martn (es) wrote: podria haber sido mejor,de todas formas,al publico que va orientado,esta bien 5/10
Chelsey W (us) wrote: Really thought-provoking.
Kevin C (fr) wrote: This is a movie I have seen multiple times and often reference with friends. It's one that so easily could have consisted of a clumsy main character with a lack of intelligence but instead, has a witty book smart one learning to apply his knowledge to the real world. It's full of great moments that will make you laugh and smile. I definitely recommend it, one of my favorite movies