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Mark N (it) wrote: Writer Shaun Hutson has been pretty vocal at his dismay of the limp treatment of his brutally horrifying novel got where the antagonistic slugs look more like lawn cigars instead of the dynamic hunters he wrote.Without any humour or skill in the effects (i used the word "effects" for lack of any other word to describe static sausages playing the part of the slugs) the movie is a trial to get through and not nearly competent enough to be fun ridiculing.
Allan C (nl) wrote: I had hopes for this movie, since I love director Dario Argento's films of the 70s and 80, and he was re-teaming with frequent composer Claudio Simonetti of Goblin and his "Suspiria" director of photography, Luciano Tovoli. There's also Rutger Hauer playing Van Helsing and a sweet looking retro style poster for the film. However, like most of his horror filmmaker contemporaries of the 70s and 80s (Tobe Hooper, John Carpenter, George Romero, etc.) Argento now seems long past his prime and has made yet another dud. The main problem with the film is that I couldn't figure out if Argento was trying to make a campy "bad" movie out of the very tired Dracula story or if he merely made an awful movie. The budget for this film must have been minuscule because the sets look awful and about as good as your average high school production, with sparsely decorated sets, walls the clearly do not connect with the floor and just an overall cheapness. Given the talent of director of photography Tovoli, it's surprising how poorly shot this film looks. Simonetti's score heavily relies on the use of a theremin, which gives it a corny ironic feel that seems out of place for the "scary" film Argento was trying to make. Or was he purposefully making a campy film? Either way, the film just feels thrown together without a lot of passion or conviction on the part of Argento. On the plus side, I'll watch Rutger Hauer in anything and Asia Argento is still a dish. There continues to be the weird creep factor of her being naked him a film directed by her dad, but that is now kind of old hat for the Argentos. There is a pretty wonderful gory attack near the end that has some glimpses of what Argento is capable of delivering, but the rest of the film is so dull and hammy that it's hardly worthy more than a footnote in Argento's filmography.
Chandresh J (de) wrote: For Bollywood to cross over to "sci-fi" the storyline could have been so much more. The actors and some effects saved the movie not forgetting the song.
Ryan S (au) wrote: 1.5/5 By far the weakest entry in the series. Apart from two solid traps, the rest of the movie is a waste.
Jonathan A (kr) wrote: Simply Amazing... just hilarious...
Collin P (gb) wrote: An interesting take on the superhero genre which subtlety takes on what it means to be a hero while featuring a relatable lead character and a charming villain.
(nl) wrote: I was in a high school play but never saw the movie yet
Arisa M (jp) wrote: It's life. One real life. I could relate to Ann a lot in many ways. Maybe that's cause of my age. Cause of where I am in my lifetime. At certain point, childrens do wish to be apart from their parents, so to be independent or away from their interference. Even though it's just their love. But at the very same time, parents do need to learn and grow as well. Learn to trust their kids, to let it go. In the end, we will all realize that nothing can really make loving parents and childrens completely separated. And that's when we finally appreciate each other honestly, from the bottom of our hearts. That's life. That's family. Well I believe so.
ers (mx) wrote: woody allen in charlotte rampling ile filmi, 8.5 filmine selam akm?? yorumu doru, pek begenmedim ama nedense..
Stewart F (ag) wrote: 'Look At The Size You're Gettin, You Eatin' All The Left Overs', TOP film, everything about this film is great, and my Dad was in it so it must be good.....
Mitch B (us) wrote: Though it was panned by several critics at the time of its release, Interiors is arguably one of the most emotionally wrought films I have ever seen. In fact, it is my favorite Woody Allen film of all time. The acting is top-notch, especially Page as the mentally ill, controlling matriarch of a family of intellectually stout under-achievers. This is Allen's first foray into pure European art-house film (a la Bergman), and he delivers a heart-wrenching depiction of how much sorrow unfulfilled expectations can cause in life. Maureen Stapleton is a gem as the only truly vibrant character. "You'll live to be 100 if you give up all the things that would make you want to." If you're looking to laugh, watch Love and Death. If you want to feel the depths of depression and bleakness, watch this film!
Alexander P (mx) wrote: An all right early attempt by director Martin Scorsese.
Lehho R (us) wrote: Not that I've seen all that many of them, but this is probably my favorite Paul Newman film. Henry Fonda's superbad in it, too. How much does Netflix suck for not having this, which I saw on probably TNT 15 years ago or so? They don't have Reckless, the movie that gave me an unaccountably lasting affection for slow-talking Aidan Quinn, either. Feh.
Nathan R (mx) wrote: The animators went back to the drawing board here, literally, as 101 Dalmatians marked a creative transition in the company. After Sleeping Beauty flopped at the box office, the animators decided to dial back animation costs and use the less expensive Xerox copy design in this cartoon caper. Luckily for Dalmatians, it works, adding a modern flair to the film, coupled with Roger's jazzy "Cruella De Ville" rendition. Which much of the appeal that made Lady and the Tramp great, the film highlights its adorable animals (who doesn't like puppies?) and each character has a distinct personality that makes rooting for the dogs a joy. Cruella De Ville is a fitting antagonist, with a sinister smile, eccentric costume, and a pair of bumbling henchman that adds some decent slapstick humor to the driving suspense. Though not as tight of a script and not Disney's most imaginative story, 101 Dalmatians is still entertaining and worth the watch. Just be careful not to watch the 1996 live-action remake.
Adam R (ag) wrote: (First viewing - Teen years)