Seven Signs: Music, Myth & the American South
A tour through the endangered and often misrepresented American South. A collection of stories and performances from artists, musicians, and southern residents interweaves to create an accurate depiction of the soulful and strange American Southland.
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Seven Signs: Music, Myth & the American South torrent reviews
(gb) wrote: Recently i reviewed a film called Exam, which as outstandingly shot and completely invigorating to watch, let down in the final act somewhat and had a reveal that completely destroys continuous replayability. The Killing Room, is almost as identical a story, only executed in such a way that is so much less engaging and tense. Ms Reilly starts her new job at a secret location, with extremely limited knowledge to what she is going into. On arrival, she is made to sign a contract before being told anything about what she is about to take part in and it is her one get out of jail free card. She signs on the dotted line, only to soon realise, among with the subjects of a test about to be carried out, that what they have indeed signed up for is anything but profitable or humaine. The story harks off the ideas behind secret American government experiments that were eventually banned in the 60's due to the nature in which they were undertook and although the premise is one of slight intrigue, its just not executed that well at all. The cast here do an admirable job, Chloe Sevigny probably pulling out the most memorable performance and luckily their characters are written with some nice arc's here and there to keep the characters real and not too stereotypical. However fifteen minutes in, you completely see where this film is going and just how lacking in engagement this film truly is. Im not exactly sure if its the way its edited or even paced but there is zero tension, in a film where every second counts. It also struggles to keep your attention at times, really making you slog through the process in parts. The sound, camera work and set design is of quite a high standard but its nothing inovative either. The actors are good, with strong enough characters that just dont gel. There are plot holes galour, the ending makes little to no sense, neither does it actually leave you with any impact and all round it just comes across as an average outing. instantly forgettable, however a complete wasted opportunity, especailly with the cast that was on hand. something a lot more could have became of this.
(mx) wrote: seen it! it was kinda funny
(kr) wrote: Not too bad, as long as you like those feel good, boy gets the girl, town survives, happily ever after sort of movie.. :D
(gb) wrote: So ridiculous and corny, but so much damn fun! Would make a great drinking movie. One of the better nature gone wild b-horror flicks.
(ca) wrote: The dialogue (all in iambic pentameter) can get a bit annoying, as can some of the 'artsy'/amateurish camera work, but I liked the use of domestic workers as a kind of 'Greek chorus', as well as the interesting story. On the whole, a satisfying film, even if the whole East vs. West cultural clash seems forced at times (i.e. always). At least they tried.
(it) wrote: "REMEMBER THAT KID EVERYBONE IGNORED ON VALENTINE'S DAY? HE REMEMBERS YOU..." - 'Valentine' is a 2001 slasher film by Jamie Blanks (Urban Legend, Storm Warning). Being cheesy and very predictable (you already know who the killer is, mask or no mask), this film is definitely not the best in its genre. To me its story is brainless and yet entertaining. With David Boreanaz (Angel), Katherine Heigl (Knocked up) and Denise Richards (Starship Troopers). Love hurts... Jeremy Melton is the geek in school and gets ignored by all of the girls on Valentine's Day. All of them? No, the plump Dorothy agrees to kiss him. But when they do they are seen by some of popular kids. When the girl says that Jeremy attacked her, the boys humiliate the nerd by stripping him down. Thirteen years later, one of the girls, Shelley, is a medical student who is practicing in the morgue. She gets a very macabre Valentine's Day card and is killed by a murderer wearing a Cupid's Mask. Her former classmates reunite at her funeral. But shortly after, they all get Valentine's Day cards as well as very disturbing presents. One by one the women are killed by Cupid. Who will survive the nightmare?
(mx) wrote: The married guy is hilarious but the rest of the movie bites.
(ru) wrote: A great cop comedy totally worth of your time.Although a low budget film, it has one of the best car chases in the history of cinema...
(ca) wrote: I love this movie!!!!
(ca) wrote: its such a grea8 movie.i like very much
(ag) wrote: Peck and Loren made this movie worth the watch. Overall the story wasn't that spectacular, but these are two attractive people with plenty of talent that you have to watch.
(br) wrote: A total piece of junk. Propaganda and nothing more.
(fr) wrote: Entertaining "who-dun-it", with a great cast and lots of fun twists and turns. The major problem that I have is that each individual characters story line seems to fall out of a soap opera.
(us) wrote: I hate horror movies as a rule, but loved C. P. I did have to cover my eyes several times but that should not dissuade any lovers of the genre. I recommend it to anyone spending Valentine's Day alone!!!