Shadow of the Thin Man
Nick and Nora are at their wise-cracking best as they investigate murder and racketeering at a local race-track.
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Lovro H (au) wrote: The Howling is a 1981 horror movie about werewolves. I never really cared much about werewolves, but since I saw American Werewolf in London and loved it, I thought I'd give this one a chance, as well. The story follows Karen White who is stalked by a man called Eddie who is also responsible for the killings of many people, so she's used as bait so Eddie can be stopped once and for all. What she didn't know was that Eddie is, in fact, a werewolf! She's deeply scarred after the incident with Eddie and her psychiatrist suggests a vacation in a colony of his. She goes to the colony with her husband, but not is all well as it seems in the colony. The residents are keeping a very dark secret... The story is interesting enough to keep you entertained, but there are some mistakes in the movie which I noticed that kind of ruined moments that were supposed to be intense. For example, a man buys silver bullets, but uses them in a shotgun and you can see shells fall out of the gun, which makes no sense. Or when he used that shotgun to block the door, but in the next scene he has the shotgun back in his hands, even though he just got rid of it. It ruined the enjoyment a bit, but the effects helped me forget about that. The practical effects look amazing! Every werewolf looks awesome and badass! The whole sequence where Eddie slowly turns into a werewolf (reminded me of the scene from American Werewolf in London) is terrifyingly awesome! There is also quite a nice amount of blood and gore, which surprised me considering how most of the horror movies from that time were pretty tame considering violence. The acting is good, nothing special. The direction is good enough, but I had problems seeing what was happening on screen during some action sequences, almost as if the director tried to make it so we don't see the werewolves clear in these scenes because he knew we would notice it was undeniably very fake. All in all, a pretty good werewolf horror movie with amazing practical effects, an interesting story, but also some flaws which might lower your overall enjoyment of the movie, but not too much.
Kevin M W (fr) wrote: Falling squarely into the so bad its good arena of film making is this gem of bad ... well, everything about it is bad. Somehow though the sum of the thing is better than any of the individual parts. I don't know how. Its bad ...But its good. Its so bad its good.I loved it.And the title is the plot. What could be better?Please don't tell anyone that I recommended this film. Or that I watched it. It'll be our little secret, okay? Please.
Jason C (es) wrote: Very likely to reward repeated viewing to unlock some of the unexpected nuances that really complete the story and definitely a case where reading about a film in advance spoilt the experience. Contains more emotional truth in four seconds than the Twilight saga managed in four films...
Tom H (kr) wrote: 30.06.2010,20.02.2016
JY S (gb) wrote: Sure, documentaries are usually slow and uneventful, but they should be informative. Well, Doris Dorrie doesn't have much going on with informing in this picture.There is no clear point as to what this documentary is trying to be. Is it a film about food? Is it about cooking? Is it about religion? Supposedly, a handful of people are attending some sort of zen class with cooking, but after a brief shot of the day's schedule in the beginning, there is no indication of any schedule being followed. The film bounces around from topic to topic and it also momentarily switches to other people for interviews that seem to be on a tangent from what Chef Edward Brown is talking about.Chef Brown himself is very bland and monotonous in the way he talks. This makes this 90 minute picture extremely boring from beginning to end. He attempts humor from time to time, as he laughs at his own comments, but most, if not all, are very hard to find laughable.How to Cook Your Life does have a message that some will connect with; however, this film just does a bad job at conveying it.
Marc L (gb) wrote: Au milieu de tous les DTDVD rates, on tombe parfois sur un chouette bande decomplexee qui fait plaisir voir ! Pourtant, ce "Trailer park of terror" fait dans l'ultra-ecule: des ados problmes et un pasteur coince du derche font halte dans une zone de caravaning desaffectee o une tuerie a eu lieu 30 ans plus tt...et c'est parti pour une nuit de cache-cache avec des morts-vivants assoiffes de vengeance. Commun dans son principe donc mais sur le reste, on salive abondamment : les gosses sont suffisamment baffer (une pouffe, une tox, un obsede sexuel, un pleutre, etc...) pour qu'on puisse se dire "Bien fait pour leur gueule!" chaque fois que l'un d'entre eux se fait hacher menu et les morts-vivants degeneres semblent tout droit sortis d'un train-fantme bon marche (ou du clip de "Thriller"). Et puis, c'est sacrement, gratuitement, fabuleusement gore...mais le film se maintient avec succs dans l'espace etroit qui separe le deferlement de barbaque ludique (celui qui fait rigoler) de la volonte forcenee de choquer (celle qui fait soupirer...sauf quand le film est exceptionnel mais a n'arrive jamais). "Trailer park of terror" n'est ni tout fait une parodie, ni vraiment un film d'horreur "serieux", c'est un film pop-corn avec le savoir-faire annees 80, qui baigne dans un total esprit "White trash" que n'aurait pas renie un Rob Zombie, avec son rock de bayou poisseux, ses rednecks craignos et ses pouffiasses obses ellevees la viande d'oppossum. Encore, monsieur Steve Goldman...!
Greg D (fr) wrote: Solid movie although ending left something to be desired.
Clara R (ag) wrote: A predecessor to Babel and crash, with intricate stories and delicious plots.
Zachary Y (ca) wrote: Kieran Culkin is fantastic, and the screenplay is a work of art.
Mon I (au) wrote: one of tsui hark masterpiece!!camera style on sword point of view is remarkable
Wahida K (au) wrote: Oh Aamir Khan in 90`s those were nice Movies. Sarfarosh is not on my top ten list. Watchable.
Luke B (de) wrote: A great monster movie, this time in color. A similar plot to Godzilla sees nuclear testing wake up an over sized Pteranodon. In a sleepy mining village a series of mysterious attacks lead to the discovery of giant killer caterpillar. Greater darkness soon arrives in the form of an extinct beast that can flip jeeps with the swoosh of its wings. The model work is once again astounding from Toho. Even in color this looks great. It mixes live action, puppets, models, for some truly exciting aerial combat. It has less human drama than the first 2 Godzilla movies, but there is still some from the wife of a man believed to be committing the initial attacks. Rodan is great in his swooping and screaming, and the aerial footage means we aren't just getting a repeat of his more famous cousin.