A group of complete strangers find themselves isolated by a wealthy madman on his island compound. They are forced into a horrifying gauntlet where they must survive a barrage of ever deadlier species of shark.
- Stars:Valérie Bonneton, Dany Boon, Denis Ménochet, Albert Delpy, Bérangère McNeese, Constance Dollé, Yancy Butler, Patrick Bergin, Joshua Michael Allen, Bart Baggett, Erin Coker, Frankie Cullen, Valerie K. Garcia, Billy Ray, Meredith Thomas, Robert Matthew Wallace, Eric Scott Wilson, Israel Wright, Josh Williams, John Paul Bennett,
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Nope S (gb) wrote: So I watched this movie today. Honestly it was probably the most pretentious movie I've ever seen in my life. It felt like the tryhard movie of the decade, and I saw twilight so that says a lot. Lots of shots of wildlife, low dialogue, and one of the most disjointed plots ever. I get it was supposed to be "artsy" or "deep" but it just came off as tryhard, as I said earlier. Give this one a miss, there are films that actually come off as poignant and beautiful without the terribleness.
Derek D (ag) wrote: I hate Whitaker NIGGER
Levi M (jp) wrote: I am now dumber for watching this total piece of crap
Toby C (ru) wrote: Some of the jokes were funny but most of the movie is just bad acting and plot holes
Tim K (kr) wrote: it's nice to watch every now and then but it's not great
Timo V (ca) wrote: Spectacular music by Brian Eno, embedded with spectacular, well-restored images from the Apollo missions and landings, and *huge* load of material from the Moon, which is usually skipped mostly apart from the flag-down and small-step -parts in Moon documents. Great film.
Paul D (gb) wrote: As far as horror movies go, this certainly had it's fair share of cliches. The story wasn't as interesting as I was hoping, and it never really got overly scary. It is pretty mediocre for the most part.
Edgar C (de) wrote: Bresson's minimalist scope in his masterful and ahead-of-its-time essay on fortitude, faith and humanity allows us to appreciate how many directors including Tarkovsky, Bergman, Buuel, Vlcil and even Scorsese grew up admiring this legendary milestone of metaphysical proportions. Exclusively aimed towards those that recognize cinema as an art and search for several perspectives regarding the most trascendent questions of our existence, Journal d'un Cur de Campagne punches the soul of its viewer with a catastrophic magnitude.100/100
Jc E (gb) wrote: Utterly heart breaking movie. I was devastated and dissolved in tears by the end of this film which was about a great human tragedy. Nothing more saddening and shocking than it being based on a true story. If there is one thing we can learn from this film is, never be enticed by any rich lonely middle aged man whose mother had to pay children to befriend him during childhood. Stunning performance from Mark Ruffalo, Channing Tatum and Steve Carell. The first 10 minutes of seeing Channing and Mark wrestling and supporting each other was my favourite because the sibling love cannot come across more sweet and moving. Playing the dark, lonely, and miserable Dupont, Steve Carell cannot be further than the comedian we are familiar with. Yet Carell was just stunning and showed us why he was Oscar worthy. We love the very buff Mark Ruffalo playing Dave Schulz because he was the the light, the rock and mountain of stability, the strength, the goodness and the brotherly man in this very dark film. That is why the ending of the film was just so heart shattering. Because it did happen.
gustavo g (mx) wrote: more or less, good images, bad direction
Anthony T (us) wrote: Was hoping for more but this was a decent watch, kinda just felt like a 100 minute episode... sadly all the questions left at the end of the last episode really was just kinda pushed over and barley talked about.