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Caitlin F (ru) wrote: a not overtly engaging, yet interesting look at Apple's history, noticably told by the world's biggest Apple fans. The brazen cynicism of Jim Reekes makes the film worth a watch.
Ben w (au) wrote: Well worth hunting down this film...
David M (jp) wrote: Accidentally rented this movie thinking it was stand up of Seinfeld. But it wound up being a really good in depth documentary on stand up comedy.
Andy C (ca) wrote: A new Djinn and a grander story has managed to make this series move backward as opposed to forward. It's lame and silly.
Eric R (kr) wrote: Do you know the name Bill Hinzman? No? Well if you're a horror fanatic you probably recognize his face as it is burned in the annals of horror history. He played the cemetery zombie (the first zombie) in Night of the Living Dead. FleshEater is the direct result of that role he played and Hinzman decides to squeeze some quick cash out of eager horror fans blindly going into this film expecting another Night of the Living Dead.A couple of hunters discover a buried coffin deep in a forest. Ignoring the warning inscribed on the box, they open to find Hinzman, looking a tad more wrinkled than he did in Romero's classic film. He kills the hunters and starts spreading his contagion throughout the countryside, starting with a group of teens partying nearby.I am all for low budget horror films. My all time favorite horror films tend to be made by novices with a show-string budget (The Evil Dead, Texas Chainsaw, etc). The difference is those films were made with heart. This film is just a shameless cash-in and is one of the most poorly filmed movies I have ever seen. Hinzman, who also directs, gives absolutely no style behind the camera. It's just point and shoot. The acting is beyond awful. I don't expect great acting in a low budget horror film but this is just a joke. The only thing this film has going for it is some creative gore sequences otherwise this was an extremely trying horror film experience. Hinzman was desperate for money and he decided to exploit his image from Night of the Living Dead to make this hunk of junk. This artless zombie flick will make you appreciate your fast forward feature on your DVD player remote. The best part was the god damn title sequence. That's just fucking pathetic when the title sequence shows more creativity than the rest of the damn movie. Skip it unless you're the most forgiving zombie film fan.
stephen p (kr) wrote: Proper film every thing you want
MeLany C (es) wrote: Funny love all the pranks they do to that idiot commandant Mouser.
Ian W (gb) wrote: a narcoleptic kung-fu master!?! some really nice work here with the swordfights
Jesse F (it) wrote: Ok, films like "Carrie" and "Chainsaw" are disturbing but to call "I Spit On Your Grave" disturbing is saying the very least. This film is disgusting and disgraceful in the best possible way. This film should be a lesson to any kind of animal-like rapists in the world.
Jonathan G (us) wrote: Really funny lots of great comic situations Keaton and Allen play off each other perfectly just some great silly fun
Kelly H (fr) wrote: One of the classics of the African New Wave. This is the story of a young senegalese woman who moves to france with a family and experiences alienation and objectification at the hands of her employers. This movie explores topics of feminism, colonialism, classism, and anti-imigrant sentiment, and is powerfully relevant for today.
Keith C (us) wrote: No real story line here. You don't care, it's a great opportunity to see many of the most talented African-American performers strut their stuff. Lena Horne, Bill Robinson, Cab Calloway, Fats Waller and the incredible Nicholas Brothers. Just watch and enjoy all of the fabulous music and for the great dance number by the Nicholas Brothers at the end.
jay n (kr) wrote: Lucy tears it up as Bubbles but the rest of the film is bland.
Mario P (nl) wrote: It was very good and I like the effects
Cooper H (ca) wrote: The second Pirates movie shines in over the top action sequences but using actual sets to make them fun. There isn't much in terms of character development from the three main stars.