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Zi L (es) wrote: Brilliant movie. Even though we know what comes next, the movie presents the story with a fine background score. When I see a crap movie like Avengers rising up the ranks and a lot of vague comments on this movie, I can easily make out the prejudice. There is a lot to come in the sequel.. Hats off .. Indian animation is rapidly catching up.
Mima M (nl) wrote: Ma ne?u ni da komentariem LOL
Stuart K (es) wrote: From Norwegian director Tommy Wirkola (Kill Buljo (2007)), this zombie splatter film has it's tongue firmly in it's cheek, and it was inspired by the Nazi occupation of Norway during World War 2, as well as a piece of old Scandinavian folklore about the Draugr, a group of the undead protecting it's treasures. It's a very silly film, and while it adds nothing particularly new to the genre, it is fun to watch. It follows a group of students as they head to the region of ksfjord in Northern Norway. The students consist of Hanna (Charlotte Frogner), Roy (Stig Frode Henriksen), Sara (Ane Dahl Torp), Chris (Jenny Skavlan), Martin (Vegar Hoel), Erlend (Jeppe Laursen), Liv (Evy Kasseth Rsten), Vegard (Lasse Valdal) and Ronald (Jerid Myers), as they go to spend Easter break at a cabin belonging to Sara. After much drinking and partying, their hedonistic break is interrupted when a mysterious hiker (Bjrn Sundquist) turns up, and tells them about the dark history of the region. Something which comes to haunt them when strange figures turn up... It's clear that this has been inspired by the likes of The Evil Dead (1982) and Braindead (1992), but it manages to find fun with the zombie movie cliches. While it's reception in Norway was a little frosty, (pardon the pun), it did well internationally, and it enabled Wirkola to make Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters (2013).
Robt B (it) wrote: Nothing new here. If you read the book don't bother with this movie, it is a redundancy. Might be OK for anyone not familiar with Freakonomics, but is moves fairly slowly and only covers part of the material in the book.
Jonah W (kr) wrote: It was actually a really good movie. I was pleasantly surprised.
Yasemin Y (fr) wrote: Nice chemistry between Hugh Grant and Sandra Bullock :)
Timeen (gb) wrote: Of Course what first drew me to this was Brian Austin Green, had been wathcing him since his 90210 days and thought he was a cuttie, and loved the character he portrayed. This movie of course was a far cry from 90210 and was done brilliantly by him, he made you feel as if this was really his kid and that he was in this messed up situation, his acting I think is always believable. The morale of the story is of course obvious when you watch it.....always use protection if your going to have sex. Wish Brian was in more movies. loved this, found it very touching and wishing it was more young men like Brian Austin Green's character. Always loved Brian since 90210
Private U (de) wrote: This is one of those movies where the plot is so far-fetched and ludicrously bad you'd think they did it on purpose. There is one redeeming feature, the fantastic Concorde, which is probably the most wonderful piece of flying machinery ever made, and it's actually sad in that the featured plane is the one Concorde that crashed in 2000. Other that that... well, "awful" doesn't even begin to describe it.
Denislav R (ru) wrote: One of the better origin stories out there. But I hate origin movies. So 4 stars.
Rolf K (us) wrote: Terrible in every way
TheScarlatescu R (gb) wrote: Don't know why, but I liked it!
Brett L (nl) wrote: The film was suspenseful and haunting. An intelligent and modern take on the film noir tradition.