Symphony in Blood Red
Symphony in Blood Red is an Italian 'giallo', a horror film inspired by the work of Dario Argento. It is the first feature movie directed by Luigi Pastore, and in collaboration with Antonio Tentori (Cat In The Brain), who co-wrote the screenplay.
- Stars:Sharon Alessandri, Nikol Brown, Federica Carpico, Tony Cimarosa, Michela Foresta, Fabio Giovannini, Anna Morosetti, Simona Oliverio, Matteo Pastore, Riccardo Serventi Longhi, Antonio Tentori, Gianluca Testa,
- Director:Luigi Pastore,
- Writer:Luigi Pastore (screenplay), Luigi Pastore (story), Antonio Tentori (screenplay)
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(gb) wrote: Another misfire from the dark age of superhero movies. It has some great makeup FX, and a cool premise, but they are ultimately overshadowed by the scattershot writing, subpar acting, and terrible CGI. Definitely in need of a reboot.
(us) wrote: so so...................8/10...........
(jp) wrote: Rupert Graves was so young and cute back then.
(au) wrote: 1: There are few films made in the 1980's - that were also set in the 1980's or otherwise infected with its style - that I really enjoy. They mostly just feel trashy and artificial. This is kind of an awkward blend between the 50's and the 80's, which makes it doubly confusing. The 80's seem to have tarnished the 50's in a way. It's a very interesting concept though: Einstein, McCarthy, DiMaggio, and Monroe together. I obviously knew the picture would be strange, but I was hoping for a bit more of the magic of Walkabout. I suppose it's actually a much more straightforward and conventional film, which might be part of the problem. It honestly seemed fairly pointless and idiotic to me. There were very few scenes that manages to capture my attention, much less seem entertaining. It's basically an incoherent, purportedly high brow mess. I think it's probably the worst Criterion release I've yet to see.
(gb) wrote: Not interested. I generally avoid horror movies.
(us) wrote: Kenneth Anger's epic of esoteric occultism is a marvelous feast for the eyes. The color, costume design and everything else make it one of Angers most ambitious works.
(ag) wrote: An ensemble cast that hit above and beyond the necessary notes of their performances bring more dimension to this film. The film has a good script but most of the work is done by the actors. "About Alex" is well directed and conceptually is very similar to films like "The Big Chill" is still enjoyable. The characters may resonate with many viewers because of the great acting, at least one character may be someone everyone knows. I did like the film but I didn't love it and honestly I really wanted to.
(mx) wrote: Four people all attempting to manipulate one another all at the same time. Exceedingly good fun.
(jp) wrote: What a pile of shyte. Frat boy movie with forty-something actors, with 'in movie' rules that changed every five minutes, pants.
(ru) wrote: This Movie has everything like great acting, good storytelling and amazingly scary. There will never be a better shark movie than Jaws.
(kr) wrote: Quiz Show is a rarity in films based on a true story, because it never feels like the filmmakers are trying to adapt the history in order to make a more dramatic movie. In fact, my biggest complaint about the film is that there are no real surprises and it feels a bit flat and lacking in heart. But the presentation of the events seems authentic and I love this behind the scenes look at how corruption can tempt even the most honest of men. Perhaps if they had framed the entire movie around the story of Charles Van Doren it would have been more grounded in emotion, and drama. Instead they kind of split the movie's focus between Charles Van Doren, Herbert Stempel, and Dick Goodwin. Each of them did play a significant role in the history of this scandal, so I don't have a problem with them being a major player, but the way we spend time getting to know all three of them separately makes Quiz Show feel more like a documentary than a dramatic film. The cast was brilliant almost completely across the board. I particularly loved what David Paymer and Hank Azaria did as TV executives working on the show, and Christopher McDonald was perfection as the TV personality hosting the show. I remembered enjoying Quiz Show more when I saw it 20+ years ago, but this time it didn't impact me as much because I knew what was coming. Because the script is more event-driven rather than character-driven, knowing the film takes away most of the excitement of watching.
(ca) wrote: provocative but without any reason...