Tees Maar Khan
A con artist poses as a film director in a village with the intention of executing a caper with the unwitting help of the villagers.
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Maruf I (au) wrote: Concept copied from a Korean film. Still a good one I should say.
Deepak A (au) wrote: Makes a great case for craftsmanship and the labor of love that a Steinway piano is. The camerawork takes you through an amazing journey of how hands, eyes and ears shape the piano. The interludes played by pianist add to the flow and help appreciate the form,function and diligent effort that goes behind the scenes. Worth a watch for anyone who loves music and the human spirit that wants to make things with hands.
Ben H (ru) wrote: A funny take on suicide attempts, almost a rom-com feel to the film but an interesting cast put together for the four main roles. Quite enjoyable
Private U (fr) wrote: A wonderful little movie that highlights the Aussie immigration experience in a lighthearted funny way. A completely original film with a touching end.
Shaylon E (ag) wrote: love this movie! it's funny
Ra W (au) wrote: A great cult film. Perkins and Isabelle have such great chemistry, they're witty and opposite enough to clash perfectly. Great practical effects and score. My favorite werewolf film.
josel g (gb) wrote: bernal's new wave love letter to manila!
Kevin S (ag) wrote: A young couple moves into their newly inherited mansion only to discover that it's haunted. David Selby and Kate Jackson star in this romantic ghost story that comes complete with transparent specters and a malevolent housekeeper. This is 70's gothic horror that's long on atmosphere and short on special effects. Night of Dark Shadows hasn't aged well. The slow pacing and melodramatic scoring does not translate favorably for modern audiences. The film was, however, inspired by the short-lived television soap opera, Dark Shadows [1966-71], that still has a small but deeply disturbed following (myself included).
Claire T (es) wrote: wow I thought this movie was ace, Jennifer Agutter was ace, own it on DVD, the person who played Jennifer's brother is the directors son, it was a great film, I loved it, a great film
Zoran S (it) wrote: Pretty minor Lang. It does look nice though and has some fine scope framings.
Rob T (jp) wrote: More black & white Rathbone Sherlock Holmes goodness! Again, a little easy to figure out the plot twists before they come but it's always good fun!
Gavin M (ru) wrote: The beginning of an amazing collaboration between DeNiro and Scorsese.
Adam R (mx) wrote: Christmas and Halloween are such polarizing concepts that the idea of blending them together sounds absolutely crazy. Sometimes it works really well (The Nightmare Before Christmas) and sometimes it fails miserably (Silent Night Deadly Night Two). A Christmas Horror Story falls somewhere in the middle.There's a lot to like here. The ideas for each of the four interconnected stories are creative and unique; there's some wonderfully atmospheric cinematography; and the tongue in cheek tone make it far more enjoyable than the average Christmas horror movie.It's unfortunate though that three of the four stories don't really have anything interesting going on aside from their quirky concepts. They are mostly just dull and predictable, and every time any of them come on, you will want to just skip over them so you can watch the best story: Santa Claus vs zombie elves. Yup, it's just as goofy as it sounds and the movie totally rolls with it; gory kills and all. There's even a genuinely clever twist at the story's end that you won't see coming.If you're looking for a fun, bloody scare around Christmas time, then you should have a good time with this despite it's flaws.