An American writer in Rome is stalked by a serial killer bent on harassing him while killing all people associated with his work on his latest book.
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Cody Y (it) wrote: This is the post-lynch frontier of pretentious spectacles
Frdric H (es) wrote: Light Comedy that doesn't deliver and stays on the same level all the way till the end.
Sarvesh C (jp) wrote: Good script, solid performances = entertaining flick !!!
Richard H (gb) wrote: Important, heart-breaking and intensely upsetting The Grey Zone asks some extremely hard questions of its viewer: what would you do if you were faced with a life and death choice? Is it better to survive than to die with "dignity"? What price does a good deed have?This movie has the requisite harshness to be a real story of the horrors of the holocaust too, with some truly horrendous imagery that I'm not going to forget in a hurry. It's VERY hard work, up there with United 93 in terms of emotional punch but its a superb piece of workIf you want to take a look into the Heart of Darkness, then by all means give this movie a go. But you wont enjoy it. It may change you but you wont want to remember it.
Nick C (nl) wrote: This was very enjoyable, the cast is impressive (Robert Englund,Tony Todd,Kane Hodder) genuinely nightmare inducing.
Matti M (gb) wrote: Great production design. The best of Kaurismki.
Super K (de) wrote: I know it's a 3rd rate trilogy but I love them. West is probably at his most insane, bringing all sorts of random body parts to life. A female always gets in the way of Dan fully joining him in his insanity. Combs always gives an enjoyable performance in whatever he does. I miss movies like these.
Dann M (fr) wrote: Beating a dead horse, Police Academy cranks out a sixth installment of crazy shenanigans with City Under Siege. When the Wilson Heights Gang proves to be more than Capt. Harris can handle the Mayor sends in Commandant Lassard and his team to help. The acting is just terrible, and has gone way beyond slapstick and into outright buffoonery. Every joke has been so overplayed throughout the series by now that there's no fun or joy in anything being done here. Police Academy 6: City Under Siege is a stale and humorless comedy that's DOA.
Jessica C (it) wrote: I had to leave halfway through the movie when it was on TCM a few weeks ago. I was really happy to catch it on TV after reading some reviews about the current Broadway production with Bradley Whitford (of "The West Wing"). It was a great romp and had me laughing and rolling all over my room.
Robert M (br) wrote: [color=cyan]Hey, what do you know, I actually might say a thing or two about these movies.[/color][b][color=#00ffff][/color][/b] [color=#00ffff][b]SHAOLIN SOCCER[/b] is absolutey hysterical, a blast to watch. From a pure entertainment perspective it doesn't really get any better. Combines the comedy, sports flick, and kung fu movie into one. I can see myself watching it over and over, it's that good.[/color][color=#00ffff][/color] [color=#00ffff][b]DETRIOT 9000[/b] isn't at all what I expected, in a good way. Kind of reminds me of "Jackie Brown" a little bit. Basically, two cops investigate a jewel heist amid the racial politics of Detriot in the '70s. Really liked the ending here. Don't expect a standard "blaxploitation" movie, though. It's slower paced and plot driven.[/color][color=#00ffff][/color] [color=#00ffff][b]MASTER OF THE FLYING GUILLOTINE VS. THE ONE-ARMED BOXER [/b]to use the full title, just because, is a cool kung fu movie. Half of it is one long tournament pitting one style against another with a lot of fights. Oddly, this part of the movie has basically nothing to do with the flying guillotine or the one-armed boxer. It acts as an introduction to the fighters who will end up joining one of the two sides. The one-armed boxer is our hero and he spends the second half of the movie attempting to evade, and eventually fight, the master of the flying guillotine. Fighting in the movie is both realistic and fantasy, occasionally at the same time. Definitely a must-see for fans of martial arts movies. Don't look for too much plot, character development, or dialouge here, but if you want to see lots of fighting this is it.[/color][color=#00ffff][/color] Wow, why did I write [i]that [/i]much?
Chad H (mx) wrote: I just would like to say that the art style was beautifully done. The clay animation is superb and attention to detail was made extremely well. The creatures look very well done with their little twists to move away from the Universal Monster look, but they still hold true to their creature look. The movie definitely has some atmosphere and the scenery is beautiful. However the art style alone is not enough to save this film. At times this movie just drags on and I found myself getting very bored with it. The tone seemed to be very low and would drastically jump from time to time such as the dinner scene when a lot of things were happening at once. Then it all just stopped and I was caught up in all the excitement. But overall it just wasn't enough to keep me entertained. I mean with a name like Mad Monster Party, you would expect to have a little more flare and wonderment. The whole plot is about a mad scientist who is trying to retire by inviting his nephew to take over the family business, expect he is a klutz and is accidental prone. This is just a weird movie but its got that cult feel to it. I have always wondered why not many Halloween specials existed, so seeing this was a treat, but if you would like to see this be warned its very slow but still a pretty decent Halloween movie.
Steve S (mx) wrote: ***Due to the recent RT changes that have basically ruined my past reviews, I am mostly only giving a rating rather than a full review.***
Tiger L (de) wrote: Extremely entertaining, violent, bloody, intense & truly original.