Six years after the violent death of her husband, Amelia (Essie Davis) is at a loss. She struggles to discipline her ';out of control'; 6 year-old, Samuel (Noah Wiseman), a son she finds impossible to love. Samuel';s dreams are plagued by a monster he believes is coming to kill them both.When a disturbing storybook called ';The Babadook'; turns up at their house, Samuel is convinced that the Babadook is the creature he';s been dreaming about. His hallucinations spiral out of control, he becomes more unpredictable and violent. Amelia, genuinely frightened by her son';s behaviour, is forced to medicate him.But when Amelia begins to see glimpses of a sinister presence all around her, it slowly dawns on her that the thing Samuel has been warning her about may be real. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Jairo A (ca) wrote: AVERAGE space film! I never cared about any of the actors...the way it was shot was nothing impressive and the dialogue was dull. And the story? Well, the crew becomes infected by some Martian bacteria and then they become zombies. Maybe I should have rated this one a 2/5 instead of 2.5/5? Oh well...
Rendan L (jp) wrote: Incendies is a brilliantly constructed film that will leave you in shambles as it does its main characters. Grade: A+
Marcelo M (ag) wrote: Interesting, but still in denial. The guy just used his buttler as his chimp. Later he admit what he is doing, but it just make everything worse. Very weird ideologically, but the movie is interesting because it is very perverse. And the buttler... is simply a genius
Doug D (fr) wrote: Poetic near-masterpiece about land development and environmental consequences that's brave enough to portray almost everybody as sympathetic and one of the most beautiful docos I've ever seen.
Joseph H (it) wrote: So disappointing. You'd think by watching 1990s Neve Campbell that she'd look great naked. No, she has funky looking nipples and a saggy ass.
Nao T (it) wrote: Just can't help but like it!
(ca) wrote: The terrorists in serbia doesn''t egzist...
Sean C (nl) wrote: Some scenes are great to laugh at but between those things are fairly pedestrian.
Cheryl A (nl) wrote: Hey I'm in this movie. Check me out in the classroom scene when they are showing movie. I am the student in front with my hands on my face. I was also at the lockers in the yellow shirt when toe principle and teacher exits the principles office.
Reed C (jp) wrote: just as good as the last one if not better
Chris H (jp) wrote: Excellent. I watched this because of American Horror Story and this was much better than I expected it to be.I noticed a tonne of parallels with the show, which shows it was a big influence, such as the mother having a cursed womb, giving birth to a mongoloid then a physically normal but morally corrupt psychopath child (like Tate) whom she cherished. Martin looks a lot like Tate too, which I think is intentional (Tate is like a cross between Martin and Kurt Cobain). And it's probably a coincidence, but I noticed that the jacket that he demands the female lead wears looks a lot like the jacket Tate wears during his Westfield High massacre.Highly recommended. And overlooked horror classic. It falls a little flat with its ending, but there's plenty of genius lurking here, and it's all quite masterfully pulled off.
Irvin C (jp) wrote: Yet another silent film! This silent film however, somehow, doesn't feel like a silent film, if that makes any sense. It's actually a fairly straightforward drama with a surprising amount of dialogue (mouthed and in title cards). The story still shines through. A stoker of a ship rescues a young woman after a suicide attempt then marries her. It builds up to an absolutely heartbreaking and moving third act featuring brilliant performances from the two leads. I've seen very little of Josef von Sternberg's work and this is yet another reminder that I need to further delve in his filmography.
Matthew O (jp) wrote: I've never loved Harold Lloyd the way I love Charlie Chaplin and Buster Keaton. I've tried, but his are just missing that certain spark that makes me cry when the Little Tramp is betrayed in The Gold Rush or laugh hysterically when Buster gets caught in a gang fight in The Cameraman. Still, he's made some great movies, and Speedy is one of them. To start, you can't talk about this movie without mentioned Harold's true partner, New York City. Speedy works just as well as a look back in time as it does a comedy, and anyone who is curious about the big apple during the 20's should put this on their watchlist as soon as possible. Witnessing Luna Park at night and the stands at Yankee stadium as they really were is worth the price of admission themselves, but my personal favorite part of this time capsule is the Coney Island rides. Those things were dangerous! Makes you wonder how many were injured riding them, but also at the same time it's hard to not want to ride some. Also we get a true guest appearance, Babe Ruth as himself, who learns that when you tell a cab to go fast, they go fast the hard way. All of this would make Speedy fun to watch even if it wasn't funny, but thankfully it's that too. Instead of a straight forward plot Speedy has basically a series of two reel shorts, and with that helps bring out Harold Lloyd's best straight up comedy to the surface. There's plenty of great moments here, from the previously mentioned Babe Ruth cab ride to a battle between gangs and ex-Civil War soldiers, there's never a dull moment. Also Speedy is thankfully lacking in the "thinks other are laughing with him, but are actually laughing at him" gags that bring down some other Harold Lloyd films, especially The Freshman. These jokes can be funny, but usually make you feel bad for whoever is at the end of them, so the absence of them here is welcome, as there's no doubt they would slow down the laughter. In the end, while it's not like one of Chaplin's or Keaton's masterpieces, Speedy is still a silent film that's worthy of the praise, and the dual role of historical piece and comedy make it a unique classic that shouldn't be missed.
Brayden T (gb) wrote: I have nothing bad to say about this film. Going in, I was expecting to see one of the classic sci fi stories from way back, but I didn't expect to actually get into it as much as I did. The acting is actually quite good, with an awesome Leslie Nielsen performance that nearly reaches the heights of James T. Kirk, as well as production design that's...dare I say, "OUT OF THIS WORLD!!!!"The story itself is also really interesting and intelligent, taking inspiration from Shakespeare, as well as some hints from Lovecraft.Forbidden Planet is one of my new favorites. Great, pre-Star Wars effects combined with an equally great story makes for a real classic in Science Fiction film.
Indra W (de) wrote: Some aspects of this movie reminds me of Neon Genesis Evangelion. Anyway, it's rather boring, and I don't even understand what's going on and Iron Man suddenly won the battle.
Patrick W (us) wrote: Wes Anderson probably was that quirky, weird, and brilliant kid. If you don't like this movie, it's probably because the teen spirit in your heart was swept away like fallen leaves on the sides of the street.
Daniel C (kr) wrote: Jim & Michelle's wedding plans turn interesting when Stifler gets involved.At the time American Wedding came out it appeared to be the perfect wrap-up to the series and all good things came in threes. Jim had proposed to Michelle (through a somewhat typically embarrassing moment in a fancy restaurant) and the American Pie characters (those who remained) were now involved with the wedding preparations. Cue the formula that ran successfully in the previous two instalments.For whatever reason though, this outing appears to be the Stifler show with his character taking much of centre stage throughout. It's really about his quest to get with Michelle's sister and putting on a false persona to do so. I guess it works and there probably is only so much that Jim's character could do if he were to carry the film.What results is lots of crude humour, more bare skin and a scene involving dog poo that's best forgotten (and easily avoidable in a real world situation surely!)American Wedding brought the trilogy to a decent end - until someone reopened the book with the Reunion.
Al M (es) wrote: A mostly forgettable 80s horror film starring the beautiful Kelly Preston (the only memorable part of the film), Spellbinder tries to be a creepy tale of modern witchcraft, but ends up being nothing more than a rip-off of The Wicker Man and various other films. Entertaining for hardcore fans of 80s horror, Spellbinder can only be enjoyed as the piece of cheeseball horror that it is.