The Crawling Eye
Alien creatures invade a remote mountain resort in Switzerland.
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Alan C (es) wrote: I have a hard time imagining how this film got any sort of positive rating. The opening few minutes have celebrities say what a wonderful guy Shep Gordon is, and the last few minutes feature similar blandishments by famous musicians and actors. In between we have 80 minutes describing an utterly self-absorbed, sexist, opportunistic, amoral guy. I'm not a prude, but after the fourth beautiful woman walks into his life and changes it utterly -- only to leave him a couple of years later -- it gets my moralistic dander up. This truly isn't worth your time, folks. I don't like Shep Gordon, and I don't like this film. Hollywood self-indulgence at its worst.
Matty S (au) wrote: An engagingly odd film. It feels like some sort of modern take on a fable, but I don't think it is. It is actually a surrealist take on family, God and the constant struggle between good and evil. You will not be able to look away. ...Though later, you might wish you had. This is a haunting and darkly humorous work of art.
Mike J (ca) wrote: Holy crap... What a waste of film...
Keith C (gb) wrote: Surpisingly cute and fun.
John C (ca) wrote: Tense, thrilling and blessed with a talented cast, We Own the Night is engaging from beginning to end despite a rather predictable ending.
Shingo H (de) wrote: This movie is heartrending, however I watched this again and again.
Lauren S (jp) wrote: One of my all time favorite creature features!
Justin H (kr) wrote: The main problem with "Habitat," is that it suffers from something of an identity crisis. First and foremost, it doesn't understand the kind of world it wants to portray. We're presented with a future where everyone dresses like it's the '90s, but acts like they're stuck in the '50s, which doesn't work at all if this is supposed to be a look into the actual future and not a "retro-future" like in the "Fallout" series of video games. Beyond that though, "Habitat" can't even decide on a tone for itself, as it often jumps wildly from attempts to be serious to scenes which simply could -not- have been written with any intent other than poking fun at the movie itself. Especially scenes involving the character of "Coach."Then there's the acting. Oh ye gods, the acting. It's laughably bad when the human characters are chewing up the scenery, but when we cut to the absorbed, swarm-like version of Andreas' father, his line delivery is not only bad, but often unintelligible. Half the fun is trying to figure out just what the hell he's saying (and the guy -never- shuts up), and usually getting it wrong.And make no mistake, there IS fun to be had here in a very MST3K sort of fashion. So much goes so wrong, that you can't help but enjoy kicking back with some friends and lambasting the hell out of this film. Provided of course, that your friends aren't the type to be bothered by a handful of random nude scenes. If that sounds like your kind of thing, chances are you'll find something entertaining here, whether the people who made this intended it to be or not.
James W (us) wrote: Under-rated but the directors cut is better.
Paul D (us) wrote: When this first came out critics gave this film a lot of hate. Fast forward a couple decades later I wonder if they would feel the same way. This is exactly how most schools are these days. The last thing schools care about is education for our children. This film captures the politics of school perfectly!
Dexter H (de) wrote: SUBLIME Only once every decade does a film so gritty, moving and honest become so well loved. Babylon's cult film status is more than earned due to the astute casting soundtrack and story. Expect this re-release to open the door of this film to a new generation of fans.
Knox M (mx) wrote: While it is often remembered only for the car chase, Bullitt is an old-fashioned, hard-boiled, thrilling action/mystery flick.Best scene: Airport chase
Jaime R (us) wrote: The moment you see Louis Malle's credit, you know you're in for a treat.
Neil A (kr) wrote: Surprisingly good, great kitch horror with some truly funny (intended) dialogue.well recommended.
Gavin M (ru) wrote: Another great Tony Scott film. Denzel Washington and Gene Hackman are explosive in their performances.
Claudette A (ca) wrote: A strange movie that I couldn't understand.