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Matthew M (us) wrote: Extremely underwhelming
Jared F (mx) wrote: sometimes the bad guy wins
Patricia B (gb) wrote: An intelligent, intriguing thriller that stays one step ahead of the viewer. The acting, clothing and set designs are terrific. I wish American filmmakers created suspense thrillers this smart.
Elissa B (mx) wrote: I'm so tired of movies with no story attached, or script rather. I'm sure many would agree that today's horrors, and movies in general, just aren't what they used to be. In fact, as of late, most horrors have been very disappointing (with a few exceptions of course). Usually, the director will throw in countless cheap scares to give us an illusion of terror and yeah, I'll get scared.. for about a second! Lame. Deadfall Trail has brought something real back to the screen. A very quiet beginning, and we are not quite sure when the story is going to dive into the horror! Probably because I am feeling so conditioned to the new formula of be.scared.every.second. :O FAVORITES: --Refreshing adventure born from the characters; everything in this movie happens as consequence of the characters' choices, actions or the lack thereof. In other words, its never "happenstance" or "movie magic." Everythings stems from reason or.. at least the characters' reasoning. VERY intense!! --Dynamics characters that are true to themselves. They never make decisions just so a movie can happen. And as different as they are from each other, they hardly balance each other. This all makes for a fantastic realism in a very unfeigned world. --Despite its "realism" as I've been emphasizing, the director still recognizes that this is a movie, and there are a couple of real trippy scenes--very called for though. Want to see some awesome stop-motion? Script: Yeah, it goes full circle, and makes you think and all that great stuff.. But what I found interesting was that it felt as though it was written by a screenwriter. Weird huh? Haven't seen those guys and gals in the credits for a while. Recommendations: See the movie. I could talk this film all day, and if you've read this far into my review you've already wasted time you could've been watching it.
George F (it) wrote: Shaggy before and this is after...
Josh C (gb) wrote: Very suspenseful and mind-bending.
Alex F (de) wrote: It's just a little slow. Realistic like most Mike Leigh films. Felt like watching through a keyhole into a lower income, working class family's home. Not a lot happens from that perspective.
Jackson P (br) wrote: Mel Gibson is awesome (but insane, in the movie and in real life)
Alex S (ru) wrote: Bergman, again, brilliantly showcases humanity in this overlooked gem with engaging performances and psychologically effective character studies.
Cem B (es) wrote: - a little bird told me. - mevkufsunuz.