The Fall of the Louse of Usher: A Gothic Tale for the 21st Century
Rock star Roddy Usher's wife is murdered and Rod is sent to a lunatic asylum in this gothic-comedy-horror-musical.
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Matthew M (br) wrote: As much as it went too personal than "Like Crazy", "In Breathe" is beautifully done with an unfaithful story. For me Mackenzie Davis is the hilight for the film.
Nada B (br) wrote: Not worth watching. Bad acting, bad script and not scary at all. Boring! Don't waste your time.
Ray J (jp) wrote: An interesting, well made and wel paced documentary.
Rob T (jp) wrote: This movie doesn't quite know what it wants to be and doesn't have the courage to take a risk and make a choice. It's wishy washy and, as a result, it fails on most levels.
ld p (jp) wrote: NOTE: I now have five special lists. Foreign Oscar Nominated. the five films nominated each year for Oscar foreign film 2009-1975. I love art film and foreign films. I saw Fellini Satyricon when I was 18. and I saw I am Curious Yellow and IF when I was 16. see and use these lists to select some good foreign films like I am doing,.!! enjoy: Le petit lieutenant (English: The Young Lieutenant) is a 2005 drama by French director Xavier Beauvois. Nice Police thriller might be dull for the dull heads and thriller killer crowd.. I enjoyed it especially for its gritty reality and the protagonist is fighting (and winning) her battle from alcoholism. She even goes some AA meetings int his movie. She won a Cesar Award for: Best Actress ? Leading Role (Nathalie Baye). There is the think of a possible romantic involvement with a younger cop fresh out of the academy--Antoine Derouere. He is married. So this film is really a day to day look at their lives and police procedure as the murder investigation proceeds. I enjoyed the film strong 3 or 4 stars.
Alex H (ru) wrote: I enjoyed it. Its nothing brilliant but fairly entertaining and feel good. Sometimes the overstylised nature of it gets a bit frustrating in parts, but for the most part it helps give the film an extra energy and makes it feel fun when otherwise it might have been quite depressing.
Cristi B (fr) wrote: filmu lu van damme cu cea mai buna scenografie
Ashish N (us) wrote: i liked this girl very muchh.. she was , no doubt beautiful but carried away those moments where she gets topless.. were lovley!! but the ending is disaster as lust is confused for love!!! good movie. girls may not like this movie!!! sorry!!
Farriel S (jp) wrote: Yesterday I tried to get I phone 4 hooked up after waiting over a week for a sims card ,they said they had sent two but I never got them,after all day on the phone with them I finally got a answer that they could not hook it up ,but it was already hooked up to straight talk to start with .the phone was given to me and the oner said he had it hooked up with straight talk .I was told onces that the phone was hooked up when it wasn't ,I got to the point I could not understand the person on the phone and I would ask to talk to some one that could speak English ,but they would not get anyone they kept avoiding the answer to get some one .i have never had such a hart time getting a phone hooked up this happens ever time I have deal with them ,I helped my brother in law hoock his up and it went to the next day and it wasn't hooked up so I call back the next day and got his working finally after I spook with some one that speakers English ,while I was on the phone this one person was saying she hates this and I ask her what she said and she said nothing ,don't like it find another job just don't tell some one its hooked up or it can't be hooked up if u don't know ,if another company would offer what this one did I would not be with straight talk ,wish the company would get this straighten out ,but Iam sure nothing will be done about this complaint .
Sam M (mx) wrote: Admittedly a bit flat but Chevy's got even better films.
Robert B (it) wrote: Martin (Geroge Romero, 1977)[originally posted 5Nov2001]George Romero's debut film, Night of the Living Dead, is a Hollywood legend, a movie that over thirty years of release has grossed over a hundred thousand times its cost and turned into a bona fide wordwide phenomenon. Romero was widely hailed (when not being described as Satan incarnate or scaring folks so badly they introduced the MPAA ratings system) as America's next big thing, the filmmaker who would change the face of Hollywood-now that they realized he existed.Then came a string of films for which "unwatchable" is the kindest possible term-two (There's Always Vanilla and Jack's Wife) stock seventies melodramas so bad that they faded into obscurity in about ten minutes apiece, and one (The Crazies) attempt to return to the horror genre that lacks, well, horror. For nine long years, it looked as if Romero were suffering through a neverending sophomore slump.Then someone got a brilliant idea-why not combine Peyton Place-style melodrama and elements of horror? Hey, Cronenberg did it in 1975 with Shivers and got a half-decent audience response, right?The result was Martin, Romero's fifth film and the beginning of the career that should have started just after Night of the Living Dead was released. It was a long, long time after this before Romero released another bad movie (and some say he still hasn't; all depends on your opinion of The Dark Half). Romero took the same approach with Martin that he did with Night of the Living Dead: cast a whole lot of unknowns, shoot on the cheapest possible film, make the movie as far outside the confines of Hollywood as possible. And it worked, and it worked tremendously.Martin is the story of, depending on who you believe, either a conflicted teen who's been brainwashed by his family or an eighty-plus-year-old vampire intent on terrorizing his family (in either case, it's John Amplas in his screen debut). Martin has just moved to Pittsburgh from Indiana to live with his grandfather/cousin (again, depending on to whom you listen), Cuda (Lincoln Maazel, Lorin's father, in his only screen appearance) and cousin/niece, etc., Christina (Christine Forrest). Upon arrival, Cuda makes no bones about his belief that Martin is a vampire and relegates him to the same outcast status enjoyed by Christina. Eventually, though, the family feeling of the neighborhood wins out, and Martin starts developing friendships, even a sexual relationship with a lonely housewife, Mrs. Santini (Elizabeth Nadeau). He also becomes a regular caller to a late night talk show under the moniker "The Count," and he and the host try to work out some of the family neuroses that plague Martin throughout the movie.What stands out about the film, aside from Romero's direction and the naturalness of the actors (there's a reason casting unknowns is a popular trend for independent directors), is the exceptional subtlety in the script. Martin is so befuddled by his family he really doesn't know if he's a vampire or not; neither do we. His relationships point to both social and sexual virginity, though we're well aware that Martin is neither (the original cut of the film was X-rated; Romero was forced to cut a grand total of two seconds to achieve the R), and the way the various characters sympathetic to him allow Martin to start to flower as a person is touching-something unexpected, to say the least, in a horror film. For lack of a better word, the whole thing is quite nice, and would have been a minor, obscure coming-of-age flick if not for Martin's alternately horrifying and humorous attempts to live up to his supposed birthright and his grandfather's head popping up now and again and hissing "nosssssferaaaatuuuuuuuu!" at him.A wonderful movie. While it didn't live up to the changing-the-face-of-American-film thing, Romero had already done that with Night of the Living Dead; looked at by itself, Martin is a remarkable little movie, and one that deserves a wider audience. **** 1/2
Jerry W (kr) wrote: This movie was disjointed with a plot that was weak. I have no idea (other than money) why Jeff Bridges and Sally Field would be involved in something like this?
Arvin B (mx) wrote: My favorite Green Lantern animated movie! Highly recommended for anyone who wants to know more about the Green Lantern Corps!
Chris B (us) wrote: The strange thing with this movie was I thought it would be funnier. Every time there was a joke or a bit made for laughs they seemed to be on the cusp of a good joke but would rush to it or never get there. The other major retraction was the actors were not playing characters who were believable or very likeable. When they ended up in perilous situations I didn't feel worried for them for this reason. With all this said there were a few good jokes and I thought the premise was interesting just the execution let the film down.
Wiebke K (de) wrote: So much fun, great cast, story and landscapes in the UK and Iceland.
Leonardo Malacay S (es) wrote: Policas malos, policas buenos (?) Sangre, venganzas, trafico, verdades
Juliana C (it) wrote: A feel-good classic. Everyone loved the trad tunes and lovable characters. Reminds me that I must take my kid to Starry Plough soon. Or better still, coastal Ireland.