The Great New Wonderful
The Great New Wonderful weaves five stories against the backdrop of an anxious and uncertain post-9-11 New York City.
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Kyle F (ag) wrote: Average obnoxious teens getting killed off by a masked madman. Some great cameos from earlier horror films, but nothing special here.
Erica J (jp) wrote: Every 5 years or so I get obsessed with something this weird.
Chris P (it) wrote: Believe it or not, I've seen worse. Worth watching just for the few overly ridiculous laugh out loud parts.
Michael D (de) wrote: An impressive documentary about a series of serial killings in Staten Island during the 70's and 80's, the story of Willowbrook School for children with intellectual disabilities and the social outcast Andr Rand is the stuff of nightmares. The style of the documentary grates somewhat but the story is so compelling, that it weathers that difficulty.
Jerod B (de) wrote: Ed Gein's influence is every place now days! Though in this one he is made out to be some big Muscle dude which is NOT accurate among other quirks.........
Grant S (fr) wrote: Had potential, and some interesting moments, but ultimately fails to deliver. Drifts throughout and only really comes together at the end.
Jason W (kr) wrote: A little far-fetched, but entertaining nonetheless. Much better than that Day Of Tomorrow crapola of a movie.
Chuck B (br) wrote: In most movies I wouldn't like it if I felt they were preaching their liberal politics. In most movies I wouldn't like it if I didn't like the character flaws of the main characters. But this movie like the first isn't about what they say or who they are. Instead it is about the interaction between our main characters and their chemistry. It is a simple movie about a couple who met 9 years ago and spent one night getting to know each other. Now they meet again and it is as they were never apart. I look forward to the next movie.
Scott M (nl) wrote: Chick flick about a guy with a very troubled past who meets a girl and falls in love. Also a good comedy, but more dry humor than anything else. One of my favorite romance movies. The ending is awesome.
Zack B (de) wrote: Not a really good movie, although compared to "The Butcher of Plainfield" it is Citizen Kane. Steve Railsback does a good job of playing Gein, but the story is dull. It's factual but still assumes a lot of rumors. The best aspect of this movie is that it is unintentionally hilarous especially when Gein runs out of his house with his women "mask" on. Better off watching the A&E Biography.
Jacob D (es) wrote: Very good stop motion picture and very Creative.
stefano l (de) wrote: It doesn't do anything to be liked.
Private U (nl) wrote: I'm not into the whole drag thang, but something about this movie really caught my attention. The angst of the two main characters was extremely moving.
Gavin P (ru) wrote: Good sketch gig of the six Python's doing what they did best - being wacky & absurd! It works better as a film, as you can tell as lot of the sketches would take a bit to clean off the stage & re-set it up! Not as great as any of the films, although almost as good as 'And Now for Something Completely Different'. Best sketch: trying to out-do each other with how poor/hard-done-by they were growing up!
Robert H (us) wrote: Shock Treatment while being an interesting and fun film to watch, misses being a proper sequel to RHPS completely. Sure you get returning actors, some returning characters and it's still full of music but the scene isn't explained. It's as if everyone seemingly lives in this television station and its programs and without the film starting outside of this world, you don't get any kind of grounding in reality. Add the fact that the songs aren't nearly as good or memorable as RHPS and tend to lean towards a very similar style throughout (this goes for sets and costumes as well) giving the film a tired feeling very early. And our new Janet doesn't really share much with our old Janet so having the apparent continuation of RHPS into this film just doesn't work as well as it should. This seems like a completely different world and characters despite the kooky and zany appearance. Still, the film is a lot of fun and quite enjoyable on its own... but it will forever lie in the shadows of its predecessor
Ian C (ru) wrote: Text book B-Movie heaven. One ponders why such a fine actor like Robert Forster always ends up in these flicks.
Michael T (es) wrote: Another masterful 'surrealismo' from Senor Bunuel...
Pravin A (ca) wrote: Powerful French film about faith, sin, religion, guilt etc. Wonder how athiest director Robert Bresson can make such a persuasive religious film.
Harry B (ru) wrote: The plot was serviceable at best, and Don Ameche had far too little to do, but this was enjoyable nonetheless. Edward Arnold is pleasant as Diamond Jim Brady. The old music was good; the new songs for the movie weren't as compelling.
Cody M (ca) wrote: A twisty fun romp. Now really looking forward to seeing what they do with the remake, especially since the Coen Bros wrote it.