The Haunting of Harry Payne
Ex-gangster Harry Payne confronts his violent past and vengeance from beyond the grave.
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Cory H (kr) wrote: Very much independent film feel. Not very good. Thomas Hayden Church becomes the character but the rest is mediocre at best.
Vanessa L (mx) wrote: As long as you don't expect it to be spectacular...you won't be disappointed. These types of flicks bring me joy.
Galen A (jp) wrote: A well shot, tense, and elaborate thriller that has a completely ridiculous (but still creepy) ending. This would have been a 5 star film if it weren't for that ending which might have been shocking at the time but came off as corny to me. Reminds me of Hitchcock's Shadow of a Doubt which was another great classic thriller with a weak ending. Still worth a watch though.
katchoo (br) wrote: Like most sequels, I didn??t enjoy this one nearly as much as the original. Instead of leaving the explanations of the strange events unknown, this film had a very scientific approach to the creepy children with the deadly eyes. I did enjoy the Atomic Age twist on the story and how the children became politicized. Overall, not as amazing as the original, but a creative sequel worth seeing.
Deb S (ru) wrote: This is a action filled comedy western, funny and heartwarming and John plays his usual macho self. My favorite scene would be the one where George and Capucine succeeds in making the Duke jealous. Hilarious!
Grant S (it) wrote: Ellie Andrews is the daughter of a Wall Street mogul. Her father is highly protective of her and isn't pleased when she elopes, marrying a man she hardly knows. Ellie runs away from her father sets off across country to get to her husband in New York. On the bus she meets a recently-fired reporter, Peter Warne. The two don't get along but, figuring out who she is, and knowing that her father will have every route into New York covered with private detectives, he offers to help her get to a husband. In exchange he wants an exclusive on her story. The two tag along together, getting through some interesting adventures. Over time they even get to like each other...A gem of a film from legendary director Frank Capra. I was expecting a rather standard romantic drama but It Happened One Night is so much better than that. Warm, and hilariously funny at times, it's certainly not your average romantic comedy. Dialogue is incredibly fresh and snappy and even the romantic side is not straightforward, keeping the schmaltz to a minimum and taking some unpredictable twists and turns.The great direction by Capra and the solid script are aided by wonderful performances from Clark Gable and Claudette Colbert in the lead roles. The chemistry between them is great and their delivery is spot-on.Both Gable and Colbert received Oscars for their performances, as did Capra for Best Director. The movie was the well-deserved 1935 Best Picture Oscar winner.Though not Frank Capra's first movie, not by any means, this was the movie that put him on the map and kick-started a run of creativity that would see him make such classics as Mr. Deeds Goes to Town, You Can't Take It With You, Mr. Smith Goes to Washington, Meet John Doe, Arsenic and Old Lace and, of course, It's a Wonderful Life.
Elise P (ca) wrote: This strange, brilliant and contemplative film is excellent. A psychological thriller it poses more questions than it answers. Mentally disturbing and provocative. Worth watching.
Robert M (fr) wrote: Another pretty good comedy featuring the slight-witty styles of Paul Rudd and a cool younger appearance of Chris Mintz-Plasse. While the looks of Kiss were pretty top notch humor, there were also several other things to snicker at (Rudd - "One time I crapped my pants in front of a girl I was nervous of"). The title of course fits well with the comedic storyline and it was overall another pretty decent hilarity out there.
Pete M (de) wrote: Superb - how films should be. An utter breath of fresh air.