The Last Train
Two people, a Frenchman Julien Maroyeur and a Jewish German woman (Anna Kupfer) met on a train while escaping the German army entering France.
- Stars:Gerald Ames, Manora Thew, Kenelm Foss, Douglas Munro, Marga La Rubia, Philip Hewland, Jean-Louis Trintignant, Romy Schneider, Maurice Biraud, Paul Amiot, Nike Arrighi, Paul Le Person, Anne Wiazemsky, Roger Ibáñez, Jean Lescot, Franco Mazzieri, Serge Marquand, Régine, Jacques Alric, Henri Attal, Paul Bonifas,
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Tim S (de) wrote: Dead Souls premiered on the Chiller network in October of 2012. I'll be completely honest here though and admit that I liked this movie much more than I expected to. One of the main reasons why is because it isn't chock full of jump scares for once in a horror film. It has atmosphere and handles the idea of a ghost story better than many of its theatrical contemporaries. And the violence in the movie, while gory, does make you fear for the lead characters' fates a bit more. The characters are also set up fairly well. While we've seen these types of stories with these types of characters many times over, it felt a bit refreshing because it seemed to have a bit of intelligence and a better craft behind it. It's not about the creepy things that pop out of the closet, or the chair that inexplicably moves in a static room. I think it has the potential to become a classic with hardcore horror fans. It has all of the elements to do so, and being fairly-well put together, it's doesn't feel like a part of the Hollywood horror movie machinery as of late.
Ilana W (ca) wrote: HA TAKE THAT SPACE CHIMPS!!!!
Tayden M (ag) wrote: I expected this movie to be more like "Thank You For Smoking". I have to give this movie credit in the sense that it was a great idea for a movie and had great potential to be a truely memorable one as well. I think the problem was the script and the story were pretty weak. I think the acting was decent but its not like the actors had a whole lot to work with. The movie focus' on one individual and doesn't move much beyond that so it feels kinda boring and sterile. Aside from that though, I think it subtly says whats on most of our minds regarding the state the pharmaceutical & healthcare companies are in these days. Also, the "sex sells" motto that seems to be pushed down the throats of many young business people these days is displayed in this movie. This movie is a little premature but I think they did pretty good with what they were trying to accomplish. Mediocre movie but worth a rental if you have a free one saved up from Blockbuster. :)
pendleton b (gb) wrote: I can't get these kids out of my head. This film is incredibly powerful. See it.
Marco F (nl) wrote: Marisa Tomei is the clear standout in this horrible, visually droll film. The director must have been high all the time on all sorts of drugs while making this, because this movie (I know I shouldn't compare films made before others) looks like ACROSS THE UNIVERSE when you're watching it while tripping serious balls on acid, meth and LSD all at the same time.
Hael M (fr) wrote: The singularly worst movie Ihave ever seen. Rampant narcissim, bizarre idealised plot lines and charatcers, and a thinly veiled attempt at justifying polarised and abusive relationships. Totally eugh.
John M (ca) wrote: Too Effects Happy for Its Own GoodAlex Proyas had directed a number of interesting films up to this point in 2004. But, maybe getting a big budget got him effects happy! And, boy does he way over do it in "I, Robot!"The film ends up becoming yet another feature-length effects reel, seemingly made to show us the abilities of the effects crew, instead of telling a decent story.And, that wouldn't be too big a deal, except for the fact that the movie is based on the science-fiction classic by Issac Asimov. So, when you are watching the mindless effects-packed action sequences, you are absolutely thinking about what a waste of time this movie can be.Asimov's famous Three Laws of Robotics serves as an important plot element here, but that's pretty much it for the source material's involvement. The story created for the movie does have some good elements, but just when the story gets interesting, it's time for another please-make-it-stop effects sequence!It definitely gets wearing on the viewer, to the point that you're just ready for the movie to wrap up by its end.Best to grab Asimov's original, and get the "I, Robot" that's worth your time!