A young couple's weekend getaway at a secluded mountain ranch becomes an unfathomable nightmare when they discover the truth about the caretaker.
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Daniel S (gb) wrote: Surprisingly good horror film from the "mumblecore" indie folks, ie adam wingard, joe swanberg, while you can tell its almost improvised, it works here, as it gives the performances a more realistic feel, which is also helped by the performances of the 2 leads, but the main reason it works is the plot, sometimes the mumblecore films have little plot, but here its a good one and it kept me involved throughout, its streaming on netflix, not a bad one to check out
Johnny R (mx) wrote: Great movie!! It was funny, romantic, and entertaining!! The cast was awesome and had amazing chemistry!! Every couple should check this out!!
Lilia A (br) wrote: This is a movie that my family watches over and over. And each time it is just as enjoyable.I can't do a proper review on this movie, as I feel like it would be biased.But I definitely recommend this movie. It is a wonderful, heartwarming, family movie.
Andrew H (gb) wrote: I used to like this when I was younger. It was pretty decent for a kids movie.
Grant H (jp) wrote: Pretty good movie. All the Right Moves isn't the most original or inspired film, touching on a lot of clichs, but it is carried by its fantastic performances from its cast, especially Cruise, Thompson and Nelson.
Art S (de) wrote: Ray Milland in a Roger Corman low-budget flick focused on a "mad scientist" who develops some eye-drops that allow him to see through things. He wants to use it for good (finding tumors, diagnosing illnesses) but this is not to be. Corman's psychedelic use of "spectravision" means that there is an experimental tone to the latter half of the film -- seeing through things means seeing them with all the colors of the prism (and blurry). However, too much plot time is spent on chases and not enough on the philosophical/religious pay-off. But there is Don Rickles!
Marty K (de) wrote: Audie Murphy couldn't act but he really wore the black leather jacket well as The Silver Kid. The real star is the piledriver pace of Don Siegel's direction. And you've gotta love any movie from 1952 where the first time you see the femme fatale she strangles some poor sap with his own kerchief.
Colette M (es) wrote: This was a great show! Very Romantic!!
Rob (kr) wrote: As feel-good as anything by Frank Capra. Miraculous.
Jonny B (au) wrote: A brilliant look at what war does to man. The ending is haunting and will stay with you forever.