A young archaeologist believes he is cursed by a mask that causes him to have weird nightmares and possibly to murder. Before committing suicide, he mails the mask to his psychiatrist, Dr. Barnes, who is soon plunged into the nightmare world of the mask.
A young archaeologist believes he is cursed by a mask that causes him to have weird nightmares and possibly to murder. Before committing suicide, he mails the mask to his psychiatrist, Dr. Barnes, who is soon plunged into the nightmare world of the mask. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Mask torrent reviews
(mx) wrote: It has its moments and isn't the worst film I've ever seen.
(ag) wrote: Some powerful moments in here, but there is also a lot of "state-of-China" stuff that is a bit too on the nose. Also, sometimes Jia is just too rigorous. I'm thinking of the moment when one of the characters stands on the steps of the building. Two guys run past him to grab a guy at the phone booth (and I think the camera pans slowly over there). They walk past the main character again off screen and then we hear a police siren. There is a lot of ostentatiously off-screen sound like that. As if showing a police car would be just too Hollywood.
(ag) wrote: This film in my eyes suffers an identity crisis. It wants to be this 'dark-comedy' but fails to link these things together, resulting in a film which is dark and shocking for the first 30 minuets and for the rest a non-sensical comedy that will have you screaming wtf?! But once you allow yourself to stop expecting the film to make any sense at all it does becomes one of the funniest films you'll ever see
(us) wrote: horrible movie! but WAYYYY better than Manos:The Hands of Fate!
(it) wrote: Who Framed Roger Rabbit is a truly remarkable film that was both way ahead of its time and strongly reminiscent of films from our past. Every time I watch this movie I marvel at how well they blend the cartoon animation with the live action. Yes, you can see the disconnect between the two if you're analyzing it closely, but the movie is so entertaining you kind of forget. Also the cast of actors are so good that you genuinely feel there's someone there when they are really just talking with thin air. Then there's the story which feels like it was plucked straight out of a classic film noir. There's a private detective who takes a case that results in murder, he suspects a femme fatale, and has to piece together the clues before his client gets murdered as well. Honestly, if you take away the living cartoons you could almost see Humphrey Bogart starring in this thing. Speaking of which, Bob Hoskins is delightful in the lead role. I think he does a good job of displaying anger and frustration with his life, and his interactions with Roger are great. I love Christopher Lloyd as Judge Doom also, but I kind of wish his performance was a little more subtle because he is so obviously evil from his very first moment on screen that you kind of feel like he's up to something from the beginning. Luckily there are still surprises that get revealed in the end so it never mattered all that much to me. I think the only real problem I ever had with this movie is that the cartoons give the illusion that this might be a kids movie, so I saw it when it first came out and I was still a bit young for that. Between the adult themes that permeate most of the film, and the scary ending I was terrified. But for adults I think Who Framed Roger Rabbit is a winner that still holds up well today.
(mx) wrote: a good wholesome movie
(es) wrote: A movie that inspires me. A family movie at it's best filled with crazy chases and hi jinks. Fender voiced by the late Robin Williams so you know it's going to be fun.
(br) wrote: Even though I have yet to read the book, the movie does wonders in telling a story. You connect with a fostered girl in Nazi Germany who is taught to read by her parents in the midst of the Holocaust. Persecution is something to be afraid of. The Book Thief was such a great narrative but it felt as though there was no written conclusion. There are plots that simply drift away and re-insert themselves back in causing plot holes.
(kr) wrote: The best the franchise has given us, good effects and cool action. With that being said, it still suffers from the same thin writing and cringe worthy dialogue.