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Will P (ag) wrote: Necrostorms debut picture Adam Chaplin comes across like The Crow meets Fist of the North Star that is absolutely busting with outrageous gore and severed limbs akin to Brain Dead/Dead Alive. Two versions are available - The standard and the Extended version. The standard is a rougher looking film and will apeal more to fans of raw German Splatter and comic book fans with it's choppy editing and raw effects, whilst the extended version is darker and extremely atmospheric and we the audience get a real insight into Adams loss and pain, something that didn't really come across to well in the previous version. Also the 1000's of gallons of blood that cover the screen look much more realistic in the extended plus there is much more of it this time round (didn't think this was possible lol)
Sofi T (gb) wrote: Why r there twilight saga breaking dawn photos in the photo gallery!! This has nothing to do with twilight!!!!!
Patrice V (ru) wrote: I think this was a great movie, may not be action galore but well balanced movie. Because of your 40% rating, im now doubting the ratings from rotten tomatoes
Cody G (ag) wrote: Perhaps the best movie made about cultural clash, most especially regarding missionaries unrightfully trying to convert pagan Amazonians to Christianity against their will, while also fending off destroyers of the rapidly disappearing rainforest. Brilliant, tragic, but ultimately worthwhile film that explores many disturbing prospects: death of children, religious conversions, land and people exploitation, etc.
Ben L (kr) wrote: Midnight Cowboy is a heavy story about a man named Joe Buck from Texas who thinks he can easily make a living as a gigolo in New York. He runs into quite a few problems including a con man played by Dustin Hoffman. However, eventually these 2 form a friendship that becomes the heart of the rest of the film. The journey for Joe Buck is intensified when they include a number of flashbacks that show the darkness of his past trauma. It helped me sympathize with his character, and feel very bad about all the things that happen to him. The subject matter isn't exactly my cup of tea, but I thought the presentation was fairly strong. Life can be dark for people in this kind of position, so the movie probably needed to be this way. I had some difficulty recognizing the significance of Hoffman's character because they didn't give him enough background or motivation, but I appreciated that Joe finally had someone he could connect with on a non-sexual basis. The weirdest thing in the movie was the way that the duo was ushered into the party that kicked off the climax of the movie. That really came out of left field, which kind of bugged me. I wanted some sense to it, some reason for it happening, but the movie offered none. The conclusion was tough, especially since I had started to see Joe as almost a child-like character, so his look of helplessness hit me hard. One last thing that should be noted is the brilliant performance of Jon Voight. The fact that I constantly refer to him as Joe in this review and not Jon is a sign how much he became the character. When I looked at Ratso I saw Hoffman, but standing next to him was simply Joe Buck. Midnight Cowboy is a deep movie, and the fact that it affected me emotionally makes me think it was very effective. I doubt I'll ever watch it again, but I have to admit it's a good film.
Michael A (au) wrote: An absolutely disastrous film with no heart, bland story and characters, and no meaning of it's existence.