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Dann M (mx) wrote: Dark and disturbing, Nocturnal Animals is a heavily stylistic character drama starring Amy Adams and Jake Gyllenhaal. The story follows an art gallery owner who receives a novel manuscript from her ex-husband, and its disturbing content awakens old memories. Both Adams and Gyllenhaal give incredible performances, and are backed by a strong supporting cast; including Michael Shannon and Isla Fisher. However, the storytelling is weak and underserves some of the subplots. Also, the director lingers a little too long at times, making some scenes very uncomfortable (which could be the point but can turn off some audiences). While Nocturnal Animals is extraordinarily powerful, it's a bit rough and macabre.
Mike M (fr) wrote: Levy-Hinte keeps us waiting for the A-grade material - the opening half-hour features a lot of tweedy English producer Keith Bradshaw arguing the toss over cables and bunting with rotund American stage engineers - yet from the moment Brown steps off the plane in Kinshasa, surrounded by what one is obliged to refer to as a bevy of stewardesses, you're right there in the thick of it... Inevitably, there are a couple of acts for which you'd happily remain in the beer tent - for me, it was the tribal dancers and the Latin harmony act - but, 35 years on, this probably is the best advert Mobutu's Zaire never had at the time. The cameras, free to roam on stage and off, keep picking up moments that are as much to do with tremendous music - Bill Withers' electrifying rendition of "Hope She'll Be Happier", just one man, his guitar, and a lot of long and lonely nights - as with the surrounding carnival: Ali, here relegated to brief but elegant supporting cameos, trading comedy punches with the Detroit Spinners, or sat on a sofa in the middle of nowhere, riffing on the differences between African and American flies.
Brad S (br) wrote: - I've seen this a few times now, and I like it. Though it's not a great movie, it does have some funny bits. The cast is excellent and Steve Carrell always makes me laugh.- Not a great movie, but I laughed a lot...it really depends on how much you like Steve Carrell.
mike p (us) wrote: Requiem For A Vampire is another journey into the gothic fairy tale world of French director Jean Rollin. I absolutly love his vampire films, and this is no exception. Requiem employs all the mechanics of all the other Rollin films ive seen so far...Creepy French Castles, little dialogue, gel lighting, incredibly gorgeous woman whith hypnotic gazes, cheap special effects, cool music and of coarse great atmosphere. I loved the way this film begins with the two female leads, dressed as clowns in full makeup, on a high speed chase through the French country side. It was beautiful. If i were to recommend a Rollin film to someone this wouldnt be the first one, but still if you get what the man is doing youll love this one too.
Steve H (jp) wrote: Yet another good crime thriller.
Tyler R (jp) wrote: Was very mediocre. The acting and dialogue is very poor. The action scenes were ok. Very average teen movie.
Jeff S (br) wrote: Great work from Steve Carell and Mark Ruffalo carry this film, which gets boring every now and then
Victor J (us) wrote: It was one of the best parody film ever made on history
David S (de) wrote: It's about flesh eating sand; sand that kills people. Like, literally. The Sand (aka Killer Beach) starts off as a so-bad-it's-good kind of movie, providing plenty of laughs about these idiot's predicament, being surrounded by killer sand (it's funnier each time you say it). And the sand alien was pretty good at first, as the little worm like strands that instantaneously attack human flesh. But the idea grew tiresome and the graphics absurd towards the end when the tiny strands become enormous, monstrous tentacles of sorts. Worth a good laugh, just goes out poorly.