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Cylus O (mx) wrote: Boring and stupid for the most part but the ending I liked. It conjures up memories of Children of the Corn and Lord of the Flies, a shame it wasn't on the level of either of those movies. I was quite surprised by the showing of the explicit murder of children.....that is a taboo in film, so I give them credit for daring to be bold. Honestly those children needed to be killed.
Gerhard J (au) wrote: One of the most overrated films in recent memory. Beasts of the Southern Wild is confusing, a mixture of styles and genres which never feels cohesive, resulting in a sloppy mess.
Luciano G (br) wrote: If you love watching horror movies then this will be fun to watch, Its not ranked up there with the classics, Salem's lot or The Exorcist, but its worth a watch. Courtney Hope is an okay lead and the rest of the cast do well enough with their supporting roles but the only one who makes a really good impression is Bruce Payne playing his part perfectly.... and I think the only bad thing about this movie was the twist at the end, which was pointless and it sort of ruined the film a little. If they had made the film a little more macabre for the ending, it would have been much better....
Jack R (de) wrote: funny and Anna Faris gave a great performance. Really silly and fun to watch. 8/10
Nathan G (nl) wrote: "Crash" with indie oddness in Norway. I didn't really take this film seriously.
Seth U (ca) wrote: Not a big documentary fan but happy to see a film where 2pac can actually speak for himself.
Ker Malkin G (it) wrote: Authentic and original. I couldn't have pictured a better man than Giamatti to portray Harvey Pekar. I also loved how they incorporated the Letterman shows the real Pekar was in into the film. Having said all that, I thought it was a great flick.
Dan H (ru) wrote: Probably the darkest Noir I have seen, which is fitting since the term Film Noir itself means Dark Film. In this classic, Ralph Meeker plays Mike Hammer, a dirty private eye who becomes wrapped up in a dark mystery when the hitchhiker he picks up on a dark road is murdered and he and his car are plunged down a hill. He survives, but is consumed with having to know why she died and so investigates. He's not your typical hero, as he uses violent means as a way to get the information he needs and what's more, he enjoys it (as you can see by his awesome grin as he intimidates and beats up anyone who gets in his way). The ending of the film is also all kinds of great, leaving us with a bit of a cliffhanger. What happens next? Let your imagination run wild friends. A great film and a classic Noir. The mysterious box at the center of the story would also go on to inspire the ark in Raiders of The Lost Ark, and the suitcase in Pulp Fiction.
F B (es) wrote: Unfortunately this film tries to make a hero out of scum but I cant deny it was quite a good film with some strong violence and a really gritty and raw feel to it.
Sandra C (de) wrote: Wow what a tear jerker. Very touch story filled with romance and tragedies of life.