Horror screenwriter, Umeki, has writer's block. He goes with his pregnant wife, Akiko, to a check-up and is struck with an incredible idea - a horror story about a woman who gives birth to ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Watashi no akachan
Horror screenwriter, Umeki, has writer's block. He goes with his pregnant wife, Akiko, to a check-up and is struck with an incredible idea - a horror story about a woman who gives birth to ...
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Ronald C (kr) wrote: Was another average Statham movie
Dan K (es) wrote: Don't let the score discourage you if you are an atheist. You'll be thinking a lot of "yep, that's what happens" moments.
Brian B (nl) wrote: This is a highly entertaining thriller which will keep you on the edge of your seat throughout its entirety.After a truck driver wakes up inside a coffin, he discovers that terrorists captured him and are holding him for ransom. All he has with him is a phone and a knife.Despite the fact that this movie is filmed in a coffin the entire time, the movie interests us every step of the way. The claustrophobic setting makes the movie really tense. The fact that this movie is filmed in a coffin for the whole movie makes for an impressive feat.Ryan Reynolds gave a gripping performance which carried this movie expertly. His emotions and facial expressions engage us in the movie in many scenes.I'm not going to spoil the ending but it is quite unexpected and sad. However, it is fitting and the viewer understands why it was necessary. There was really no other fitting way for the movie to end.In certain parts though, disbelief must be suspended. For example, I don't think his phone would've worked under the sand. Also, he probably would've suffocated long before the credits rolled. I don't think he would have had enough Oxygen to survive so long. These nitpicks don't completely take the viewer out of the experience but it does bug them a bit.Overall, this is a pretty great movie. As long as you can get by the nitpicks then this will be a tense and claustrophobic thriller which will keep you on the edge of your seat the entire time.
Calib M (ru) wrote: This is such a silly movie, about halfway through the film the plot is forgotten and substituted for a melodramatic love triangle that no one cares about, major aspects remain unexplained and unresolved, all in favor of a love story.''House of Flying Daggers'' is merely a love story, the martial arts scenes lose all meaning and relevance, even the 'epic' finale. THe ending is nothing but preposterous. Sure, there are moments of visual and emotional beauty, but all is lost when the interesting plot, that is setup in the first half, gets thrown out of the window in favor of a love story...''House of Flying Daggers'' feauture some amazing scenary, stunning costume design and lavish cinematography -- But also a lousy plot, poor acting (except maybe the finale), little continuity and a laughable ending. It's 2 hour run time almost feels like 3 and the feeling of being cheated by an unedning set of directorial switches becomes as inescapable as tose boomeranging daggers.While ''Hero'' (a different film by the same director, which truly IS a masterpiece) leaves you pondering meanings for days, ''House of Flying Daggers'' doesnt leave you with anything more than, ''Swords are sharp, Ziyi Zhang is pretty. There sure is a lot of bamboo in China.''
Ella H (it) wrote: At least it wasn't low low budget movie. Whatnot, Okey. Not to say you couldn't spend your time better.
Jonathan F (mx) wrote: Three short films based on Poe. The final tale, Fellini's Toby Dammit, is awesome!
Hayden H (jp) wrote: I recommend this to everyone!!!
Ken S (br) wrote: Cool animation, great stories, mixed execution in this animated horror anthology film based on 5 short stories by Edgar Allen Poe. Visually, I really like this film...a nice mix of animation styles to tell several different Poe stories. I also liked that the recently deceased Christopher Lee and the long deceased Bela Lugosi make posthumous appearances in this one, as well as the great Roger Corman, who directed several Poe adaptations in the 60s. There is neat stuff, but some of it felt a little dull, especially the framing story. The best stories in this one were "the Fall of the House of Usher" and the "Pit and the Pendulum" adaptations.