Werewolf: The Beast Among Us
Set in a 19th century village, a young man studying under a local doctor joins a team of hunters on the trail of a wolf-like creature.
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Junaid A (jp) wrote: 20 billion rupees? Why he did not pay it to Indian Judge to solve all problems
Nicki M (au) wrote: I liked some things about this movie and others not so much. First the pluses - I loved the 80's setting and the quaint little town it is set in. It bought back a lot of 80's memories and familiar sights (and fashions). Just based on this alone, I liked it. Now the not so good - the ping pong. I mean, okay, it's in the title. I can't claim to be shocked that this movie is a lot about ping pong. But wow. Boring. The young cast are unknowns. I guess I can understand why they went that way as it does help the feel of the movie to not be distracted by famous faces. Though not all of them are great. It kind of has the feel of an 80's movie you could rent for $2 on video and never have heard of. Probably exactly what they were going for. The older cast include Amy Sedaris, Lea Thompson and Susan Sarandon. Overall a movie I liked but didn't love.
Jose D (us) wrote: MANUALE D'AMORE es un relato muy vital dividido en 4 fragmentos demarcados: ENAMORAMIENTO, CRISIS, TRAICION y ABANDONO, cuales conforman los diversos segmentos de un audiobook.La agilidad del film en sus dispares relatos y comicidad es tal que el film afronta constantemente puja entre la comedia y el drama de caracter romntico en ambos casos.Es destacable cada uno de los protagnicos, superando, el surgido en EL ABANDONO, una actuacin soberbia de CARLO VERDONE y la fresca caracterizacin de SILVIO MUCCINO en EL ENAMORAMIENTO.Ojal podamos seguir disfrutando de ste cine italiano que est llegando a nuestra cartelera.8/10
Ryan T (jp) wrote: An attempt at a feel good sports flick that falls short because of its idiotic premise.
Maria Z (au) wrote: bible love story love it
Jason R (kr) wrote: Probably some of the best acting you will ever see in a film. Meryl Streep and Jack Nicholson were nothing short of magnificent as two troubled lovers and vagrants who live drink-to-drink and pass their time by trying to forget their pasts. The movie also features quite a few actors that give equally impressive performances including, Tom Waits. This movie came out during the height of the Reagan-era where everything was excess and money and for the subject matter and its realistic portrayal of life on the streets from the perspective of two hard-luck bums. You have to respect the filmmakers for making this movie. Because not only is it one of the best movies I have ever seen. It is one of those movies that once you see it, you will never forget it.
Lisa S (br) wrote: A great drama for anyone with divorced parents. Also has some funny moments. Plus good actors.
Jaime R (br) wrote: Among the great efforts of Louis Malle.
Nilufer R (it) wrote: Just another chick flick spiced with fashion. Reminds you of Devil wears Prada ofcouse with the lack of Meryl Streep's brilliance. I even forgot I watched it and watched again, didn't quite enjoy it actually, I'm reducing half a star.
Patrick B (jp) wrote: Such a good movie, can watch it over and over the KISS soundtrack just makes it all that much better, a true classic
Alyssa G (kr) wrote: Who wants to go see Crichton+Spielberg+Lucas in 3D with me?!
Wes S (nl) wrote: Not as good as the first, but it's good on its own in some ways. It does get rather ridiculous, some parts are laughable, and it really wasn't needed, yet I can't say it wasn't enjoyable. While all it does it try to milk the first one into a franchise, I found it to be a decent follow-up.
Brandon S (fr) wrote: Charming, funny, endearing, and incredibly sweet. This isn't earth-shattering by any means, but it's definitely a welcome installment into the coming-of-age genre.
Jesse O (br) wrote: Even a person with a 3rd grade level understanding of literature can see the connection between. The most obvious of this would the fact that Alyce is best friends with a woman whose name is Carroll Lewis. The author of Alice in Wonderland is Lewis Carroll, so that one was obvious. There are definitely other references to the story riddled throughout the film, so it's obvious the film was greatly influenced by the story. But at the same time, the movie is still very good as a standalone film. You don't need to have read the book to enjoy what's going on here. The movie tells the story of this woman, Alyce, whose struggles with the guilt of having knocked her friend off the roof of the apartment building she lives in causes a downward spiral from which she will, likely, never recover. This is psychological horror for about 85% of it, the rest 15% will satisfy even the most jaded gore hound. And the thing is that the gore isn't really that 'exploitative' like it feels in most horror movies, it makes sense in this movie. It's clear that Alyce is headed down a path that will culminate in violence. The film does a good job at portraying Alyce's guilt through its atmosphere and visual aesthetics. Not to mention, Jade Dornfeld, who made her screen debut in this movie, does a great job at, physically, portraying that guilt while at the same time selling the toll this guilt must be taking on her psyche. This woman pulls off psycho very well. The film is also smartly written with some darkly funny moments. Really, this is a lot better film than I was expecting and it's probably better than most horror films that will hit the theaters this year, so I'd certainly recommend it.