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Heather R (gb) wrote: Wish I was in the UK to see this live.
Al M (it) wrote: The found-footage horror sub-genre was, of course, infamously inaugurated in the early 80s with Ruggero Deodato's Cannibal Holocaust. Welcome to the Jungle adopts the found-footage format in an attempt to revitalize the relatively forgotten cannibal horror sub-genre that a brief heyday in the early 80s. Welcome to the Jungle is not near as harrowing a journey as Cannibal Holocaust or other films like it (Make The Die Slowly, etc.). However, it manages to be a thoroughly twisted and respectable entry in the genre. Unfortunately, the film is drug down a bit by its slow build-up to the final action; however, the final thirty minutes of the film pay off in truly brutal ways with a few indelible images worthy of Cannibal Holocaust.
Brenden R (br) wrote: Hard to follow but brilliant art and action
Paul D (ru) wrote: Beautifully emotional short about an umbrella!
Matt N (de) wrote: Very predictable and cliche but nevertheless entertaining, especially if you're a tennis fan.
Jon N (kr) wrote: The Wachowski brothers' pre-Matrix masterpiece. Excellent!
Private U (jp) wrote: UK title of Wings of the Apache is better.
Peter W (fr) wrote: Who doesn't like giant Gorillas?
Christopher B (es) wrote: Star crossed romantics who are meant to meet in a dust storm along the edge of an Arizonian forest. Both those in front & behind the camera did an impeccable job. The final 20 minutes are intense.
Jonathan L (ru) wrote: A very beautiful story that has a little bit of everything in it. While the movie follows a deers growth into a young buck and the problems he runs in to while he learns new things, of the world and life. It also captures the beutys and fears of the animal kingdom in a beautiful way. The soundtrack throughout the movie is great and it's almost working as to show us what Bambi feels, like an extra sense.