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Andrew L (ca) wrote: This film kinds of reminds me of Summer Hoilday, maybe either because the storyline is kind of the same or it's directed by Jingle Ma. Love You You may have some humor and honest acting by Angela Baby and Eddie Peng but the story doesn't deliver much to make it a that interesting, until the end of the film.
Arnaud L (ca) wrote: A very unusual production dealing with interesting themes. Unfortunately, the Wai Ka Fai touch is clearly not my cup of tea and, despite its quality, I ended up disliking it.
Torion O (ca) wrote: Wacky, but... fun? It's visually pleasing with a lot of other great elements, only the plot left me with a mediocre feeling.
Jesse T (fr) wrote: Far too simplified to be effective and far too manipulative to be affective.
Amy H (br) wrote: Some fun Southern horror, enjoyable.
Micah F (it) wrote: I'm not sure if this was a story worth telling in this fashion, but I can't imagine it being pulled off much better than Ed Harris did here. Harris's directorial debut is dark, moody, and beautiful. Not for the faint of heart, but worth every grueling second for those willing to take the plunge into Pollock's world.
Tyler E (it) wrote: Even by judging by the standards of the time it originated in it's still a bit offensive and still a bit boring.
Gavin D (kr) wrote: If this were a another type of film, I would have laughed at the titular character. But it is not another horror film, and I was genuinely disturbed by the creature. At the expense of sounding like too like a nerd and too unlike a film critic, I'd say that the subject of the Wendigo has always interested me, the stories about it I've always thought creepy. This film disappoints on a few levels, but for the most part, it tends the fires of my interest.
Scott R (nl) wrote: Be prepared for some twists with a delusional beautiful handicap trying to make sense of her complicated life in Switzerland.
Byron B (au) wrote: nominated for best picture at the golden globes
Isadore H (jp) wrote: Clint Eastwood directs what seems like a well made, but conventional boxing film for the first half, but I suddenly turns into a much deeper film that looks at how people deal with loss and how tragic events can eventually come back to haunt someone