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Cut opened today in Australia and I went to see it after waiting ages for it
to be released.
After the movie finished, I was a little disappointed but now when I think about it, it actually was a good movie. I thought it wasn't as good as Scream but way better than Scream 2, Scream 2 had very little blood or violence which made it very weak but Cut is amazing ecause it gets away with displaying so much blood. It takes a while for the movie to get into the action, but when it does that's when it starts to get interesting. Australian horror movies usually aren't very good (anyone remember Body Melt and Out of The Body?) but Cut is very enjoyable.
Even though the story doesn't make a lot of sense when all is revealed and the ending stinks, Cut is a lot of fun when it comes to the death scenes (which is what people are going to see this for anyway) they are very creative and gross and very hilarious.
When Cut comes to threatres near you, go see it. It won't make much sense, but it will be fun.
Cut doesn't restrain the blood, it's not disturbing, it's intended to be funny, and it is.
You read the summary correctly. This movie is worse than Plan 9 From Outer Space, Halloween 6 or (dare I say it) Leonard Part 6. Never again will I subject myself to such torture. This movie really p***ed me off. The little b*****d does unholy things to adults and gets away with it. He nearly kills Mr Wilson on several occasions and is forgiven for all of them. He ruins what must be hundreds of dollars worth of catered food and is forgiven. He causes Mr Wilson to miss an event which he has waited 40 years for. And when he goes missing, I really hoped that Switchblade Sam would take him away forever. But no, John Hughes once again lets loose with the "Home Alone" style violence and we're supposed to laugh. I didn't. This movie is the worst influence on children. Dennis carries around an illegal weapon and nearly kills people when he uses it. The violence level is very high for a kiddie movie. Warner Bros. Family Entertainment? I don't think so. I rather spend my time watching the horror version, "Mikey", it's much more violent, but not nearly as disturbing.
It's about 3:30 in the morning and I just finished watching Neighbors on TV.
I've seen a lot of black comedy movies in my life but none of them have been
stranger than this.
It wasn't really funny but i did laugh at the following
ENID: Well Ramona, maybe you're man enough to tell us what happened outside.
RAMONA: He tried to pork me.
Maybe that doesn't seem funny to you but it was to me.
Throughout the whole movie I didn't understand what the hell was going on and why characters did the things they did, especially at the end of it. I can't really recommend Neighbors but I must say I was entertained the whole way through, waiting for the next absurd event.
Yet again, a Dario Argento film that is absolutely horrible the first time,
but somehow fantastic the second time you watch it.
This phantom is pretty much different from the 1989 effort,starring Robert
Englund, that also aimed for gory shocks and mayhem....and failed
Argento's version is much better, never taking itself too seriously and
telling a romantic tale that you actually care about. Julian Sands is good
as the Phantom, when he learns that his lover Christine loves someone else,
he listens to them kiss and he starts to sob, his acting is so good that it
almost breaks your heart. Asia Argento is also a nice actress, I didn't care
for her much in Trauma (and I've yet to see The Stendhal Syndrome) but her
acting here has improved, she is a talented and beautiful
Now back to the movie itself, it's the best adaptation I've seen of the
story yet, it is violent, but not too much. There's also a great sense of
"You will not play in Romeo and Juliet. If you defy me, I will hurt you. Do
you understand me you fat cow?"
"How dare you-a speak-a to-a me-a like-a that!"(Italian accent)
The movie is really a lot of fun and I think I have a crush on Kitty Keri, but it's too bad she has her tongue ripped out.
I took a break from my heavy schedule of horror movies to watch this and I
must say, I am impressed.
Never Been Kissed is the ultimate fantasy comedy. I wish that I had sat up
and paid attenion to the trailer when I went to the cinema, then there might
have hope that I would have gone to see it. But I didn't, and I really
Not only does this work as a hilarious comedy (Loser printed on the forehead
made almost wet myself) but also as a romantic bit of fluff. Of course, the
romance here is totally unbelieveable, as is the plot, but for a reason it
works. And what is that reason? DREW BARRYMORE!!! One smile from her in this
movie and my heart turns to butter!
On top of that, she gives what I think is the best performance of her
career. She makes us feel extreme sympathy for poor Josie, and she is able
to change from being happy and full of smiles to a bubbling, sobbing wreck
with a snap of her fingers.
The one major drawback, she's way too hot to be accepted as being a nerdy
outcast. If I was at her school, I wouldn't be able to contain myself from
sticking my tongue down her throat.
All in all, I recommend this to everyone.
PG Sexual References, Drug References, Low Level Course Language.
Okay for everyone. Sex is hardly mentioned, language is infrequent and drugs...."This lovely chocolate cake has a little Vitamin A, Vitamin B, some Vitamins THC..." thats about as far as it goes.
I watched Mac and Me about 5 years ago on a bus trip, during a long and
tedious bus ride, this movie seemed to make the trip go faster. It was
genuinely fun to watch.
Now as I revisit it, I realise with great horror that this movie was funded
by McDonald's and The Coca Cola Company.
The fact that it cashes in on the E.T phenomenon even makes it
That great big dance sequence in the McDonald's restaurant is utterly
ridiculous and an alien sipping Coke and recovering from near starvation?
PG (No consumer advice provided at time of release)
Yeah, it's great fun for the kiddies, but older people can spot it's evil plan to make people buy things. Honestly, I think it should be banned. Such product placement can't be legal.
There's this strange thing going on with me and Dario Argento's films.
Especially with Inferno. I waited two months for my copy of Inferno and then
I watched it, waiting to be thrilled. But during Inferno, something
happened. I thought to myself, "Why am I watching this? It's not even good!"
I finished watching it and put the tape away throughly
Then, two days later, I was bored and I decided to watch it again. This
time, it seemed ten times better, all the pieces fell into place like a
giant puzzle and I understood the whole movie. Exactly the same thing
happened when I was watching Tenebrae. The thing with Argento movies is that
you have to watch the all twice or maybe three times, and pick up on little
details that you missed before. That's what I love about his movies. It
strange that all the movies of his that everyone hates (Trauma, Opera) are
the ones that are so easy to understand, without need for another viewing.
But I love all his movies. Argento is right at the top of my favorite
Well, honestly I don't know. Must be an R rating due to violence and stuff. I watching the UK version with all the animal cruelty cut out. But I don't mind, seeing that sort of stuff isn't my cup of tea.
*** This review may contain spoilers ***
If you love to watch horror movies, you must watch Ticks. This really is
such a fun movie to watch, the acting is a bit off, mainly Ami Dolenz's
whose only notable performance was in the dire comedy "She's Out Of Control"
which was mainly a star vehicle for Tony Danza.
It doesn't take much to work out what the plot for this movie is, it's just
big mutated ticks running around and killing people.
I watched this movie with some girls who love Seth Green, and they were
absolutely mortified. I guess it just wasn't their kind of
But the real icing on the cake is in the films climax, where a gigantic tick
rips itself out of Alfonso Ribero and splits his head in two in the process.
Take that Carlton!
M15+ Medium Level Course Language and Violence
Gruesome, violent, and gory. The censors must have been asleep while classifing this one.
I LOVE LINDA BLAIR!! And who can blame me? She is one of the nicest looking
people in films. Sure, she made a lot of bad movies (I'm talking about Bad
Blood here) and even worse ones (Savage Streets, The Exorcist II) but
however bad the film she's in, she takes it to a higher level. She improves
the movie itself. And Hell Night is no exception. Without her, I suppose the
movie would be okay, nothing to wet your pants over, but because she's in
it, it turns Hell Night into a must-see event! I'm not going to talk about
the story because I'm sure the concept was devised in about two minutes, but
the thing that makes Hell Night stand out is that it's actually scary,
everything that a horror movie should be.
And it's also very interesting, for once I didn't look forward to the next
stabbing or decapitation but I found myself actually interested in their
As for the death scenes, there's little violence and that's fine with me, it
makes the film more acceptable for the faint hearted and gives the film what
it deserves, a bigger audience.
As for that idiot Leonard Maltin, he wasn't complaining about the lack of
nudity and violence in Halloween, was he? Get a life, Leonard.
The one problem with it is that some scenes are just too dark, but it
doesn't help when I watch a 1982 videotape. I guess that this problem has
been fixed on the DVD edition, something that I intend to
Finally, for once the killer (and I'm not spoiling anything here, you know
it's going to happen) dies an original way. A great ending to a great
Released when I don't even think they had classification here (the R rating on the cover was a sticker) this film is hardly violent, no sex, no nudity, and I don't think there was any bad language, this could easily get away with an M rating.
In our modern times, most movies rely heavily on computer generated effects
to create images that are impossible to film.
I don't know about you, but I have always found computer effects to look
really fake on film. You can go through a whole movie and pick out what's
computer and what's not. I really hate it. But The Sixth Sense, as I recall
has possibly only one computer effect and everything else is
I really liked this movie, it is a little slow moving at times, I was
expecting a big budget thrill ride, but I got something out of that was so
much better: I found myself concentrating on the dialogue and story, rather
It takes a really interesting story and interesting characters to make a
classic movie, and I feel that The Sixth Sense has both of
It's one of those movies at the end where you think, "I really should've
seen that last twist coming a mile away." I couldn't see the outcome, as
story could have gone in so many different directions.
So if you haven't seen this masterpiece yet, get up and go
You may find yourself sheding a tear or two at the end.
Willis, Collette and Osment seriously need Oscars next year for their
M15+ Medium Level Violence, Supernatural Themes.
There are a lot of those supernatural themes in there, but violence, not really, just a little bit of blood.
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