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Sleepy Hollow (1999)
Very beautiful horror film with some unexpected humour.
Sleepy Hollow is a beautifully crafted film by the brilliantly eccentric Tim Burton. The opening scene is a stroke of masterwork, as Martin Landau meets the Headless Horseman, the (headless) villain which rules this movie with mouth-licking scenes and stunning cinematography. Johnny Depp delivers an exceptional British accent as the New York detective Ichabod Crane in one of the most wondrous performance of his career. The film is entertaining throughout, never letting down its pace until the slightly disappointing showdown, however one scene in this is particularly exciting. The movie is filled with Hammer-inspired scenes, and this is not unintentional, and very funny humour as Depp quivers through a very strange case. Sleepy Hollow's strongest point, however, is Danny Elfman's award-worthy score.
Contains strong violence/gore and moderate sex/nudity.
Immensley entertaining supernatural thriller with a good central performance.
Fallen may look like your average thriller, but it's not. Especially for people who like demon flicks, however it's entertaining even for men who like seeing things blowing up and bullets blazing away at every corner. Denzel Washington gives a provoking show, definitely not your average cop performance. He easily mix and matches with one-liners and soothing sleekness, which makes you hope he will be in the next shot. The plot is beautifully transmitted into the movie, giving the audience time to think with John Hobbes, the unlucky cop who ends up dealing with a sly demon named Azazel. The unusual situation never drifts away too much from reality, and the showdown is the most satisfying ever, especially with its surprising climax. Overall an excellent movie and extremely entertaining.
Contains moderate violence/gore and profanity and mild sex/nudity.