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One of the best early Gialli that offers the elements all we love from
this sub-.genre in all of its glorious fashion. The atmosphere is
fantastic and the script keeps you intrigued since the sexy opening.
The death sequences are brutal and insane (all about the acupuncture technique to paralyze victims), and the dark tone of the film is perfectly displayed on screen.
The fantastic performance of the Inspector, played by a very well known actor in this sub-genre, totally carries the weight of the film on his back.
The only problem I find with the movie is the middle section of it, where it gets redundant and almost boring. However, it recovers near the climax.
Die hard fans of the sub-genre will find amusing to notice "someone" really important from another fantastic Giallo, "The House of the Laughing Windows" (1978).
I watched this movie with my grandma three years ago. I chose it
because of the positive reviews I came upon before deciding to record
it on HBO HD.
I couldn't have chosen a better movie to watch with my favorite person in the world. "How to train your Dragon" is perhaps the most emotional movie for kids in recent times; and the best thing about it, is that it can be enjoyed by adults.
The animation is amazing, breathtaking, cannot say anything better about it. The soundtrack is also flawless as well as the direction.
However, the script is the best feature about it because it constantly evolves and displays a very powerful and positive message for the younger.
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Well I got more than expected from this one. I caught it on t.v. at
around 3:00 a.m. and I had a good time because the pace is smooth,
there are plenty of sexy moments, interesting facts about real life
sugar daddies, and how some young women would do anything to live like
The script is pretty straight forward but the twist regarding a murder raised the intensity of the pace so the audience can be really interested.
Taylor Gildersleeve is a very good actress and her performance is the highlight of the movie. She's sexy, looks vulnerable, and at some point, she's brave. Thank you Ms. Gildersleeve for wearing those short and skimpy outfits :)
Well, the premise is very interesting and makes you think about many
possibilities regarding the "lost boy" character.
To be honest with you, I only watched it for morbid curiosity; I mean, I expected the "lost boy" to terrorize the family in unlike ways, not in the likes of "Saw", but, situations like in "The Hand that Rocks the Craddle" (1992). However, the situations are very lame and soon you lose empathy towards the main character.
The script is very weak and never fully explains the origin of the lost boy or who really "took him" when he was an infant.
Virginia Madsen is fantastic as always and her portrayal of a mother that cannot cope with the lose of a son but keeps the hope for many years is perfect.
Watch it only if it airs at 2:00 a.m.
I am aware it is Dustin's version; however, it misses the point on
describing the real problems and frictions between the cast. They
barely display the character's personalities, hobbies, and their life
outside the set, which would be helpful to understand some issues.
Instead, the script focuses on describing things we already knew. I know, it is Dustin's story, but a little more objectivity wouldn't hurt.
The acting is surprisingly good, specially the young man that plays Dustin. The rest of the cast does perfectly their job although it seems they haven't seen the original Saved by the Bell series.
I would definitely recommend this one for fans of the series, like myself. I grew watching this series and became part of my life, so, getting extra information after 22 years was a good nostalgic touch, although I expected to see more of the "private" details.
To be honest with you, fellow IMDb reviewers; I had low expectations
towards "Casi Treinta" because of its cast, its marketing campaign, and
because it forms part of a brand new style in Mexican cinema that
focuses more on being entertaining rather than presenting a quality
story and important production values.
Well, I got what expected but was a bit surprised to find that there was some depth meaning in the story.
While some scenes can be taken out from any Mexican soap opera or even any party with your friends; it manages to show its point regarding having almost thirty years old and not living the life you want, but living the life of someone else.
Some of the scenes may seem superficial and not that well acted, but, it is part of the atmosphere and situation in Sonora, in the North of México.
The cast was very good as well as the music. The Direction is just standard, pretty much "point-and-click"; and the cinematography is gorgeous.
Give it a try for two reasons: 1) You are in your early 30's like me and you may feel related with some of the characters.
2) You want to have mindless fun with this new wave of Mexican cinema.
The realistic relationship between the starring couple is what makes
this movie an excellent display of mature relationships of young
It treats topics as work life, resentment, frustration, and the always polemic "what would if...?" relevant moments in someone's life.
The chemistry between Michelle Williams and Ryan Gosling is magnetic. Both actors demonstrate why they are amongst the best actors of their generation.
You may relate to this movie so beware because the experience is not positive at all. However, it should be a wake up call for troubled couples.
Fantastic entry in the Giallo sub-genre from Director De Palma who
knows perfectly his references, mainly Dario Argento, although he has
denied to being influenced by the Italian maestro.
This film is very sexual, violent, and creative in terms of plot. It also features plenty of humor courtesy of the young son of one of the killer's victims because of his investigation techniques (ahead of their time).
The acting is stellar, the plot very intriguing, and the gore is fantastic although is only present in one scene. Dario Argent should be proud of the elevator scene.
A great addition to the Giallo sub-genre.
Ahead of it's time Classic Monster movie. I came to appreciate this
movie after a 2013 London showing in some sort of drive-in in the
middle of the river.
It was a fantastic experience because the movie is campy and offers plenty of black humor situations mainly created by the presence of the creature, who may be ahead of its time.
The settings are well done, the whole experience in the boat is tense, and the Creature is awesome looking!
The lead female character is extremely sexy and loves to show off her legs plus she looks like Jennifer Connelly, which is a good thing ;)
The campy situations and the nerve-tensing music may damage the experience but it is a fun experience nevertheless.
I had the chance to watch this flick during a hot Saturday afternoon in
London, in a floating cinema (2013) and I had a good time for two
-The film is directed by a young and smart teenage girl who has seen many vampire movies. -I could ask her a question through a Skype interview. She told me she was influenced by classic vampire movies such as The Lost Boys and mostly Near Dark. That is a plus because clearly she knows her references very well.
The gore is minimum but very well done and you can say that she likes blood in her stories.
I give it a 5 because it is a naive film oriented for a young audience.
Let's keep an eye to this girl, she may do good things for our genre in the near future.
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