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Yeah, this film is scary alright, I don't know where to begin I saw this movie at a screening and it looked frightening, I think that they did a good job with everything , except I think they could of used a little bit more gore. I don't believe that they ran the plot to the ground, cause this movie can actually happen in real life. How many times has someone been kidnapped on the streets? Hundreds, thousands hell even millions of times, now imagine being tied down. This type of incidents happen all the time to celebrities around the world. I could imagine how Elisha's character is having the fright of her life. The symbolism in the movie is kind of weird and I don't really get it. The tarot cards and the sand threw me off, I don't know whether he used those things to tell him what to do next. The gore, well it could use some more, and hopefully with reshoots there will be plenty more gore.
The Haunting (1963)
The Haunting is a 1963 horror film directed by Robert Wise and adapted by Nelson Gidding from the novel The Haunting of Hill House by Shirley Jackson. It stars Julie Harris as Eleanor, Richard Johnson as Dr. Markway, Russ Tamblyn as Luke, Claire Bloom as Theo, Valentine Dyall and Rosalie Crutchley as Mr and Mrs Dudley, and Lois Maxwell as Mrs Markway. The film centers around the conflict between a team of paranormal investigators and the house they spend the night in. Generally considered to be the finest "ghost movie" in filmdom, a picture relying on light and shadow and suggestion instead of gore and overt physicality, this first, 1963 filming of The Haunting remains as one of the most respected and influential entries in the annals of macabre cinema.
A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984)
Nightmare on Elm Street
A Nightmare on Elm Street is an American horror film directed by Wes Craven about several teenagers being terrorized in their nightmares by a mysterious man named Freddy Krueger in the fictional Midwest town of Springwood, Ohio. Released on November 9, 1984 by New Line Cinema, the film stars Robert Englund as Fred Krueger (subsequently known as "Freddy Krueger"), Heather Langenkamp as Nancy Thompson, Ronee Blakley as mother Marge Thompson, John Saxon as father Lt. Donald Thompson, Amanda Wyss as Tina Grey, Nick Corri as Rod Lane and Johnny Depp as Glen Lantz.
Written by Craven, a former English teacher, the film's premise is the question of where the line between dreams and reality lies. The villain, Freddy Krueger, thus exists in the "dream world" yet can kill in the "real world". Nightmare on Elm Street is an excellent movie.
Ruthless People (1986)
When Ken (Reinhold) and Sandy Kessler (Slater) find themselves in an untenable financial position, they hatch a desperate scheme to get rich by kidnapping Barbara Stone (Midler), the overweight loud-mouthed wife of ruthless businessman Sam Stone (DeVito). This scheme is motivated in no small part by the fact that Sam has stolen successful fashion designs from the couple and is thus largely responsible for their woes. They plan to demand a large ransom from Stone.
Things go astray, however, when it becomes obvious that Sam is not only sick of his wife, but is actually overjoyed to find that he doesn't have to go through the trouble of murdering her - all he needs to do is not pay the ransom, and the kidnappers will do his dirty work for him. Unfortunately for him, the Kesslers, while desperate, are not about to murder anyone.
Sandy and Ken discover that Barbara is not keen to return to Sam, either, and the three hatch a plot to get back at him.
Bridge to Terabithia (2007)
From the special effects laden trailers, this film is for all the world like the second coming of "the Chronicles of Narnia." I's not, and thats a very good thing. Firmly grounded in the real world and based on Katherine Paterson's 1977 Newberry Award winning novel, "bridge to Terabithia" is a wonderfully heart wrenching love story for tweens, teens and even adults who fondly remember when a friendship could be ignited by a gesture as simple as offering a stick of juicy fruit. Best Friends collaborate to create an imaginary fantasy kingdom called Terabithia, in which they escape from their, humdrum lives to fight the Dark Masters and romp with fantastical creatures.
physical transformation or not, Norbit is unlikely to send Eddie Murphy back to the Kodak Theater in a year's time. but why complain when the movie qualifies him for even greater honors? surely some humanitarian organization will recognize the selflessness with which Murphy has taken three of the movie's major roles, thus saving two other actors from a nasty black mark on their resumes. Murphy co-stars with himself again in this story of a nice guy raised by an old man and forced to marry a monster of a woman but who pines for his childhood love. Digital technology has eliminated the door frames and lampposts that were once a staple of dual role performances, but no one has invented a way to curb the ego of an actor whose idea of shaping a scene is to start loud and get louder. Again if Eddie wants to restart his career and take it to the next level he will have to be strong and stay away from hapless comedies like this and stick to the real. Eddie you can do it, the previous movies that were done, acting in multiple roles were good. This movie, however does not match up to those films. Eddie Murphy is a wonderful actor and is one of the all-time funniest comics, but this film does not match up to his talents or capabilities.
Dead Man's Shoes (2004)
Dead Man's Shoes rocks
What would you do if someone killed and tortured your mentally ill brother. Would you even hesitate to do what was necessary to make sure those that need to pay, pay with their lives. Richard from Dead Man's Shoes doesn't believe in waiting. Those guys better run and disband as soon as they can to at least make it harder for the guy. People say that revenge is a dish best served cold, but this guy is handing it back like it was stuck somewhere in the frozen section of your local grocery store. i mean what is this movie really about? really? a bunch of street thugs that get there kicks beating each other up, smoking dope and hanging around the couple of girls they can get there hands on. Or is it about the length that a brother will go in avenging his mentally ill brother's death and ridding the area of crooked no good for nothings. Or is it about a deranged loony that comes from a crazy situation and also needs to get is kicks. Boys will be boys i guess, the many versus one, and the one is hunting the pack like he's got something to prove.
the scenes are good, reminds me of my college days, or the outsiders without family values. The Alcohol in this film should get an Oscar for best supporting actor.
It's a hard knock life. People go through terrible times and perhaps it is that which forced the lug-nuts in this movie to behave in that way. male mob mentality and what they do when they are bunched up together. The dumb things guys do when they bunch up. Well, One down!
The Moral of the story is to not do anything bad, cause he comes after you like a bat out of hell.