Taron Egerton is a great upcoming actor right? Man, somehow I'm looking forward to every film he's starring in. He quickly dug a hole in my heart and cemented himself there. Hugh Jackman is always fun to watch and is a solid performer. I really loved him in here. Together they give this film heart alongside the great directing by Dexter Fletcher.
It does what it sets out to do and that is making you feel good in the end.…
That makes me think of a little girl in a pink dress sticking a hot dog through a doughnut.
You would almost think that after making The Final Nightmare the mess that it was, New Line Cinema thought it had no choice to make The Final Friday just as absurd. There intentions however weren't the case. After acquiring the rights to the Jason Voorhees charcter, much to fans excitement, they had actually brought on series creator Sean S.…
Jason's name is in the title.
He's in it for about 7 minutes.
It's called The Final Friday.
There have been 3 more since.
It teases a confrontation between Freddy vs Jason (it's the only reason this shitfest is worth a watch)
That doesn't happen for another 10 years.
Fuck this movie.
A home clustered with history, feuds, relationships, beliefs. Daytime soon fades into a seemingly eternal night, and it is in the shadow where Ferrara begins to play with flashback; time unknowingly revitalized and depicted. Character details illuminate and cower as swiftly as their present selves wander the world; frustrated criminals searching each corner for their own angel of death. And while The Funeral protrays an entire family structure lost in grief but employed in loss, Ferrara never molds its figures to be anything other than pieces in an organization.
Alternate title: The House of Weeping Women.
Found this one a little tonally all over the place, as if the twee depiction of stable middle America didn't sit well with the graphic subject matter that makes up the title.
Like most of Coppola's work, this too taps into those brief and fleeting connections we accumulate throughout our life and the feeling of loss we ascribe to them retrospectively. The desire to know somebody better, or more fully, to truly unravel a sense of character, is something we…
Not spooky scary fog but more like a hot stinky trash wind
Im pretty sure they spent a good amount of screentime with the main character trying to solve the mystery of the pirates only to have her figure it out by having a dream, thus making all the previous scenes worthless
Yeah fuck this film why was it even made
Why didn't I kill you before?
15 year old Jennifer Connelly is trying to track down a serial killer with the aid of psychically controlled insects when she's not being bothered with some serious Carrie bullshit from her boarding school's co-students and teachers.
Despite providing a brief first appearance for Charlize Theron and featuring some of Screaming Mad George's insane practical creations, they're not enough to save a sequel with genuine potential from an unforgivably dumb script and piss-poor cinematography.
This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
The risk with films that have surprise endings that negate everything you've just watched is that there's no point in watching them again. The trick is to either hide loads of clues throughout, so that subsequent viewings are more rewarding than the first (eg The Caller), or just make the main body exciting enough that it's fun to watch again regardless (eg Nightmare City).
I'm not sure that Jacob's Ladder quite manages to do either (there are clues, but they're…