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Ryan Jafri 5 years ago


I saw you did a review for the short film "the still life" and I was wondering if you could do a review for my first short film "the cure", and place it on the film's Flixster page? (It's # 6 on my favorites on my profile)
If you can, I'd appreciate it. Here's a link:

It's a high res file so it'll take a few minutes to load. Just a little about it, it won 2 awards and has screened in several different countries. I'm just trying to get the word out on this film.

Thank you, I appreciate it.

- Ryan

Emma Waistell 5 years ago

np... yh im reading new moon atm its go but sad so far

siehu conteh 5 years ago


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Robin Hood country, UK
Favorite Movies:
Into the Wild, Amélie, Wanted, In Bruges, Hot Fuzz, Sleepy Hollow, Serenity, Stay, Equilibrium, Shaun of the Dead, Blade, Big Fish, Moulin Rouge!, MirrorMask, From Hell, Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade, Secret Window, Interview with the Vampire, Monty Python and the Holy Grail, A Knight's Tale, Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl, National Treasure, The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy, Van Helsing, The Actors, Stigmata, The Brothers Grimm, The Nightmare Before Christmas, The Frighteners, Children of Men, X-Men, Snatch, The Haunting, Constantine, Hudson Hawk, Rory O'Shea Was Here (Inside I'm Dancing), Fight Club, The Devil's Own, The Man Who Sued God, Idle Hands, Romeo + Juliet, Twelve Monkeys (12 Monkeys), Back to the Future, Monkeybone, The Money Pit, Ross Noble - Randomist, Happy Now, Run Fatboy Run, The Last King of Scotland, Pan's Labyrinth, The Science of Sleep, Casanova, Penelope, Hellboy II: The Golden Army (Hellboy 2), Jonas Brothers: The 3D Concert Experience
Favorite Actors:
Sam Worthington, James McAvoy, Sharlto Copley, Gael García Bernal, Emile Hirsch, Bill Bailey, Ewan McGregor, Simon Pegg, Christian Bale, Robert Pattinson, Stephen Fry, Richard Coyle, John Cusack, Johnny Depp, David Tennant, Dylan Moran, Eddie Izzard, Noel Fielding, Gerard Butler, Michael Sheen, Martin Freeman (II), Jack Davenport, David Bowie, Nathan Fillion, John Barrowman, Hugh Jackman, Alan Tudyk, Edgar Wright, Nick Frost, David Boreanaz, Steve Zahn, Ryan Gosling, Alan Rickman, Cillian Murphy, Gary Oldman, Sean Bean, Steve Coogan, Bill Nighy, Ross Noble, Rufus Wainwright, Demetri Martin, Zooey Deschanel, Guillermo del Toro, Paul Kevin Jonas, Bradley Cooper, Anton Yelchin, Jason Bateman, Aaron Taylor-Johnson
I love comedy... Bill Bailey, Russell Howard, Ross Noble, Jon Richardson, Frankie Boyle, Dara O'Briain, Tim Minchin, Dylan Moran, Eddie Izzard, Ed Byrne, Demetri Martin. Look any of those guys up on youtube and you're guaranteed a few giggles.

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Clash of the Titans

Clash of the Titans

4 years ago via Flixster

boom boom boom bom di-nah nah nah nah! DAMN. THE. GODS.

Really enoyed this. Action, humour, greek mythology, great performances. And if you're still not sold...BIG FUCKING SCORPIONS. Great popcorn movie that dosn't take itself too seriously but feels pretty epic in parts.

I don't see why so many people are moaning about the retrofitted 3d. I saw it in the 3d and it felt really immersive. OF COURSE it wasn't going to be the same as Avatar.

There's a lot of hate going around for this movie. Totally unjustified in my opinion. Watch it for what it is - don't expect the original. This isn't about the titans so much as it's about man finding his feet in the world and the consequences that go with it. Also, it's about fighting. Lots and lots of fighting. FUN TIMES.

If you do like the original, keep an eye out for the mechanical owl's little cameo. :)



4 years ago via Flixster

So many brilliant performances. Great action, great story, well executed. it didn't feel like it was trying to be the beginning of a franchise, like many films which are based on comic books. It felt really fresh.

Really funny too! Definitely one to watch.



4 years ago via Flixster

Violent, daring...It had good intentions but it didn't really work. The ideas were great but the thing that ruined it for me is the fact that none of the actors seem to understand what they're saying. Sam Worthington was the only convincing performance - so kudos to the casting guy for that. A diamond in the rough I guess. Or someone who has actually read and understood the play...

The pseudo-goth witches were, well, a bit lame. Mixing gothicism with underground crime would have worked if it were consistant or if there were more subcultures blended in, perhaps. As it is, it sort of jarrs.

I had such high hopes for this. I still enjoy particular details, but the acting by the supporting cast drags it down. There are points where Lady Macbeth seems to be in the zone but she goes into over-act mode all to often.

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