The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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I leave you to discover, through covered eyes, the gut-splattering delirium to come.
Os vinte minutos iniciais, que parecem ter envolvido algum tipo de pensamento racional, funcionam bem e trazem planos memoráveis. A partir do segundo ato, porém, o filme se contenta com o gore gratuito e descerebrado.
it is only after the closing credits have rolled and your fists have unclenched that the film's ambiguities and irrationalities return, not unlike Dalle's creepy 'femme', to haunt you.
... a film that had tremendous potential to be much more than it is, but that potential is squandered in a welter of self-defeating carnage.
I dare call 'Inside' a classic because it is such a damn good horror movie. It also happens to be one of the bloodiest things ever produced -- anywhere.
Often eyes-averting nasty, delivering visceral thrills that are evocatively matched by more unreal images of Dalle's psycho cloaked in darkness like a bedtime story specter.
I don't think I can named a modern horror film that's come so close to classic Giallo as "Inside" has...
Leave it to the French to make Suspiria look like a '30s drawing-room comedy.
Inside [is] an instant modern classic en francais, along the lines of Haute Tension, Irreversible, and Dans ma Peau. Don't miss it.
There won't be an image this year that quite compares to the sight of a black-garmented Béatrice Dalle cutting open the stomach of a pregnant woman with a pair of knitting scissors
...one of the most creative and flat-out engrossing horror movies to hit the scene in years.
Powerfully gory, admirably unsettling, bleakly amusing, and at its best moments, the movie is deliciously suspenseful.
A distasteful (and inexplicably overrated) French slasher that begins intriguing but soon gets excessively vicious, outrageous and disgusting, trying to be polemic at all costs and throwing us into a brainless flood of gushing blood and gratuitous gore.
Inside is a refreshing tale of demented horror that breaks new ground in the genre. Inside is a film that will shatter your senses and disturb even the most harden veteran of extreme horror. Looking back on the genre, only a few films have pushed the boundaries of good taste. One example is prominent with the classic Italian film Cannibal Holocaust. Although nowhere near the caliber of Cannibal Holocaust, Inside deserves a place in the same category as Cannibal Holocaust. The film pushes boundaries, and it's not a bad thing; far from it. That's the great thing with horror. The ability to push the boundaries and see how far a film will go to terrify its audience. Inside is the most provocative film since Maniac and Cannibal Holocaust which were both released in 1980. The French are slowly becoming masters of horrors themselves, by creating some downright, creepy and terrifying films. One of the most recent, and most disturbing is Inside (A L'interieur) A bloody, gory horror film that will terrify anyone who watches it. Not a film for the squeamish and faint of heart, Inside is a decent into madness. It's an unforgettable film experience that will stay with you for a long time. Before watching this film, ask yourself if you have the stomach to watch this, and if you, watch it at your own risk. Inside is truly one of the most deranged, depraved and disturbing films in recent memory. The film will definitely appeal to gore hounds. The film is a must see for horror fans who enjoy extreme horror films. The violence is unrelenting and this is a film that will definitely stay seared in your memory long after you've seen it. A brilliantly savage film that has some powerful performances, Inside is an accomplished film that will definitely disturb you.
I don't want to rate this because I don't know how to possibly apply the star rating system to what I just witnessed. This film is uncompromising to say the least. Here is a little taste. In the very first scene of the film, a car crash is shown from the perspective of a baby in the uterus.
From there, the viewer gets treated to an avalanche of gore, pain, and the occasional side-splitting laugh, minus that last part.
I have no problem with gore, but it is a bit too overdone here. Call me old fashioned, but I like the atmospheric slow burn of the classics. While this film does generate quite an intense atmosphere, it always revels a bit too much in explicit gore. Which for me, takes the emphasis away from the scare and focuses too much on the shock.
For a man who has been very disappointed by the much of what modern horror films have to offer, this was something new to sink my teeth into. And while i'm glad(?) I watched it, I am not going to be frequently pulling it out for date nights. Unless the date is really, and I mean really, bad.
"Inside" is an extremely bloody and vicious french horror film that delivers the kind of intense, visceral thrills that will rattle even the most jaded horror buffs. This is the most impressive (straight up) horror film I've seen in ages.
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