The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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A delightfully outlandish comic strip directed by the master of the Italian B movie.
Bava lets the action play loose and big, but a sly subversion lurks beneath its camp exterior.
Although it's too long and eventually loses track of Itself, Danger: Diabolik is very nearly the movie Barbarella should have been.
Entertaining comic-strip adventure.
An amalgamation of the first six James Bond films had a love child with the Batman television series.
Way too much like something left over from the Adam West Batman series to impress me the way it was supposed to.
Stylish lightweight silly tongue-in-cheek B movie caper film.
For Bava as for Daibolik, aesthetic beauty and tactile sensation trump emotional connection and spiritual depth.
A super-stylish live-action adaptation of the popular 1960s European comic-strip.
... one of the best films from the late Italian director Mario Bava
Looking at the film on Paramount's superb new DVD, it's clear that a neglected masterpiece of the genre has now emerged.
Bava's direction is what truly makes D:D stand above other similar cinematic affairs. Morricone's super groovy soundtrack helps a lot too. A shame Adolfo Celi doesn't get as much screen time as he could.
Not quite the campfest I expected. Mediocre, but worth a watch.
james bond meets the pink panther with a whole lot of sixties pop style. the weak script and cheesy acting don't keep this from being great fun. really cool score and groovy set designs but bava could make most anything look great! campy cult classic
Danger Diabolik - A outstanding movie from 1968. Diabolik was taken from an Italian Comic, much like our marvel comics. Diabolik movie was made about the same time as Batman (adam West) Appeared on our TV screens, good thing we didn't see Diabolik as we would have never turn Batman Back on. Move over Batman, Austin Powers, and James Bond. Bava and Diabolik are king. If you haven't seen or heard of this movie give it a chance.
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