Ralph Breaks the Internet
Mission: Impossible - Fallout
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In a way, this movie is like a tone-poem, tracing the contours of people so sick of themselves that they yearn for total erasure.
It becomes something of a slasher film, in which the stalker's sneakiness once or twice comes close to self-parody - but the tone is far from comic, and to some extent the life has drained from the movie.
A nasty and impressive little thriller that goes about its business with ruthless cinematic efficiency.
Forest is awash in moody atmospherics that constantly maintain discomfort, whether in the form of tonally adverse natural ambience against the frequently shrill score ...
The Forest of Lost Souls is a worthwhile horror experience thanks to its grounded story, Lopes' assured direction, Lobo's beautifully surreal cinematography, Gracio's retro creepy musical score and Love's standout lead performance.
It's the sort of movie that sticks with you not only for the turns it takes, but for the way its horror elements encroach on our day-to-day feelings of safety and security.
What the film lacks in substance, however, it more than makes up for in ruthless efficiency. It is a surprisingly cruel film, which is an inherent part of its charm.
The cinematography is so striking in this film that I found myself trying to take in every single detail. One of the most unusual and intriguing films I've ever seen.
The Forest of the Lost Souls is an impressive debut and I suspect will find its audience in those filmgoers who appreciate cinematic genre fusion.
The lack of narrative momentum and emotional aloofness eventually become too frustrating to overcome.
[T]he whole movie feels like two separate ones: One is mournful, introspective, and darkly comic, while the other follows a routine to nowhere special.
While the runtime is a bit short at just a little over an hour, it works well. There's no wasted motion or extraneous dialog. The film is exactly what it should be.
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