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An alright low-budget horror pic, but not a flawless one for sure. It's uneven, with the development being a little to long and a little bit boring. Other moments are also not very interesting, while others can be very suspenseful. It builds up mystery and tension little by little, but it's very uneven, and that's problematic. But it does features a good lead, starter performance by Madeline Brewer. And it tackles a pretty actual and interesting theme, which is the one of rising up to fame on the Internet ,no matter what the cost. And the ending can be quite baffling. Overall, it's a decent little popcorn, techno-horror/thriller. Worth a look for horror fans!
The Lighthouse is one hell of a dazzling film. It's great in almost every aspect. It's an absurd ride into a nightmarish journey. The black and white filming is just beautiful and very innovative, it really puts you into the creepy and uncertain atmosphere, with it's careful use of shadowing. But also, the performances by both Willem Dafoe and Robert Pattinson are absolutely fantastic. I'd even say that they're some if the best performances of 2019. It's a slow-burning psychological horror pic, which relies heavily on character development and atmosphere. But it's quite effective, as this flick sticks into your mind for a while after seeing it. Overall, I think it's safe to say that director Roger Eggers, who previously directed the spooky The Witch (2015), is a very promising new figure in the horror genre. And as for this film, it's an amazing piece of art work, and one if the most special movies of the 2019. Recommended!!
I saw the 1968 original a long time ago, and I remember thinking that it was a great sci-fi classic. And this 2011 reboot is actually terrific, and lives up to its legacy. It's very captivating and entertaining, featuring a good lead performance by James Franco, but the most likeable character in this movie is actually the CGI chimpanzee named Cesar. And speaking of CGI, the special effects in this movie are amazing. It's a science fiction flick which can be very dramatic and heart-touching, and unlike most summer blockbusters, this film isn't too long, it's actually fastly paced enough, which makes it even more enjoyable. Overall, a great achievement, one if the best movies of 2011, and I'm really looking forward to getting into its sequels. Recommended!!
You don't stumble upon gems like this everyday. It's a unique film, which is fantastic in being able to mix silly humor with demented horror. It features a top performance by Ryan Reynolds, playing a character that we feel for and fear at the same time. I found the portrayal of schizophrenia in this movie to be quite realistic and accurate. And it also offers quite a bit of enjoyable gore. Overall, this dark comedy, horror is impressive and entertaining, and it's a shame that it has been neglected by the mainstream audience. Recommended!!
Well it's definitely one of the most unique movies of 2019. And while it is good, it's not as great as I thought it would be. Certain parts are unequal to others, and I must say the the film's running time is a bit too long, which can make it a bit tedious. But Uncut Gems also has some suspenseful moments, and it's supported by a crazy performance by Adam Sandler, he's definitely the highlight of this movie. The pic is like a bad dream on cocaine, it's full of energy and never stops. Overall, it's an interesting movie and worth a good look if you can sit through a bit of time.