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Loved it! Funny, agile, compelling.
I loved Hannah's raw, unfiltered strength in this special, but I cannot give it a good rating. It seems wrongly labeled as a comedy special and feels as if it should have been a TED talk instead. This is stand-up tragedy more than anything.
One of the most beautiful and heartbreaking movies I've seen.
Besides being a remake that no one has asked for, this movie lacks soul and fails to capture the charm and intensity of the original.
I would much rather watch a movie based on the main character's sister, because she was far more interesting than the tall girl whose only personality trait was... "tall". If you have absolutely nothing else to watch because, let's say, the internet is down and somehow this is the only thing on your computer, sure, watch it, but don't waste your time if you have other options. There are plenty of compelling rom-coms out there - and this is not one of them. It's just "meh" with a drizzle of cringe.
This is absolutely one of the worst movies I've ever seen in my entire life. It made me angry at the writers, angry at the actors, and angry at myself for deciding to go through this ordeal. This movie is quintessentially cliché and predictable through and through. All the possible rom-com tropes you can think of are in this movie, all of them. It's like if someone decided to make a movie inspired by Hart of Dixie and failed horribly. I cringe only remembering some scenes. It was painful to watch. The townspeople were presented as absolute cartoon-level idiots and there was little to no chemistry between the characters. Gabriela Diaz was supposed to be feisty, but only managed to come off as insufferable. Remembering how she screamed a dozen times upon seeing (the same) goat makes me physically angry, as well as remembering how she took the professional advice of a contractor as mansplaining even though he was simply nice enough to share some of his wisdom (that she obviously needed, since he was a contractor and she had a dilapidated house on her hands). I could go on and on, because there are so many things wrong with this movie, but I will stop here, because I cannot continue wasting my energy on such a veritable piece of trash.
Watching Holiday was an incredible journey, but this isn't a journey everyone will enjoy. It's scandalous. It's beautiful. It's shocking. It can even feel frustrating at times. It's haunting. Some scenes stay with you long after having watched the movie. It's a wonderful display of toxic dynamics that will draw you in and take your breath away.
This movie is absolutely wonderful and I would give it 5 stars if I wasn't slightly disappointed with how the ending was presented. I absolutely adore humor in this genre, because it is so rare to see it integrated successfully, due to the fact that, if not done properly, it can very well disintegrate the suspense built up to that point. That being said, Deep Red made me laugh a few times, but that never distracted me from the thrills. I loved this movie and I would definitely recommend it to anyone who wants to watch a compelling thriller, whether they are familiar with Argento's work or not. It's definitely a must-see.
Well written, well acted, well shot. Some of the scenes definitely stayed with me, but I feel like the story itself would've been more compelling with a bit less fantasy and a bit more mystery.
Yes, this is a low budget movie. Yes, it does have its moments. Yes, some shots are beautiful. The problem with it is that it's quite boring and not very thrilling. It didn't manage to hold me in suspense, nor maintain my interest for the characters and their stories. The acting and writing were quite lackluster. If you're looking for "Psycho"-style thrills, this will disappoint you.