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The Exorcist is always considered as a horror masterpiece. I went to watch this movie after listening so much about it. I accept that movie was made in nice manner but I may not call it best horror movie.
Visuals, effects and horror are good. The characters are very strongly portrayed. Some scenes are shocking but some are really unnecessary. This movie had a problem which most of the horror movies don't have; pace and runtime. Film's pace needed to be slow and it was slow but too slow. And the runtime of 2 hr was too much, movie could have ended in 1hr 30 minutes (max).
Some scenes were great and new at that time (1973) and some even became iconic. Now, you see these type of scenes in each and every horror movie.
Overall, you may enjoy it but not that much maybe because we have watched alot of movies of this type. It is considered a masterpiece as it was great when we see it considering that it is 1973 movie and not 2010s.
El Camino was neither better nor equal to Breaking Bad as you can't surpass perfection. Breaking Bad is undoubtedly the best or at least one of the best TV series of all time.
This doesn't mean that movie was bad. It shows Jesse's final fate. Everything was same as the show; great cinematography, great acting and great direction. It however has slow pacing and movie could have been shorter.
Overall, it has impact on you just like the series and should watch it after you finish the series.
If a movie which is 60 years old effects you, then for sure it is brilliant. Psycho which came in 1960 was ahead of it's time. Each and every scene of this movie is perfect. Not even a single scene was unnecessary.
The acting by all the actors especially the role of Bates was perfectly done. The plot was different and had a lot of surprises at the end. The climax was really unpredictable. Movie had a lot of iconic scenes like shower scene and Bate smiling climax.
The direction could not be better. Full marks for direction. Even after being a black and white movie, it is none less than coloured one.
Overall, I will recommend this to everyone. A must watch.
Re-making a movie which has cult classic status is very difficult. You have to impress the fans of the original which is not an easy work but Fede Alvarez (the director) did a great job.
It contains shock gore just for the gore. If you thought this was going to be a supernatural type then forget it. It is more of horror type than supernatural.
Yes, it didn't look like the original but that didn't cause any problem. Back then a few effects were done with stop motion, which I didn't like. In this one, CGI is used very brilliantly. Everything looks perfect and real. The movie was scary and horror environment was perfect.
The acting was also good. I liked that humour was not included in this. Humour is not needed in these type of movies.
I don't know what critics want. This deserved same/ more rating than the original. Overall, I would definitely recommend this to everyone. It is perfect for horror fans, especially "original Evil Dead" fans.
Army of Darkness was the best installment in the trilogy.
The camera work and special effects were better. The cinematography was good and action scenes were furious. What made this movie different from first two was addition of humour. The story was nicely detailed. Company should have allowed the original ending.
Overall, it was the best installment in the trilogy as it is filled with more details, action and horror.