An escaped serial killer is on run and searching for his ex-girlfriend who is starting a new life in a small town. Two parallel stories each told in non-linear fashion until they collide at the end. Decent, but it takes too long to get going. It’s worth sticking it out to the ending, but there’s …
A couple of happy-go-lucky rednecks become victims of negative profiling and what follows are the ultimate cases of misunderstanding. One of my favourite horror-comedies, just the right amount of gore and the perfect amount of laughs. The scene that involves a chainsaw and a hive is flawlessly executed. Purely delightful.
When it comes to the Saw franchise, it has always been about the traps. The better the traps, the better the movie. And this movie has some doozies. The traps make the script secondary so when there’s a decent story, that’s a bonus. This story works. However, like Friday The 13th: The Final Chapter, I …
I’m not 100% sure, but I think this movie is based on actual events. If not, it seems pretty authentic and plausible. I mean, Roger Corman isn’t known for schlock. The actors in this movie put on a clinic and I’ll bet ILM shit their pants when they saw these effects. This movie made me sad.
“It is funny when Lanny panics about Santa waking up.”
“I like the clock that shows its underwear after music.”
Totally original, totally inventive movie. Edgar Wright is at the top of his game. Endlessly funny, wonderfully creative. I only wish it performed better at the box office so there could have been a sequel. Michael Cera is perfect; Kieran Culkin steals every scene he’s in.
“I like how they use each other to have fun.”
Coach Boone and Captain Kirk race to stop a runaway train. Decent action yarn, good chemistry between the leads.
Claustrophobic, minimalistic, atmospheric. Great performance by Ryan Reynolds. Hauntingly real.