This movie could be described as the love child of H.P. Lovecraft, W.S. Burroughs and Harold Ramis, but instead it is the brain child of writer/director Don Coscarelli (Phantasm, The Beastmaster, Bubba Ho-Tepp). And it’s awesome. I went into this movie without knowing anything about it other than it was a Coscarelli movie. That was …
“I liked when The Avengers got the shawarma Stark wanted.”
A mind-bending, time-travel actioner. Clever, air-tight script that neatly ties up all of the loose ends that can develop with multiple timelines. Effortlessly entertaining and frequently amusing. Solid performances from the whole cast, one of Willis’ best roles in years. I love when a movie makes you think.
“I like that there are all sorts of undead creatures.”
“I like when Pirate-Captain had the nightmare about the trophy.”
Offensive, violent and many colourful characters. That’s this film is a nutshell as well as every other Tarantino film. One great scene after another and Tarantino is the master of dialog. However, this film belongs to Waltz and DiCaprio. I could close my eyes and just listen to the performances, delicious ear candy.
“It is funny when the Lorax said, That’s A Woman?”
“I like it when the Dad says: So, Hi Mom.”
A boy who can talk to ghosts must save his town from a group of zombies and stop a longstanding curse. Very clever and funny movie. I love this style of animation. Younger kids may find it scary, I know my son did when he first saw it, but now he’s fine with it. Full …
An agoraphobic father must rescue his baby daughter from the gang of young feral hoods who attacked his wife months earlier. The gang itself has sight based on fear. As someone who suffers from anxiety myself, the director did an excellent job of conveying the feeling of anxiousness. That certainly helped increase the tension for …