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Recent User Reviews

  1. Mar 5, 2015
    10
    no se como explicarlo, pense al ver el trailer seria una comedia o algo asi, despues dio un giro completamente recortico pero muyno se como explicarlo, pense al ver el trailer seria una comedia o algo asi, despues dio un giro completamente recortico pero muy interesante y me mantuvo a mi y a mi esposa al filo de la trama, esta muy divertida y ala vez escalofriante, es una mezcla tan rara pero fue una gratisima experiencia, las actuaciones impecables, realmente viven cada uno de los actores sus personajes, es algo oue no se suele ver en estos dias. la recomiendo muchisimo Full Review »
  2. Mar 5, 2015
    8
    Entirely unique, Identity is a film that rides on its twists and turns, which will leave you on the edge of your seat throughout. A perfectEntirely unique, Identity is a film that rides on its twists and turns, which will leave you on the edge of your seat throughout. A perfect example of psychological horror, this one will bend your brain as you try to put the pieces together, and then actually let you snap them together before finally punching you in the brain at the end. The direction from James Mangold is very good, as he managed to help this film not get lost with its complex and unique premise, which is impressive to say the least. I also really liked the cinematography here, really captured everything beautifully. The acting from John Cusack, Ray Liotta, Amanda Peet, and John Hawkes, is really good, though the whole cast is pretty strong as a unit. Overall, Identity is one that will have you questioning what is going on throughout and while it is not one that will eat you up inside for a few days afterwards with questions, it is one that will stay with you thanks to the impeccable last half hour and, hell, strong first hour preceding that. This is one that sets you up very well and then pulls the chair out from underneath you. Full Review »
  3. Mar 5, 2015
    10
    People hate this movie a lot, but honestly it is much better than I expected. I like SNL, and this is much funnier than SNL and is overall aPeople hate this movie a lot, but honestly it is much better than I expected. I like SNL, and this is much funnier than SNL and is overall a great movie. I love most of the actors involved and find this movie absolutely rewatchable. Great movie if you want to see a bunch of raunchy skits. Full Review »
  4. Mar 5, 2015
    9
    What should you find in a blockbuster? Well in my opinion you should look at visuals and plot. This movie recieves 10 and 6 respectively. ButWhat should you find in a blockbuster? Well in my opinion you should look at visuals and plot. This movie recieves 10 and 6 respectively. But it is a definite must see and this is why. Critics will ban it for it's plot problems but if you're not taking notes like them and enjoying the movie, you'll be so blown off that you won't see those problems. Just a clue at how the wachowskis excelled at building this fictional universe: You could spin off entire TV series out of and it could potentially turn out like a stargate franchise Full Review »
  5. Mar 5, 2015
    6
    Summary: I really liked The Bay, because it looked realistic and its plot is thought-provoking. 61/100 [C+]

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    Summary: I really liked The Bay, because it looked realistic and its plot is thought-provoking. 61/100 [C+]

    Directed by the academy award winner Barry Levinson and produced by Jason Blum, "The Bay" is an above-average, found-footage horror film. First, let me say that the trailer is great, the premise is terrific and Barry Levinson is a very talented director. The entire film feels quite genuine, the found-footage adds lots of veracity and the acting is quite good. I really liked the performance of the news reporter. Moving on, even though its running time is very short (84 min), it didn't deliver enough scares or entertainment to me. Everything was kind of boring, but I give it credit because it looked extremely real the whole time.

    I'm pretty sure that a huge part of the audience that disliked The Bay did not even try to understand the message of the movie. This ecological issue could actually happen in real life! It was so thought-provoking. Moving on, as I said the performances were great, just some extras were kinda weak. Kether Donohue's performance was excellent, she's a news reporter in the film and is documenting all the catastrophe in this little town; her character was dynamic and smart. In addition, she's not the only one important here, throughout the film we can see some scientists talking through Skype about this parasite and all these scenes were quite effective and interesting.

    Do not expect jump-scares or lots of gore. This movie is more about scientists, laboratories, death fishes, people infected in hospitals and stuff like that. The Bay boasts a thought-provoking story about public services, in this case water contaminated, eww. Levinson cares about the human perspective and he gives us some nice camera shots in hospitals and streets. He smartly uses a found-footage style to present us his intriguing tale. Although at times he forgot how to maintain the film entertaining, I was satisfied by the end of it. I remember that I kept looking at a glass of water for minutes thinking... where does it come from? How clean is it?

    It was very thrilling sometimes and it had two or three effective jump-scares, but two of them are in the trailer. A huge part of the scares and surprises were spoiled by the trailer, so please don't see it. Overall, it's one of the most believable found-footage films I've seen, even though it was not as entertaining as I thought. I only recommend it if you like documentaries or movies about ecological issues, pandemics or virus. The Bay is a horror film for a very specific audience, this is not that type of horror movie which you watch with some friends at night. I recommend you to see it alone, and judge it by yourself. [C+]
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