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  1. Gemma Files

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  1. May 6, 2015
    8
    You ejaculate it follows, if you seen the movie you would understand that.

    The story is about a 19-year-old, should be spending Autumn
    You ejaculate it follows, if you seen the movie you would understand that.

    The story is about a 19-year-old, should be spending Autumn worrying about school, boys and spending week-ends at the lake. But after a seemingly innocent sexual experience she finds herself unable to shake the feeling that something is stalking her. As strange visions begin to plague her, she turns to her friends to help escape this horror - if she can.

    It Follows was a horror movie that I've been waiting for a while now. As I'm speaking right now this movie is rated 96% on Rotten Tomatoes and critics have been calling this "The scariest movie of all time", says some movie magazine. The movie was getting hyped up and I wanted to see what was all the fuss about and after seeing the movie I can say that It Follows isn't the scariest movie of all time, but it's still a great horror movie with a lot to like from it (even the soundtrack).

    The director of this movie David Robert Mitchell is unknown directed to me as I haven't seen any of his Previous movies and It Follows is basically the first movie I've seen from him and a great one. David Robert Mitchell directed the movie unsettling and beautiful at the same time adding the art house look and feel to a horror movie which made the tone of the movie creepy and haunting with a throw back of classic horror nostalgic. I will be keeping my eye out for his next movie because David did a excellent job directing and crafting a horror nostalgia, work one David Robert Mitchell.

    I remembered seeing Maika Monroe in last year's movie The Guest and now she's in It Follows and she delivered a great and stunning performance. In my opinion I think this is the movie that she really stands out from being good to outstanding. Now this isn't a spoiler to the movie but the scene I'm about to talk about involves Maika Monroe acting and why she was brilliant in this movie and that's when she first encounters the first follower and it's a old creepy looking women that start's walking towards her and the scene itself is very terrifying, Maika Monroe looked like she was scared and confused of what's going on and to be honest that's the face I will pull if so one started following me with that creepy look on their faces. Maika Monroe was pure outstanding in this movie and I can't wait to see more of her talent in the late future.

    The soundtrack to this movie is hands down some of the best horror soundtrack of the year, it's right up there with The Guest and other movies like Drive and Under The Skin. It's got a nostalgia of horror to it and a big tribute to John Carpenter's movies. I listened to the soundtrack more times then I excepted, that's how amazing this masterpiece of horror music should be done.

    The movie's tone is what made the movie more effective to me as the movie doesn't have loud stupid jump scars or any cliche annoying characters to bring the movie down, no the movie allows on it's setting, it's atmosphere and the performances to make the movie effective or you like to call it frighting. Don't go into this movie expecting a popcorn horror flick with all the cliches you can check off the list in your head, the movie isn't like that has it's different then most horror movies.

    Now for the problems: I already talked about how amazing Maika Monroe acting was in the movie but the other actors who played her friends wasn't all that good I mean if you have to compare it to Maika Monroe performance to these they didn't do so great. These a scene in the movie were one of them get's shot in the leg by accident and oh my god they reaction to getting shot was freaking dreadful and such bad acting it took me out of the movie a little bit, but luckily Maika Monroe was on screen most of the time in that scene so she pretty much saved it.

    Don't worry I won't spoil the ending for you but let just say that the movie doesn't end on a good note, it just kind of ends just like that. It was like the season finale to The Sopranos it just ends like that and I'm there all like "Was that it?".

    Overall It Follows is a great horror movie and I like how different and original it is. Is the movie over hyped? well yeah since critics are false advertising it saying it's the best thing that every happened and people are excepting to be scared out of their minds over this movie and leaving disappointed, well the movie didn't scary me but it left me thinking and it did have it's chilling and creepy moments that got under my skin a lot of times. If you haven't seen the movie yet go check it out but please don't go in thinking it's going to be scariest movie every made, just expect a good horror movie that's clever and unsettling.
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  2. May 6, 2015
    4
    From the filmmakers of the clever adventurous western film "Holes" bring us another film adaptation called 'Hoot' Starring Logan Lerman, BrieFrom the filmmakers of the clever adventurous western film "Holes" bring us another film adaptation called 'Hoot' Starring Logan Lerman, Brie Larson and Cody Linley. Director Will Shriner's adapted screenplay is not well made and the film misses elements in Hiaasen's best selling novel, Lerman does a B level acting and Luke Wilson looks clueless as an officer (I could imagine better actors playing this role). Fans of the book will be disappointed as I was watching Shriner's flat direction ruin the adaptation. But the film's message is caring and important for children, the film looks gorgeous but the film falls flat like a pancake don't let Hiaasen's film fool you! Grade C- Full Review »
  3. 8
    One very down to earth movie. It is a crime, slightly suspenseful film with average pacing. It is also very interesting to watch. EntertainingOne very down to earth movie. It is a crime, slightly suspenseful film with average pacing. It is also very interesting to watch. Entertaining and engaging - as all the events and interactions feel real and important. Quite well developed script. It has some violence but it is only to make things believable. I highly recommend it. Full Review »
  4. 10
    I really can't believe the metacritic score this movie is getting!

    There's a good, balanced mix of action, comedy, gravitas, sci-fi, and
    I really can't believe the metacritic score this movie is getting!

    There's a good, balanced mix of action, comedy, gravitas, sci-fi, and dialogue. Not only is it balanced, it's all GOOD. Plus, it plays out exactly like a comic book would. Every scene is a panel come to life, in living color. It's a huge summer blockbuster and nothing more. If you're watching this movie looking for anything else (like realism), you're a damned fool.

    This review isn't the greatest, I know. I just had to add my 2 cents (10 points?) to this awesome movie. I wish I could stay in a theater all day and watch it over and over again. There are a lot of little details to watch out for. This movie should have been rated at least a 9. It's currently at 66, which doesn't make any sense to me.
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  5. May 6, 2015
    10
    Evil is the absence of empathy, and no artificial intelligence should ever pass the Turing Test without demonstrating the capacity forEvil is the absence of empathy, and no artificial intelligence should ever pass the Turing Test without demonstrating the capacity for empathy. This is a fact that would likely slip by a typical computer geek, since many of them themselves rank low on the empathy scale. This story brought that issue to the fore remarkably well. From the inventor agonizing over his failure, to the geek completely taken in by his own blind-spot for empathy. Full Review »

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