Good films.. that you wouldn't watch again.
A good film, but I can’t imagine ever being in the mood to watch it again. Arguably revels in its own nastiness a bit too much and possibly a bit homophobic.
However, great performances from Vincent Cassel and Monica Bellucci. I did feel properly invested in the characters, especially by the end (beginning?).
It’s a tough watch though. Saw it in the cinema and about a third of the audience walked out (mostly within the first 10 minutes).Posted 4 years agonjee20Subscriber
One of my favourite films, I have seen it a few times and even though I know what is going to happen I am still glued to it.
+1, fantastic. I probably enjoyed it more the second time (albeit in a different way), when I knew the ending.
Agree with Harry Brown too, great film, made me hate society!Posted 4 years agobikebouyMember
“Burke & Hare” (with those two out of Spaced in) Whilst well filmed and an interesting topic I found it more of a Documentary about Edinburgh in the 1800’s…
“Debbie Does Dallas” Whilst in itself a good portrail of Texan life in the 70’s, it’s just a bit well, “in your face” for my liking.Posted 4 years ago
It’s a tough watch though. Saw it in the cinema and about a third of the audience walked out (mostly within the first 10 minutes).
Indeed. The sound that gets played during that first ten minutes in the club was designed to make the audience feel sick. A very hard watch and in hurry to ever watch it again, but very well executed.
I’d add to the list Nobody Knows. Heart breaking film.Posted 4 years agoCaptainFlashheartMember
won’t be watching that barrel of laughs sounding film either.
Several of these being mentioned here seem to fall in to the “Let’s see how nasty we can make it” category. OK, so I may not have watched them, but I can’t imagine they’re up there with Hitchcock in terms of creating a real sense of tension and suspense. Just more torture-pron, really.Posted 4 years ago
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