Based in a true story, this prison escape movie has it's exciting moments and in some situations make you sit on the edge of you seat.
Although, I expected more from this, maybe more character development.
It's a good movie, nothing expecial.
What a nice surprise! We live in a time where we don't get good murder mysteries movies anymore, but this is the exception.
The plot is up to par with the classic murder mysteries authors from decades ago.
The end and the twist doesn't disappoint (in my opinion) and is made in a very clever way.
Daniel Craig was great in this one.
You may notice a trend here. My last movies were found footage and this one is too. I'm sorry but I just saw a list of found footage movies here on letterbox.
This one is about a journalist and her cameraman that are doing a piece about a cult that lives isolated and worship their leader like a God. I mean, it's the stereotypical cult movie.
Everything that you think that will happen, happens.
It's a very predictable and unoriginal…
This found footage documentary is AMAZING!
This is not you typical found footage movie in terms of story and structure. It's not a camera crew entering a haunted house or something, is a documentary telling the story of a family after the daughter dies in Lake Mungo and the strange things that happen after that.
It starts really creepy, then the story takes many twists that you just can't predict what happens next or where this is going.
Unpredictable, scary, interesting and original, this is a movie you SHOULD watch if you like this genre of found footage.
I'm a found footage fan. I have been since I've watched Blair Witch Project when I was a kid.
This film is like the premise of Blair Witch, but insted of a witch, theres Big Foot. There, there's your premise.
It's simple but effective. It creates tension very well. Some of the plot points are just stupid, but I won't get into detail because of spoilers.
There is a 18 minute scene I fucking loved, I couldn't take my eyes…
The Good, the Bad and the Ugly is one of my favorite movie of all time (Top 3).
This documentary is about a group of fans of the film that decide to unearth and recover the famous cemetery of Sad Hill, where the conclusion of GBU takes place. I've seen that scene (one of the best in cinema history) countless times, so this subject is very dear to me.
I liked this documentary alot, it shows the love that people have for this art called cinema.
If you love the movie, you will love this doc.
I love western horror, I just find them so athmosferic and claustrophobic. It's like you can't just call the police for help with your cellphone right?
This movie has everything of that. A good story mixed with good horror elements. What more can you ask?
Great performances too.
A movie about a father and his daughter that are living in the woods, far from society.
As the story unfolds, you start to understand why the father choses this life for him, dragging his daughter in the process.
In fact, this is a drama about PTSD and the devastating effects on human lifes.
Very well acted by the two leads, this film is way more than it seems at the begining.