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I watched this on Last Drive in and I have covid again (every year it's been out except for last year when I was laid up with injuries) so I don't know how much that influenced me liking this movie but so much more than I expected. Isaac from Children of the Corn, Denise Richards acting like her life depended on this movie. She is so charming, even the dinosaur is a great actor. I don't know if knowing all…
This is the movie I've been looking for! Not that it's great, I saw this on TV when I was little in the short time we had HBO in the 80s. I remember a ventriloquist dummy saying dirty things to a woman undressing and a Godzilla like monster killing him and destroying the tent they were in and then crushing the lady. Which I now know he wasn't crushing her, this movie is excessively horny for a fish monster movie.…
The movie can be loud and chaotic like being in a crowded restaurant and the roar of several people talking and trying to stay focused on the conversation but totally being able to focus on the conversation while other people and things are trying to get your attention. This movie is over 2 hours long and I could have watched another hour to it, I felt like I was apart of every single conversation. No matter how quietly they were…
It's so good in every sense, visually, story, acting, just enough reality and fantasy to wonder if this is really where the story is going. I do feel like parts of the story didn't click to me, like I don't need things to be spelled out for me but I wish there were certain parts of the story that were clear. But amazing none the less!! Almost made me cry.
It's kind of crazy to look up a recipe for Ram-Don and a bunch of recipes all mention this movie so it's listed as PARASITE RAM-DON.