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I Care a Lot (2020)
Best film I've watched so far this year
I can't believe these reviews! This film is clever and engaging, kept me glued to my seat. In fact, I haven't enjoyed a film so much for quite some time. Nowadays everything is bland and formulaic and it's hard to find a gem of this calibre. It's full of ideas and twists and combines genres masterfully. If you like, clever, quirky cinema you'll love this film. Please ignore all these opinionated reviews and watch it, you'll be glad you did.
Like a documentary
It's ok. Interesting more than fun to watch. Good acting, specially by the several non profesional actors like Linda and Swanky. However, I think it is massively overrated. It is good for what it is, but it is not an award winner.
One hour of this film should have ended up in the floor of the editing room and then it would have been a great movie. As it is, I struggled to get to the end.
How did I managed to watch this? It was in the background while I was doing other things. It doesn't even qualify as a film, this is something else, from another dimension. I guess you have to be from there to make any sense of it. It is uninspired, slow, meandering, badly written, badly acted... It doesn't have a single saving grace. In fact, the only reason I took the trouble to write this was to warn you. DO NOT WASTE YOUR TIME WITH THIS. PLEASE.
Boring drivel. Waste of time
Slow as a moribund tortoise. Brad Pitt's acting is flat and dull as hell. Plus I couldn't understand half of what they were saying. Walked away after the most boring 37 minutes of my life.
The Silencing (2020)
Complete and utter nonsense
What a waste of time! It makes no sense whatsoever. Avoid at all cost. It is a badly written incoherent cliche ridden mess. It doesn't even deserve the time I am wasting writing this and you reading it.
The Vast of Night (2019)
Dark, slow, boring, bland
I was looking forward to watching this film. It is ok, I guess but, please, do not believe all the hype. It is annoyingly dark, it takes the best part of 20 minutes to get started and after that it goes nowhere. Terribly bland for my liking. If you are in the mood, watch Cosmos (2019) instead. Shot with a tiny budget, but with a huge heart and great ideas.
The Infinite Man (2014)
Felt like I was trapped in a loop myself
You can't engage anybody with boring and unrealistic characters and a script as flat as the desert where it loops for ever. I was interested in the film because I read about it here and when I found it on youtube, I decided to ignore the negative reviews and watch it. Bad choice.
I did manage to make it to the very end, but only because of two reasons, the actress is gorgeous and you ube allows you to watch it at double the speed. Otherwise, there's no way I would have put myself through it.
The Invisible Man (2020)
Ridiculous plot. Very silly film completely devoid of logic. Zero character development and plot holes the size of the house of the would be inventor. More than invisible, this film is unwatchable. Lacking in all departments and, quite frankly, tedious.
The Tale (2018)
Even if it wasn't made for TV, it was made as if it was.
How could such a big and bold story end up being told in such a flat way? The script is terrible, the acting is below par and thirty minutes into the film I was completely disinterested and walked away.
Never Let Go (2015)
Don't trust any of these glowing reviews. The film is appallingly bad
I never write reviews here, bur this time my indignation has pushed me to do it. This film is rubbish, and all of these reviews must have been written by friends and family of the cast of this terrible mess. It's a ridiculous plot that must have been written in the back of an envelope after a few beers. The acting is painful to watch, the action scenes are amateurish at best and the script is full of cliches and makes no sense. There's a lot of crap films like this out there, the annoying thing is that the perpetrators get away with publishing all of these glowing reviews on IMDB. I normally trust reviews on this site, but it looks like I need to be more careful.