Movies Posts Tagged as 'Suspense'
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Strange Love Of Martha Ivers, The (1946)
Grand style backstab bonanza. 20-May-2019
Blume In Love (1973)
A man thinks he can redeem his indiscretions by realizing his wife is the love of his life. The women keep it real, the story never flinches and George Segal keeps it nervously serial. The outcome is so fucked up it loses its purpose. 14-May-2019
Key, The (1958)
Heroic men accepting military suicide missions during WWII. Sophia provides the wife they would never know and a facsimile of a home, in return, she gets to eat. The stars lush blowing every romantic nuance onto the screen. 12-Apr-2019
Final Destination (2000)
Existing past your designated time. The beginning of the math kill. 19-Mar-2019
Mars Needs Moms (2011)
The idea may need patchwork but the presentation is a realistic animated joy. The heart beats when the art moves forward. 18-Mar-2019
Goldie imports her star and her art whilst Amy conveys snarky rebellion. The film is daring dispensing mayhem and barbarity when the climate of the audience is sensitive. It may show better at a future time. (I still laughed.) 15-Mar-2019
I came close to forgiving the mounting horror cliches because the aspect of a troubled marriage being revived by isolation is worth exploration. Everything pertaining to the forest degrades it. 02-Mar-2019
Still Of The Night (1982)
Streep's femme fatale is overly conscious and uncertain. Scheider and Tandy squish brighter but cannot bail out the tepid mystery. 27-Feb-2019
Conan, The Barbarian (1982)
Beauty of body, style, music and hard work. James Earl Jones devours as Arnold embodies. Its parts work better than its whole. 13-Feb-2019
Monster, The (2016)
Mother/daughter toxic relationship sorts itself through bloody conflict. Ella Ballentine shoulders emotional terror as daughter Lizzy and Zoe Kazan is the hopeless and consumed mother who wakes to nurture her survival. The monster is unexplained and unnecessary but is a requirement to drive the message. 13-Feb-2019
House on Sorority Row, The (1983)
Infertile woman defies God by utilizing a mad doctor and unleashing horror onto the environment. The actors make it comfortable, the kills are chopped incoherently and the story decelerates unexpectedly. 06-Feb-2019
A Face In The Crowd (1957)
"Bad News" becomes overnight sensation. Andy keeps his character insufferable, Patricia Neal tastefully shifts from intelligent administrator to emotionally duped and Kazan imprints it with raw emotional tremor. It still reverberates because we still apply the same politics without accepting its downfall. 28-Jan-2019
Devils of Darkness (1965)
The ladies strike, big bad twirls and the rest is Hitchcock bargain basement. Our parents partied wild. 26-Jan-2019
A depiction of modern slavery is a tough subject not to exploit. Deon Taylor identifies the subject but can't tackle it hard enough for us to feel it. 03-Jan-2019
Period of Adjustment (1962)
The utters of Fonda and Hutton chanted high. Tony Franciosa kept the octaves low and his charisma forward. John McGiver sets and Mabel Albertson resists becoming the in-law stereotype. They glorified it. Lois Nettleton steals it because she could.
Marriage is deemed a terror, everyone screams their heads off until a surprise gift changes it. It has a loud message but you can still hear it.
Unfortunately, George Roy Hill's absurdity didn't allow Tennessee to be tragic. It's what the writer did best. 03-Jan-2019