i like comedy rather than horror muvie...huhu
about six years ago
Ok, I'll keep a look out for a good comedy :) about six years ago
romantic comedy plz. hoho about six years ago
Emily, a social worker, saves a little girl, Lily, from her murderous parents. She decides to become a foster parent for the girl. Soon, the people around her start dying, and Emily discovers horrible secrets about the seemingly sweet little girl who lives in her house with her.
Case 39 depicts a very typical Ďchildren are scaryí horror movie. Woman wants a family, adopts child, people start dying, woman finds out child is the spawn of evil and decides to get rid of child, with horrible consequences. The story itself isnít very scary, with a few cheap shock-tactics thrown into an otherwise very slow storyline. In fact, the psycho little girl in the movie is more annoying than scary, and throughout, youíll probably be thinking more about how much you wish you could slap the little brat than about how scary the movie is. Enough said.
Watch it if: you like watching tantrum-throwing, psycho brats
Donít watch it if: youíre looking for a really good scare
1.5 out of 5
about six years ago
hmmm... 1.5? looks like i need to delete the movie from my disk :p about six years ago
la penat baca. 1.5 je? (tpi orang nak review lagi penat kena tengok dulu. hehe) about six years ago
keh2... tp citer ne mmg. depan2 lg lam pale dok tny2 "cam kureng jek." about six years ago
The Imaginarium of Dr Parnassus
The Imaginarium of Dr Parnassus is a bizarre story set in modern day London. Dr Parnassus (Christopher Plummer), his daughter Valentina (Lily Cole), his assistant, Percy (Verne Troyer) and a loyal helper who he picked up off the streets, Anton (Andrew Garfield) are a troupe of caravan sideshow performers, trying to make their living in the harsh, critical modern world. Or so it seems. The Imaginarium show, a stage set on an old-fashioned horse drawn carriage promises customers a chance to choose between joy or gloom. All they have to do is step through the slit in a mirror made of foil, and they will be transported into a magical realm. But Dr Parnassus has a secret. A long time ago, he made a bet with the devil. The stake? His daughter, as soon as she turns 16. Desperate to save his only daughter's life, he agrees to another wager. This time, with the help of the mysterious Tony (The Late Heath Ledger with Johnny Depp, Colin Farrell and Jude Law), a man whose life he had saved, the four of them journey to weirdly wonderful magical worlds to fulfill the conditions of the new bet in order to save Valentina from falling into the Devil's hands.
This fantasy picture is just how the summary describes it: bizarre. Bizarre storyline, bizarre acting, bizarre scenes, but in a good way. As most of you know, this was Heath Ledgerís last movie before his untimely death, and as far as last performances go, this one was remarkable. It may not have been as stellar as his portrayal of the Joker in The Dark Knight, but it was still amazing nonetheless. The storyline can get confusing, so confusing, in fact, that this reviewer is a bit loss for words to describe it. Itís difficult to take this movie seriously, but then you canít blame it because the even the movie itself doesnít take itself seriously. Get it? One thing is sure, this movie is a work of art, and like all art, itís up to the viewer to interpret it. You either hate it or you love it, and this reviewer loves it.
Watch it if :
You like to see colours, youíre into weird storylines, fantasy, eye candy (Johnny Depp, Jude Law AND Colin Farrell!) or if youíre simply a fan of the late Mr Ledger and would like to say your last goodbyes.
Donít watch it if:
You expect to see explosions, romance, youíre a Twilight fan (no sparkly people here), you have no imagination (you might get confused)
3.5 out of 5
about six years ago
need to see this movie!
my imagination is beyond my imagination. eh? :) about six years ago