I didn't see this because someone on IMDb spoiled the ending right away, "she's in the cargo hold!!!" or something like that. Guess I didn't miss much? Panic Room wasn't that great either.
>The Woman in the Window (2021)-homage central. Amy Adams is scared to leave her amazing NYC apartment, but then she notices a murder across the way seemingly committed by Gary Oldman >against his wife
I guess someone was trying to top Brian De Palma in the Hitchcock-ripoff department? Goofy stuff, brah. Wait, is there a DE PALMA rip off in there too?
Your description made this thriller sound so awful that I kind of want to see it.
In one year, I will be the same age Spacey was when this came out. Yiiiiiiiii!
Bruce Dern operating an ice cream truck? Do you go out of your way to find the goofiest thrillers imaginable?
One of Roland Emmerich's first pieces o' crap! The only good thing in this film is when the guard dude gets decapitated by his head being teleported off.
>The Devil's Own
I remember thinking this was bad and that Pitt was really bad in it, but I haven't seen it since it came out. If you can remember 1997, this was really hyped for a long time before it came out, and now it's damn near completely forgotten.
>Reasonable Doubt -I watch too many movies.
I'll say! You seem to watch nothing but ridiculous thrillers, too!
>Shutter Island - It definitely works atmosphere-wise, but this has to be the most elaborate attempt to make someone stop being crazy ever.
This is pretty much what most people thought of that film. I really love the Ted Levine scene. And DiCaprio speaking German.
Watch for gun toting redneck woman Jan Brady at the end! I'd watch a whole series of movies starring the wussy main beardo character.
Probably me who recommended this. Bridge scene is glorious.
>Super Dark Times
Definitely me who recommended this; I picked up a copy recently and rewatched. Okay, it's not really a great film but it has good atmosphere, a really creepy Crispin Gloveresque performance from Charlie Tahan as the killer, and a TOTALLY ACCURATE DEPICTION OF TEENAGE BOYS AND HOW THEY ACT.
>Picnic at Hanging Rock
Decent, but a bit overrated. I get that you're not supposed to find out what happened to the girls, but movies where you're not supposed to solve the mystery have a habit of making me turn my brain off.
Harry Dean Stanton! Iggy Pop!
>McCabe and Mrs. Miller
Those opening credits look great!
>The Adventures of Baron Munchausen
Loses its effect after about an hour.
>Withnail & I
This was a pretty good comedy but that's all I thought of it. I'm only sort of sure why it's a generational touchstone.
Bullets Over Broadway
Hedwig & The Angry Inch
Life Is Sweet
Murder, My Sweet
The Thief of Bagdad
The Harder They Fall
Requiem for a Heavyweight