Il trhiller per Scorsese non è un problema. S'è per questo, non ha mai avuto problemi...
Gloriously over the top from the performances, music, editing to finally the camera movement which might be the most insane i've seen it from Scorsese which is saying something.
A bit too over-the-top for my tastes, but still incredibly terrifying.
Occupying roughly the same place in Scorsese's oeuvre that Dragon Tattoo does in Fincher's, Cape Fear transcends its 'for-hire' outward appearance. Not only does Scorsese craft this big budget studio thriller into his darkest film, but he also employs the most formally audacious camerawork to come out of Hollywood in the 1990s (right next to his own Casino). Unfairly neglected, this is the Scorsese that got away.
Four stars for De Niro and all the cap-tipping to the original version of the film, from the rearrangement of Herrmann's score to the cameos by Mitchum and Peck.
Over the top, crazed but very effective.
The unofficial sequel to "Taxi Driver": what happens when Travis Bickle retires in South Florida. A good B-movie about bad lawyers & scary Christians. If Juliette Lewis makes you uncomfortable now, you'll feel positively creepy appreciating her 15-year-old alien sensuality.
Practically a Brian de Palma movie, and an awful lot of fun. The De Niro - Juliette Lewis scene is remarkable, but just about everything else is self-aware and baroque enough to keep your eyes glued to the screen.
Aunque no posee la grandeza de Taxi Driver o Goodfellas, El cabo del miedo es una obra notable. Los movimientos de cámara y el montaje son vertiginosos hasta decir basta. Jessica Lange, Illeana Douglas y, especialmente, Juliette Lewis están soberbias. De Niro está magistral en la escena de seducción en el colegio. El clímax peca de excesivo ( Cady volviendo al bote tras ser quemado), pero igual el film vale la pena.
Disappointingly, everyone acts like an idiot. They should have all died and saved me the trouble.
Superb film with great cinematography,suspense and finely acted
were do people watch or obtain these classic films
Solid performance by De Niro, but it felt like the rest of the cast couldn't keep up with him. Not Scorsese's best work, with a few painful thriller clichés, but an interesting showcase for the insanity De Niro captures so well.
A really bad film, like a parody of Scorsese. After watching this film a lot of my pleasure in his other much better films was diminished.
Simpson's ruined this one. I keep waiting for Max Cady to walk into a rake!!
Scorsese's worst film IMO.
"maybe 2000 years ago I would of taken him outside and stone him to death"
Um filme perturbador da mente única de Scorcese. Para além da aura que De Niro emite em todas as suas representações, o filme alimenta a necessidade de uma ordem social e humana que muitas vezes são os nossos próprios maus momentos na vida arranjados pela decisão de fazer o bem.
An unnecessary remake and definitive proof that gore, profanity, and twisted scenarios don't amount to real horror. Watch the original.
Thrilling and underrated. One of Scorsese's stronger films.
Preferred the original, but it's still cool in an over the top kind of way.
BEST line in the entire movie: "You gotta SNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNAYP your wrist!"
It makes look Scorsese like a dead director back then, but Juliette Lewis fascinates me with her devil yet innocent looks !
Nick Nolte plays a good guy.
Robert De Niro doesn't play a gangster.
And Juliette Lewis likes fingers in her mouth.
Oh, and cheeks make for good eats.