3 étoiles pour les acteurs formidables. Pfffiou, par contre, les petites morales d'Haneke sont comment dire... insupportables: Oui un spectateur peut être voyeur, Oui un spectateur peut être pervers, Oui la fiction compte autant que le réel, Oui l'image a un pouvoir dont il faut se méfier. Merci pour toutes ces leçons Oh Grand Maître Haneke! Je préfère de loin la paranoïa de Lars Von Trier.
There are a lot of films that can't quite touch what Funny Games does, just in terms of the sheer horror that goes on in front of the viewer's eyes. Watching this movie is like watching a snuff film: it doesn't cut away, even in the most unwatchable and gut-wrenching moments. While it isn't necessarily a blood and gore fest, it doesn't need to be, leaving the brilliance of the story and the characters to come first.
This was honestly a fantastic movie. It was really...weird pretty; everything about the aesthetic, from the colors to the room layouts, felt strangely beautiful mixed with the thick sheet of dread felt during the entire movie. I don't think you every really get a break from sitting tense the entire time. My only complaint were a few scenes felt much too long and I'd space out briefly, but I'd snap back quickly. 4/5
One of the most terrifying films you will ever see because its motive is the most cruel, most sicking. What if the reasoning behind these people torturing your family, was for NO reason at all. There is no motive at all, its just what they do. No reasoning, no logic, nothing. To me, that is terrifying, and in this film conducted by the masterful Haenke. It shows that horror perfectly. Great film, hard watch.