38/100 (Mubinin büyük bir çoğunluğu özellikle bu filme 4-5 yıldız veren arkadaşlar size sesleniyorum. Belki bu film dünyanın en kötü filmi değil ama siz sanattan anlamayan gerizekalı insanlarsınız. Yüz kere dedim yine diyorum. La La Land'in 3,4 aldığı sitede bu film 3,4 alıyorsa sitenin en aşağı yüzde 70'i mal insanlardan oluşuyordur. Tabi Metascore puanını 80'e dayayan eleştirmenler de sizden zeki değil rahat olun.)
I just wanted a straight-up survive-the-night exploitation movie w/ some PNW scenery, but: it didn't generate very much urgency or suspense, mostly because it's wildly implausible (which I normally don't care about if the film is made well); and despite what many reviews say it's badly photographed -especially during crucial scenes of violence/suspense. You can't tell what's happening half the time.
Appealing cinematography and sharp editing, but also stereotypical one-note villains, barely there tension, horrible dialogue, and predictable twists and turns you can see in every other thriller. It's hard for me to grasp why Green Room is such a revered take of the genre. Yelchin's drawl got on my nerves and the comparison to Carpenter just pisses me off. Next!
A bunch of college-fund kids decide to go off and be "punkers". Their characters are cookie-cutters: lack depth, motivation, and authenticity. The cinematography is too clean for such a world and saulnier quickly becomes too attached to the imagery and less to savoring the moments that could be good. The bad guys have no motivation and while the SFX is good, has no drive behind it. Had potential but missed it...
This is a world where nothing is solved. Someone once told me, 'Time is a flat circle.' Everything we've ever done or will do, we're gonna do over and over and over again. And that little boy and that little girl, they're gonna be in that room again and again and again forever.
Thank god for Joe Cole. You always need someone like that. Green haired guy's bark was worse than his bite. Poots was the comic relief. Above average for this type of film. Shit like this is why neo-nazis get such a bad name. I did come up with a solution where nobody gets killed. You know, if I find myself in this situation. You just have to do something blackmail worthy on video. Better than being dead.
A sheep in wolves' clothing. Although the film establishes itself as literate in the punk scene in which it takes place, the narrative and the aesthetics undermine this. It's too pretty and too straightforward, falling too much in line with the conventions of the art-house/indie thriller to be a punk film. The film mistakes explicit violence and Nazi memorabilia as transgressive, and ends up being rather tame.