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    Watched the first 15 minutes of Amish Grace today, the made-for-tv movie about the Amish school shooting. What can I say? It simply wasn't good. The acting's pretty bad, the portrayal of the Amish seems rather lame. The whole thing about the one Amish woman having a "test of faith" is rather questionable (I haven't read the book yet, so I'm not sure if something like this happened in reality). I waited some time to be able to see this movie, only in the end to be quite disappointed.

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    Yesterday I went to see My Afternoons with Margueritte. It was so sweet
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    Von Ryan's Express (1965)

    The story of how British POWs led by a downed American pilot hijack a POW train an use it to escape through Italy to Switzerland

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    The Ring 2, had watched it last year but had fallen asleep in the middle of it, so it was basically like watching it for the first time.

    Saw an original German-speaking horror movie for a change, a friend found the DVD at the flea market and we gave it a try, In 3 Tagen bist du tot, not too bad. Gave me some irrational shivers when I received new SMS. It seems there's a 2nd part which I haven't seen yet.

    Hush and Eden Lake, two UK horror films. The latter had a somewhat surprising ending, I had been expecting something else.

    I started to watch The Grudge but got kind of bored and stopped it after a few scenes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aeternitas View Post
    The Ring 2, had watched it last year but had fallen asleep in the middle of it, so it was basically like watching it for the first time.

    Saw an original German-speaking horror movie for a change, a friend found the DVD at the flea market and we gave it a try, In 3 Tagen bist du tot, not too bad. Gave me some irrational shivers when I received new SMS. It seems there's a 2nd part which I haven't seen yet.

    Hush and Eden Lake, two UK horror films. The latter had a somewhat surprising ending, I had been expecting something else.

    I started to watch The Grudge but got kind of bored and stopped it after a few scenes.
    I've had a bit of a horror movie streak too. I watched Insidious, which was okay. It started off well but then started running out of steam about half way through.

    I then watched a couple of Norwegian horrors that were both set in the mountains - Død snø and Fritt vilt - the first more comedy than horror. The second was actually quite good. A typical slasher, but well acted with surprisingly developed characters.

    After that, I saw Paranormal Activity 3 in the cinema, which far exceeded my expectations. Usually horror sequels are ordinary, but this one was decent. I appreciated the fact that it didn't use blood and gore to scare - it was actually very "clean" in that sense - and instead used sudden changes in the scene to shock the audience.

    Admittedly I was on the edge of my seat and gripping the armrest to avoid going airborne at said moments . The synchronous, high-pitched screaming girls in the cinema (especially the one right next to me and my ear) almost scared me more than the movie. I've never heard "fy faen" yelled so much in such a short period of time .

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    I saw Død snø last year, my partner said it was a nazi zombie movie, so I kind of knew what to expect from the beginning, I mean, this speaks for itself.

    Have also seen Fritt Vilt/Cold Prey, this was better. It seems there is a part 2 and 3, haven't seen those yet. Another Scandinavian horror movie I saw last year or so was Let the Right One In.

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    The movie to revive the Batman genre on screen. It certainly deserves its positive critics, I quite liked the dark tone.

    I have to admit though that in some parts I agreed with the goals of the League of Assassins.
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    Bergblut





    "Bergblut" is a very well-done German-Austrian movie which plays in the time of the Tyrolean struggle for freedom against the army of Napoleon, around the year 1809. It circles around a love pair (she is a Bavarian from Augsburg and he a Tyrolean from the Passeiertal) who has to leave Augsburg (after the boyfriend killed a French infantryman on the streets) in the turmoil of the time to go back to the Tyrolean mountain farmyard of the family of his parents and brothers. Just in that time war arises and Tyrolean farmers and peasants unite in a desperate call for war against foreign occupation, led by the famous Sandwirt from St.Leonhard - Andreas Hofer.

    She slow movie fascinates by it´s realism, by it´s great landscape and way of directing, by accurately displaying the hard life back at that time and by showing the strong patriotism of Tyrolean people even in face of a hopeless struggle against the superior power of the Napoleonic army.

    The movie ends with the execution by firing squad of Andreas Hofer in Mantua, and his last words are "Mei, schiaßts es Franzosn schlecht!" ("Damn, you Frenchman shoot badly!")

    9/10, the movie is a must-see for everyone. All actors speak authentic and uncompromising dialect which means that even Non-Bavarians or North-Germans need to activate subtitles. Only the main actress speaks High German and that doesn´t fit the film. That´s the reason why I give 9/10 and not 10/10.

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    That Cold Day in the Park directed by Robert Altman.

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