After seeing the body, he eventually has dreams about the town where he meets a mysterious little girl names V, and as Hall discovers new stories about the town, he finds new areas of influence in a desperate search for a perfect ending.
Slumdog Millionaire 12/14/21
As proven with several of his movies, Boyle's got a pretty damn good sense of cinematography, and the beauty of India as well as the poverty, and ESPECIALLY the characters' expressions throughout the story, are all shot perfectly.
Vampyros Lesbos 9/06/21
Well, it's a pretty simple movie by a simple director who makes B-movies, indie movies, nudie movies, you know, the guy who doesn't put that much effort into his movies because he feels like he doesn't need them.
Army of the Dead 8/21/21
I'll bet a lot of Snyder fans wanted him to do another zombie movie after he managed to do (what I hear is) a great remake of a great zombie movie, so with one big "what the hell" and a couple taps on a phone, I found myself in the ruins of Las Vegas.
Hillbilly Elegy 8/18/21
But the real story is how diversified he is, not only in terms of genres and age-groups that he tackles, directing everything from true stories about real life struggles to sci-fi movies about alien contact to religious thrillers to Dr.
Prince of Darkness 8/03/21
Having just rewatched Alien, I'm more focused on the atmosphere that movies build (of course, comparing Prince of Darkness to the scariest movie ever made is gonna fail miserably).
A couple of strengths barely help to save the movie from its jumbled plot and characters, so I wouldn't recommend this movie at all unless for whatever reason you're a Chris Brown fan and want to see him pull of some perfect acting.
The plot is too similar to The Terminator, which was released a few weeks before this movie (so I'm not gonna call it a rip-off considering that the two movies were in development at the same time).