From the beginning of this film the technique and quietness with bold visuals really had a feel that was Von Trier esque. From the awkward car scene in the beginning I was really enthused about where this film seemed to be taking me for free download and watch online. When I heard this flick was “Disturbing” I immediately took time to see it.
Starring Victoria Carmen Sonne a multilingual mid twenties actress who seemed as though she was born for this role. The camera angles and music for the film is also marvelous so what’s my problem about this film “LAZINESS” the film had potential to really dig deep into the disturbing area it grew amazing long legs and just refused to stand up. This site has Holiday (2018) watch online full movie and Holiday (2018) free download full movie.
Yes theres an Unsimulated sex scene that I’m pretty sure her whole family will never get over after watching and I’m pretty sure the R-rating doesn’t cover this extreme scene that even shows fluids but besides that and another lack luster 1 minute scene this film was as tame as they cum… No pun intended. The movie also speaks atleast 3 different languages and the subtitles were in Dutch and there accents were so thick it was very difficult to keep up with there broken english.
There wasn’t really mystery involved but when you show a scene and there isn’t any follow up to why things happened it’s just creating a scene for the sake of a scene, No backstory No revelations that come later what the heck was that about is what it leaves you thinking. I think if you put this much effort into creating a nerving storyline to make people uneasy those like myself who are disturbing movie fans feel like you destroyed a character who could of become memorable andwaste. wasted a perfect opportunity. Oh well the form on that shot looked perfect but your shot was an airball. Such a waste.
Stars : Victoria Carmen Sonne, Lai Yde, Thijs Römer
Hysterically funny, essentially an updated 70's version of "It's a Mad, Mad, Mad", etc..., as a troupe of greedy heirs to a millionaire game- magnate's (A comical Vincent Price in a wordless cameo--) fortune compete in the titular activity to receive their inheritances. Some VERY amusing sequences, & the cast is hilariously on point, especially Scatman Crothers (As a mild-mannered Security Guard-), Richard Mulligan (As obtuse cabbie Melvin Dummitz--), Cloris Leachman (Price's predatory Harpy-of-a-sister-), Roddy McDowall as Price's prim-&-proper butler, James Coco (As Price's flamboyantly temperamental cook-), & Richard Masur (As Leachman's gigantic & slobberingly-spoiled Man-Child-). The museum scenes with the clumsily-stumbling suit-of-armor & the rampaging mummy are priceless! Replete with amusing cameos by Meat Loaf, Ruth Gordon, Avery Schreiber, & AH-NOLD before his "Conan" days!
User 2 Review:
A confusing and very messy film. The plot involves time-travel, alternate universes and possibly reincarnation. I dunno, it was hard to keep track. The film had some unique visuals. Unique in the sense that it was made in the 00's and looks like it came out of the 70/80's. I'm pretty sure this is mostly on purpose. It looks old and even the music sounds like pieces of cheesy piano solo's and synth action beats. The performances come dangerously close to soap opera standards and it all has a thick layer of cheese that is hard to cut through. And as we all know cheese is pretty soft, that's HOW cheesy this film is. It was intriguing at first as I was trying to figure out what the hell was going on. Then I realised, if the film didn't know what it was doing, then my chances were slim.
User 3 Review:
Reach Me will likely be remembered for its all-star cast, but not much else. It's another fairly empty entrant into the multi-character/multi-story line/everything-converge-at-the-end style that's been done to death in recent years, particularly around the indie scene, and to varying results. Reach Me might embody the genre through-and-through, but it doesn't go anywhere with its potential or leave the audience feeling any wiser, or better, for having watched it. There's no room for real, tangible character growth, leaving most of the players jumping from points rather than following a better defined arc. It's worth a watch, but most won't reach out for it again.