horror, anime & trash movie enthusiast
socialphobia since '96 but i‘m trying my best
Poor sad Francesco.
Trapped in a world that doesn't love him but can't do without him. Not liked by anyone but accepted as a useful mean. He lives outside of society because his only company is death.
He desires what we all desire. He wants love. He desires it so much that it becomes an obsession. An obsession that will destroy his beloved and his only friend.
He tries everything to avoid his fate. Wants to escape and live a…
Exhilarating trip between relationship drama, (body) horror and thriller with metaphysical scifi elements, which is, apart from the actual story, especially convincing on a visual level.
The effects are remarkable. The bizarre visions give you the feeling that you have just taken a banned substance with severe side effects.
The ending is a bit choppy, but it probably confirms my view of the love drama because the message is clear to me.
Loving each other may not be the only thing that matters, but its definitely the most important thing. Because without love, only one thing in life really makes sense.. dying.
I think I'll avoid parts of a franchise that take place in New York from now on..
There were a few nostalgic moments. But I just missed the original setting and people like Sidney or Dewy.. but that's the way it is when it comes to introduce a new generation.
Nevertheless, this part will probably stick in my memory for a long time because I watched it in the theatre. Yep, I finally managed to overcome myself 😅
For me, "Saw X" is the best part after the first three because it not only offers the usual torture scenes, but also a dramatically good story about John Kramer, especially in the first half. His path of suffering gives the psychopath an unusual depth, so that you almost can't help but take his side. In this movie you're really happy when John takes his revenge.
It's a feat that "Saw X" finds the almost perfect balance of drama and brutality. Only the ending is a bit too inconsistent but still surprising.