Quick Movie Reviews
Logan D. McCoy - wrote on 06/25/2019
"The Man Who Fell To Earth" may look like some cheesy science fiction B-movie, but it's really an analogy of the big business world of capitalism brought out by aesthetic and engaging filmmaking.
gideon43 - wrote on 05/28/2010
Unique and highly stylized movie on the literal and physical conception of alienation. THMWFTE could be construed by some to be baffling and pretentious but it remains a stunningly shot masterpiece and has a prophetically intelligent storyline that is still scarily relevant today. David Bowie excels in a role he was born to play and delivers a performance that is as surreal and inventive as the images and visualization realized on screen. Director Nicolas Roeg`s creative genius shines through and his inventive and mesmerizing camerawork enhance this cerebral Sci Fi classic
Ariadna - wrote on 05/26/2010
No need to say that David Bowie rocks. I've only seen him in Laberynth but in this movie he's awesome like an alien. I felt the film a little slow right by the ending, but it's worth just to see some images and cinematography; typical Nicolas Roeg, like some kind of "experiment".