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The Blair Witch Project 1999 123movies

The Blair Witch Project 1999 123movies

Everything you've heard is true.Jul. 14, 199981 Min.
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#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – In search of a local legend, three bold amateur documentarians–director, Heather; cameraman, Josh; sound recorder, Mike–hike into Burkittsville’s gloomy Black Hills Forest to find a shadow: the fabled Blair Witch. Now, one long year later–after that fateful October of 1994–there’s still no sign of the student filmmakers, apart from the raw footage they left behind. Who knows what truly happened during their creepy five-day journey into the mouth of madness? Was there, indeed, an intangible supernatural presence in the dark woods that led to the team’s disappearance? Either way, the missing trio must have seen something. Could the nightmarish myth be real?
Plot: In October of 1994 three student filmmakers disappeared in the woods near Burkittsville, Maryland, while shooting a documentary. A year later their footage was found.
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The Blair Witch Project 1999 123movies 1The Blair Witch Project 1999 123movies 26.5/10 Votes: 244,953
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The Blair Witch Project 1999 123movies 7The Blair Witch Project 1999 123movies 26.3 Votes: 3482 Popularity: 40.411

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Generation Xers head into woods; we view excellent results
I saw this film last night, LONG after all the hype and reviews were made about it. I settled in with the right mood for any film: no expectations. If you expect too much, you may be let down (take note for any Kubrick film). I watched the entire film without interruption and came out with a great feeling. “The Blair Witch Project” is one darn good movie.

Many critics and moviegoers complained about the film for its length, its amateurish photography/editing, and its lack of adequate acting. I feel these things MADE THE MOVIE. First, the film has to be at most ninety minutes long: any more, and it would be too long and boring. Second, the amateur video take gives the audience the feel that they are actually in the woods, listening to the rippling water of the creek, snapping branches under their boots, and hearing things go bump in the night. I greatly admire the use of two video cameras (one black-and-white, the other color) to denote which character is shooting the film. Lastly, the incessant screaming of whiny Heather, the constant complaining of average-joe Mike, and the Dudley-Do-Rightness of Josh make for great acting. Yes, these are regular people and up-and-coming actors from your local community theater, but YOU KNOW THEM. You’ve met people like them.

The biggest complaint, however, comes from the film’s supposed “lack” of scary moments. This film reminds me of the classic horror film “The Texas Chain Saw Massacre,” and though not as gory and as shocking as that film, “The Blair Witch Project” shows just enough fright in the group’s search for a way out of the woods, stalked by people and/or things they may never understand. In the older film, the long interval between opening credits and first gory act of violence is about thirty minutes long; it is even longer here, but the suspense/fright (just as in the older film) begins right from the opening credits: you just don’t see it until the film’s over. These are three people out to make a documentary in the woods with handheld camcorders–these are REAL PEOPLE. And GREAT ACTORS. Heather whines a lot and screams and reminds you of the girl you hate so much you fall in love with her. Her screams sound real, her cries are genuine, and she is DEEPLY DEEPLY sorry for bringing the others into the woods in order to film her documentary.

I really dig the beginning. It seems so real to me I may delve into my old home movies for nostalgia. Heather and Josh pick up Mike, then go to the store for supplies. This opening sequence really packs a punch. These are three Generation Xers out for a camping trip. We all know what happens to them, but we’re glued to the screen, intent to know what actually happens.

The interviews give us some detail into the Blair Witch legend, but most of the audience is too busy thinking about the actual trek into the woods that they don’t listen. This is wrong. Listening is good. The interviews, which also sound real and not rehearsed in any way, are like movie reviews: the critics tell you what they saw, but mostly they don’t want to ruin it for you…unless they hated it.

And that’s what I’ll do. I won’t ruin it for you. 8/10.

Review By: deadkerouac Rating: 8 Date: 2000-07-17
Can things that go bump in the night really hurt you?
This movie chills and thrills. You bite your nails as you squirm in your seat. You want to be medicated in defense of the bouncy, jerky camera work. The sound engineer deserves a lot of credit for setting the moods and flow of this project. In the winter of 1994, three student film makers go into the woods near Burkittesville, Maryland to film a documentary about the legend of the Blair Witch. A year later, their interrupted video search is found. No trace of the trio; and now their disappearance becomes part of the mystery. Unknown actors make this thing more believable. Heather Donahue was pretty darn good. Joshua Leonard and Michael C. Williams were her partners. The final sequence and last ten seconds in particular left me scared as hell. I had nightmares three nights in a row. Give it a chance. The non-professionalism makes fear more believable. Try it, you’ll like it.
Review By: michaelRokeefe Rating: 7 Date: 2000-02-06

Other Information:

Original Title The Blair Witch Project
Release Date 1999-07-14
Release Year 1999

Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 21 min (81 min), 1 hr 28 min (88 min) (Special Edition)
Budget 60000
Revenue 248639099
Status Released
Rated R
Genre Horror, Mystery
Director Daniel Myrick, Eduardo Sánchez
Writer Daniel Myrick, Eduardo Sánchez, Heather Donahue
Actors Heather Donahue, Michael C. Williams, Joshua Leonard
Country United States
Awards 19 wins & 26 nominations
Production Company N/A
Website N/A


Technical Information:

Sound Mix Dolby SR
Aspect Ratio 1.33 : 1
Camera Cinema Products CP-16A, RCA Hi-8 Camcorder
Laboratory Colorlab, Rockville (MD), USA (processing), Digital Image, Burbank (CA), USA
Film Length 2,275 m (Spain)
Negative Format 16 mm (Eastman Double-X 7222), Video
Cinematographic Process Hi-8, Spherical
Printed Film Format 35 mm

The Blair Witch Project 1999 123movies
The Blair Witch Project 1999 123movies
The Blair Witch Project 1999 123movies
The Blair Witch Project 1999 123movies
The Blair Witch Project 1999 123movies
The Blair Witch Project 1999 123movies
The Blair Witch Project 1999 123movies
Original title The Blair Witch Project
TMDb Rating 6.3 3,482 votes

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