Andrew Luster, the heir to the Max factor fortune, is convicted of rape on 86 counts. This Lifetime original movie recounts the rapes committed by the infamous Andrew Luster and the women who brought him to justice. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
A Date with Darkness: The Trial and Capture of Andrew Luster
Andrew Luster, the heir to the Max factor fortune, is convicted of rape on 86 counts. This Lifetime original movie recounts the rapes committed by the infamous Andrew Luster and the women who brought him to justice.
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Andrew D (jp) wrote: An adolescent fantasy that tries way too hard and manages to be a completely unconvincing portrayal of hitmen. Too bad, since the concept is interesting, it's well-shot, and has a great cast. The subtitles I had were pretty awful, so that may have contributed to its unwatchability.
Stanley K (es) wrote: Hilarious, particularly if you like (cheesy) American cop action movies a little more than you really should...
Cat B (mx) wrote: Poor sequel. This is the second follow-up to the horror masterpiece Candyman, of 1992. He doesn't come across as scary. Not worth wasting your time over.
Tim D (us) wrote: This is literally one of the worst family movies ever made. Little Bigfoot looks like a cross between ET and my hairy cat. My 7 year old son was still laughing into a frenzy a week later because of how ridiculous the movie is. Problem is the movie is not a comedy. Not Good.
Kenneth L (de) wrote: Unfortunately I don't have time to write a proper review, but this movie is supremely funny and disturbing. I can't think of another depiction of middle school that's quite this dark or ruthless. This is the first movie I've seen by Todd Solondz, but it does make me want to see his other works. Recommended for those with very twisted sensibilities.
Jenna I (jp) wrote: A portrait of Brooklyn in the 90s. Shot on my corner! However not terribly exciting. Jim Jarmusch and Lou Reed being the best parts.
Ellie W (kr) wrote: I shouldn't like this. My taste tells me NOT to like this. But I do. Sorry people! Eric Idle is hilarious, and I just want to kill CZJ! :o)
Al M (de) wrote: A terrible film that becomes somewhat fun if you can make to the final third of the movie. Slow, dull, and badly acted to begin with, the film does not really become any good until about 50 minutes in when typically twisted, witchy happenings start occuring. Abyssmal performances from David Hasselhoff and a pregnant Linda Blair make for some memorably terrible lines and sequences. Also, always good to see Linda Blair possessed in a non-Exorcist film--great to see that she can stretch herself as an actress.
Nicolas M (ag) wrote: Es tan divertida e inteligente, y tan llena de tecnologa a su tiempo, que es ilgico y prcticamente imposible no divertirte con ella
Trent M (gb) wrote: Sequel has Matsu and a handful of other inmates escape the prison.
Trent R (gb) wrote: Quite bleak and insane! Fascinating to see how Anderson treats human actors instead of puppets. A must for fans of Team America: World Police.
Sam A (jp) wrote: Deathwatch is a solid ghost war movie.Deathwatch is was done well making very high pitched suspense.The ending was wierd and kind of just ended.
Ben L (ru) wrote: Ordinarily I'm not a big fan of movies about relationships that are focused on a break-up. But Annie Hall defies those expectations. Part of the reason I dealt with it is the fact that Allen's character tells us from the very beginning that is how the film will end. It also doesn't hurt that the movie is overloaded with humor, so nothing is taken seriously. The movie is silly and therefore I don't find myself depressed like I can be sometimes with these anti-romance stories.What's so great about this movie are all the different methods that Allen utilizes for humor. He's breaking the 4th wall, he's showing silly flashbacks, he's even giving us subtitles that tell us the characters' thoughts in contrast to what their mouths are saying. All that, and there's loads of witty dialogue as well. These are all techniques that work perfectly for me. I almost would have liked to see more breaking of the 4th wall, because those were the moments I was laughing the most.In my limited experience, Woody Allen has a very particular way of writing dialogue, and I'm glad he acts in the lead role here to deliver a lot of it. I've found that it can sometimes be off-putting when Allen's words come out of other actors' mouths, but I don't have to deal with that in Annie Hall. Diane Keaton is great as the titular romantic counterpart, and she has great timing with Allen. I didn't realize how great the timing was until there is a scene that literally shows him interacting with other women and not connecting on any of his jokes.To be fair, there are some jokes that fall flat, and I think some scenes are weaker than others. There's even one section of the film that I was worried it was getting too sidetracked and I didn't know where it was going. But the film recovered quickly, and as a total package it is a movie that I loved. It had me chuckling throughout, and actually made me think about what holds relationships together and how they can fall apart. Annie Hall is definitely fighting with Midnight in Paris for the title of my favorite Woody Allen film. When he sticks with comedy, it works perfectly for me.
James W (gb) wrote: Better than the other two Austin Powers!
DAndra R (br) wrote: Macy is superb. Absolutely gripping and believable. Meatloaf again proves his acting range with his character of the racist neighbor. Awesome movie; propells the audience into action-leaves you with an urgency to do "the right thing".
Senor C (ru) wrote: This time the creature is kidnapped from the lagoon , chained to the bottom of a tank & exploited @ sorta a Sea World. He escapes & seeks revenge against those who had done him wrong; especially the woman. Sorta dissolves into a repeat of the first flix only this time the creature design isn't as good & you can see air bubbles coming out of the top of his head