After Fall, Winter

After Fall, Winter

WINTER is a dangerous, sexy, poignant and at times darkly funny story about two people who desperately want intimacy but have fashioned lives of reclusivity and emotional fracture which ...

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:127 minutes
  • Release:2011
  • Language:English,French
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:paris france,   ring,   curse,  

WINTER is a dangerous, sexy, poignant and at times darkly funny story about two people who desperately want intimacy but have fashioned lives of reclusivity and emotional fracture which ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Kevin R (ag) wrote: See his soul.Samantha Walker has been plagued with nightmares from history for years. Her psychologist recommends that she goes to a small town in Germany and face her fears. She arrives and starts investigating the landscape when she comes upon a strange house. Shortly after arriving horrific events begin happening there. Samantha quickly sees this as a chance to face and overcome her fears."No child should be taken from its mother."Sebastian Bartolitius delivers Sin Reaper in his directorial debut. The acting was made for television bad, as was the way the film is shot; however, the action and kill scenes were pretty good. The cast delivers below par performances and includes Helen Mutch, Lance Henriksen, Hazuki Kato, and Nico Senter. "I am a lost soul and I need guidance."I recently came across this on Netflix and thought the cover art looked cool, so I had to see it. Well, the cover art is about the only cool thing about this movie. There isn't many redeeming or unique qualities within this film. I recommend giving it a viewing once, but I wouldn't go too out of my way to see it."We need to eradicate it."Grade: D

Johnny F (es) wrote: This is an awful animated film because the title is stupid.

Kassandra S (fr) wrote: Weird movie. I watched it because two of my favorite actors were in it. Not watching it again.

Terri H (fr) wrote: No thankyou - Not interested.

sandra h (fr) wrote: just a beautiful irish story

Shawn W (jp) wrote: Sheena may have more animal friends than Tarzan. The orphaned white jungle queen gets their help to defend Zambouli land from being exploited by a greedy prince. Often maligned film is not bad and has some of the best scenery you will see.

Charles P (kr) wrote: Yor answers the age old question "What if Flash Gordon were a dinosaur-clubbing caveman?"

Ashley H (ag) wrote: Brick Mansions is a disappointing film. It is about an undercover Detroit cop navigates a dangerous neighborhood that's surrounded by a containment wall with the help of an ex-con in order to bring down a crime lord. Paul Walker and David Belle give horrible performances. The screenplay is badly written. Camille Delamarre did a terrible job directing this movie. I was not impressed with this motion picture.

Eric R (mx) wrote: The early 70's was a rocky time for Hammer studios. A new breed of horror film with the likes of The Exorcist and The Texas Chainsaw Massacre made the companies output seem as old as the periods they take in. Fans were expecting contemporary horror with added violence and graphic visuals and Hammer just didn't have a nitch in this market. Not surprisingly Captain Kronos tanked at the box office and this is just a damn shame as Captain Kronos is one of Hammer's most overlooked gems in their large catalog.Like the title says, Captain Kronos is a vampire hunter. He and his humble sidekick roam the British countryside slaying vampires wherever they might come up. Young girls in a small village are coming under attack by a hooded figure who drains them of their youth. Kronos, his sidekick track down the original to an ancient family that has ties to the dreaded Karstein family. Hammer aficionados will recognize that name as that is the family name in the Karstein trilogy (which includes the films The Vampire Lovers, Lust for a Vampire, and Twins of Evil) so if you want to get technical Captain Kronos could be considered a spin-off from that interesting trilogy. I love little connections like that in films and I thank the filmmakers for writing that in.The film, typical with hammer productions, has a beautiful look to it with nice direction, wonderful costume design, and solid acting. A kickass score just tops it off. Sadly there are a few flaws which keep this from becoming one of Hammer's all time great films. Captain Kronos for the most part is a rather poorly developed character. Not much is know of him other than some quick dialogue about haw he returned back from the war only to have his sister attack and bite him as she was turned into a vampire (anyone else thinks this sounds familiar to Blade?). I wish his character was a little more fleshed out. Along his journey Kronos picks up a gypsy girl and she really has no plot relevance other than eye candy. Our Karnstein family here is also not as threatening as I would have liked them to be. The family is just wishy washy and I never felt that Kronos was in real danger. I also found it to be in poor taste to have Kronos's side kick to be a hunchback. Really? How much more clich can we get guys? Why not call him Igor for Christ sake!Despite its flaws Captain Kronos comes out being a highly entertaining Hammer film and it just saddens me that none of the planned sequels ever got made. Perhaps some of the sequels would have delved more into the back story of the character. We might have even got a team-up with Hammer's other grand vampire slayer Van Helsing. Hey, a Hammer fan can dream can't he?! The film has an ever growing cult audience and I highly recommend fans of this old fashioned-type of horror to seek it out.

Rameshwar I (mx) wrote: Sporadically hilarious, highly predictable and consistently inconsistent and silly. Though it touches the right chords occasionally, the end product could have been a lot better than it turned out to be. Zach is perfectly cast who embraces his comfort zone of playing unaware of the fact being dimwitted, his conversation with his father on the boat easily being the best scene of the movie. Cam Brady (Will Ferrell) is an unopposed congressman for 4 consecutive terms who is sleazy, irresponsible and stubborn. The Motch brothers (John Lithgow & Dan Aykroyd) are billionaires who plan to sell of District 14 to China and are looking for a willing candidate to sign the paperwork. They zero-in on Marty Huggins (Zach Galifianakis) a simple, dimwitted tram tourist guide but comes from a political family. When Marty shows up to nominate himself to compete against Cam Brady, the politics turn ugly. The movie is watchable only for Zach's trademark performance making all the silliness around him look practical. There are instances where the script tries to satire on current politics but soon resorts to physical and silly comedy. The climax is too predictable and sappy, they could have thought a lot better than this. The entire script becomes meaningless with one thought as to why Motch brothers didn't go Cam Brady in the first place. Farrell embraces his character as an over-the-top sleazy, foul mouthed politician but nothing worth a mention. The editing and finishing are slick, does get dragging occasionally and finally lacks enough firepower in writing department to make it a wholesome winner. Superb lead performances held back by an underwhelming script

Shawn W (nl) wrote: Hackman and Nolte as journalists covering the escalating conflict in Nicaragua in 1979. Got better in the second half. Didn't love this film but I think they did a great job on getting the atmosphere and setting of a third world nation in a state of civil war. Was glad to see pitcher Denny Martinez had a strong fan following before his Montreal Expos days.

Sylvester K (fr) wrote: I zoned out after about 30 minutes, the plot failed to engage me in what goes on in the film, characters were dull, I wish I could have gotten the 85 minutes I spent on watching the film back.