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American Virgin torrent reviews
(fr) wrote: "A dazzling adventure." Cool CGI, especially the shadows and shading.
(ag) wrote: The first half was sick! Second kinda got old.
(ru) wrote: This is one of those movies if you are watching alone and someone walks in the room, you are embrassed to be watching it. I am amazed that this movie spawned two sequels, considering this movie was neither funny or scary. The special effects and sound track were campy.
(ag) wrote: Awsm Movie........Luvd d plot...n all d charactrs ....Saif did a Gr8 jOb:)
(ru) wrote: One day you will lose a bet - and that bet may be you need to watch this overtly self-indulgent mess of a "fairy-tale" or bedtime story. There's very little to stay about this "film" - it's poorly shot, it's very poorly written, and Paul Giamatti gives us the literal definition of trying to shine a piece of crap. I can't believe someone agreed to spend $70 million making this - even if it was Mr. Shyamalan himself.
(jp) wrote: I loved this movie!!! All those people who gave this movie low stars don't know how to rate movies. Period. This movie deserves at least 4 1/2 stars!
(ru) wrote: One of the few films that could fall under the cinematic sub-altern rubric. Set in 1930s Rio de Janeiro, the films reflects the everyday struggle of a poor, black, gay man - marginalized on all fronts but refusing to be cast away by society. Ramos gives a wild, angry performance as the tough, resilient Sata. Essential viewing for Latin Americanists.
(it) wrote: Boy do I have a list of guilty pleasure which I guess you can add this too.
(us) wrote: Low production values but sends a clear message: you are going to die.
(de) wrote: An upsetting, scary, and intensely disturbing movie, but you might wonder if they took it just a tad too far. 66/100
(jp) wrote: a disjointed semi-ridiculous movie on food, and mostly, perfecting the art of noodle-making. The main storyline would've been adequate as a commendable, moral, short (~1hr) movie, but the director chose to insert unrelated snippets of dubious value, peppered at random timings, throughout the show, to stir up feelings of distaste, arousal, disgust, and ickiness.Nonetheless, I have to admit I enjoyed the well-groomed gangster's 5-min long Bollywood-style dying scene in which he describes his ultimate meal to his lady love (after 10 gunshot wounds or so).... fire-roasted yam sausages... That sequence alone probably bumped it up by 1.5 stars for me. :)
(es) wrote: a british classic in its day. not everyones cup of tea though
(ag) wrote: Look at that title. It's so strange. The letter F and X with a slash between them. It's such an odd title that it no doubt attracted a lot of viewers just to see what the hell the plot was about. Well F/X means "effects" as in "special effects" and that title is just the beginning of one of my all time favorite suspense thrillers from the 80's.The film opens with a shootout at a high class restaurant and it ends up being a movie set with special effects wizard Roland Tyler (Bryan Brown) at the helm. Due to his reputation he is a approached by the witness protection program to stage a phony death in public of a well known mafia member who is going to testify against his former partners. The fake death of course ends tragically and Tyler ends up finding himself the target of the police! It's now a cat and mouse chase as the corrupt police are after Tyler while he uses his special effects talent to escape and clear his name. What's wonderful about this plot is that during Tyler's story there is a secondary story following detective Leo McCarthy (Brian Dennehy) who finds the whole aspect fishy and does his own personal investigation into the mess. His flirty relationship with a computer tech is priceless!What's ironic about this film is thought about a special effects artist, the film isn't about special effects. It's about characters and story. The film is tightly directed by Robert Mandel and the pace is just perfect for a suspense thriller but sadly the film does have some flaws. The first flaw is Tyler's girlfriend who seems underdeveloped and when she bits it, Tyler by the end of the film doesn't seem to care. Some love relationship! Tyler's special effects helper Ellen is also severely underdeveloped and after Tyler uses her for some help, he drops her off at some street corner and she's never heard from again! However there was a cute sequence when Ellen was waiting up for Tyler in her apartment lobby and fell asleep in a chair in which Tyler ties her legs together. The film also gets a little ridiculous with Tyler using his special effects technique to defeat some goons at the end. All that time and effort for setting up those illusion traps and it had the same outcome if he just went in with guns blazing. However, to the films credit, it is a film about a special effects artist so it should have him using his talent to bring the corrupt assholes down.Despite some of its character flaws this is a solid suspense thriller with a great cast, solid pacing and eye-catching title The film kept me glued to the screen and actually, when I was younger, made me want to be a special effects artist myself as the film does go in depth on how to do many movie effects. Sadly the profession Tyler is in the film is a dying art and it surprises me that MGM is currently in the works for remaking it. Are they going to make Tyler a computer effects artists instead? Oh god no! Just leave it be... a solid suspense thriller form the 80's, a decade where it remains to stay.