Devil in the Flesh
When her mother is killed in a mysterious house fire, rebellious teen Debbie Strand is sent to live with her grandmother, where she becomes even more unhinged. She develops an intense crush on her hunky creative writing teacher, Peter Rinaldi, but her numerous attempts at seduction end in failure. Soon Peter's friends start turning up dead, and he fears that his fiancée, Marilyn, may be Debbie's next victim.
- Stars:Rose McGowan, Alex McArthur, Peg Shirley, J.C. Brandy, Phil Morris, Robert Silver, Sherrie Rose, Ryan Bittle, Julia Nickson, Krissy Carlson, Wendy Robie, Philip Boyd, Milton James, Morgan Distefano, Aloma Wright,
- Director:Steve Cohen,
- Writer:Kurt Anderson (story), Richard Brandes (story), Kelly Carlin-McCall, Steve Cohen, Robert McCall, Michael Michaud
When a girl lays eyes on her teacher, sparks fly and so do some heads. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Devil in the Flesh torrent reviews
(jp) wrote: Social Nightmare, now known as the film Mother, is horribly acted. You can tell this was a made-for-tv picture. Why Daryl Hannah why did you make this garbage.
(ca) wrote: More Pixar satire than actual animation, The Blue Umbrella follows the Pixar pattern of giving a personality to things that don't have one, and its story pales in comparison to the similarly told Paperman of the previous year.
(nl) wrote: One of the slowest movies I have ever seen, and not worth waiting for anything. Filled with beyond annoying decisions made by the characters, I spent more time yelling at the screen than I did enjoying it.
(jp) wrote: lol it wo quite funni
(br) wrote: Predictable with bad acting from all.
(mx) wrote: A complete insult to the original film and the book!
(jp) wrote: I really loved this film. One of the best Dad and son relationship films.
(au) wrote: Directed by Alan Clarke (Scum (1979) and Billy the Kid and the Green Baize Vampire (1985)), and written by Andrea Dunbar, based on her plays The Arbor (1980) and Rita, Sue and Bob Too (1982). It is a product of it's time, the tagline "Thatcher's Britain with her knickers down." sums the film up. It was hardly flattering of it's depiction of the working classes, but it's a good timepiece. On the Buttershaw estate of Bradford in West Yorkshire. Schoolgirls Rita (Siobhan Finneran) and Sue (Michelle Holmes) go to the house of Bob (George Costigan) and Michelle (Lesley Sharp) to do some babysitting. After Bob and Michelle come home, Bob offers to drive Rita and Sue home, but before he does, he takes them out onto the moors for a quick one. Things between Bob and Michelle have been cold recently, so he decides to meet up with the girls on a regular basis for some sexual relief. But, it's not long before people start hearing about what Rita and Sue have been up to, and it puts a strain on their friendship, then Michelle moves out. It's definitely a product of the times, and it's quite dodgy now and it could be taken the wrong way. But it's actually got a good script and good direction by Clarke, (one of the unsung heroes of British cinema in the 1980's.) It's got a cheeky charm about it, and it manages to do a lot with so little, like Bob then.
(it) wrote: Dude this isn't a movie from 2004, it's from 1985. And it's a cheap piece o sh*t.
(nl) wrote: This mediocre gangster movie has little to make it stand out from others in the same genre, despite having a first-rate director. Of course, what it does have is Yukio Mishima, one of the most psychologically fascinating writers of the past century, in the starring role. It contains some themes you'll recognize from his writing, and his acting is believable, even if the story itself is somewhat improbable, and not incredibly interesting. I don't consider myself a feminist, but the abuse that Mishima's character's strong-minded girlfriend is willing to put up with from him seems a bit ridiculous. Still, when I learned that Mishima himself adlibbed most of the physical violence, and it wasn't actually in the script, it just added another interesting dimension. So if you're interested in Mishima, you reallyshouldn't miss this. Make sure you read the production notes, too.
(fr) wrote: Nothing like wasted, angry chicks taking a dump on the face of an innocent valet. Kinda like The Hangover for chicks, with the added chaos of getting chased and attacked by giant, bouncing, old black titties. Not great, but considering what it is, it was most fun.
(kr) wrote: Better than DH2, but not the same as DH1. This is more like a loud, wild goose chase around New York. At times it seems they tried to include some subplots about racism or something, but it never fully manifests. At least this made me worry about McClane and feel he was in danger again. It's not that bad actually. It's not DH1 though.
(ag) wrote: Bad bad BADDDDDDDDDDDD. Dumb. Awful.
(es) wrote: are you kidding? this is one of my all time favourite movies! everything Bob and Doug do and say make me pee my pants! i want to change my dogs name to Hozehead!