Emmanuelle makes first contact...when a group of intergalactic travelers arrives, seeking to understand human love and sexuality. Who better to teach them than Emmanuelle, the most sensual woman in the world...and beyond. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Emmanuelle: First Contact
Emmanuelle makes first contact...when a group of intergalactic travelers arrives, seeking to understand human love and sexuality. Who better to teach them than Emmanuelle, the most sensual woman in the world...and beyond.
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Dustin S (mx) wrote: Very well done movie.
Chandra R (ag) wrote: I was curious as I wanted to learn something about this case as I never really looked into it... never going to aruba
Mohammed A (kr) wrote: It's good movie to watch
Erin C (es) wrote: This is Michael Feifer taking loosely the actions of Ed Gein and portraying into a simple horror film. If its a simple horror film you are seeking, than yes, you have it here. Mind you, Ed Gein was a basis for characters such as Buffalo Bill (Silence of the Lambs), Leatherface (Texas Chainsaw Massacre) and Norman Bates (Psycho). So, if knowing the tremendous amount of disturbing inspiration you could possibly draw out of this real life person, why aspire to simple. And, recount it inaccurately. Kane Hodder, who has played Jason Voorhees in four Friday the 13th films, is casted for the role of Ed. Which, is all well and good, except for the fact that Ed Gein is noted as being a strange "little" man who had been ambiguous about his masculinity. Not a 6'4" Mack truck. The better fit? An actor closer resembling Ted Levine as Jame Gumb, aka Buffalo Bill. Fiefer changed Ed Gein to fit his movie. Highlighting the relationship between the deputy and Sheriff's daughter while leaving out factual events to make this film more "likable" maybe "watchable" left a huge gaping hole. Gein's life was a horror story. Just tell it, don't half ass it.
Ali Akbar F (fr) wrote: Really not bad as people and critic is triying to show us Priyanka Chopra was amazing!
Sammy M (de) wrote: A heartfelt, well acted comedy drama from director Paul Weitz. Dano and De niro shine in this 4\5 very good under-rated flick.
Liy M (gb) wrote: Hilariously executed, and cringingly embarrassing with a predictable storybook ending.Interestingly this film was half decent, in some ways, however it was incredibly flat in others and lacked outstanding direction.
Bill B (ca) wrote: This film just never grabbed me. There's nothing wrong with how it's filmed, and I suppose it might've been exciting for the time period in which it was released, but being that I'm not a fan of the adventure genre, I just couldn't get into this one.Pass, unless you're a Bava completist.
Devon B (nl) wrote: The combination of W.C. Fields and Mae West winds up being not as good as it sounds. My Little Chickadee takes place in the old west. When Mae West falls for a "Zorro" type masked bandit, she's sent to live in another town to keep her honor intact (har har). On the train ride, she meets W.C., and mistakes his satchel full of whiskey coupons for a sack full of money and agrees to marry him in order to get that money. Meanwhile, W.C. is appointed sheriff of the town by the local bar owner (who sort of controls the town), as he thinks W.C. will make a good patsy. Add to this the local newspaper publisher, who's on a crusade to clean up the town and make it wholesome. Of course, all of the above men are in love with the aging West. And who could help themselves? She doesn't recite her lines so much as purr and growl them. West is all affectation and innuendo, and it's not particularly good innuendo. Her performance is very flat, to say the least, and as she was nearing 50 at the time (albiet a very attractive and young-looking 50), her schtick isn't very convincing . W.C. gives it his best, but the material just isn't up to his usual standard. It's a typical cowboy type picture with very little enthusiasm from the cast. I can't remember any of the gags, other than West limp-wristedly shooting indians out the train car window with deadeye accuracy. Pretty forgettable.