A brilliant surgeon, Dr. Génessier, helped by his assistant Louise, kidnaps nice young women. He removes their faces and tries to graft them onto the head on his beloved daughter Christiane... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Eyes Without a Face
Professor Genessier is guilt-stricken after his daughter's face is disfigured in a car accident. He intends to rebuild his daughter's face via grafting skin tissue; he only needs a supply of donors to experiment on.
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Maynard M (ca) wrote: Beautiful, informative, wise. Only negative: in our cgi world, documentaries lose some of their validity. Is it real, or is it fake?
Conrad T (au) wrote: Legendary coach ? Not a football fan unfortunately. But still there were some tremendous moments.
Kevin F (es) wrote: Amazing !!! Everything !!!
Raphael G (ca) wrote: Good actors and an okay story. I didn't really like the voiceover.. Not as good as Cinema, Aspirins and Vultures!
Adam R (gb) wrote: A great movie, and historically accurate, with a stellar script by Brian Godawa.
Peter J (mx) wrote: Wasn't as good as it could have been. Would have liked to see a Ed Gein movie with a lot of gore and dirt. Still a lot better then the (latest) Ed Gein movie.
Andrew L (de) wrote: Why did I ever see this? Why?
Sweet D (ru) wrote: Ok this movie has it all & deffinately female empowerment--they take over the mafia for pete sake--lol--but it's a great movie and i FINALLY own it after much looking--lol
Giovanni M (mx) wrote: Entertaining action sequences and great production design make for an entertaining movie with a handful of flaws.
Grant S (ag) wrote: One of the better French films you'll see. Not that this says much, as most French movies are pretentious crap. Nikita, on the other hand, is far from that...A woman in a criminal gang is captured after killing a policeman during a botched robbery. She is sentenced to life in prison but while in prison she is approached by a government agent who intends to make her a secret agent. She reluctantly goes along with the idea...Interesting, engaging espionage drama with some great action scenes. Plot is good and the story follows well. The set up is also well done, and quite funny at times. Quite gritty too. Has all the traits of a good drama.So good, Hollywood remade Nikita as Point of No Return / The Assassin in 1993, with Bridget Fonda in the lead role. It was also made into a Canadian TV series, La Femme Nikita. The series lasted from 1997 to 2001 and starred Peta Wilson in the lead role.
Simon D (it) wrote: Really slow and dull, painfully boring until the end
Fong K (fr) wrote: Loud and disconcerting, Ken Russell's first and only attempt at the science fiction genre is one confusing hallucinatory mess that should go straight to the video store.
Lee P (ca) wrote: At least an hour too long.
Nathan B (mx) wrote: There is no way movie can be considered good if it alienates anyone who does not share the same political beliefs as the filmmakers. It deceptively tries to be something more than the low quality B movie it is.
Adam F (br) wrote: "The Roommate" is a thriller made for teenagers so it might generate some moderate thrills for its target audience... but only because there's a chance they haven't seen this story done before and done better. I bet you can guess what the entire plot of this wannabe tension generator is based solely on the title. Ok? Go! "Our heroine (Minka Kelly) is a young woman attending college, probably for the first time and one day gets a new roomie (Leighton Meester). This young woman is awesome at first, getting her out of jams, standing up for her in times of trouble, etc. Eventually, it becomes obvious that The Roommate is crazy and obsessed with her new best friend. If there's a pet it'll be killed as a warm-up to a human being getting murdered, there's going to be a pseudo lesbian aspect and ..." Well let's cut it off there shall we? We don't want to give everything away without actually seeing the movie! I can't believe my rating for this movie is two stars out of five. The thrills are mild, with a story that's stale by now, the scares are non-existent (or non-sensical, as a girl who gets stalked in the communal shower room just goes back to washing her hair after she hears something spooky going on) and the movie doesn't really have any teeth. The very idea that the new roommate would be capable of intimidating everyone she meets and that she has the ability to create so much fear in her peers that they forget all about the option of calling the police or going to a higher authority and asking for help is absolutely ludicrous. While there are a few interesting bits where the setting of a college campus is taken advantage of, it never really tries to be original and that makes it forgettable. While the performances are decent, there are many plot holes and some elements are introduced and dropped very quickly, making them feel more like padding than actual material to flesh out or develop the characters and story. Had the plot been more non-sensical or the rating been more adult (allowing for more hanky-panky and gore) this could have at least been "so bad it's good" but there isn't anything here for you if you're older than 16 and even then you would be better off catching another entry in this genre. In it's defense, I didn't hate the movie or find it offensive, I just thought it was run-of-the-mill bad. (On Dvd, October 27, 2012)
Kim L (br) wrote: If you enjoyed the classic peanuts cartoons and characters you should enjoy this charming movie with creative animation and a wink to fans this movie was a surprise to me.