You may also like
Flat No.4B torrent reviews
Angie G (de) wrote: Absolutely loved it!
Joco d (nl) wrote: Wonderful,creative and a chilling romantic vampire movie.Attractive casts and visual stunts makes it greater for a vampire movie,and a mysterious ending..
Edgar C (it) wrote: Chris Weitz, stay the hell out of Mexico, you stereotypical, melodramatic and overtly sentimental imbcil!!46/100
Ronnie S (br) wrote: Sikke da noget lort. Helt rligt. Jeg har set AAAALT for mange skodgysere i mit liv, men desvrre ikke nok. Denne var noget af det vrste lort jeg lnge har set. Virkelig virkelig virkelig elendig. Undg det lort her og pil nse i halvanden time i stedet for. Det fr man mere ud af efter de halvanden time.
Alexandra G (ru) wrote: There are two things that I adore about this movie. First, it is a true visual feast (spectacle of vivid colours, ornaments, fabulous production designs and costumes). Second, the soundtrack by the great Shiina Ringo (mixing jazz, rock, pop and even cabaret). This poppy tale reminds a bit of Moulin Rouge or Marie Antoinette. I found the plot and directing a bit dissapointing, but I guess, a manga adaptation is not an easy thing to do. Some scenes are truely splendid: like the death of Takao Oiran or the official walk of Kiyoha (when becoming an Oiran). I'm sorry, that Kanno Miho only played a small part :(
Gena D (es) wrote: It was good. Not like stitches good but good all the same. They took your standard predictable story and removed one predictable cheesy aspect. spoiler:9999999999999999999I mean REALLY who gets married to a woman who was just left at the alter (or man) You see it in the movies all the time "Honey...we shouldn't get married." "Oh don't worry! There's going to be a wedding afterall because I want to marry you!" and then they wed and it's amazingly corny! Glad they didn't go that route :)
Rodrigo y (nl) wrote: The House of Spirits brings an amazing cast to an amazing story from an amazing book of an amazing writter. Did I say amazing?
Steve A (fr) wrote: Essentially a 95 minute music video, the only thing this does is cheapen the famous rock album it was based on.
Dave J (ag) wrote: Monday, May 12, 2014 (1976) Blue Sunshine HORROR Written and directed by Jeff Lieberman coming up with a confusing beginning, but that can be the result of the film's budget. With Jerry (Zalmon King) having a little party with some friends until one of them runs amok by going on a killing spree, leaving a few dead. And then for some odd reason, the murders are somehow end up being pinned on Jerry instead of the crazed perpetrator who was eventually killed by getting hit by an ongoing car. Jerry then ends up going on the run, sought after by a detective by the name of Clay (Charles Siebert). In order for Jerry to clear his name, he seeks the assistance of his girlfriend Alicia (Deborah Winters). And with Jerry playing detective himself, it turns out that a dangerous LSD/ acid drug called "Blue Sunshine" used to be manufactured by a former student from some university campus(to be precise Stanford) and that they were sold to some students that went there. And that this student who used to be selling to help him finance his political career happens to be running for congress, by the name of Ed Flemming (Mark Goddard). And the ending doesn't explain very much either as the movie is suggesting that it's based on a actual experimental drug, with one of the main side effects is hair loss. Anyone who's familiar with actor Zalmon King's recent work, will know that this film is a far cry from what he's usually associated with, as a director and creator of "The Red Shoe Diaries" starring David Duchovny, as well as other movies that consist to have adult eroticism. But again, if viewers are willing to put their brains on stun, ignoring total logic such as 'no autopsy performed on the bodies' then this film might work for you, but others such as myself demand better. 2 out of 4 stars
Matthew L (ru) wrote: A classic modern day Western that preempts the western standard popularised in the 70's of the stranger entering town and cleaning it up, by almost 20 years. Easily one of Tracy's best roles, though I must admit my knowledge of his body of work is limited. Great support from Robert Ryan, as the man running the town, and Borgnine and Lee Marvin as his goons. A brilliantly measured piece of cinema with a slow build that you just don't seem to get these days.
John R (ca) wrote: 130823141029: I've always heard the civil war was a dark and destructive time, and apparently the chaos it caused even occurred between combatants on the same side. Found this film an enjoyable fictitious look at the laying of the telegraph line across the US. Well worth watching even at 73 years of age. Some strong acting and characters.