A circus' beautiful trapeze artist agrees to marry the leader of side-show performers, but his deformed friends discover she is only marrying him for his inheritance. They band together and carry out a brutal revenge that leaves her knowing what it truly means to be a "freak." . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
A circus' beautiful trapeze artist agrees to marry the leader of side-show performers, but his deformed friends discover she is only marrying him for his inheritance.
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Maximus A (au) wrote: nice humor. not for kids.
Brett W (us) wrote: Pretty cool "Hershel Gordon Lewis" style grindhouse movie (Lewis even makes a cameo. I didn't even know he was still alive.)Stars David Hess, the bad guy from the original "Last House on the Left"
Tyler S (ca) wrote: I really enjoyed this high tech thriller.The movie is somewhat dated now, but at the time the special effects were memorable and up with the times.There was a good cast, and I thought Arnold, and Caan were really exceptional.The movie kept me on the edge of my seat.I also love movies where a badass is protecting someone from shady people.Arnold is protecting a witness to a shady govt. coverup and basically he has to fend them all off to protect her and expose the truth.The weaponry in the movie was very memorable and overall it was a fun action movie with very cool special effects.
Gary L (jp) wrote: I LIKED THIS MOVIE IT WAS GOOD
(ru) wrote: A very depressing movie, I feel sad and very gloomy for two days...though I will call Stephane a coward, I understand him more or less...
Chris R (ru) wrote: It's certainly better than some official EON 007 films, but it ultimately just feels pointless and all the problems and controversies surrounding its creation just gives that feeling even more. It's still worth seeing for any Bond fan, but just be sure to take it all with a grain of salt.
Darik H (mx) wrote: Anyone who has seen this film to the end will probably tell you this: Deadly Blessing is one weird little movie. But that doesn't stop it from being suitably creepy and entertaining.Deadly Blessing is one of Wes Craven's earlier efforts, made after Last House on the Left and The Hills Have Eyes, but before Swamp Thing and A Nightmare on Elm Street. In fact, a lot of it seems like a prototype for what would ultimately become Nightmare-- there is a vividly surreal dream sequence featuring an ominous shadow-man, a scene in which one girl describes a similar nightmare to her friend the following morning, and a sequence in which a snake pops up between a woman's legs in a bath tub, which is replicated almost shot-for-shot with Freddy's glove in Elm Street. But unlike that subsequent film, this is (for the most part) a much more down-to-Earth sort of horror-thriller, with a mysterious figure running around stabbing people to death in a way that almost feels reminiscent of the first Friday the 13th. And it's also possibly one of Craven's more personal works, as it revolves around an extremely religious sect of farmers called the Hittites (basically they're like the Amish, but more strict) who shun the outside world and whose God-fearing ways color the story throughout. Craven himself was raised in an extremely orthodox religious environment, and so one gets the impression that this film was a way of working through his conflicted feelings about religion and "straying from the path". The film itself is engaging, if slow-paced, and features a surprising range of familiar faces-- most notably, this was the first screen appearance of Sharon Stone, but it also features Jeff East (who played a young Clark Kent in Superman: The Movie) and, bizarrely enough, Ernest Borgnine, who delivers a surprisingly solid performance as the glowering Hittite patriarch. But more than anything else, what you'll remember about this film is the complete head-spinning "WTF?!?" ending, which makes a complete tonal 180 in the last three minutes and forces you to reevaluate everything you've just seen. Whether the movie earns this sudden about-face is debatable, but whether you like the ending or not, the fact remains that Deadly Blessing successfully holds your interest long enough to get you to it; it's a solid suspense thriller with more than its fair share of chills.(more to come)
Nicki M (gb) wrote: Could have been a decent b-grade psycho movie, instead was stupidly confusing and in the end couldn't even figure out who the bad guy was!
Hawk (gb) wrote: I really enjoyed this reboot of the Muppet's franchise. Unlike other Muppet films of the 1970's and 80's it does not try to replicate the cinema of yesteryears but tries for its own thing. A good chunk of the film is spent with The Muppets actually putting on an old fashioned variety show, which fans of the original Muppet Show will love. The resolution of the film is really poorly written however which is probably the only bad part. It's a great movie for fans of the original show though, who should definitely seek it out.
Shantel D (ag) wrote: Not bad. I generally like whatever Maggie Gyllenhaal does.... and this pairs her with Danny Trejo. It was different to see Trejo as a soft, love interest type. I don't know if I'd watch it again, but I enjoyed it as a one-time thing.