A despondent gay man throws his life and relationships into turmoil when he volunteers for a controversial pharmaceutical study for a drug designed to make gay men straight. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
A despondent gay man throws his life and relationships into turmoil when he volunteers for a controversial pharmaceutical study for a drug designed to make gay men straight.
- Stars:Raj Kiran, Om Puri, Divya Rana, Satish Shah, Rakesh Bedi, Danny Denzongpa, Kim, Rita Rani Kaul, Sarwar, Bharat Bhushan, Jonathan Slavin, Scotch Ellis Loring, Susan Slome, Mike Begovich, Jennifer Elise Cox, Jason Bushman, Beth Grant, Michael Chieffo, Alec Mapa, Patrick Anthony, Lisa Marie Basada, John Baumgartner, Karen 'Kaz' Brecher, Maura Dominguez, John Hartmann,
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Matthew F (fr) wrote: This film is great fun, it has Charlie Sheen in a role he was born to play, which makes sense as he has lived that life.
AW C (es) wrote: This is the "jobs" of what could have been "Steve Jobs."
Mike L (ca) wrote: A 'B' movie at best and not worth seeing aside from a few good death scenes...
Aaron C (it) wrote: some legends are best left un-uncovered. particularly those that are dug up from swampy tar pits in the arctic circle. this mishmash of scandi & chinese mythologies just doesn't work, despite the pretty nice cinematography at times. It felt like someone else was taking control of the remote & flipping channels between Beowulf and House of Flying Daggers the whole time.. :)
Matthew H (jp) wrote: It's lost a little bit of energy and fun from the original, but Spy Kids 2: The Island of Lost Dreams will be a welcome summer treat for kids of all ages and their families.
Leonardo Malacay S (fr) wrote: todo lo que podemos ser todo lo queremos hacer tal vez choquen pero somos nosotros los que decidimos el camino
Luke C (ru) wrote: It is a crime that this film has not been picked up by a major distributor. Probably the best Kung Fu Film I have ever seen (that is saying alot). Hark takes The One Armed Swordsman story to heights that Chang Cheh could not achieve. By far, this is Tsui Hark's best work.
Candice B (gb) wrote: luv it so much! used to watch it all the time wen i was little
David T (nl) wrote: I Drink Your Blood is a completely insane psycho-biker-gang exploitation film from the 70s, which, to be honest, I am kicking myself for not watching sooner. I had always judged this as a vampire movie by the title alone, and vamps aren't really my thing, so I avoided it. I was SO wrong. Thank goodness I decided to give this a chance. A lot of fun, and recommended for fans of sleazy 70s cinema.