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Here Come the Waves torrent reviews
DJ T (kr) wrote: An interesting perspective on the history of LGBT films, and the major players involved.
Brett W (kr) wrote: In Fay Grim Hartley rearranges Henry Fool's characters into a more lighthearted, ironic espionage tale. Unfortunately this film seems to only work in the minds those who enjoyed and looked forward to the further exploits of the original's characters, since there is an overall sloppiness to the sequel's construction. The humor is sometimes crisp enough, as is the talent involved, but mostly this just felt like an unnecessary epilogue which, in some cases, causes the original to lose meaning. The primary example being the validity given to Henry's "confessions" when the crux of the first was that his character was ultimately full of shit...and besides, if Henry's work had been even remotely related to spy/travel memoirs, why would he have gotten so visibly upset when Simon rejects its artistic worth?
Daniel A (gb) wrote: visually entertaining and just fun to watch
DONNA J (jp) wrote: Synopsis: Genetically mutated bats escape and it's up to a bat expert and the local sheriff to stop them. Starring: Lou Diamond Phillips, Dina Meyer, Bob Gunton, Leon, Carlos Jacott, David McConnell Directed by: Louis Morneau
Jacky L (it) wrote: quite disturbing. chilled the bones more than a lotta so-called horror stories these days did. the real life event this film was based on was certainly intriguing (1930s france, imagine), but the storytelling itself wasn't handled so great.
Private U (ru) wrote: Arguably Jerry Warren's best - well, let's say least terrible - film, which paradixically makes it less enjoyable than, say, TEENAGE ZOMBIES (of which this is kind of a remake). Warren ranks between Todd Sheets and Ulli Lommel as the worst director ever.
Rui M (gb) wrote: Extremely lurid for 1962 and very very good also.
Adam R (de) wrote: (First and only viewing - In my early twenties)