Hostile Makeover

Hostile Makeover

Lacey Smithsonian is a stylish journalist who works as a television reporter. When interviewing a prestigious fashion designer Amanda Manville, it confesses that receives death threats from someone. Everything is complicated when the artist is shot dead during the program. Lacey will be involved in the case and launch an investigation to find the guilty.

Street-smart, D.C. fashion reporter Lacey Smithsonian is breaking news again when she interviews a supermodel who reveals that she's been receiving unfashionable death threats. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Bill R (de) wrote: a completely wrong trailer made for this movie. I was expecting a comedy that paid homage to 1970s sci-fi but what I got was a more serious and slow look into the lives of the people on board the space station. which isn't bad had I been prepared. this is not a comedy even though it puts itself off to be.

CL 9 (mx) wrote: The film often seems to be grabbing for a story, but we'd all be fools not to keep an eye on DeHaan in the future.

Christophe C (gb) wrote: Moins pire que ce que je pensais, hyper conventionnel mais quand mme trs vain...

Mr S (de) wrote: An unrewarding and disjointed excuse for Rob Zombie to showcase his wife's tits, and not his talent (again).

Norman B (gb) wrote: The final entry shouldn't even be mentioned in the same breath with the first 2. It's more spiritual and cultural then martial arts

Isobel P (ag) wrote: Good story line.....

Sean D (de) wrote: After Dark horror films are generally either really good or incredibly stupid and bad. This one was pretty sweet. In one of the rarest occurrences, we have ourselves a fairly original plot. The film is deeply upsetting and disturbing. There's an extreme emotional connection that you'll gather with the characters and the plot, the immersion is high on this one. There's a certain interesting indy touch of special effects that seems pretty well timed and not very cheesy. I really enjoyed this uncommon film and found it very good.

Josefina T (ag) wrote: This movie was so awesome. It was great to have Demi and Selena together in a movie for the first time.

Graham S (nl) wrote: Loved this film. The characters were mesmerizing, the writing playful, creative and wonderfully quirky. Well acted, and oh-so-refreshingly different than the trite, cliched scripts oozing from Hollywood's machine.

Alanna B (au) wrote: Good gore, bad acting. It was aiight. John Waters, OMG, best part of the movie.

Irvin C (ru) wrote: This is the second film I've seen from this Thai director and it's really something. An outlaw and governor's daughter meet as kids and grew to love each other but fate keeps them apart. This mixes an ultra-violent Sam Peckinpah-esque Western with a romantic soap operatic plot and for me, it didn't always quite gel but when it did, it was quite brilliant. The film is filled with bright colors (even the blood) in its cinematography and design.

Radlynn V (it) wrote: seen it in nihongo class, it was okay i guess.

Shaun B (br) wrote: Used to love watching this film as a kid. The memory of how good it is outweighs the reality of its probable mediocrity.

Lanky Man P (fr) wrote: One of the best alien films out there.

Tim S (ru) wrote: It's too bad that the aliens didn't keep Peter Graves, but I can understand them wanting to make him their bitch. Killers From Space is nowhere near as intriguing as its title. It's one of the silliest B movies I've ever seen, as well as one of the most terrible. It's entertaining in a fun way, and that's perhaps why The Film Crew (AKA MST3K, AKA Rifftrax) took it town and did a great number on it. There are no appealing characters, no amazing plot threads to follow, no great special effects and absolutely no surprises or great tension in the story. It's just a generic, and I mean generic, movie about aliens coming to Earth, and when they get here they don't even kill anyone. It's quite trite, but it can be entertaining in a bad way if you give it a chance to do that. However, you won't be missing very much if you never see it at all.

William W (us) wrote: Controversy aside, in regards both to Sharon Stone's quintessentially-provocative noirish femme fatale (talk about a queen bee or alpha female!) and the backlash that the film portrayed lesbians as crazed psychos, Verhoeven both played a striking tribute to Sir Alfred Hitchcock, particularly San Francisco's based Vertigo and in use of the blonde bombshell, and simply continued his style of storytelling that had become his trademark in his pre-Hollywood, formative days in the Netherlands. Though it's not mentioned in the interviews of either star or director, the wonderful car chase brought to mind that 'other' car chase Frisco Bay movie, 'Bullitt'. But given the remarkable landscape of the area, why not? One would be a fool not to push the stylistic envelope as far as the censors will allow. A film that would have made The Master of Suspense proud, methinks, and one that he himself perhaps would have done, had Joe Eszterhas' very fun script been around, during, say, the time of 'Frenzy', when Hitchcock was at his cheekiest. A fantastic date movie too, by the way...Controversy aside, in regards both to Sharon Stone's quintessentially-provocative noirish femme fatale (talk about a queen bee or alpha female!) and the backlash that the film portrayed lesbians as crazed psychos, Verhoeven both played a striking tribute to Sir Alfred Hitchcock, particularly San Francisco's based Vertigo and in use of the blonde bombshell, and simply continued his style of storytelling that had become his trademark in his pre-Hollywood, formative days in the Netherlands. Though it's not mentioned in the interviews of either star or director, the wonderful car chase brought to mind that 'other' car chase Frisco Bay movie, 'Bullitt'. But given the remarkable landscape of the area, why not? One would be a fool not to push the stylistic envelope as far as the censors will allow. A film that would have made The Master of Suspense proud, methinks, and one that he himself perhaps would have done, had Joe Eszterhas' very fun script been around, during, say, the time of 'Frenzy', when Hitchcock was at his cheekiest. A fantastic date movie too, by the way...

Tim C (ca) wrote: Enjoyable, worth seeing.