The film is based on a novel by Daphne Du Maurier. It is about a young woman moving in with her aunt and uncovers his conspiracy which involves to murderers. She attempts to prevent him which leads to unexpected consequences. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Aaron M (es) wrote: Decent documentary. Very odd guy who basically created reality tv.
Andrew C (nl) wrote: I am not a football fan but even i was hooked to this
Mark W (it) wrote: I am aware that some people don't like this film but I personally think the film is very entertaining and I appreciate the whole cast and crew who worked on this. I am a big fan of Eli Roth and think that this film is a fun gore fest that is very entertaining, suspenseful and has a deep message. I respect Eli Roth for giving it the style and structure of Audition (1999) and giving it that Asian extreme feel to it. I enjoy the film and recommend for people who are into balls to the wall horror.
Satya P (it) wrote: Well, I don't know what to say..Give it a try..Its not a regular slasher movie..You wont see much of blood..You wont exactly see the body parts falling apart..But yes, its all about killing people..I kinda liked it.
Brandon W (br) wrote: This film is one of those films you loved watching when you were younger, and can quote with your buddies when you are drunk at a bar. But it pains me to say that actually watching it again, it is not as enjoyable or funny as you remember. Some parts still made me laugh, "MOLE!" and some parts made me cringe, (Especially with Dr. Evil). Overall, if you haven't seen the Austin Powers film franchise before, definitely marathon it! Just don't expect to watch it over and over again for 10 years and have it be funny every single time. It's a film I cherish but it rides completely on nostalgia.
Philip d (mx) wrote: Great mini series. Not only do you get an insight in Asian/Japanese culture, but also a free mini lesson in Japanese. The book is even better though....
Bob W (br) wrote: The best picture of 1964 is also a personal favorite at least since high school when I was in the school play. Rex Harrison was made for the role of Higgins. Hepburn is as charming and winsome as ever (we've all "grown accustomed to her face"), but her voice was dubbed over for the songs. My soundtrack has Julie Andrews. "Wouldn't it be loverly" to see her in the film since she did the mega popular Broadway version? The musical version of Pygmalion is far superior to the original material.
Mat H (gb) wrote: I'll play ya one everybody likes.
Stuart K (it) wrote: After the success of Scarface (1983), Brian De Palma's next film would see him back doing another full-blown homage to his hero Alfred Hitchcock. While his previous films like Obsession (1976), Dressed to Kill (1980) and Blow Out (1981) had knowing nods and winks to Hitchcock's style of directing, this was his most explicit and personal tribute to date. While the story is a bit ropey, the way it's made is brilliant. Jobbing actor Jake Scully (Craig Wasson) lost a role as a vampire in a corny horror film due to suffering from claustrophobia, and he's homeless as his girlfriend has been cheating on him. He meets actor Sam Bouchard (Gregg Henry), who feels sorry for him, and the two strike up a friendship. Sam asks Jake to watch a house in the Hollywood hills for a friend who's out of town. Jake agrees, and while there, he finds himself spying on a neighbour Gloria Revelle (Deborah Shelton) through a telescope. However, he witnesses Gloria getting killed by a disfigured Indian, and is under suspicion. Jake goes undercover with porn actress Holly Body (Melanie Griffith) to catch the killer. It's a very silly film, mixing together the best bits of Rear Window (1954) and Vertigo (1957) to make the ultimate tale of obsession and voyeurism. However, De Palma has fun with the set up's and the suspense, and there are some good set pieces, like the rendition of Frankie Goes to Hollywood's "Relax on the set of a porn film.
Jose D (jp) wrote: There's worse romantic comedies out there but the movie feels like a wasted opportunity for a superb cast.
Ashley H (mx) wrote: Parkland is a disappointing film. It is about a recounting of the chaotic events that occurred at Dallas' Parkland Hospital on the day U.S. President John F. Kennedy was assassinated. Zac Efron and Tom Welling give terrible performances. The screenplay is badly written. Peter Landesman did a horrible job directing this movie. I was not impressed with this motion picture.
Shane J (mx) wrote: A bit of charm just for the stop motion effects for the beast but they are still pretty bad. Focuses way to much on a criminal instead of the beast as well. A decent budgeted remake could be very fun