Prince Leo, last in the line of rulers of a long-deposed monarchy on continental Europe and jaded with the frenetic search for kicks with the European jet-set, returns to his father's ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Leo the Last
Prince Leo, last in the line of rulers of a long-deposed monarchy on continental Europe and jaded with the frenetic search for kicks with the European jet-set, returns to his father's London town house for rest.
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Natalie O (mx) wrote: No, it's not as good as the series, and frankly, the re-vamp of the series hasn't been great either. But, all-in-all this film is exactly what I expected it to be: lots of fashion, champagne and good ol Patsy Stone
Philip E (kr) wrote: A movie titled WolfCop need I say more?
Radka H (de) wrote: Amazing movie. I think one of my top 3. All those songs of Lou Reed go so well with the movie.
Tristan P (ca) wrote: Slightly above average HALLOWEEN style horror flick with a memorable killer. I'd love to find this on DVD.
ROXfuckinBURY (kr) wrote: awesome, if you fall asleep, you don't know a thing bout southie
Tim S (ag) wrote: Having done several reviews of other Charlie Chaplin titles before, I've always been fascinated by his output during his time with United Artists. Not that any of the work before and after wasn't important, but the output during that timeframe felt so fresh and vibrant. It's an amazing set of films, all totally and utterly worthy of only the finest home video treatment, especially Limelight. After the many successes he had up to this point in his career, Limelight served as his last film with United Artists, but it also reflected Chaplin, his career, and his standing as a U.S. citizen at the time. Limelight was Chaplin's final American film. While touring the film in London, he was refused re-entry into the U.S. on the grounds that he was allegedly a communist sympathizer. Chaplin, who was "fed up" with the controversy, chose not to return to the United States. Limelight, as a consequence, was boycotted and (mostly) poorly reviewed. However, in Europe, it was received quite well. Once the dust had settled, it was later honored at the 1972 Academy Awards. Obviously, the impact of the film wasn't felt in the U.S. during its original theatrical run, but time has been much kinder to Limelight. Saying that it's one of Chaplin's best films is almost an understatement (as if he could have made a poor one). It still holds a lot of dramatic power, but also closes the curtain on a long and fruitful career that came to an unnecessary an premature end. Although Chaplin made two more films before his death, he never made another for the company that he had co-founded many years before.
Patryk C (ru) wrote: The murderous Scarlet Claw brings Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson to a village in Canada. With a whole lot of cold bodies in-between, and a mysterious story about an actor, who is supposed to seek vengeance for what happened to him a long time ago, there is no easy way out of this case. And while Holmes is on it faster than one might suspect, Dr. Watson still remains as unconvinced and lost as he always is. Great on-location shots give a perfectly nightmarish tone to this entry.
Elise C (br) wrote: Childhood favorite. It's still as good and heartwarming as I remembered.
Nick G (gb) wrote: Not sure why.. but I loved this movie and want to watch it again. That being said, I can definitely understand why someone might not like it too. It is what it is.. if you want a nice horror comedy focusing on the survival of a small batch of individuals against an infestation of giant bugs, you won't be disappointed. If that sounds ridiculous to you.. you'll find the movie ridiculous. It's likely not going to appeal to someone just wanting a horror movie, or a comedy, or even a horror comedy.. it's going to appeal to someone wanting a modern, quirky, giant bug flick that isn't Eight Legged Freaks.