When given a demonic present by their black sheep nephew two kindly old grannies are transformed into demons who proceed to gorily knock-off their greedy relatives. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Les mémés cannibales
When given a demonic present by their black sheep nephew two kindly old grannies are transformed into demons who proceed to gorily knock-off their greedy relatives.
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Mike A (au) wrote: Had some nice moments like all of Shane Meadows' films but lacking in substance compared to his other films. The ending was quite abrupt and I wasn't ready for it to finish. You have to decide if the ending was real or just fantasy, I suppose.
Vishnu S (nl) wrote: simple and compact movie with outstanding performance by Joaquin Phoenix
Shaeda M (br) wrote: ewww another bad movie... it wasn't my weekend it seems.. this was one of a kind.. a superb demonstration of the fact there's no originality left in Bollywood ? Every little sequences are taken from various movies like The Mummy, Harry Potter, Zorro, Indiana Jones, Hercules...Priyanka Chopra was beautiful.. what else ?~~ Abhishek's acting was awful, terrible, bad bad bad...
Daniel W (fr) wrote: A VERY short film, but with some interesting characters. Keenan was great as Deputy Lance, but Wilk's and the rest were let down by lack of acting experience. A good story, and plot but a little too short.
Kyle R (au) wrote: Three storylines and three years separate the main characters in this film, all battling loss and shame. This softspoken film delicately deals with the devastation of disease and death while shining a hopeful light on the dark realities of life.
Diego Ignacio P (fr) wrote: Herschell Gordon Lewis Made Thos Awesome Movie, I Think What Is Better Than The First Movie
Pamela T (de) wrote: Her eye was seriously getting on my nerves...but other than that "OHHH NIPPLE RING LETS SEE IT"
James R (au) wrote: A very watchable science fiction movie laden with special effects as you would expect.
Lewis E (br) wrote: Certainly exhibits Scorcese flair, predominantly the eccentric Italian-American dialogue. Unfortunately 'Mean Streets' only treads on the line of 'gangster' since it misses that gritty edge and narrative depth of his later productions. Lead performances have enough energy and charisma to maintain interest but Robert De Niro, playing the eccentric friend, is merely a naughty schoolboy in comparison to 'Goodfella's Joe Pesci.
Maxwell S (nl) wrote: The most beautiful film of something of this simplistic nature. Incredibly humane and passionate. One representation of Polanski's masterpieces.
Paul D (gb) wrote: The movie itself almost feels like a series of shock value scenes, but it's worth seeing for Harvey Keitel's performance; he really puts his all into portraying a character that many actors would not want to be associated with.
Alexis W (ag) wrote: It's funny but the animals just didn't seem real enough for me