Lilly the Witch: The Dragon and the Magic Book
Little Lilly is apprenticed to become the successor of Surulunda the Witch. Based on the internationally best-selling book series.
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Kieran F (ag) wrote: Horrible film and sad in some ways because Dario's film where always so unique and beautifully shot. This film is just the complete opposite. none of the shots are impressive they're all more generic and dull and even the violence in it(which where always a highlight in his films cause of the way they where shot and etc.) is also blan at best. THe only remote saving grace is Rutger Hauer does an impressive job but even he's not enough to warent the film being good.
Annie Y (es) wrote: although it's just the simple old kinds story, it's still a very touching film. and the little boy is so cute~
Corpse M (fr) wrote: another basic straight to dvd comedy that is only funny because rachel dratch is so ugly lol! she knows it and she works it, i wouldnt recommend this movie but i dont regret watching it
J K (br) wrote: Should be called "A movie no one wants to see"
Ryan M (nl) wrote: Wow! Does this not stand up to my memories.
Vince K (us) wrote: When you come across a movie called "Maniac Nurses Find Ecstasy", how can you NOT watch it? Especially when it's only an hour and five minutes long. The film is a Romanian import that found limited distribution in the states through Troma Entertainment (and it is also considered to be Bloodsucking Freaks II). It's hilariously dubbed over, seeming like it was less translated into English than it was rewritten to lip-sync better with the actors. I don't even know if the narration was made up for the American release. But it was a great idea, because it adds so much and many of the laughs come from it. The best thing about the movie is that it is extremely perverse and gory, yet takes itself so seriously that it becomes unintentionally funny in effect. The story follows a hospital full of sadomasochistic lesbian nurses, who capture victims for severe medical torture and sick sexual pleasure. Often, they will trick roadside travelers, shoot the husband in the head, and abduct the wife. Some abductees might be kept to be taught the ways of the science of medicine and trained in the art of combining sex with death, others end up in fatal surgery to become living dolls; playthings for sexual pleasure. And as a bonus for straight men and lesbians alike, the Romanian babes in this film are against wearing shirts as much as Matthew McCoughnahey. The film is basically torture porn with deranged lesbians trying to find the height of sexual ecstasy. It is also at the same time very empowering for women, who are superior to men in every way in this. Although wildly engaging, the second act seems to fail at continuing the momentum they took so long to establish in the first act with the wildly entertaining narrative and set-up. Instead the focus shifts to the nurses hunting down 4 campers nearby, with an arsenal of shotguns, machine guns, and butcher's knives. Sadly, this takes up the last half-hour of the film, after so much had happened in the first half-hour. It is hinted at and later revealed that the militant lesbian head mistresses daughter is the most crazed of the bunch. In possibly the most hilarious scene - her firstborn was a boy born with an Elvis tattoo and hence murdered for being an aberration. The daughter grows up, and instead of meeting nice boys, she must "live with the masochistic obsession of older women." Also, it's hilarious how the male groundskeeper, in charge of tending to the ground's numerous garden gnomes, will be cut to every once in awhile to say things like "Maniacs. Sick." or ??Sex crazed sadists.??, as if to remind you of what the movie you are watching is about. Definitely check this one out. Oh yeah, they??re cannibals too. Win, win, and win.
Joshua S (nl) wrote: If you want to masturbate to hairy Japanese women getting raped by their friends then by all means. One scene involves a bunch of guys and girls sitting around inside a cabin. they're bored, so one guy says," let's wrestle!" The girl refuses (but apparently no means yes in this movie). It ends up with them stripping (cuz that's normal and all) with her peeing on him. If you make it through the first part of the movie (if you are a nut like me), then you'll notice that the "monster" that is also raping and killing everyone (no, not the friends, they just rape each other), is really just a tall Caucasian male covered in mud. Then if you are REALLY nutty (like me) and make it to the end of the movie. The white guy rapes the last chick and she somehow escapes and gets pregnant. Then she stands on a cliff and the screen turns to flames. Yeah...it's one of those kind of movies.
Stuart K (es) wrote: Written and directed by Dario Argento, who had made a big splash with his debut as a director with The Bird with the Crystal Plumage (1970), here this was the second part in his "Animal trilogy", which was concluded with Four Flies on Grey Velvet (1971), but this one does tend to drag a bit, which is a shame as there are flashes of what the film could have been. Even Argento isn't happy with it. Set in Rome, blind man Franco Arno (Karl Malden) and his neice Lori (Cinzia De Carolis) are walking at night when Franco overhears a conversation involving blackmail. Later on, Franco hears a break-in occurring on the neighbouring medical complex. The next day, reporter Carlo Giordani (James Franciscus) asks Franco about what he heard the night before, with little to go on, things take a sinister turn when Dr. Calabresi (Carlo Alighiero), who worked at the medical complex is pushed in front of a train at the station, and Carlo reports on the story, it's from here that Franco and Carlo work together to find out who the killer is. It should have been a good thriller, but a lot of it drags badly, which is a sad shame, as you'd expect Argento to keep the dark, sinister mood up throughout. It does have it's moments, including a killer score by Ennio Morricone, but it's not as good compared to what was to come from Argento over the next decade to come.
Tony P (gb) wrote: Before seeing the much hyped Tarantino effort I had to view the original that spawned a genre of hundreds of Italian spaghetti westerns. The film was banned on its 1966 release and you can see why with the violence including the customary shoot outs but whipping, ears being cut off etc.The English dubbing is awful and sounds like a Radio 4 show. The soundtrack bar the dubbing is good and the Django theme sounds very Matt Munro!The title character is played by Franco Nero who certainly gives Clint Eastwood the man with no name in the Sergio Leone films a run for his money.You can see the low budget in this film. Had it had the budget of the Leone films it would have been a classic and I think Quentin Tarantino recognises this.Right now to see the modern version.
Adrian Z (de) wrote: It's nice to see a romantic comedy with leading actors that are good because they are naturally charming and likable, rather than big box office draws. Fisher and Messina do have good chemistry as two people who find each other while their career prospects are in dire straits, a premise that lends the story relevance and appeal in modern times, although it does get carried away on plot contrivances, as romantic comedies often do.
Ashley H (fr) wrote: I saw this movie once and I've wanted to see it again for a long time. I thought it was great, especially with an all-star, country legends cast. Willie Nelson and Kris Kristopherson have automatic explosive chemistry together that works to their advantage. Johnny Cash and Waylon Jennings, though both have sadly passed now, shall continue to amaze viewers for generations with their high-handed, traditional, western attitudes and sharp wit and sarcastic remarks. June Carter Cash is sassy and blunt. John Schneider is incredibly hot and sexy as a driver and might have been bit hot-headed, though like I said, I only saw it once. it's not that hard to believe he plays the famous Bo Duke on the The Dukes of Hazzard (the original). Director Ted Post has expertly endeavored to make wonderful classic come back to life.