Gypsy Romeo and Juliet: A boy and a girl from rival families fall in love.
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Jeremy S (mx) wrote: A gulity pleasure of a chessy movie HA! A average movie at best
Greg l (fr) wrote: Funniest movie I've seen in a while.
Michael D (mx) wrote: Not the best superman movie, but I love them all.
Jon M (us) wrote: one of the BEST movies in cinema history
Tim S (ca) wrote: Love at First Bite was released in 1979 and stars George Hamilton as the infamous Dracula. The movie didn't do well when it was originally released, but it garnered enough of a fan base from folks who grew up watching it on cable in the 80's. If there's one thing you can say about George Hamilton it's that the guy was charming, and he didn't mind being silly from time to time. He's pretty much the entire reason to see this movie in the first place. While I'm quite fond of his dual performances from Zorro The Gay Blade (and in general, a fan of the movie itself), this one doesn't seem to have quite the same... well, bite. It's certainly not one of the funniest movies ever made, nor is it one of the funniest spoofs ever made. It's generally inoffensive but it doesn't come packed with laughter either. I'm sure that the people who grew up with the movie (I'm not one of them) find it a lot funnier than I do, but that being said, I still found some nice jokes in there from time to time. There's unfortunately a bit too much in of Susan St. James, who just isn't appealing to me at all.
Dan H (au) wrote: Silly, goofy, ultra-violent, over-the-top fun. The future "utopia" is one of the most terrifying things I've seen: It's an ultra-sanitized utopia where everyone is super happy, physical touch is a thing of the past (which leads to goofy handshakes and sex being outlawed), violence is almost nonexistent, swearing is outlawed (you can get fined just for saying Hell), and the most popular songs are old commercial jingles. You can imagine what happens when a completely insane psychotic criminal from the past is de-thawed and escapes into the future world. The cops of the future are not equipped to properly deal with such violence, so they thaw out the criminal's past captor, a supercop who was known for destroying everything in sight while on the job (hence his nickname "Demolition Man"). Sandra Bullock is pretty awful, Rob Schneider makes a brief cameo appearance, and Glenn Shadix (the colorful psychic from Beetlejuice) plays a supporting role. Directed by a man who would only direct one other film, and written by a team of writers, the film is kind of surprisingly brilliant (and a bit painful at times, but that's kind of the point). Demolition Man is a film that is trying to be as goofy and cheesy as possible (At least, I'm pretty sure it is) and it seems to want to bring the audience in on the joke. It's certainly not a great film, but it makes for a super entertaining watch.
Michael M (nl) wrote: There's just something about Kiera Knightly's face that bothers me. It's all scrunched up and odd looking. She's also got no boobs so that's another knock against her. Sam Rockwell is one of the better parts of this movie and Chloe Grace Moretz (who's now 18) continues her ascent towards my Top 10. The movie itself has a few inspired moments but it's definitely aimed more at women seeing as how it was written and directed by a woman. Absolutely nothing wrong with that of course, just that I don't think 35 year old males were the target audience for this one.
Orlok W (jp) wrote: Highly entertaining...one of the strongest of the Universal series--Solid Holmes adventure with a good mystery/horror core!!
Ron T B (mx) wrote: Watching this film was a fun time. Its great to see movies in the vein of 80s style revenge for a prank gone wrong making a resurgence. Some unique kills and good makeup effects. The main two actresses did a great job. I highly recommend this one for an all-around fun time.