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Kenneth M (nl) wrote: awfull, complete trash.

Heather M (de) wrote: This was an adorable Christmas movie with a weak plot. It wasn't the best movie around, but it was easy entertainment to enjoy during the holidays.

Daryl M (us) wrote: The film should be given a chance and a viewing. I'm a fan of vampire legend; I wanted something different; and this movie does not follow the typical "Hollywood Track". I went in with zero expectations, did not start or end like the typical vampire movie and was for that reason difficult to market and meet the expectations of people who expect either a "completely vampire horror" movie or a "completely romantic drama" movie. It doesn't do either 'extremely well' but does it well enough to enjoy and satisfy your curiosity about how it ends. I think Ellis did a respectable job and gave me something to think about. And the acting of the three leads was balanced. This movie doesn't pretend to be anything more than what it is; and it acts out the story with regular guys and gals- in a way that could happen to 'anyone'. So looking at it that way, it's a good, original movie.

Holly F (ag) wrote: Totally a piece of crap! Totally Fake! Totally boring! Burn this bad acting cheap flick!

Danielle K (it) wrote: A clique, predictable teen chick flick. None the less it's one of the lesser annoying films in the genre and provides some genuine laughs.

Private U (it) wrote: So bloody good, one of the best Irish movies ever. Why doesn't the distributor release it on DVD? Clowns

Calyre Z (us) wrote: "Les fantmes du pass"


PieterJan V (us) wrote: A good French film but there wasn't a real ending to it.

Anthony B (ca) wrote: What's better than a Macaulay Culkin movie? How about a Ted Danson/Macaulay Culkin movie!

Oscar S (mx) wrote: I'm not interested in preserving the status quo; I want to overthrow it. -- Niccolo Machiavelli

Kyle M (jp) wrote: The musicals that were released in the three quarters of the 20th century are commonly grand by the scale of the said adjective in their performances/talents of doing the number. But they had the challenge of keeping that energy constant without breaking the flat line to go down. The number's the source of energy of a musical to bring that bar up, while the substance of the break between the previous and the next number sometimes can bring it down when it's becoming a little somewhat bland. But the reason behind that is so that the stars can rest and restore their singing energy to have enough to lift the bar back up to the level of a film with an A rating."Meet Me in St. Louis" has a beauty in its story and heart with few good numbers that sticks to that grandness. While the substance between those numbers may be what I was just went over, this musical managed to receive a rating with a letter grade of the A by its beauty and some grand. (A-)My reason watching this was that it stars Judy Garland sometime after "The Wizard of Oz." This is the first film I've saw of her outside of that Dorothy costume, which made this a compelling musical to see if you haven't seen any other Garland musicals.(Full review coming soon)

Alex K (de) wrote: My Favorite Thriller Film Is 1991's The Silence Of The Lambs.

Wendy R (kr) wrote: I think this is gonna be a fantastic movie!!! I can hardly wait to see this one!!! Totally a must see movie!!!

Olivier B (fr) wrote: An amazing slasher. There's some bad actors and unintentionally laughs but the score is amazing and the effects too. Also, the ending is kinda sad.