A Trilogy-Horror. In "Yaya" a young couple hires a mysterious nanny for their baby. In "Ate" a young woman discovers that her sister has been dead and been made alive again. In "Nanay" a ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Shake Rattle & Roll III
A Trilogy-Horror. In "Yaya" a young couple hires a mysterious nanny for their baby. In "Ate" a young woman discovers that her sister has been dead and been made alive again. In "Nanay" a ...
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Jennifer H (gb) wrote: This movie is not scary at all and no jump scares.
Sophia H (ru) wrote: It starts of with mix of Bond and Bourne and ends like Mr & Mrs Smith. Two movies smashed into one and the only good song when the credits roll. It could have been so much better.
Tom H (kr) wrote: Reminded me of the 90`s series "Xena" and "Hercules" in terms of quality in production and acting. I actually felt sorry for Sean Bean.
Ariel Z (ru) wrote: If you have some background this is an interesting documentary, but I agree it is too nice with the americans
Tarin P (au) wrote: It's a dark film with characters that (although sometimes might act like jerks) are likeable and you can understand why because of the tough times they've been through. You can cheer for these characters which makes the film good, but I do have some flaws with this film. It doesn't have enough comedy to make it a comedy film. I also don't recall the grandfather's and mother's name. I had to search in the web to find out that the mother's name was Sheryl and the grandfather's name was Edwin.
Glenn L (mx) wrote: Second-rate but highly enjoyable.
Greg G (au) wrote: One lucky move again to beat Cobra Kai. I enjoy part 3 much more then 2.
Johnathon W (kr) wrote: Solid entry into the "Halloween" franchise not only for returning the focus to Michael Myers (after the misfire of "Halloween III") but also being a smart, scary film in it's own right. Donald Pleasance makes a nice return as Loomis, giving the same gravitas as he did in the first two films, while Danielle Harris, even at a young age, showed she was well on her way to her future scream queen status. Behind the camera, director Dwight Little keeps things moving quickly and effectively, with some smart touches, showing Myers taking proactive steps to cripple the town of Hadonfield before attacking while the police & towns people instantly react when he appears instead of trying to stupidly deny him. If there is a flaw in the film is that is moves too quickly, not giving enough character development for either Jamie or Michael (it's hinted they have a psychic connection, being uncle & niece). Plus, there is a missed opportunity in showing how Myers reign of terror effected Hadonfield (one quick but effective scene has a bunch of kids dressed as him for fun). Nevertheless, one of the best of the "Halloween" sequels, and a nice addition to the holiday rotation.
Skyler B (ca) wrote: The best musical about the Declaration ever filmed, and the only musical film I will ever endorse.
Mary S (jp) wrote: Kids won't stop watching the trailer. Gotta see it!
Kean Hooi T (kr) wrote: Certain formula is good and 13 is a return to root seeing Ocean's at its best.