Sweden: Heaven and Hell
Edmund Purdom narrates a pseudo-documentary about sexuality in Sweden. It shows contraceptives for teen girls, lesbian nightclubs, wife swapping, porno movies, biker gangs, and Walpurgis Night celebrations. It also examines Sweden's purported drug, drinking and suicide problems. It features the original appearance of Piero Umiliani's nonsense song "Mah Nà Mah Nà" which was later popularized by Jim Henson.
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Sweden: Heaven and Hell torrent reviews
(kr) wrote: It's as good as any other dance movies.
(kr) wrote: Sex, American Teenagers and drugs place these riff raff into the gutter. The photography portrays a sterility as are the actions in this shock film, that is trying to copy the European format for realistic brutish. The roguish viciousness of the drug induced slaughter of the teens in this film gives a thrilling concept that will have your heart stopped in its beating. Nibbles: Corn on the Cob.
(kr) wrote: A bit of a mixed bag in that it has the makings for a smart political thriller, but manages only to be an interesting history lesson, and never particularly thrilling. The acting is okay overall, especially in the face of some obvious script decencies. The set pieces and world building were impressive, the Taiwan in this film feels real and gritty, something many films set abroad lack. The geopolitical backdrop is much more interesting than the actual plot line itself, but all in all a serviceable mystery/thriller.
(au) wrote: Blechh. Nothing to see here, move on, move on...
(mx) wrote: Has borrowed a lot from some other movies like Carrie & ... But it's entertaining
(au) wrote: Tim Story directed his film debut with Barbershop, which is a really great movie that is actually his best film in my opinion. I was wondering what plot they are going to put in that connects with the title, and the story the filmmakers out in is really good and small which I'm glad they didn't put in some big plot that doesn't even need to be grand. The acting is really good, and the writing is well written. The beginning was a little bit rough in terms of the humor which some of them were something that I could've laugh at, but I didn't, but it gets better and funnier when the movie keeps going. It has got a lot of heart, and a bunch of enjoyable characters. Barbershop is not really what I expected to be, but then again, I wouldn't know what they were gonna go with this, and I'm glad I came in with no expectation.
(it) wrote: i understand the premise of a bully/victim relationship continuing in adulthood. but this isn't that good of a movie. rick moranis is the only appeal to this movie.
(ru) wrote: Nowhere else will you find a sexually addicted bunny afraid he's contracted a deadly venereal disease, a self conscious hippo suspicious her husband has a mistress, an adulterer walrus in the middle of a drug deal with violent ends, and a perverted rat with a fetish for big utters shooting pornography in the attic of a muppet like theater, all on just before the opening night of this playhouse's premier onto television. It's disgusting, downright disturbing, freakishly demented, and undeniably offensive, but I can't say I wasn't laughing through the entire thing.
(gb) wrote: It doesn't take itself too seriously and a kid can watch it. Good Saturday afternoon fare. At least this Roger Corman movie doesn't have a scene with a woman being raped by a giant caterpillar.
(nl) wrote: Although it took its liberties from the original novel, and Christopher Lee doesn't throw much dialogue, Horror of Dracula is a solid stand alone that marks Hammer as a powerful horror trademark.
(us) wrote: A los 10 minutos ya te tiene atrapado, y tiene planos preciosos... pero se nota su claro origen teatral y se hace algo monotona dada su duracion. No es un gran problema, pero tiene su peso.