Julie Kohler is prevented from suicide by her mother. She leaves the town. She will track down, charm and kill five men who do not know her. What is her goal ? What is her purpose ? . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Bride Wore Black
Julie Kohler is prevented from suicide by her mother. She leaves the town. She will track down, charm and kill five men who do not know her. What is her goal ? What is her purpose?
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Brian S (mx) wrote: I'm surprised, this last installement isn't great at all, but it's actually watchable, unlike part 3,4 and 5, which were horrifying pieces of trash. It's the same low budget stuff I've previously seen, bad acting and terrible effects. Overall, it's still not a good movie, but it's not the worst out there. If you're a fan of the Wrong Turn franchise, this one is for you.
Sayantan C (jp) wrote: This film is cheap vulgure and just unbarable it is not funny at all and the plot is horrible this gives a bad idea to hollywood on what a hindi movie is
Melissa B (de) wrote: The documentary was a little dry, but the music was great. I admire the tenacity of Anderson and his efforts to improve the quality of life in the Favelas of Rio.
Sean H (it) wrote: Terrible acting and particularly lame plot.
Alaine B (mx) wrote: Unpleasantness about spies, terrorists/freedom fighters, and bystanders involved/uninvolved in spy moves. And Fay Grim and her family caught up into it all. One viewing was enough for me.
Eli L (ag) wrote: the acting and directing is very good, but the lousy script (as with most of gitai films) makes this a 3 stars only
Jessica H (mx) wrote: An ideal partnership, but the script needs a lot more then a flash brainstorm.
Jamie C (fr) wrote: Yet again I struggle to get into the film due to the lack of questions answered like how did he survive after Part 8? And what the Fuck is going on in this film? It makes no sense, The kills were boring yet again, The only bit I enjoyed was a cameo from Freddy Kruger helps drag Jason to hell, Friday 13th went all too supernatural and turned a franchise that was just about acceptable to absolute garbage with more plot holes than I've had hot dinners.
Nik M (mx) wrote: Akira is a film that starts on a wide scope and steadily grows into an even grander scale of existential philosophy, civilization, and the artistic reforms of creative thinking. This film demands the attention of the audience and challenges their values in social, political, and philosophical views. Iconic and unforgettable.
Naughtia N (br) wrote: I sat down to watch this movie because I thought it was The Good Shepherd movie with Matt Damon but I was wrong. But I decided to watch the movie anyway. This movie is about a priest (Slater) who believes that his fellow priest is innocent of the murder he's accused for. He starts cooperating eith a journalist in order to clear the priest's name. I wasn't all that amazed by this movie and it was a bit boring at times. Christian Slater's effort was the best thing about this movie.
Zo G (kr) wrote: I know all good actors prove it by playing a gay role at some point in their career but this one is before Russell Crowe was so famous. This is a great Australian film, I would say comedy but it is also a drama. It is a story of a wonderful father-son relationship, one which is honest and supportive. It touches on genes interestingly but is ultimately about love, the true family value.