Set in a post apocalyptic world where vampires named for Greek gods, and witches rule. It is a classic vampire story with some real twists: The plot centers around a male vampire named Eros who falls in love with a human named Samuel. Eros wants to "save" Samuel and make him a vampire, but Eros evil vampire lover, Dionysus has other ideas. Matters are complicated by Eros' sister/lover, Persephone, an ambiguous Bookkeeper and three witches, who know secrets of the universe and The Laws Of Eternity.A deep tale of decadence,erotica and Major stylized horror themes,shot around surreal and post apocalyptic sets on one hand and lavish,dark Gothic atmospheres on the other.
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Cam D (us) wrote: It repeats some problems of the first Equestria Girls by having story elements that generally come across as cliche and the animation still isn't that much of a step-up from the show's but the writing and humor are much better (including better foreground and background references for fans of the show), character interactions are better, the new villain characters are more interesting (and even have humorous moments) and the songs are much more plentiful and catchier. And while the story is still cliche and predictable, it comes across as much more entertaining than the first movie's. The movie also redeems the character Sunset Shimmer, that was introduced as a rather bland villain in the last movie, by giving her an interesting character arc where she seeks redemption for her past wrong-doings while still feeling insecure about herself and what others think of her; this is the best part of the movie and probably makes Sunset the most relatable, interesting and likable character of the bunch. In general, while it occasionally suffers from some obvious toy promotion on Hasbro's part (as per usual for the company), this movie is way better than the first one and is sure to be entertaining to fans of the show both young and old.
Ela T (nl) wrote: Italian movie delicate and sensitive; despite the situations of family dramas, it is not sad at all. Four adorable ladies.
Pavandeep S (us) wrote: Intriguing film, the socks bit scared the hell outta me.
Bill K (es) wrote: If you like watching teens getting stoned, dealing with tragedy, and trying to figure out the meaning of life this is the movie for you. Its a time piece commenting on life in the late 1970's. A very well rounded film, slightly predictable but in the way that all time piece films are. Nearing Grace, is highly entertaining, its not a must see film, but this gem will warm your heart and tease your mind.
Rachel S (ag) wrote: I've seen the movie and it's ok.
Harold R (br) wrote: Subject matter is a solid 3 but the visuals and cinematography are a solid 5.
Liliana C (kr) wrote: An open window to the intimate world of an orthodox Hasidic community in Israel. As it is expected, within this patriarchal community, women are second class citizens, whose only purpose is to serve their husbands by having as many sons as possible. The story is largely shown with the eyes of women who try to resist as much as they can, religious rules picked out of the Torah. While women are not allowed to read the Torah, they suspect there must be an alternative interpretation to the limited rules prescribed for them.
Matthew D (ru) wrote: As someone that doesnt believe in Heaven, I still love this movie. It sucks you in and takes you away to another world. You will cry.
Jimmy F (kr) wrote: Loved it as a kid. Good times. =)
Jaime R (gb) wrote: One of my top ten favourite documentaries of all time.
Justin D (ag) wrote: This is one of the most amazing movies I've ever seen. INTENSE! Brilliantly executed. I would love to watch it again.
Augustine H (es) wrote: The best wlll be its spirit: endurance and courage towards hardship. The most intriguing scene is the one about tornado. The KKK part is furious to watch either. The other will be the acting: not only Sally Field gave one of the greatest performances, but John Malkovich was also great for his screen debut. The ending is somehow sad since the social harmony seems still far away......
Daniela C (de) wrote: This movie was insano and riddled with incest and tons of violence. There was some social commentary that really stuck with me though and Robert De Niro as a misunderstood druggie rapist was was pretty great. Kate Barker may have been a criminal, sexually abusive psychopath but she lived her life the way she wanted to, free from social norms constraints (with gory results). A cautionary tale perhaps? I am still mulling this over.