The Twins Effect

The Twins Effect

An evil Duke attempts to kill and collect the blood of a royal family of European vampires in order to become all powerful. The only surviving member of the family travels to Hong Kong, only to complicate his struggle by falling in love with a mortal girl who just happens to have a vampire hunter for a brother.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:107 minutes
  • Release:2003
  • Language:Cantonese
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:fight,   sword,   hero,  

It's a high-kicking battle on the dark side when an ace vampire slayer and his beautiful sidekicks wage the ultimate martial-arts showdown with one of the most dangerous of the undead. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Twins Effect torrent reviews

Marjorie T (it) wrote: Love Ti West films. Be warned; good film, but disturbing. If you are familiar with the story about Jim Jones and Jonestown, you will know what to expect.

Nick R (jp) wrote: Unusual CG animation in that it is not made by Disney, Pixar or even Aardman. Sadly, it demonstrates why the larger established animators are successful. The script is flat despite the best efforts of a large number of solid British actors to breath life into it. David Walliams comes closest in a role which channels Russell Grant. The narrative is largely predictable and harmless, with rather less saccharine than Disney would have applied. There is little by way of sub-plot to detain us. Disappointing.

Mikael K (jp) wrote: Catherine Breillat is one of the most interesting filmmakers of our times. Her films are rarely enjoyable to watch, and often it??s quite difficult to say what one should make of them, but the intensity and rawness of the work has resulted in some unforgettable movies. In ??Anatomy of Hell?? Breillat has adapted her own novel into just one of these extremely difficult but powerful movies. It??s a story about a self destructive woman and a deeply misogynistic gay man and their odd, semi sexual, sadomasochistic relationship. An interesting subject is handled in a way that kept me very much involved with the story. Breillat proves once again she can direct, and this I felt clearly even as the film was full of elements I didn??t like. The dialog is at times quite awful, making the whole film seem too obvious yet quite incomprehensible at the same time. I also had a bit of a problem with the way the film links male homosexuality with misogyny. Such an idea is far too simplifying and inaccurate to carry as a theme. It serves a purpose on the character level here, mirroring the woman??s views on masculinity, but is unnecessarily highlighted. At one point the man proudly declares his infinite relief due to the fact that he has ??become immune?? to the devious lures of the woman and ??her kind??. Ookay? The two characters feel very cold and distant, but their interaction really works here. This is very prominently felt in those many scenes where the woman is objectified in a total way. She seems almost an inanimate object handled by the man, but still it is somehow unquestionably clear that she is the one in control. Here Breillat??s imagery is at its most raw and merciless. Some aspects of it go beyond anything I??ve ever seen in pornography or in a way even art. This really shows the power of cinema, even though it might be a bit unclear what that power is being used here for.

Thomas T (gb) wrote: Entertaining? Funny? Yeah, Home Alone 3 decently works.

Muffin M (fr) wrote: In the year 2004 time travel is not only a reality it's an opportunity for criminals of the future to alter the past for profit and power. Max Walker (Jean-Claude Van Damme) is the toughest member of elite 'Time Enforcement Commission' which was created to enforce one simple rule: No One Goes Back.But Walker may have met his match with Senator McComb (Ron Silver) a corrupt ruthless politician who's determined to reinvent history get rich and buy his way into the White House. Walker's relentless pursuit leads him to the year 1994 where he is confronted by an even more powerful force: his past where his beautiful wife Melissa (Mia Sara) met her untimely death. Can Walker resist the impulse to change his own future and still battle an evil that threatens to rip apart the very fabric of time itself? also stars Bruce McGill, Gloria Reuben, Scott Bellis, John Schombing, Duncan Fraser and Ernie Jackson.directed by Peter Hyams.

Kristina K (ru) wrote: One of my childhood favorites.

Jerome S (ca) wrote: Diana Ross is amazing in this film (the Oscarr nomination was well deserved) as is Richard Pryor and Billy Dee Williams. An incredible supporting cast and beautiful music (the Billie Holiday classics as well as the Oscar nominated Michele Legrand score) round out this amazing debut of one of the most enduring talents of the entertainment industry.

Ana A (es) wrote: A movie shedding light on what it is like being a young star.

Ethan L (us) wrote: Two hours is too much time to sit through an anti-rom-com where only some of the jokes hit hard. They even have the part where half the party is writing an article, and that's as formulaic as you can get.