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Suwadith K (br) wrote: Top Class Tamil Movie! a Mass Film!Terra Hit!
Craig P (it) wrote: Acting was really bad with the exception of some funny lines by Allison Lane. Overall a good story and moved along decently...
Tim G (ag) wrote: Plot:Elizabeth "Betsy" Tannenbaum is a successful defense lawyer coming off a domestic violence case win when she is hired by reclusive and mysterious businessman Martin Darius to defend him against allegations that he murdered several women and a private investigator.This movie was actually pretty good for a Hallmark film. My only problem was trying to believe Brooke Shields as a successful defense lawyer. My movie history with Brooke were typically characters that were dumb as a stump.
Rachael S (fr) wrote: Frankie Avalon and Annette Funicello
Mike B (ru) wrote: James Woods never topped the performance he gave here.
Sean C (jp) wrote: It has to be seen to be believed. A true classic of trash cinema, complete with torture, sex, gore, Nazis, and all the things you would expect in hell. It is so over the top, that if you are offended I say get a life and sit back, because they don't make them like this anymore!
Steve M (de) wrote: Moon of the WolfStarring: David Janssen, Barbara Rush, Bradford Dillman, and Geoffrey LewisDirector: Daniel Petrie A small Louisanna town is terrorized by a string of brutal, savage murders. Sheriff Whitaker (Janssen) gradually comes to the realization that the murderer isn't quite human, and the trail leads to the front door of the town's leading citizens, Louise and Andrew Rodanthe (Rush and Dillman). But can such a thing as a werewolf really exist? "Moon of the Wolf" is a pretty straight-forward werewolf movie, complete with the skeptic initially saying "there isn't such a thing as werewolves", the fortune teller who sees doom for the next victims, the wealthy family with a history of strange illnesses, and a list of possible candidates for who the werewolf might be, thus lending a "who-dunnit" aspect to the film until the creature is revealed. Given that this was a made-for-TV movie that dates from the 1970s, it perhaps goes without saying that the werewolf (when is finally revealed) is in a less than impressive costume--but at least the director seemed to have realized this, and he tries to dwell on it as little of as he can, and he doesn't foolishly attempt any on-screen transformations that his budget doesn't allow for. So, the somewhat underwhelming werewolf doesn't harm the movie any. Where this film does stand out, however, is that it doesn't take the usual movie route and portray the smalltown Southerners as a bunch of moronic bigots, nor are the wealthy people shown as explotive racists. Instead, it shows a community where everyone works together... and interracial relationships happen and are accepted. In other words, the film gives a truer portrayal of a small town in the late 20th century than most movies bother to give us. And that keeps the movie in the "Fresh" category. The film also offers an interesting little tidbit: Lycanthropy can apparently be controlled with the right sort of medication, if taken in the right, timely doses. This is a small (but crucial) part of the plot, and it's the one semi-original thing that the movie brought to the table. "Moon of the Wolf" has a solid cast that give good performances, and a decent script that brings a couple of minor variations to what we're used to from this sort of movie. I believe lovers or werewolf films will probably enjoy it, but it's not a "must-see."
Tanner M (ru) wrote: An absolute Horror classic. The perfect "revenge" story. This movie has all the horror and suspense you could expect from a classic. The "Freaks" are amazing! It impresses me the things they can do. For example someone with no legs or arms can light a cigarette. Blows my mind! Also the ending was truly Horrific and awesome! I define fly recommend this to Horror lovers.
Chris G (de) wrote: Mixing comedy, horror, and action with very British themes, this movie delivers on all fronts by portraying an alien invasion being dealt with by common people instead of the government or military. A strong performance from Boyega and a strong soundtrack solidifies the film's cult status.
Mary C (mx) wrote: The one star is for the gorgeous interior and exterior locations. Otherwise if it was possible to bestow a negative number of starts, that is what would happen. Michael Caine was beyond bland, making the premise of the young woman falling for him totally absurd. It was painful to watch the actors going through the script, obviously hoping for "finis" to mercifully put an end to it.