John Lewis, a programming genius, has it all- a beautiful wife and a child, a lavish home and he's on the brink of making it big after he finishes one last project, a CD-Rom Sex Game called Virtual Girl. However, things get complicated when a woman in a VR simulation becomes “real” and falls in love with the VR system creator.
- Stars:Charlie Curtis, Max Dixon, Miche Straube, Richard Gabai, Warren Draper, Cynthia Callendar, Scott Larson, Jeff Bowser, Kevin Isaacs, Robert Dorfmann, C. Paul Dempsey, Johnathan Gorman, Tom Forrest, Eniko Galfi, Kalani Freeman,
- Director:Richard Gabai,
- Writer:L.A. Maddox (screenwriter), Richard Gabai (screenwriter)
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Virtual Girl torrent reviews
(kr) wrote: Not bad although a tad on the dreary side.
(it) wrote: It's biggest flaw is being made as a comedy. Eventhough it has it's humorous moments, this film shines the most at it's character developement. The main characters Sara and Maria are interesting and compelling to watch.
(nl) wrote: Keanu "Botox" Reeves delivers his lines with all the emotional depth of a speak-your-weight machine, without ever once changing his expression. His wooden delivery drags a middling film into the depths of mediocrity. The upside is that everyone else shines in comparison, and the CGI effects are not bad for the era. It's watchable, but only just.
(es) wrote: Felt like an old school Tim Burton movie.
(br) wrote: Well, being a cycling fan, a Costner fan, and an 80's fan, I have to give this one a big thumbs up. I can't believe it's been out for 24 years and I am just now seeing it. Where have I been???
(fr) wrote: It wasn't his best work, but Richard Pryor still shines in this underrated comedy.
(au) wrote: Amusing Sci-Fi B-movie. Good to watch when hungover as there's so little to it. Will Smith good snark but can't pull off surly like Clint Eastwood, I'd still take this over Gran Torino.
(fr) wrote: It's attempting to build upon the same formula as Mamma Mia and it's done a pretty good job. The music is arguably better due to its 80's variety but the performance and choreography are just a little bit more low key. It's all very British and amateur, which is noticeable from the first few sentences spoken, but if you give it chance it does possess a good storyline and a number of catchy singalongs. At the risk of having an entire cast that aren't professional singers, they've sensibly enrolled Leona Lewis into the equation just to ensure some quality is guaranteed in the musical productions. To be fair though, they don't use her nearly enough. The script is taking off Mamma Mia too in the sense that a young girl is to be married, and she's invited her sister over to tell her the news. Only problem is is that little sis is in love with her fianc as its the guy she had a holiday romance with three years ago. Cheesy but fun! If you're a fan of power ballads then this is right up your street as you've got 'if I could turn back time', 'eternal flame', 'power of love', and 'it must have been love' but to name a few. I imagine it's gone relatively unnoticed due to its copycat concept and the fact that if you want a catchy movie then why have water when you can have wine in Mamma Mia. Having said that, this more than holds its own and despite being pretty girly in a big way, it does have the entertainment factor if you're ever experiencing a moment of weakness!