In the not too distant future a secret government re-animation chemo-virus gets released into conservative Sartre, Nebraska and lands in an underground strip club. As the virus begins to spread, turning the strippers into "Super Zombie Strippers" the girls struggle with whether or not to conform to the new "fad" even if it means there's no turning back.
- Stars:Vin Diesel, Paul Walker, Jordana Brewster, Michelle Rodriguez, John Ortiz, Laz Alonso, Gal Gadot, Jack Conley, Shea Whigham, Liza Lapira, Sung Kang, Tego Calderon, Don Omar, Mirtha Michelle, Greg Cipes, Robert Englund, Roxy Saint, Penny Drake, Whitney Anderson, Jennifer Holland, Shamron Moore, Jeannette Sousa, Carmit Levité, Johnny Hawkes, Brad Milne, Zak Kilberg, Jen Alex, Jessica Custodio, Laura Bach,
- Director:Jay Lee,
- Writer:Jay Lee
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Zombie Strippers! torrent reviews
(es) wrote: Visually applealing. Terrible story telling and diologue. I'm guessing this movie was made in another country, and then they did a voice over in English and had to make up the story based on the images alone.... the story really is quite awful and poorly done. But my kid likes it due to the beautiful animation. Maybe watch it on mute, or write your own story.
(de) wrote: A really funny movie and entertaining... except that the story doesn't go anywhere at all.
(kr) wrote: A good follow up to Abracadabra-Doo.
(it) wrote: Heartfelt, charming, daring, original, disturbing, ultra-violent, and totally engrossing. There are several story-types that weave together very well, from a buddy comedy to a relationship drama, to a very dark revenge flick. The characters, played by all very unknown actors, are all very engaging regardless of their flaws. The very low-budget aspect of the camera work and film-making really adds some depth to it and focuses the story very well. Overall, some very brave and novel filmmaking, though not too sure what it was trying to say.
(jp) wrote: Mostly this movie just made me hungry. It was cute and pretty to look at for the first act. Wasn't able to find it cute or funny in the second act.
(es) wrote: Bloody bastard great film bastard!!!!
(mx) wrote: A highly entertaining film that makes good use of the suspense potential in the critical job performed by air traffic controllers. An outstanding cast and well written dialog gives the film a strong feel of verisimilitude.
(us) wrote: Many scenes were artful and some sequences were tastefully done. Somehow, however, I find myself put off by the awkward moments, the many inaccuracies, and the gradual fading of the other Beatles into the background. Stephen Dorff's was great, though, and Ian Hart's Lennon portrayal was pretty convincing.
(jp) wrote: Kinjite: Forbidden Subjects is a ludicrous and unpredictable guilty pleasure.
(kr) wrote: WHAT I LIKED: 'Octopussy' delicately, and rather excitingly sets up it's story really well thanks to plenty of exciting espionage elements and high stakes moments. It's rare when the first act is the most engaging, but it sure is here and this helps deliver one of the most exciting films of the Moore era. On top of that, the star delivers one of his less goofy appearances, which makes the whole thing even more enjoyable (though his age is really starting to become an issue...)WHAT I DIDN'T LIKE: It's well done, but the plot is a little over-complicated overall, and it does lead to a fairly over the top and ridiculous ending that will probably have you disengaged by the time it's over.VERDICT: 'Octopussy' is a whole lot better than it's name, and probably doesn't get enough credit because people just remember the OTT last act. It's good stuff, but it may have been time for Moore to go...
(us) wrote: Pretty good modern Western, based on a historic 700-mile horse race sponsored by a major newspaper around the turn of the century. Gene Hackman and James Coburn play old cowhands, former soldiers having served in Teddy Roosevelt's Rough Riders, but now fallen on hard times. Candice Bergen, Jan Michael Vincent and other assorted characters also compete for the purse. Director Richard Brooks adopts a no-nonsense and almost lyrical directorial style, allowing the story to take its time to unfold and reveal each character's flaws and motivations. Some beautifully shot set pieces highlight the beautiful horses seemingly pushed to the limits of their endurance - at times its hard to watch these fine animals worked so hard, but at least Hackman's character shows them some sympathy.
(ca) wrote: This film featuring the super-scientist Quatermass was Hammer's first international hit and moved the studio to do films in the sci-fi and horror genres.
(es) wrote: First of all, can I say I hate the term "mumblecore"? It doesn't evoke any of the feelings or words I think of when I see a movie like LOL or Quiet City.Anyway, even though I despise the term "mumblecore," I think this movie is kind of brilliant. It's beautifully sad in it's unassuming observations about...well, people like you and me. The emotions are true, the situations are real, there are no easy answers or even any closure, because that would be false. A terrific little movie and worthy of being seen, if not Swanberg's best.
(br) wrote: I must have watched this movie not too long after I returned from the Vietnam War. I simply don't remember my reaction at the time. Watching it now wasn't nearly as funny as many others seem to think it is. Making absurd jokes about the Army is one thing but treating the Christian religion with such contempt as this film does is not OK. I'm no women's libber but the excesses taken in the portrayal of military nurses seemed pretty disrespectful to me. I doubt I'll ever watch it again.
(us) wrote: Yikes. I just didn't care about anything going on in this movie. Nothing to see here.