This story is set in the "in-between" time of a girl's life, when she is no longer a child and not yet a woman. We open with our heroine, Maeve, putting on her new snow white bra, and stepping out into the world as a young woman. She has an obsession with breasts and bras and can't help but stare at other girls and women, even the head nun doesn't escape her gaze. Otherwise, her world revolves around her three friends, Ruth, Claire and Orla, who are more experienced in the ways of the world. They wear bras already (except Claire the feminist) and they've all had boyfriends. The new bra is a start but they really hope Maeve can find a fella, even offering kissing lessons to prepare her. What no one expects, least of all Maeve, is that she should snare the local sixteen-year old heartthrob. Maeve is so smitten with him that she lets her friends down when they need her the most...
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Pim C (kr) wrote: Very well made but ultimately for me too boring period drama/thriller, quite low key and slow paced, if you're into 80's Germany spy story then definitely check it out. Expect a slow film between an undercover agent and the lives of the police who are watching him. The man watching him gets too attached to the spies he is following.
Emma d (jp) wrote: A true feminist movie!
AZ D (ca) wrote: Stunning visual effects could not help this movie with the terrible acting and WTF! ending. A dissapointing manga to screen film that could have laid off the CGI when it came to the demons. It seems most movies of these genre are overusing CGI and not taking the time to bring monsters to life with the "old skool" make up and special effects. All this technology does is facilitate the mass-production of crap on a budget! Unless you're a die hard fan of the manga and anime of this title I recommend you pass on this one!
Madhu C (de) wrote: Quite insightful....A must watch!
F B (nl) wrote: Quite dated but good old enjoyable 80's film with simple story and plenty of simple action and adventure.
Robert B (ag) wrote: Blacula (William Crain, 1972)[originally posted 16Apr2001]How many wonderfully bad films did Sam Arkoff give the public? (According to IMDB, a hundred thirty-nine.) This one was right smack dab in the middle, the first big-screen feature for a rising star named William Crain, who went on to be a big name in TV episode directing (The Dukes of Hazzard, Starsky and Hutch, et al.). How wrong can you go with a film whose trailer exclaimed "he's Dracula's soul brother!"?Not too far, as it turns out. This is a wild and wonderful piece of pure camp. An African prince, Mawatunde (William Marshall) and his wife Luva (Vonetta McGee) are sent to Europe in 1780 to protest the slave trade, and they appeal to a certain count in transylvania. Mawatunde gets offended when Dracula lusts after his wife publicly and... well, you can guess the rest of that part. Mawatunde is awakened almost two hundred years later after he's been transported to LA by a couple of ultra-hep antiques dealers, where-surprise of surprises-he comes across the reincarnation of his wife!Priceless stuff. You can't make comedy this funny. *** 1/2
Private U (de) wrote: Personally, I love this movie more than any other Marx brothers movie (although Animal Crackers comes in at a close second). I think a lot of that is because this film is so a-typical for their act. It wasn't just 'more of the same'. And, at times, it seems like the Brothers take a back-seat to the character of Leo Davis. This wouldn't have worked if Davis wasn't so well written and portrayed.
Christopher P (gb) wrote: Not bad for a fourth film in a franchise. I was very skeptical of a pg13 Die Hard but it had an interesting plot at least.
Austin A (it) wrote: Adam tried too hard to be funny but wasnt. Predictable storyline. Very boring.