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Adventures of Aladdin torrent reviews
Toby F (es) wrote: Better than sex. Not that I would know I'm 38 and never felt the affectionate touch of a woman. Not even my own mother
Candice J (us) wrote: If you watch this film, you won't be disappointed on its aesthetic alone. A snowy small town has never looked more beautiful. But, if you can manage to suspend yourself in the story you'll find that teenage wanting that you never really escape.
Ronald Neil B (jp) wrote: Watching it somehow reminds me of the feeling when I read the opening chapters of Norwegian Wood - gentle and dream-like. The Cave Singers and Amiina for the soundtrack are percfect. :)
Peter B (br) wrote: Vampire stories are not supposed to be this tame and dull.
victor l (ag) wrote: :rotten: [color=yellowgreen]Serial murder and travesties, what a history. A writer dresses as a travestie to publish red novels and earn million dollars![/color][color=#9acd32]A serial killer (Vosloo) is recorded by this writer when he murders a woman with a knife and takes it's bracelet. He forgives the writer's life because he likes the idea of being famous. He kills one girl in the same conditions and a travestie. Hahahahahaha. The police suspects the writer is the murderer.[/color][color=#9acd32][/color] [color=#9acd32]The writer decides to kill the assassin when he threatens to kill his mistress or wife. The police kill the writer but in the end, the writer publish the novel of the assassin and the serial killer appears in the presentation of his book. [/color][color=#9acd32][/color] [color=#9acd32]What kind of crap is this???.[/color]
Darren D (fr) wrote: This was a first rate thriller with Luke Goss.
Aniko V (es) wrote: I guess the subtelties don't go down very well with an American audience - but I loved the film for them. It's been a while since I last read the novel, but I remember it a little less genteel and forgiving than the film version was - though that might have been just myself at the time of reading being less genteel and less forgiving. It really well conveys the multiple levels of Woolfe's work, I think. And yes, it does indeed make a perfect pairing with The Hours.
Jason D (it) wrote: Classic Full Moon/Charles Band material, this time about killer mutated fetuses and such. Part 1 of the Jacqueline Lovell trilogy where this chick just goes apeshit with the sex and nudity!!! It helps that shes hot as balls.
Kevin S (ca) wrote: a cowboy named hogan rescues a prostitute pretending she is a nun from a bunch rapist. they both learn eventually what they both really are as he takes her to a camp where she will be safe. .A very good movie I thought. I thought Clint and Shirly made a good team. There were some good action scenes and there were some pretty funny scenes as well. Like when Clint ask her what she was like before she became a nun. LOL. This was a very enjoyable movie.
Jack N (de) wrote: A brilliant movie and is well done. Probably the best movie ever made in the 1960's.
Martyn M (us) wrote: One of the better Dracula films of the era of Hammer House. Terrific direction by Terence Fisher. Fine performances by Andrew Kier as the abott and, of course, the legend that made this part his, Christopher Lee.
Andrew M (ag) wrote: Bolt is inspiring and hilarious. The plot of the movie is great. Also, lets not forget the hit new hit song preformed in the credits by John Travolta and Miley Cyrus. I would suggest this movie.
Chucho F (ag) wrote: A fascinating, but very intimate look into one of the most fascinating people that ever lived.