A woman goes back to the island where her parents were killed. They had been working on a cure for cancer and accidentally raised the dead by angering a voodoo priest. With the woman is a group of mercenaries and they meet up with some other researchers. They raise the dead again and all hell breaks loose
- Stars:Jeff Stryker, Candice Daly, Massimo Vanni, Jim Gaines, Don Wilson, Adrianne Joseph, Jim Moss, Nick Nicholson,
- Director:Claudio Fragasso,
- Writer:Rossella Drudi (screenplay), Rossella Drudi (story)
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After Death torrent reviews
(ru) wrote: Wow. If you are a true animal lover then this will affect you in a big way. I spent pretty much the entire film sobbing uncontrollably.
(us) wrote: I only watched the movie long enough to confirm he has a small dick. I mean, what normal to above average guy would really spend so much time and money on this?
(us) wrote: kampret! 2 jam dari hidup ane terbuang percuma.
(us) wrote: Doesn't quite gel as it should but still, it's Woody Allen's ode to Rome, a pleasurable watch.
(mx) wrote: Robogeisha is stupidly amazing! The fight scenes were so ridiculously hilarious, I can't help but love this movie. I think I was expectin it to be more of a horror movie than a comedy and I'm not really sure which it's meant to be, but the laughs were definitely there. The dialogue was so dumb at parts that I can't help but wonder if the subtitles were wrong at times, but I don't know. Either way, I loved this film and recommend it to anyone who's a fan of Japanese movies!
(it) wrote: From Hell is just cool. Forget the outrageous twist ending. It's based off a graphic novel so it has a right to be ridiculous. The Hughes Brothers have made a stylish, fun, super bloody thriller about Jack the Ripper.
(br) wrote: Barely a movie. Basically they were give more money to do what they always do.Edit: It's fun, but doesn't live up to the quality of the show.
(au) wrote: Movies about a play are difficult....this one is impossible.
(fr) wrote: Interesting for some odd performances from the likes of Nicolas Cage and Jim Carrey but it's a stupid story that is so predictable that it's difficult to wait for it all to happen.
(ru) wrote: Very atmospheric Hitchcockian Thriller with a guess who game that will drive you nuts as it seems so obvious and then you second guess the second guessing of the guess of guesses lol. Great little film
(nl) wrote: Entertainingly awful! I'm pretty sure this was conceived and produced under the influence of the strongest stuff you can find. Jane Fonda is SEXY!!!!!! !!!!!!!! And Barbarella is hardly a heroine. SHE.DOES.NOTHING! Even when she's in trouble, and you think she's going to finally act heroic, she cries for a man to come save her. Wow. Anti-feminism. In any case, it is colorful and interesting and a hilariously bad movie.
(au) wrote: ***Due to the recent RT changes that have basically ruined my past reviews, I am mostly only giving a rating rather than a full review.***
(au) wrote: An awkward piece of work with a lack of chemistry but a heavy dose of reality....I just did not enjoy myself, it certainly got better as the film developed.
(nl) wrote: How this spawned the beloved TV show is beyond me.
(mx) wrote: This movie called The help was directed by Tate Taylor and came out in 2011 in the United States of America. The lead actresses are Emma Stone as Eugenia Skeeter, Viola Davis as Aibileen Clark, Olivia Spencer as Minny Jackson and Bryce Dallas Howard as Hilly Holbrook."The Help" tells the story of two black maids called Aibileen and Minny, living in Jackson in the Mississippi in the sixties. They were working for white people like all the black maids in town. One day, a white woman who dedicated herself to writing and whose name was Eugenia Phelan, asked Aibileen to testify about her life as a maid to write a book. They both knew it was very dangerous because Aibileen could get killed and Eugenia could go to jail for making acquaintance. Miss Phelan also got a dozen of other black maids telling their stories to fulfill her project. They didn't expect the book to be a best-seller but indeed it was.The performances of the actors were just perfect. They had to act like the people in the sixties. They represented the black maids as very scared people but also intelligent and caring, loving and funny with the children of whom they were taking care. Miss Holbrook was nasty, racist without knowing she was, ignoring... while Miss Phelan was very helpful with the maids, clever, hard-working... It almost created a back in time.I think that the characters were believable: they managed to convey different emotions and atmospheres and it gave me the impression that I was in the movie just watching what was going on. The only things that were a little bit disturbing were the differences between the book and the movie. It doesn't matter if some scenes weren't represented in the movies because the film would have been too long but I think that the emotions of the maids were not enough perfected. For example, in the book, we know that it was very hard for the maids and especially Aibileen to talk about their lives in the book but in the movie she accepted Eugenia's request almost immediately.There is a great work on the cinematography of "The Help". There were all the types of camera angles (high angle shots, low angle shots,...), some tracking shots and static shots. The light is natural because it was shot outside and also artificial because of the lamps adding clarity on the set. The scenes are usually long so we get more information and there are many camera shots.The movie starts with a music which dates back to the sixties to convey a smooth atmosphere. All along the film, the soundtrack is slow and sad to underline the poor conditions of the Black population at that time. When it comes to the improvement of the black conditions, the director plays a fast-paced music. The movie finishes with a triumphant song called "the living proof" sung by Mary J. Blige. It illustrates the victory of the fight led by the blacks even if it suggested. The music accompanies the plot of the movie. The costumes are very important in the film because they are illustrative of the different social classes of the American society in the sixties. This masterpiece was released to denounce the racialism of most Americans during that period. To do so, they traced back the lives of black maids with everyday details to make the viewers experience the poor conditions of such a people. It is very convincing because the director makes the public share their ill-treatment. The thematic is relatively commonplace but the emotional aspect makes it original.This is my personal analysis but it is reflected in the different feelings experienced by the characters: we are switching from sadness to happiness going through melancholy, loneliness and hatred towards the white population. The subject is highly topical and can provide an efficient lesson to all the current xenophobia movements in the world.
(au) wrote: Best actor.best picture.
(ru) wrote: sad movie a good watch but do not need to see it twice
(es) wrote: pretty slow but not completely awful. starts out pretty good but just doesn't have the momentum to be consistently interesting, but the relationship between val kilmer and bobb'e thompson is kind of cool. i heard there is a better version of this film screened at sundance that i'd very much like to check out.
(es) wrote: For such a highly sought after film, this was horrible.