All the Real Girls

All the Real Girls

In a small North Carolina town, Paul, a womanizer, meets Noel, a confused intellectual returning home for the first time in years since she left for boarding school. The film depicts the typical romance of a good girl and a bad boy, in an interesting way.

Small-town love story of a young man with a reputation for womanizing and his best friend's sister. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


All the Real Girls torrent reviews

(jp) wrote: Does a disservice to Vienna, does a disservice to humanity.

Mark M (es) wrote: Clever "documentary" about horror films that blurs the line between spectator and participant.

Michelle D (de) wrote: Flawed but nostalgic take on a boy's coming of age and coming to terms with growing up.

Hina A (it) wrote: this was a masterful movie that didn't get enough credit for being clever

Eric N (gb) wrote: Good movie but..something about it felt half-assed. Questionable choices & bad editing (or is it directing?) weaken the pleasant but lacking plot. This is the exact point that Star Trek lost its mainstream appeal. Sometimes the stars align, but this one was a slight bungling in all areas. Not that bad of a flick but nearer the bottom of the series when compared to 2, 4, 6, 8 and 10 as everyone does.

Dr F P (it) wrote: OH! the ending is SO sad! Well if you LOVE William Marshall as Blacula! Although it is a Blaxploitation movie it doesn't FEEL too much like one. There's no real comparison i guess. He's got some strange facial hair that's for sure, the 70s did weird things to people. It's not the greatest movie of all time but it's pretty funny in places, also the women don't just randomly get naked which is kind of refreshing. The story is pretty basic but it seems they didn't really play this for laughs; the acting is really good. DID YA KNOW this guy is the king of cartoons on pee-wee's playhouse? HOW COOL! I think Blacula offers something interesting and it isn't what you expect off bat.

Jason D (it) wrote: Scream, Blacula, Scream is the sequel to the original 70's blaxploitation cult classic Blacula about a wayward voodoo priest, Willis (Richard Lawson), who loses out on a promotion in the voodoo ranks and vows revenge on his clan by resurrecting the evil Blacula (William Marshall) to do his bidding, but such is not the case as Blacula quickly makes Willis his bitch and begins sucking the blood of several jive ass turkeys along the way, thus building an army of the cursed. The real treat here is Marshall who takes his Blacula role VERY seriously and makes this film actually very enjoyable, especially with all of the wit and charm you would expect from a smooth, black bloodsucker. Pam Grier plays Willis' rival voodoo priestess, whom Blacula needs to end his curse, but it's up to her boyfriend (Don Mitchell) to try and slay the bloodsucker. Pam Grier plays pretty much against type (from what I've seen out of her catalog) given a very female-in-distress performance rather than her usual no-nonsense tough as nails kinda chick, which is interesting to see (though I think I prefer her as the latter). Overall, if you get past the several corny 70's moments, this actually turns out to be a pretty decent vampire movie, especially given Marshall's performance, who is just so damn charming. Here's the real surprise: Scream Blacula Scream is slightly better than the first film!