Atom Age Vampire

Atom Age Vampire

Pierre breaks up with his dancer girlfriend Jeanette, who immediately gets her face mangled in a car accident. Only the mysterious Dr. Levin can save her face...but at what cost?

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:70 minutes
  • Release:2009
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:surrealism,  
  • Category:Animation
  • Stars:
  • Uploader:Itachi8x
  • Country:USA
  • Director:Scott Bateman
  • Writer:Scott Bateman (screenplay)

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Brad S (gb) wrote: First, the critics(Hollywood) clearly pan any movie by default that has God or Christianity as part of the film hence making their reviews invalid. I really enjoyed watching a movie where the characters stayed true to their convictions all the way through the movie. There was good chemistry between the Jake and his wife. A very good supporting cast. The music was surprisingly well done and prompted me to look at buying the soundtrack. After the movie was over I say back in slight amazement in how much I enjoyed it. Go out and rent it if you want to watch something that doesn't have the usual Hollywood fare of sex, drugs, violence and no plot.

Tabatha T (ca) wrote: VERY Funny.... if you need to laugh watch this.This is so stupid its funny, it kills me...... I love it.

Jane L (br) wrote: As a diehard fan of the original source material, I can safely say that RAMONA AND BEEZUS is a sweet retelling. True, it's a bit sugar coated and occasionally too sappy, but it's harmless enough and has a likable cast. Joey King turned in a fine performance as Ramona, and even Selena Gomez wasn't a bad (though not exactly ideal) Beezus. The two actresses had marvelous chemistry, and the supporting cast did as well. This movie could have been a lot better, but it could have also been worse (imagine if this was directed by the guy who made DIARY OF A WIMPY KID!). It's charming and harmless, and I certainly wouldn't dissuade anyone from seeing this film.

Nicholas S (ru) wrote: Oh please! Viewing this film should have a height restriction of 1m or less.

Jake L (ca) wrote: This is a classic of it's kind.The score is mesmerizing, and adds to the overall feel of the movie,which is funny, moving and memorable. There is something wrong with people if they only give this movie the score it has at the moment. It's far better than many movies rated much higher than it.

Robert W (ru) wrote: I love the series but the movie was a big stinker

Jake P (mx) wrote: The story doesn't always make total sense, but the visuals and the attitude more than make up for it. For fans of pure Japanese cinema, this is unmissable.

John Y (mx) wrote: Great cast, but nothing else.

Jay K (it) wrote: When you cast a nostalgic eye back over the excellent career of Cary Grant, the period in the 1940s where he made inoffensively bland comedies will never the highlight. The fact that he starred in 3 of the very best films made in this decade only serve to make the rest of them look that much less impressive. Every Girl Should Be Married is the epitome of the material he was working with during that time. The film must have been an anachronism almost upon release. It very much picks up the 'women just want to have a family and be a good housewife' baton and runs with it unapologetically down the street for 85-minutes cracking jokes about a man's reluctance to fall in love with a sociopathic stalker who won't take no for an answer. That said, it's still a fairly entertaining picture despite the lack of laughs, and Cary Grant is always worth watching. Betsy Drake is fairly over the top, trading her chemistry with Grant towards the end (they married in real life the following year) for her questionable talent in an up-and-down forgettable performance.

Sarah F (gb) wrote: I would like to see this, i think...