Baby Yaga, Devil Witch
A photographer finds herself falling under the spell of a witch.
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Jayne C (nl) wrote: A bit like Blair Witch film with a strange ending....
Thomas J (de) wrote: So rubbish. waste of my time
Guilherme V (gb) wrote: WHAT A PIECE OF S**T
Kimberly W (it) wrote: I actually really liked this movie! Usually the sequels aren't as good as the first one and this movie was lacking some of the good stuff from the original but overall I thought they did a good job!
Tony L (gb) wrote: In the ultimate game of cat and mouse our antagonist finds the luck and fortune only few have! This tell of infidelity and cover ups will tap many emotions. I challenge anyone to watch and resist the urge to yell WTF at your TV when the credits roll.
Rob P (kr) wrote: An interesting and creepy story, that pretty much shows how wrong cloning is. I wasn't too thrilled about the ending, but otherwise it was pretty good!
Kevan B (ag) wrote: The first film for Liu Ye who gives a brilliant performance. This film is touching and gentle - go see it!
Julia A (au) wrote: amazing photography and facinating story
Benjamin N (ag) wrote: its a spike lee joint, what can i say
Alex P (gb) wrote: Okay, for whatever reason Dolph Lundgren never caught on in this country as an action star the way Schwarzeneggar or Stallone or even Seagal or Van Damme did. But if he had, mark my words, we'd look back on this film as a minor classic of the genre. This is a fantastic action film (if you overlook some choppy editing at points), but it verges on great movie, as well. Not imaginative, mind you, just well written, well filmed, and not terribly acted (with the notable exception of Tiny Lister, who is just atrocious). I am a fan of Dolph's. Have been since he tried to break Rocky and refused to bow down to Skeletor. His acting improved with each film (he's certainly better than Seagal or Van Damme) and at least he tried to get rid of his foreigh accent (something Schwarzeneggar never attempted). You should really check this out if you're a fan of the now forgotten sub-genre of Reagan era action films--you know, where the hero fights for the American way and blows up the bad guys because dammit, it's just the right thing to do. The film was released after that genre had fizzled out, if this had come out in '84 instead of '94, I think we'd hold it up along side stuff like Commando and Rambo II. As it is now, I doubt if it's even carried at your local Blockbuster. A damn shame, if you ask me.
Zaar D (mx) wrote: mini-dinosaurs, alive and kickin in 90s...someone shoot me
Alexander C (es) wrote: Get shot in the head and become a better person. This 1991 Mike Nichols (Wolf) film stars Harrison Ford as a big-shot cold-hearted lawyer who gets a bullet in his brain during a holdup.
Alex K (ru) wrote: My Favorite Musical Film Is 1952's Singin' In The Rain.
Trey L (ca) wrote: My rating will likely not apply for most other people - but I am an unapologetic fan of both 70s cop movies and John Wayne. This, like McQ from a year earlier, is Wayne's attempt to do his version of Dirty Harry and Bullitt. The plot is fairly simple - Lt. Brannigan is sent to England with extradition papers for a Chicago crime boss hiding in London. The cast, however, is great - Wayne does his John Wayne thing, Richard Attenborough is his opposite number at Scotland Yard, and John Vernon is the crime boss. This movie has little time for or interest in character development, but it's still enjoyable for what it is. Be sure to watch for what, in my opinion, is one of the best bar brawl scenes ever committed to film.