Newly married to an older man, Julie returns to Vienna, where a razor wielding slasher is killing women. Jean, her cruel and sadistic former lover, immediately contacts her, certain that only he can satisfy her strange vice. But she rejects him. She also meets George, the handsome cousin of her friend Carol; both are newly rich, thanks to an uncle's death. Julie's husband Neil is away frequently, so George pours on the charm. Meanwhile, it seems that the slasher is now focused on Julie. Bodies pile up, other murders are barely avoided, and George invites her to go away with him. Can it end happily?
Ada D (br) wrote: Underworld: Rise of the Lycan's shows how this war began between Vampires and Lycan's. The story is thrilling and dark and it plays into Underworld one and two very well. The cast is great and CG and action scenes are surprisingly well done. It's a enjoyable film if you liked the previous films.
Jacob P (ag) wrote: Really really brutal. I think it tried to label itself as the Quebecois "crash", but it was just a B rate drama
Sean O (jp) wrote: great aussie movie, very funny
Caitlin L (ru) wrote: Great chemistry between the two of them.
Bryce J (es) wrote: This one grows more on me every time I see it until at this point I'm ready to declare it the high point of the Next Generation movies. First Contact is over-rated. This film, however, is completely original and engaging. It feels completely different from any of the others and I'm okay with that. The only thing I could do without is the painful Data comic relief stuff in the second half of the movie, which just feels out of place. One final note - the soundtrack for this one doesn't get enough love. The music is also a complete departure from any other Trek film and feels as fresh and enlivening as the movie itself. The main theme is particularly beautiful.
Jill S (kr) wrote: Hey... this we've bought this movie in every format it's been released in... and we've shown it to parents and all sorts of folks when 'there's nothing else on'.... everyone enjoys it. Not Oscar worthy, but a very good, watchable movie. Worthy of a look.
Just G (it) wrote: deffintatly one of those movies about "be careful what you wish for"
Amethyst v (kr) wrote: Controlling mother emotionally hampers her son's fom having successful relationships. The father fails to set a good role model so the son's fail in love.
Mark S (br) wrote: A Gripping Thriller with an All Star Cast
Marilee A (us) wrote: I Love this Movie.Miss Moffet changes the literacy of a reluctant Miner Town, & even some of the some of the Elders (who once opposed her) come to her to read & write.She changes Lives, Stone Hearts, & makes a mark on this Welsh Towns thinking & customs, & in particular one exceptional student.
Morgan S (us) wrote: Not what I was expecting. Truth be told I found it a bit disapointing. I just felt there could have been more comdey and less drama. And Ik that the drama is what makes this movie so funny, but somehow it just didnt feel right. It was off by about a quarter of an inch. All the leads are great of corse. I didnt really care for Spencer Tracy or his character though. And lets talk about how Jean Harlows Character gets totally ripped off and confused at the end. Sad. :( But all in all for one of those classics, you have to see it.