Blade finds himself alone surrounded by enemies, fighting an up hill battle with the vampire nation and now humans. He joins forces with a group of vampire hunters whom call themselves the Nightstalkers. The vampire nation awakens the king of vampires Dracula from his slumber with intentions of using his primitive blood to become day-walkers. On the other side is Blade and his team manifesting a virus that could wipe out the vampire race once and for all. In the end the two sides will collide and only one will come out victorious, a battle between the ultimate vampire whom never knew defeat, facing off against the greatest vampire slayer. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Ryan C (mx) wrote: Fantastic! It's about time someone makes a film showing how backwards our current healthcare (sickcare) system truly is. It only makes sense to go from least to most invasive, not the other way around. Hopefully this film will help people realize that most chiropractors are holistic, vitalistic, doctors that will help you get to the cause of you problems not just cover them up. I think this film did a good job of recognizing that medical doctors are important in a crisis situation, however when it comes to making people healthy... medicine is not the answer.
Mark James A (ru) wrote: This is just a second-rate revenge comedy, but its plot is very appealing and there's still few laughs here to be appreciate.
Jerry F (jp) wrote: I presume that the producer and / or director of these Transporter movies are big fans of Bruce Lee ? But the 'exact copy' of Bruce's fights using Jason Stratham are 'unconvincing' and a 'joke' ! What a waste...!
Cora M (ag) wrote: absoultley HORRIBLE.
Rahul B (jp) wrote: Sometimes reminded me of Kiarostami with his minimalist approach ... all in all a good watch...
tania m (mx) wrote: Very psycotic, twisted and convoluted. Wood remains a great actress, and here is another eample of how she can hold it together with style. It was wickedly funny at times and got you thinking of how some one can get away with nearly anything if they just put emotion aside. Good script, but some of the quipy teen dialogue goes a bit too far. At one point it just gets a little too dark and dreary. But the overall performance and story overshadows this part. But Wood overshadows the rest of the cast. I know she is the intended lead, but there is almost no variation to other characters, only when she is manipulating or deceiving others do they dip their heads out from underneath the almost too thick plot, only to sink back down again. But it wasn't bad at all. Made me feel all femme fatal and convoluted, I was wringing my hands for days afterwards.
Horace L (us) wrote: Inspirationally perfect food for the artistic soul.
Anna Q (nl) wrote: I loved this movie. I don't remember why, but I did. I didn't have very good taste as a child.
Byron B (us) wrote: The garden is IDYLLIC. Giorgio (Capolicchio) is from a middle class Jewish Italian family. He has the pleasure of spending some leisurely time inside the gates of an upper class Jewish family's property. Micol (Sanda) and Alberto (Berger) Finzi Contini, sister and brother, play tennis, ride bikes and talk about politics with their young friends. Bruno (Testi) is also there though he is not Jewish. It is the late 1930's. Giorgio observes as Italian laws in his town begin restricting the rights of Jews. His father (Valli) doesn't think that the Fascists in Italy will let the treatment of the Jews get as bad as the Nazis in Germany have. But Giorgio sees things spiraling out of control, the situation getting ready to fall like the seasonal fall leaves captured in the opening credits. Giorgio and his younger brother may not be able to finish their college education. Meanwhile Alberto gets sick with pneumonia, or is it some other mysterious disease. Micol flirts with and teases Giorgio and Bruno. Giorgio falls in love, but Micol keeps him at a distance. Perhaps it is their class difference or the fact that because the Finzi-Continis have lived such a privileged life they hardly consider themselves Jewish anymore. Maybe Micol's attraction to Bruno is an effort to blend in with the Aryan, non-Jewish, population. Sadly, very few escape history. The movie starts with lots of sunshine and the pristine white preppy clothes of the young adults as well as the spotless condition of the interior of the Finzi-Contini mansion. By the end we see many more drab grays. Yet the movie keeps reminding the audience to look up toward the tree tops and the sun in hope.
Hartwig H (fr) wrote: Sehr gute sterreichische Doku!
Daniel K (es) wrote: 1.5: Hmm. I was prompted to watch these by an article in The New Yorker that I read a year or two ago. I wasn't expecting them to be outstanding, but I was expecting something better than this. I have now seen essentially every Charlie Chan film, or at least all that were made between 1931 and 1947 (29 films). What struck me most is that these really have more in common with a television show than a feature film. Each film is essentially the same except for the "location." I guess it makes sense as they serve essentially the same purpose. One can essentially watch every film on auto-pilot comfortable in the knowledge that one knows exactly which characters will pop up and that everything will be satisfactorily resolved in the end. They are "C" picture at best. Sidney Toler is pretty good; Warner Toland is somewhat acceptable; and the other two one picture no-names are either inconsequential or awful. It is rather ludicrous that they didn't allow an actual Asian actor to play the role, but the portrayal of African-American's is much more heinous. They certainly pale in comparison to just about every other detective picture/TV series I've ever seen. None of the films rate an individual review so this will have to suffice for all 29.
Lauren B (us) wrote: This is an okay movie. The acting performances were the best parts. The story itself, is good if you keep an open mind.