Bride of the Gorilla

Bride of the Gorilla

The owner of a plantation in the jungle marries a beautiful woman. Shortly afterward, he is plagued by a strange voodoo curse which transforms him into a gorilla. But is his transformation real or is it all in his head?

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Bride of the Gorilla torrent reviews

Per B (nl) wrote: A must see documentary on Netflix.

Brett H (fr) wrote: A watered down (pun intended) new-age shark movie that aims to capitalize on the recent success of, Piranha 3D and yet drops the ball in pretty much every way; most notably with a wimpy, PG-13 rating. The story is basic enough with a sort-of, pseudo mash-up of Deep Blue Sea and Friday The 13th mainly with the comparisons that it's teens heading to a cabin and most of the shark special effects are frickin terrible. The cast is all young, beautiful people with Sara Paxton and Joel Moore being the highlights and there's a brief, but welcome supporting role from Donal Logue. The big problem here is the toned-down violence and after wading through stock characters and so-so dialogue, there is no rewarding gore or T&A, and believe me, it gets old seeing people pulled underwater by "something", QUICK. I also take issue with the title, since most of the movie takes place during the day, but whatever. All in all a watchable, shark movie that could've been a lot worse, and manages to surpass the age-old phrase, "jumping the shark", by jumping a freaking jet-ski!

Jamie C (de) wrote: omg i dont care that everyone hates this movie it is the best in the whole univers!!!!

Tessa P (au) wrote: This was featured at the Cleveland International Film Fest when I worked there year before last and I didn't get a chance to see it. But BOY am I glad I waited, but I was blown away.

Damian J (es) wrote: Watch Bionicle 2, 3, 1 then The Legend Reborn in that order so things make a little more sense. I enjoyed all four films, even though they featured more talking than action

Adam R (gb) wrote: criminally underrated

Frdric H (de) wrote: The Story is well told and very interesting but the problem was the acting by Craig Sheffer which was pretty weak !

Sue B (br) wrote: Loved this movie it was beautifully set in Italian village. Great movie Liv Tyler at her best.

Naughtia N (fr) wrote: I've seen this movie many times when I was younger. Its about this troubled girl whose life takes a drastic change when she finds this pet monkey. She hides the monkey in her room so her parents won't know. When she discovers that this monkey has been trained to be a thief by a gypsy she tries to train the monkey to stop stealing. When the gypsy wants the monkey back, she tries everything to keep the monkey from him. This is a very good family movie.

Donna F (gb) wrote: Christine Lahti steals the movie.

Anthony V (es) wrote: An interesting study on the hazards of adopting a moral code.

Marco F (au) wrote: One of the greatest war films I've ever seen. A melancholy, deep and honest depiction of desperate people in a dark period of history. This is an indisputable masterpiece from the great French filmmaker Jean-Pierre Melville.

n o (au) wrote: Awesome social drama from the times of silent film. The scene on the park bench is a work of ART on its own.

Martin S (de) wrote: New York + Bruce Willis is a foolproof combination.

Steve A (de) wrote: The normally reclusive Robert Crumb is remarkably candid in this documentary, which gives fascinating insight as to what inspired his bizarre and depraved comics.

Eric C (ag) wrote: reminiscent of Fargo.