Call Her Savage
Sexy Texas gal storms her way through life, brawling and boozing until her luck runs out, forcing her to learn the errors of her ways.
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Valria V (ru) wrote: A thriller - horror smooth with Ron Perlman great.
Armando B (nl) wrote: First of all this review has nothing to do with my star rating, I liked the film because the way they interpret "Twilight"...I know it doesn't makes any sense but hang in there with me...I'm not a "Twilight" fan so I have to say this movie was good. The girl playing Becca plays Kristen so well. It mixes "Twilight" and "New Moon" very well. Spoof movies have gutter pretty bad lately but this one was kind of good, and stupid at the same time. So I hope you understand my review between the star rating and my review of the movie.
Danielle K (mx) wrote: Whilst the idea behind the film had great promise, watching the film feels like a weak Wes Anderson imitation. The strong cast is let down by the quirky for quirky's sake feel of the movie which is unfortunate as underneath all the Anderson homage is a sweet story and sympathetic characters.
Bryan K (ca) wrote: Better than the remake.
Nick H (br) wrote: A timeless Miiki film. Yakuza, a Hemaphrodite, and rivaling highschool kids. Words can not discribe how good this movie was just see for yourself!
Eric B (gb) wrote: Another cracker from Pedro Almodovar. Rossy de Palma is brilliant.
Tre Bluey O (ca) wrote: Um...has anyone seen the dog lately?
Peter F (gb) wrote: One of Miyazaki's most imaginative and adventurous films, Nausicaa of the Valley of the Wind is an early classic for the great anime director. Exhibiting world-building that would be emulated by countless other animes and video games (namely Final Fantasy), the film is largely influential, even if its animation may seem a bit dated by today's standards. Also, while the storyline may be severely condensed from that of the manga's, it manages to be rousing and epic throughout, and never once feels forced. It may fall a bit short of Miyazaki's true masterpieces, but it's a seminal film that's presence can be felt both in Miyazaki's filmography, as well as that of other Japanese animators.
Andrew B (ca) wrote: There's something that just felt off throughout the whole movie. It wasn't necessarily pacing, but more like all the scenes just sort of moved from one to the next without the characters or me caring about what was happening. Maybe I just dont understand the 80's punk lifestyle but the Emilio Estevez seems more bored than angry throughout the movie. Listen to any interview with Henry Rollins or Jello Biafra and you'll see what I mean, I dont know maybe I'm just missing the point of some of the stylistic choices..Anyways the music can be pretty great at times, and the extremely tongue in cheek satire is appreciated.
Jody H (gb) wrote: saw it when i was a kid awesome movie loved it as a 10 year old