Call of the Blonde Goddess
Susan arrives in Haiti to live with her husband Jack, who lives with a lesbian housekeeper and Olga, a nymphomaniac platinum blonde, introduced to her as Jack's sister. Susan begins to have nightmares about voodoo ceremonies and murder.
- Stars:Muriel Montossé, Ada Tauler, Jack Taylor, Karine Gambier, Vítor Mendes, Ly Frey, Rita Moreno, Sandra Daenliker, Aida Gouveia,
- Director:Jesús Franco,
- Writer:Erwin C. Dietrich, Jesús Franco
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Call of the Blonde Goddess torrent reviews
(br) wrote: B (85%) movie. Blue-ray Disc. Great actions and entertaining!!
(br) wrote: Langweilige Zukunftsvision mit unzureichender schauspielerischer Leistung. Wenn es nur sieben verbleibende Menschen auf der Erde gib, sollte man wenigstens nicht an jeder Ecke die Filmcrew in Spiegelungen sehen. Furchtbar.
(it) wrote: I never read the book but the story felt really fresh and the acting was convincing. It's hard not to fall in love with Lohman and her innocence in the film. Michelle Pfeiffer was fantastic in this movie as well. I enjoyed it and would recommend it.
(de) wrote: Monday, October 4, 2010(1989) True BelieverDRAMA One of the stigmas most court shows as well as a lot of movies is that although they're well written and some are based on actual cases, sometimes viewers would want to see a lawyer that is down-to-earth as well! Especially this lawyer whose a chain and a pot smoker, because I have actually met lawyers that act like this and "curse" until they come to the court becoming all respectable and professional again! The stereotypical notion on films and on TV is that lawyers are "always" portrayed are respectable both on and off court which means they act like perfect gentlemen, on such films such as "Reversal of Fortune", "Witness To the Prosecution", "Perry Mason" and "Law and Order" and although those are great films and tv shows to watch, this stigma can also get a little tiring to see all the time as well. Here is one film that does not follow this silly trend because I believe some lawyers are also pot and chain smokers and curse like heck as well, no matter how good intentions there intentions are! I wish more movies or on HBO could display more lawyers act like this character brilliantly acted by James Woods as Eddie Dodd and his protoge played brilliantly by a young Robert Downey JR as Roger who is still a noble associate despite his indifferences with his mentor! To explain the plot of this film is too far- fetch except that it involves squeeling to prisoners, corruption, bickering lawyers, skinheads, betrayls, double crossings, reinactments, racism, mistaken identity's, coincidences, racial profile and deaths and without brilliant writing by Wesley Strick and the acting chops of James Woods that with each viewing for as long as this film's been around since 1989 is like another new experience for me wishing for a sequel or a lawyer that consists with this kind of magnitude! Upon my first viewing, the line that stood out the most quoted by James Woods - "Everybody is guilty!, everybody" As I had mentioned, saw this film three times already once every few years with each experience as a new one! I just wish I had given this film a higher rating except that the storyline is unbelievable but has to be seen to be believed!Must3.5 out of 4
(de) wrote: Cheesy and with plenty of stupid character moments but its very fun to watch. Lots of gore and some really memorable death scenes! The one thing I didn't really like is how they took away the mystery angle of who the killer is...so more or less you know every time someone's gonna get it.
(ag) wrote: An 80s-tastic movie about surfing. Pure, vintage 80s. If you hated the overly cheesy optimistic, montage, pop music driven style of many of these films, you'll hate this. But if you love it, revel!
(kr) wrote: Unless you're interested in tracing the history of Cannibal Holocaust or you're interested in seeing animal slaughter (sicko), then there's no real reason to watch this movie.That said, it's a pretty enjoyable, if not sickening jungle adventure movie with a shitty english dub, some pretty cinematography, a bunch of nudity, and the aforementioned animal slaughter. I mean, if you wanna get down to it, you see a pretty sickening game of snake vs. mongoose, a monkey's head gets sliced off by a sword (and then his "brains" are "eaten"), and a bunch of other animals get their heads slowly sawn off in the name of "tribal customs".This is all there to compare and contrast a "savage" society with a "humane" one, showing that the two are more alike than one would think.If this sounds familiar (it may not), it's because Mondo Cane did the same thing. This is sort of a fiction remake of that movie, and the template for which nastier films like Cannibal Holocaust and Cannibal Ferox would follow. If that's your thing, check this movie out. If not, then don't. I won't judge.
(ca) wrote: I love this movie!! My family watches it every year. So many good quotes.
(gb) wrote: Keanu Reeves delivers a rather stale performance this time around a the crooked cop Ludlow. Evans fares better as his partner, but none of the actors benefit off of the shallow script. The film is well-directed though; its one of the darker, grittier cop films I have seen and the plot is complex enough, perhaps a bit too confusing. Very dark and violent movie.
(ru) wrote: Nothing special.The script was originally going to be a sequel to Seven, thank fuck it isn't.