Candyman: Day of the Dead

Candyman: Day of the Dead

The Candyman returns to try to convince his female descendent, an artist, to join him as a legendary figure. To this end, he frames her for a series of hideous murders of her friends and associates so that she has nowhere else to turn to.

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Candyman: Day of the Dead torrent reviews

Nir E (jp) wrote: An intriguing rare peak into the culture of lies that the film suggests permeates a misogynistic society.

Lawrence B (de) wrote: Deliverance meets The Lord of the Flies (with a twist on Stand by Me) in Jacob Aaron Estes' effective drama that sees young Rory Culkin and friends embark on a canoe trip, with the intention of teaching bully Josh Peck a lesson, only for things to go horribly wrong. The influence of John Boorman's imposing thriller is clearly evident but strong performances (Peck particularly) from the youthful cast grant the film a voice and power of its own.

ray r (us) wrote: Wow, what a ridiculously shite movie.

Brian W (au) wrote: The Sunshine State is an OK film, but a let down when the cast is considered. I wanted to see it because of Edie Falco especially, but it was a waste of her talent. There was a point to it, but the whole film was belabored, it was drawn out, it's not something I'd run out and rent if I were you.

Robert I (nl) wrote: For better or worse, I really liked this film. Special props go to Scott Thompson. He needs to act more. James Caan = Really funny.

Mohammed A (es) wrote: The first movie was better than this

Maria D (us) wrote: Not a movie for everyone but one that Peckinpah fans will appreciate as there is no talent lost here.Warren Oats stars as the main character seeking the head of a man who seduced the daughter of a wealthy mexican willing to pay one million dollars.Gruesome and filled with sickly revolting detail, obsessed by violence Peckinpah delivers a stomach churning film with psychoanalysis.

Tim K (es) wrote: I don't know how to rate this movie stars one to five. At least not without adding a big question mark to it. A film that must have challanged the crew's endurance and continued to do so with the viewer. There is a brilliant dialog and depth - never pushed or dramatically shown. A clean and sharp dialog as I'm used to with Herzogs films. The film impressed me in the field of hard work - actually floating on real rafts in a large river. Highly interesting, sometimes challenging to watch but the thing that surprised me the most is that I kept thinking about this movie for a long time after watching it.

Zachary S (gb) wrote: Easily one of Robin Williams' best, if not his best, performances. Balance of drama and comedy is perfect in this Vietnam War film classic

Private U (mx) wrote: I really enjoyed Harris' book. The movie adaptation has some major differences but it was a good movie after all. Also, there are not many alternate history movies out there. I wish that was made into a big blockbuster.