Candyman: Farewell to the Flesh

Candyman: Farewell to the Flesh

The Candyman moves on to New Orleans and starts his horrific murders once more. This time, his intended victim is a school teacher. Her father was killed by the Candyman, and brother wrongly accused of the murders.

In this blood-soaked horror movie, the Candyman arrives in New Orleans and sets his sights on a young woman whose family was ruined by the immortal killer years before. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Jacob B (fr) wrote: Not really sure what to say about this one. I've only read one of the books in James Patterson's bestselling books excluding the spirtiual successors I Funny and I Even Funnier. Some jokes hit, others didn't. It seems to have a pinch of Diary of a Wimpy Kid added to it which isn't necessarily a bad thing. Newcomer Griffin Gluck actually did a pretty great job inhabiting the role of Rafe Khatchadorian and the visual presentation of the animation which comes to life in Rafe's imagination is actually pretty good. While this is perhaps more entertaining for fans of the books, it's worth it for tweens and young teens to make it through these scholastic years. Decent-ish at best.

javier l (es) wrote: an actor from two and a half men

Dean W (ag) wrote: Creepy kids, bizarre blind minsterous teens. Gun blasts to the head, tendons ripped out. Loved it.

Emmett C (es) wrote: This was an interesting movie with good performances.

Victoria N (it) wrote: If you liked the Legally Blonde films, it doesn't mean you'll like this. It's rather nauseating, and suffers from the absence of Reese Witherspoon.

Betty S (mx) wrote: different, but pretty good

Jim M (nl) wrote: an interesting movie about Vlad the impaler

Cynthia S (ru) wrote: Typical fare that critics love to love, and I just don't relate to.

Dane P (kr) wrote: After a very VERY slow start. Fanny and Alexander gets interesting...VERY INTERESTING it gets soooooooooo deep with its messages! Oh gosh!! This has some of the best scenes ever shot!! Not to much a personal favorite because the beginning was so slow (even though the 3 hour cut is abridged it should have been 2 and a half hours just because) and Fanny over a course of 3 hours barely gets a line XD The acting is great, the set design is amazing, the message is incredibly interesting to think about. Its just a great movie just don't walk out after the first half cause the second half is really something special.

Toni S (ca) wrote: Seemed better on first viewing. Still rather good and it's aging fairly well.

Brett H (au) wrote: Horridly stale and lifeless origin story of one of the greatest cinematic villains to grace the screen. The actor they chose to play young Hannibal is a fucking joke and is the farthest thing from giving a worthy performance. The film is also painfully dull and clocking in at just under two hours is the real menace here. The event that starts his rampage in the beginning is insanely disturbing and there is one good kill with a knife, but this is a film that simply did not need to happen.

Henry M (us) wrote: Just wasn't for me. None of the characters are especially likable and the premise is just kind of dumb for lack of a better word.

Edmund C (jp) wrote: So enjoyable to watch films featuring Canadian funnyman Seth Rogen and his buddies! Fellow countryman Jay Baruchel is also onboard, and so are Jonah Hill, Paul Rudd and Jason Segel (guaranteed fun!), along with Katherine Heigl and director Judd Apatow's wife, Leslie Mann :)

Johnny T (au) wrote: The fact that there's a movie called Snakes on a Plane is a small miracle. The bigger miracle is that Ellis's hugely engaging popcorn flick is nearly as much fun as the movie that was already running in our heads. Why is this movie so watchable? Four simple reasons. It's truly funny. It's truly scary. It's truly gruesome. And Samuel L. Jackson is the cool head who prevails ("You stick with me, you live"). Hilariously funny, full of fang-popping scares, and guaranteed to increase travel by train. Snakes was the most exuberantly trashy delight of this summer movie season or last. Has the thinnest imaginable premise (see the title) and yet manages to be more fun than most big-budget summer blockbusters. A solid little B-movie arriving cloaked in the dodgy garb of a fanboy phenomenon, Snakes on a Plane really ought to garner some sort of award for truth in advertising: It's exactly what it says it is and very little else. The movie plays to every expectation the viewer might have -- the more absurd, the better. In this regard, it doesn't miss a trick. A movie called Snakes on a Plane had better be one of two things: So bad it's good or so good it's great. Darned if it isn't a little bit of both. Truly, this is the greatest movie about snakes on a plane ever made so far! Snakes on a Plane is pure escapist fun and absolutely nothing more. VERDICT: "High-Quality Stuff" - [Positive Reaction] This is a rating to a movie I view as very entertaining and well made, and definitely worth paying the full price at a theatre to see or own on DVD. It is not perfect, but it is definitely excellent. (Films that are rated 3.5 or 4 stars)

Leighton P (es) wrote: A pretty decent ghost story/morality tale, with some unusually dark themes for the era. Not particularly polished, but not particularly bad. Great for a beery Friday or Saturday night.

Agustn S (kr) wrote: Atonement is a solid, touching and expertly-crafted drama, thanks to its impressive production values (its cinematography and score are superb) and excellent performances, particularly from Ronan and McAvoy.