Chick Magnet

Chick Magnet

When freeloader Phil is tossed out by the love of his life, Jen, he stays with two old friends who come upon a magic shirt that guarantees them sex with all the women they can handle. The three losers have their lives upended as Phil's friends pursue a daily diet of Maxim models and close encounters with Hollywood's hottest-but Phil schemes to use the shirt to win back Jen. And when an insane marine steals the shirt and threatens to use it on Jen, Phil's battle for her affections takes on dangerously high stakes. Chick Magnet makes it clear that the laws of attraction were made to be broken.

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Chick Magnet torrent reviews

Susan H (mx) wrote: Classic movie. I really enjoyed this Arnold movie it was fun.

steven p (es) wrote: I gave it 5 stars cause I love Asian hookers and Tijuana.

Tim M (us) wrote: Fun documentary with some great stories about the film industry. Should've discussed the benefits and drawbacks for screenwriters who direct their own material, though. Gets a bit long in the tooth.

Daniel P (au) wrote: Pretty damn good film. Review soon.

Harry G (us) wrote: better than I thought - more than just eye candy - although there was a lot of that...

Jason D (ca) wrote: This is one of Johnny To's best movie ever and it has its coolest fight scene mixed with emotion and adreanline...This is one of the classiest kung-fu of all time!

Leonard D (gb) wrote: I own a parrot, and this underrated film is very charming.

Alex r (us) wrote: Fourth film in this franchise of werewolf films is yet another boring affair. Established horror director John Hough (American Gothic) directs this film, but due to a poor script (as usual), the film goes nowhere. The results are wasted on-screen. Howling IV continues the trend of this franchise to create awful, pointless and unnecessary sequels to a classic horror film. With every sequel that has been produced in this series, the series has reached ultimate lows of mediocrity. This film though directed by a good horror director is total garbage. The film is a mess from start to finish and the cast here awful and add to that a poor plot, and you have yet another poor sequel. Since this is the fourth entry in The Howling franchise. You wonder why they're keeping making such poor sequels. These sequels are uninteresting, and this fourth entry is like every other film in the franchise that followed the original, it's a film with barely anything terrifying elements, and it doesn't do anything to thrill you. In fact, I was very bored watching this film, and I couldn't believe that this passed as a sequel to The Howling. I absolutely hated this film, and it has many flaws like the virtual absence of actual werewolves. If this is a werewolf film, you'd expect a bit more werewolf activity, right? This fourth film is yet another failed attempt at cashing in on a classic film, and it will once again disappoint fans of the original

Jack G (au) wrote: It's just too fucking bizarre to write-off, though I'm not so sure what the message is past 'We gotta rob banks and kill people cause the system is terrible!' Shelley Winters gives it her all though, as does Robert De Niro in a supporting role though, and some of Corman's direction (especially in the climax) is inspired, at least from him.

Paul S (jp) wrote: This has many good jokes and gags. I like Adam's performance in this one. I like the concept of the story, but I don't feel that it was well executed. John Turturro's performance stands out as very memorable and funny. Wynona's performance can best be described as phony. There's a certain giggly annoying way that lots of women act like, and I think it's positively phony. Some women act like normal people and don't do the phony giggly annoying thing, but not Wynona. I've seen her act more normally but not in this. This is pretty harsh, but she way over acted her role at many moments. It's so phony that it makes me realize that it's just a movie and I can't suspend in disbelief to enjoy it. I saw this a long time ago but couldn't remember any of it. I wanted to watch it again and I'm glad I did, but that is probably the last time. The last annoyance was getting sent the DVD with no widescreen format. I had to watch it in 4:3 which is totally LAME!

dude m (it) wrote: The "Amazing" Spider-man, a terrible reboot of the great trilogy of movies. The cast look nothing like they did in the originals and this is Spider-man 3 all over again going for a more edgy approach.