Cloak & Shag Her
Secret agent April Flower and her earnest if hapless sidekick Basil time-travel from London in 1969 to 2019 in pursuit of their nemesis, the evil Dr. Mean. The beautiful but evil Dr. Mean intends to take over the world by means of a love potion that causes all who take it to immediately plunge into total sexual promiscuity.
Secret agent April Flower and her earnest if hapless sidekick Basil time-travel from London in 1969 to 2019 in pursuit of their nemesis, the evil Dr. Mean. The beautiful but evil Dr. Mean ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Cloak & Shag Her torrent reviews
(br) wrote: Interesting! What you think is not what what is. Action and mystery.
(us) wrote: Everybody who disliked this movie is simply wrong.
(br) wrote: Third time was definitely not the charm for the Ninja Turtles franchise. While at least they use their weapons occasionally unlike the second movie and the ancient Japan timeframe was interesting a combination of inferior puppet work than its predecessors and absolutely terrible jokes even for a kids movie make this one outright poor. It comes across more like a direct to video movie even though it was released in the theater. Amazing the turtles franchise survived it
(de) wrote: I thought it was fun and original. Warwick Davis as The Leprechaun really is a scary little fellow and shares some brutal death scenes all the while making funny cracks about his victims' demises.
(us) wrote: The Age of Reason is unmasked as a sham of class exploitation and cruelty in this striking gothic horror from producer Val Lewton. Bedlam is seen as a heterotopia in which the insanities of its era, all of the injustices and abuses by the upper classes, are concentrated and then addressed, avenged and reformed. Karloff is the keeper of the madhouse, a cruel and bitter man but one whose cruelty and bitterness is clearly the result of the class system. The film gets a bit slow at times, but there's enough intriguing and quirky material to make for a thought-provoking viewing experience. Certain moments, like the madman in the final crazed "trial" of Karloff who repeats "I am King Soloman the wise - cut him in two". They say that madness is an access of reason, and here that argument is conclusively proven.
(nl) wrote: Escape is acceptable and heart-touching, making it one of the more decent three-quels to any original movie.