A gang of tough London gangsters get more than they bargained for when a group of businessmen make an offer to buy their club, the Inferno. They turn out to be nothing less than Vampires wanting their land back and turn viciously on the gangsters when their demands are not met.
- Stars:Larry Adler, Bobbie Arnstein, Joan Baez, Janet Montgomery, Dexter Fletcher, Jason Flemyng, Danny Dyer, Steven Berkoff, Craig Fairbrass, Andrew Tiernan, Lisa McAllister, Dave Legeno, Billy Murray, Ian Virgo, Lucinda Rhodes-Flaherty, Elly Fairman, Ciaran Griffiths, Roland Manookian,
- Director:Steven Lawson,
- Writer:Ben Shillito, Steven Lawson (story), Nick Onsloe (story), Jonathan Sothcott (story), Garry Charles (based on an idea by)
In London, A gang sells a club at bargain. As a result, A group of businessmen who are vampires turns into homeless, so they stand up to fight with gangsters. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(kr) wrote: This movie is horrible. The pacing is uneven, the plot and characters underdeveloped and the acting mediocre at best. The ensemble scenes feel forced as if the cast didn't like each other. Very weird. As if all that wasn't bad enough, the treatment of the very common issues associated with marriage and affairs is ridiculous. This movie was clearly done by people who have no experience with affairs or by people who have dealt with them by retreating into a fantasy land. The ending is not only ludicrous, it is offensive to anyone who feels any identification with a betrayed spouse and/or an affair partner. If this movie was otherwise succeeding as a Rom-Com, then they might have been able to get away with it. But it is neither entertaining or instructive.
(nl) wrote: 150327: Sit back, relax and enjoy some simple action.
(mx) wrote: A really sweet love story about not knowing what you have until it's nearly too late! Panettiere was gorgeous as always and convincingly portrayed a light bubbly teenager who always looks on the bright side. A great film.
(ag) wrote: Vivimos en un mundo de realidades alternas, es decir, en un mundo lleno de mentiras.. y de algunas, quizas las mas importantes, no alcanzamos nunca a vernos la cara de incautos... afortunados?
(fr) wrote: Ben Affleck and Gwyneth Paltrow aren't exactly two of my favourite actors out there. Not even close. But then I read what the movie was about, and on paper it was supposed to be a homerun. Movies with these type of storylines usually recieve between four - four and a half - stars. At least from me. But now I realise that a good storyline isn't the only thing that makes a good movie. When I started watching the movie I realised that it was rather slow and difficult to get into it so my grade went from four stars to three. That was when I thought the slowness would only last for the first ten minutes, and then it would get better. Sadly this movie never got better. It never became easy to watch it. It was a struggle to sit through it from the beginning until the very end. Eventually three stars turned into two. The final and absolute grade of the movie. The storyline was a homerun. But the combination of bad acting, terrible chemistry and the lack of a good script made this movie into one big belly-flop.
(br) wrote: BAD BAD BAD BAD BAD MOVIE
(jp) wrote: Now follow me with this, I'm going to try to be as brief as I can, but the reason I'm giving this movie such an average, but higher than average rating, is because I am going to give the filmmakers the benefit of the doubt that they are more clever then a lot of people consider them. Silent Night, Deadly Night 2 to be understood completely you need to watch the first movie, understand the fallout from what happened when the movie was released and surrounding it; this is one of the movies that is responsible for the slasher movie genre declining in the 1980s, and then watch this one with an understanding that they just wanted a retouch of the first movie. Which is why the first 40 minutes of this nearly 100 minute movie is the cliff notes of the first movie and the last 60 minutes is devoted to the main character of the original Billy's brother Ricky and his over the top, scenery chewing, overly emotional facial features and acting. Understanding the fall out of him growing up with knowing what happened to his parents and his brother. This movie, at least the second half, is the film makers severely tongue-in-cheek approach to how the first film was treated and just going all out with the sequel. There are a couple scenes in this movie that are internet sensations and if you quote, "Garbage Day!" with over emoting eyebrows to anyone who has seen this movie or knows about that scene in particular you will get a chuckle every time. I laughed so hard at several scenes and was blown away by some of the scenes, and how clever they were or its just me over analyzing. I recommend this to anyone who is a fan of slasher movies, like to watch so bad they're good movies, or just curious with pop culture and how society has dealt with slasher films and how filmmakers can approach that and deal with that in their own special and creative way.
(es) wrote: Such a great, but sad movie !
(au) wrote: Some fun kills at the end, Michael J Fix, and one great line reading ("You suburbanite!") aren't enough to make it a good watch.
(ca) wrote: From the first time I saw this film, I was in love with it. I still remember thinking "I wish I had an Auntie Mame" after I first saw it. I still wish that, but I'd settle for being her friend.Roz Russell is absolutely perfect as Mame. Forrest Tucker's all-to-brief appearance is delightful. And Peggy Cass as Agnes Gooch is hysterical. This is one of my small handful of Must-See-Every-Holiday-Season films which include "It's a Wonderful Life", "Miracle on 34th St.", and Alistair Sim's "Scrooge".
(ca) wrote: Date Night is far from being the hilarious comedy it should be, but it's still fun. I mean, a comedy with Steve Carell and Tina Fey as the leads? How could you not enjoy this?!
(gb) wrote: This is that shit right here, this is that shit!!
(br) wrote: With Chris Tucker gone, Next Friday is a complete step down from the original film and has a messy plot, or lack thereof, that falls apart by the third act, but it benefits from hilarious supporting characters that make up for its short comings.