In present-day Moscow ghosts of three little girls killed by their insane mother randomly pick a person to watch over for a three days. If during this "probation period" person's moral standards appear not to be high enough The Daughters then kill him using telekinesis.
- Stars:Ekaterina Shcheglova, Mikhail Dementyev, Nikita Emshanov, Darya Charusha, Artyom Semakin, Ravshana Kurkova, Mikhail Efimov, Ivan Volkov, Elena Morozova, Irina Brazgovka, Olga Bondareva, Yelizaveta Stishova, Pyotr Rytov, Irina Fatkina, Dmitriy Sergin,
- Director:Pavel Ruminov,
- Writer:Pavel Ruminov
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Dead Daughters torrent reviews
(us) wrote: Similar to Devil's Backbone, but much sadder and darker. More of a ghost story than a horror but it will leave you in tears at the end :)
(ca) wrote: Spawned from the well-received television series 'The New Batman Adventures' (1997-1999), this plays out like a competent who-is-it mystery movie and has enough going for it to reach a broad audience. Nicely animated, directed, and performed, this often overlooked entry into the diverse Batman universe is a thoroughly entertaining feature.
(nl) wrote: Want to see the rest of this! Saw first half hour on Sky but missed the rest! Anyone have the DVD I can borrow? ;-)
(jp) wrote: The only redeeming part of this movie is Christian Bale. All of the other actors are awful. I love and value the story, but I found myself laughing at how poorly the film was made.
(mx) wrote: This a B-grade comedy. It's goofy and nothing too spectacular... BUT! There is one scene that is utterly hilarious that makes this worth watching. The scene where the students buy a cadaver to study on and the mayhem that follows for the next several minutes is worth the price of the rental.
(ca) wrote: Remember the "Simpsons" Halloween episode that ended with Mr. Burns' head being sewn next to Homer's head on top of his body? Well, that was clearly inspired by this movie, though it's rare to find a case where the parody is actually a lot less silly than the real thing. The special effects here aren't exactly stellar, as they clearly have the two actors standing side-by-side in an extra-large bodysuit, giving off the impression that the head transplant has somehow made the host body grow twice as big! And while this starts out as a horror film (complete with a sequence where Rick Baker terrorizes the town in a less-than-convincing two-headed gorilla suit), it inexplicably becomes a chase movie halfway through, complete with a LOT of scenes of bumbling cops crashing their police cars. However, in the film's defense, it mostly plays this absurd material for laughs, making it a good deal of fun; this may be a LONG way from his Oscar-winning role in "The Lost Weekend", but Ray Milland is clearly having a ball playing the role of a grumpy bigot who's horrified to find his head transplanted onto the body of a colored man.
(fr) wrote: 68% "The frogs are thinking now. The snails are planning strategy, is that your point?"-Jason "Grandpa" Crockett (Ray Milland) Swamp creatures do Mother Nature's dirty work, on a small scale of course. Sam Elliott, before he found himself.
(gb) wrote: Zulu is a breathtaking epic about courageous British soldiers who hold their small fort from 4000 zulu warriors. There's beautiful landscapes and about 90 % battle, and 10% character development. There's no political statements or romantic subplots to dog down this film, just pure battle and adventure.
(ag) wrote: So great. So far I'm 3 for 3 with Anthony Mann, 1 for 3 with Ford.
(ca) wrote: Robert Downey Jr. lives Iron Man - maybe the comic character was simply made for him. Amazing start from the Marvel universe with great humor, action and a good story arc.
(ru) wrote: While the teenage actors show (almost) excessive amounts of appropriate emotions, the adult actors seem stoic and statuesque. Every plot point in this movie seems to be intensely overtly conventional, but every scene in this movie is as effective at getting under your skin as any King or Craven film. Some will look at these contradictions, most will probably, and see the film as a mess. But Da Ca$hman saw in these contradictions a very interesting and meta allegory for the contrast of love and murder in this film. To love is to be so incredibly emotional and to show empathy, but to murder is to have no emotions and show no empathy. Love will most likely blossom in teenage years, and hate, the fuel for murder, will most likely blossom in adult years. But if you're not going to be convinced this is deep in any way, shape or form, you'll still highly appreciate this movie if you're a slasher buff, or just an 80s baby in general.
(ag) wrote: "Quiz Show" provides interesting insight into the Twenty One quiz show scandal that occurred in the 1950's. Director Robert Redford's recreation dramatizes these events and preserves the simplicity of this time period for the next generation. We have seen a renaissance of game shows thanks to the "Who Wants To Be A Millionaire" phenomenon and the subsequent rise of reality-based programming, but "Quiz Show" captures the fascination with trivia and knowledge in pre-Google America. It also transports us into a time of morality where the idea of a reality show being scripted or rigged was foreign to trusting audiences. The film itself moves fairly slow but it builds enough curiosity about the story's resolution that we anxiously anticipate the ending. The best part of this film is John Turturro. He often plays character roles which makes him perfect as Herb Stempel. It would be easy to look like a bad actor in this purposely mundane role but Turturro's unique voice and appearance make the character interesting while the delivery is appropriately boring. Ironically, Ralph Fiennes plays a slightly more interesting character but his delivery comes off as boring. Rob Morrow brings the necessary energy to the detective role to advance the film and Christopher McDonald has the right look to be a game show host. The film earned several Oscar nominations including Best Picture and Best Supporting Actor for Paul Scofield, though the latter is more likely based on his reputation than his actual performance. Overall, I don't see "Quiz Show" as a film worthy to be represented at the Oscars but I appreciate the story and the preservation of this important television scandal.