Sam loves scary movies, especially the ones with Dracula. This year, instead of writing to Santa for Christmas, Sam writes to Dracula, telling Dracula that he wants to be a real vampire on Halloween this year. Sam is in for quite a surprise as the most famous of all vampires himself responds, in this fun and fanciful romp through a young boy's imagination, drawn in an engaging style that will delight young and old alike!
- Stars:Ray Liotta, Emilio Estevez, Ariel Winter, Isaac Wilson, Troy Baker, Nathan Gamble, Matthew Lillard, Yuri Lowenthal, Marion Ross, Tara Strong,
- Director:Chad Van De Keere,
- Writer:Brad Birch
Dracula has a great opportunity to try his brand new skills at the neighborhood Halloween party, where he realizes that self-confidence is enough to make him as scary as he ever was. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Dear Dracula torrent reviews
(kr) wrote: So accurate to real life!!! I'm in high school, and almost the exact same thing happens to a lot of kids I know. People get called names all the time on the internet, and it can be completely life ruining. Aside from blocking mean people, deleting negative comments, laughing off insults, deleting social media accounts that attract trolls, not responding to bullies, avoiding use of the internet, and closing the computer, there is nothing a person can do to escape cyberbullying. I can relate to Taylor. When I was 15, I accepted a friend request from an anonymous stranger, and he called me a slut. It really hurt my feelings, so I tried to kill myself, but my mom came home before I could figure out how to open the box of razorblades. Taylor's experience with cyberbullying reminds me that my struggle is legitimate. Words really can hurt. That's why I'm joining the fight against cyberbullying. I call my senator every day to ask him to make laws preventing people from hurting other people's feelings on the internet. These regulations on the first amendment can save millions of lives.
(gb) wrote: It seemed like they just didn't know what to do with the story.
(it) wrote: Very interesting. The 3D was impressive but for those above the age of 12 it kind of lost its effect part way through.
(gb) wrote: Kind of slow at first but once you get into the 4 guy's stories it becomes more interesting.
(mx) wrote: Mimic 3 was made by a director who tried far too hard to make an art-house horror film and completely missed the point as to why the original two were such good fun.The plot is a complete rip-off of Alfred Hitchcocks Rear Window, we have 24 year old man who is confined to his bedroom as he once suffered from the infamous Stricklers decise, the reason the Judas Breed cockroaches were created. He spend shis time looking out his window at the neighbours and taking pictures of them. He stumbles across some murders which we find out are commited by the Giant Judas Breed cockroaches so himself, his sister and his girlfriend try to save the way. Numerous scenes are lifted directly from rear window but that isn't the real issue, the main issue is how a director could think that such a slow moving film would be a good addition to a B-Movie series that was full of action and gore? It's painfully slow at the beginning and then ends just as it's getting started. Plenty of plot holes and implausibilities exists which brings the whole experience down even more.Decent action and the occasional good effects shot can't make up for the utter boredom of watching Mimic 3
(br) wrote: I found it to be liken some kind o' "alice in wonderland" type o' trip through the experience o' an assassin that was bound by the principles o' loyalty. Quite the fine viewing for an individual seekin' something slightly deviant from the run o' the mill.
(fr) wrote: aamir can do nything . .
(us) wrote: I just LOVE this movie. I think it's about the greatest college comedy ever. Some say that particular distinction belongs to "Animal House" but I must confess I saw that movie and just didn't get into it. Wrong generation, I guess. What I love about PCU is the way it satirizes everything about the post-modern university where so much stuff is is overly-intellectualized: like the president saying that "I think bisexual Asian studies should have its own room but the question is, who goes? The math department, or the hockey team? I think hockey." Yet, the film also illustrates the fervent ANTI-intellectualism and anarchic behavior. I'll never forget Jeremy Piven's famous line, "You can major in Game-Boy if you know how to bullshit!" My personal favorite scene is when Jeremy Piven says "If you don't want to do this party thing, there is one other option: we all get jobs." and Megan Ward chirps, "I'll party." I even love this film for all the little details right down the Womynists and their armpit hair. Truly, this movie just doesn't miss a trick. I've seen the commentary for this film and Jeremy Piven mentioned that it was his only lead role and it (sadly) bombed at the box office. However, he also mentioned it made some money in rentals and sales and over time has grown into a cult classic. One other thing: I don't care what people say, this movie is way better than "Old School" any day. The way that Snoop Dogg just appeared at a party in old school is not only ridiculous, but it's an obvious rip-off of this film when George Clinton shows up at the pit. Clinton's appearance in "PCU" struck me as comically plausible (the result of bad navigation on a tour bus and a PIT member at the right place at the right time.) However, Snoop Dogg's appearance is "Old School" is an unexplained and superfluous part of the film which was obviously put in just to make the movie look cool. Due to its lack of contextualization, however, it strikes me as silly. Also, I find Snoop Dogg pretty repulsive anyway. However, I once met George Clinton when I was living in Tallahassee and we talked about this film. That was neat.
(nl) wrote: Staci Keanan gives a charming performance as the title character. Some fine acting is displayed when a red-faced and panic ridden Lisa is hiding in the back of Richard's car with Richard driving and unaware of her presence. There is a noticeable blooper involving Richard's license number but other than that, this movie was alright.
(mx) wrote: an unsharpened knife
(jp) wrote: A TRUE DISNEY CLASSIC. The best of all time!!!!!
(fr) wrote: Everything you've heard about "Skidoo" is true, especially if you heard it was really dull. Why don't more movies sing their ending credits? Oh, right, because it's a terrible idea.
(de) wrote: For years, I read again and again that this movie would disappoint me, that it was a waste of talent, that it was badly fictionalized, et cetera. What a load of hooey! The dialog is crisp and rings true, the musical numbers are full to the brim with pep and style, and the performances are nothing short of masterful! If you like music, Broadway, and old-fashioned musical brilliance, then this is the movie for you. I hate to sound like an advertisement, but you'll laugh, you'll cry, you'll sing along, you'll dance in your seat! This is movie is not to be mistaken for a masterpiece, despite all of this. It is a very standard musical for the period and for the MGM style -- but that's the best!