Dr. Jekyll & Mistress Hyde

Dr. Jekyll & Mistress Hyde

Dr. Jackie Stevenson is a Los Angeles based therapist and scientist who tries to invent a serum to separate the pure from the lustful side of the female psychosis. After she has an unsuccessful experiment with a female client named Martine, which drove her patient to insanity and to a mental hospital, Jackie tries part of the serum on herself and becomes her lustful alter ego Heidi Hyde; a voracious lesbian who prowls the streets of L.A. after dark looking for carnal pleasures.

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Jana S (it) wrote: i must say this movie is TERRIBLE. So terrible I love it!!

rickey w (de) wrote: is really really good it shows just what can happen

Shawn S (ag) wrote: This stand-up special is pretty funny, particularly the last ten minutes.

Simon D (ru) wrote: I can't believe that this wasn't a documentary, at least if it were, then there would be an excuse for it being so boring. You wait the length of the whole film for something to happen and it doesn't. I don't see the point of this film at all.

Kari A (de) wrote: This is an interesting movie in deed. Gale Harold's performance is so intense and amazing. I found the story of these four brothers disturbing but yet fascinating. Great actors!

Nadim K (gb) wrote: Those British movies are simply amazing, I like their movie style which is different from Hollywood movies (in a better way)...

William T (ru) wrote: Dogville depicts the happenings of a humble little American town, of the same name, when a troubled newcomer stumbles into town and begins to stir its residents out of their comfort zone. It is the first movie in director Lars Von Trier's USA: Land of Opportunities series that follows a woman named Grace, portrayed here by Nicole Kidman, as she moves through America experiencing its history and culture. Here, she has somewhat of a backwards Cinderella story as Von Trier strips the idea of a small American town down to its bare essentials.The entire film takes place in a black box on a sound stage where the buildings and locations of the town are outlined in chalk on the floor, like a life size map with minimal props around to sell the idea that this is where these citizens live. It's strange for a fully fledged film, but it doesn't take long to get used to, as the story and characters are enticing enough to fill in the gaps for a suspension of belief. Before long, you won't even notice that walls don't hide anything from anyone and the mine at the edge of town isn't just a series of wooden arches.With a background that is mostly black, the cinematography is pretty limited to a few interesting lighting effects and pulling focus to the actors at hand. It seems that it would be very fun and freeing for an actor to be able to work with an ensemble cast on a project like this. The ensemble is so filled with great actors that there are too many to name them all, but the chemistry among them is smooth, fitting them together like pieces of a complete puzzle. They all get their moments to shine within the stories that intertwine these households together.Dogville is somehow a convincing combination of several mediums, film, the stage and prose, that could have gone horribly wrong. All three of these mediums have different ways of telling the same story that need to be taken into account when adapting from one to the other, but here, they all work separately and simultaneously together without becoming a jumbled mess. This is like a filmed production of a stage show playing out the actions read from a novel, with John Hurts as the voice of God narrating the actions, thoughts, backgrounds and feelings of all of the characters, which sounds a bit much but actually ends up being simple and lovely.Though it does still tread that balance of realism and fantasy, this is very different for a film from Lars Von Trier. It is much less involved and simple, in a way, but that lends itself to how Von Trier may be perceiving America, a place the director hasn't really experienced first hand, and it's people who have long been critically harsh and at odds with him. Even still, Dogville manages to be yet another bitter and thought provoking look at life and the struggles we experience.

Brian B (nl) wrote: Classic Don Knotts. Not quite as well-known as his other movies, but decent quality.

Jon T (ca) wrote: A fun and unique heist movie with a twist beginning that, unfortunately, is given away by Flixster's synopsis of the film. So avoid reading that before watching if you can. My only problem is I don't believe the love story in this. It's completely perfunctory.

Katie S (it) wrote: Joe Pesci where have you been?

Aragorn K (jp) wrote: The story is mildly interesting, but the creative choice to make the mother an unlikable character makes those who watch White Bird in a Blizzard less interested in the movie than Shailene Woodley's character is in finding her own mother while off at Berkeley.