When Dracula leaves the captive Jonathan Harker and Transylvania for London in search of Mina Harker -- the spitting image of Dracula's long-dead wife, Elisabeta -- obsessed vampire hunter Dr. Van Helsing sets out to end the madness.

This version of Dracula is closely based on Bram Stoker's classic novel of the same name. A young lawyer (Jonathan Harker) is assigned to a gloomy village in the mists of eastern Europe. He is captured and imprisoned by the undead vampire Dracula, who travels to London, inspired by a photograph of Harker's betrothed, Mina Murray. In Britain, Dracula begins a reign of seduction and terror, draining the life from Mina's closest friend, Lucy Westenra. Lucy's friends gather together to try to drive Dracula away. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Vipul J (gb) wrote: If lost and found was Bollywood's formula in 1980s, it is FRIENDSHIP and YOUTH this decade. So, it is back with its latest offering FUKREY which symbolizes most of today's youth who are hell bent on shortcut to fame without thinking about the risk of shame. Practically, it's time to get nostalgic about our youth days when we could fly without wing and cruise like a sea king.Fukrey explores the life of 4 youths of Delhi who differ in their personalities but have a common denominator-''earning loads of easy money''. The first half of the movie is consumed in revving up the comic engine as it establishes the ensemble cast(their backgrounds, dreams, motives for earning money etc) and exploring Old Delhi while the second half is a full blown comic ride based out of foundation laid in the former part.I wont spill the beans of the story but provide a brief of the plot. Hunny(Pulkit Samrat, seen in Bittoo Boss) and Choocha(Varun Sharma) eyes their admission into Delhi's ''Maal''daar college(read girls); Lalli, 'A-sardaar' (Manjot Singh; pun intended) wishes to take admission in second year of that same college out of correspondence course of first year and Zafar(Ali Fazal; a struggling musician) is seen whiling his time in the campus. In an attempt to earn easy money for the capitalization fee of college, they seek a huge investment for their sure-shot formula of winning lottery. Enter, Bholi Punjaban(Richa Chadha), local goondi as their angel investor and all hell breaks loose.Performance wise, the award for maximum rib ticklers goes to Choocha and Bholi Punjaban as their roles act as a boost like a Viagra for a sex starved couple. Priya Anand (seen in English Vinglish) and Vishakha (seen in Ankur Arora.M.C movie in this weekend) have specially crafted but short roles. Special mention to the quartet which the male leads sing just before the interval, ''Pyaar Hame kis mod pe..".To sum up, FUKREY has its dull moments during its 135 minutes run but it really has enough content to keep that smile wide on your face. :-) So, jyada mat 'SOCH-Re'... just give a shot to these FUKREYs! Who knows, FUKREY might get added in your list of favourite 'F' word.

Justin J (ca) wrote: Wasnt bad at all! Ive seen way worse. There were creepy moments but not any super scary or jump out of your seat moments. Decent flick

francisco J G (nl) wrote: The kids will love it. If your older. I guess not so much.

Chris S (es) wrote: A lot better than I thought it would be. The ending was even slightly positive.

Shahriar S (mx) wrote: After a long time I have seen a teen movie which had a massage? I think every one should watch it? just give it a go? because many of us still living that life.

cj o (es) wrote: The only reason why the first one was good was because it wasn't what you expected. Not too horrific, not too comedic, just a tiny bit of everything. That's what made the first one an OK movie.

Paul J (fr) wrote: An attempt at rejuvenating the "found footage" concept. Despite its originality and some really creepy imagery, the film fails to truly scare. It all feels too contrived and fake. Especially the interview clips which come across as amateur night with mediocre actors. Some of the horror footage is quite effective with believable reactions from the victims but sadly I kept being pulled out of the movie by the interviews and the filmmaker's interference. Lastly, there wasn't enough of a story, which made the film lack suspense, leading to an apathetic experience. Sadly, I didn't really care about the outcome.

Erin M (ag) wrote: Somewhat different turn for Basu. Definately improves upon second viewing. Encounters some dark issues about the corporate world and international trade. Not really Bollywood though.

CJ C (mx) wrote: Waste of film. Terrible acting: Cooliio & Casper Van Dien were unusually AWFUL.

Jamie C (it) wrote: A little slow in places, Overlong but Orlando Blooms performance is brilliant and with some good battle scenes it makes it worth the watch.

Marc F (gb) wrote: fun return of the king of monsters.... understated... underrated.... GREAT design

Ryan K (ag) wrote: intersting music and good overall anti-suicide message (but otherwise very long, tedious, unclean and BOOOOOOOOOOOOORRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRIIIIIIIIIIIINNNNNNNNNNNNGGGGGGGGGGGGGG!!!)

David L (us) wrote: This is probably twice as cheesy as the original but it continues right where it left of a year earlier, cuts out any irrelevant build up, and gives us plenty of action, several kills, classic slasher cliches, and a twist ending - what more do you need? It also stars Brandy and Jack Black, a token pop star who's big at the time and wants to begin a movie career, plus Jack Black who will look back at this and think 'what was I doing'?! You could compare it to Kelly Rowland and Johnny Depp's performance in a Nightmare on Elm Street, although the latter is a bit more credible. I love the setting for this, it's like the TV series Death in Paradise, whereby everyone on the island is either going to end up dead, or be the murderer. Of course we know that despite Jennifer Love Hewitt being the one the killer is after, that technically makes her the star, and the safest ass in the film. It's got all the ingredients I love about these type of movies, suspense, a memorable cast, an eerie setting, a good villain, and an enticement to watch it over and over again. It's around the era I first started watching horror movies and possibly what grew me more and more into an addiction for this genre. It's just a shame they never completed this series by making a memorable finale to the trilogy (only a straight to DVD episode which degrades the excitement of the previous two). I just suggest you sit back, relax, and enjoy the basic concept that is hooded killer playing cat and mouse with a fresh batch of teens - it's priceless fun!

Lee M (ru) wrote: Milos Forman's meticulously produced Valmont is an extremely well-acted period piece that suffers slightly from its too stately pacing and lack of dramatic high points.

Rafael F (us) wrote: An interesting take on vampire movies where Dracula himself has established laws and a society in which vampires can live in a town where they can be in peace and live amongst their own. Good storyline and a good cast including Bruce Campbell and David Carradine. An above average vampire movie.

Kristi (mx) wrote: You slept with my prom date!

Scott R (mx) wrote: Fonda is incredible in this tender romance.

Kevin M W (de) wrote: Television staples Norman Lear and Bud Yorkin (of All In The Family fame) produced/directed this tip of the hat to both swashbucklers of old and to the wild zeitgeist that was the late '60's/early '70's. Gene Wilder and Donald Sutherland play both the deadly but slightly inbred, upperclass Corsican Brothers, and their exact lookalikes, two goodhearted but dumb and cowardly peasants. The French Revolution is only moments away and the streets are swarming with malcontents, the king's court swarming with intrigue: whatever can happen next?A filmic shadow of those turbulent times (the 1970's, not 1789) now but still zany fun, think Saturday Night Live or early Woody Allen or Mel Brooks.

Rick R (us) wrote: Invisible Stripes (1940)Cliff Taylor (George Raft) and Chuck Martin (Humphrey Bogart) are getting released from Sing Sing. Cliff is out early on parol and Chuck did his full stint. On the train ride home, Cliff tells Chuck that he's going to go straight, but Chuck tells him that he's got invisible stripes and they'll always treat him like a crook outside.Despite all of his efforts to play by the rules, Cliff has trouble getting work with a prison record. He's even wrongly accused of breaking into a store. Worse, still, his younger brother, Tim (William Holden) is struggling too and is tempted to go for the easy money of a life of crime.So, you know that poor Cliff is going to reach out to his old buddy, Chuck and get some ill-gotten money for his family to live on. But, you know that crime, it doesn't pay. :-)Yeah, I know it's the same old gangster movie, but with the cast it comes off pretty good; well worth taking a look at.

Josh C (de) wrote: Chaplin once said that his time at Mutual Film Company, which allowed him creative control, led to him producing some of his best work. I cannot agree more. This movie will keep you laughing from start to finish. If you want to watch it but do not want to buy it in a film collection (only comes in box sets...a 25 minute movie wouldn't be sold seperatly) it is on youtube.