Dracula's Daughter

Dracula's Daughter

A countess from Transylvania seeks a psychiatrist’s help to cure her vampiric cravings.

Hungarian countess Marya Zaleska seeks the aid of a noted psychiatrist, in hopes of freeing herself of a mysterious evil influence. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Harsh J (mx) wrote: rahul bose is a dude o n mallikas gud 2

Ken T (mx) wrote: Part love story, part mystery shrouded in mythology. The story moves from the natural environment to the urban Thai landscapes and back again. A truly beautiful film. Apichatpong Weerasethakul is one of the best new and original filmmakers today.

James H (gb) wrote: 60/100. I am certainly in the minority on this one. I enjoyed it, particularly the leads. Susan Lynch is quite good and Rachel Weisz is terrific, they make the movie work. It's a good balance of humor and crime thriller. There are a few slow patches, but nothing terrible and for the most part it held my interest. Good cinematography.

Rafiq U (au) wrote: Disgustingly 90's "Love Actually", sure this came first, but holy hell. Cheesy lines, boring story, and mostly interesting characters, really make this movie painful to watch. The only saving grace is Sean Connery and Jon Stewart, but even with them, there are lots of problems to be had. I guess, I can say the movie didn't drag, but it wasn't a quick affair either. Also I fill like the mother-son relationship was too forced and didn't have much emotional weight to it, but that's the least of this movie's problems. Watch for a few laughs at how disgusting the 90's was and then move on with your life.PROS: Sean Connery, Jon Stewart, a few laughsCONS: Everything else

Ahmed M (jp) wrote: This movie was clearly made for the $$$$ as this movie is plain-out horrible.

Brandon V (jp) wrote: Anderson's debut has quirks and nuances, but also big comedy and humanity.

Carlos I (us) wrote: Wow! What a dark, bad ass western. How have a not seen this until now?! Should've known, with this being directed by Clint as well... Love the supernatural element that I didn't immediately pick up on. His "hero" character is such a bastard in this... lol

Orlok W (nl) wrote: Flawed, but eye-catching, western--Indians Engage in Snobfighting!!

Justin B (us) wrote: Bizarro James Bond. I usually enjoy the entries in the franchise that feel different but this doesn't feel different so much as it just feels very very off. However those who swear by Connery as bond will most likely enjoy it as a throwback.

Tim S (ru) wrote: Shockingly fun movie.

Brandon W (ag) wrote: Rio is an animated film by Blue Sky Studios that stars Jesse Eisenberg and Anne Hathaway in a pretty simple premise that is just about a Spix's macaw that got lost and wanted to go back to his owner, while also being chained up to a female bird of his own kind. With the premise like that, you know exactly where it's going without a doubt, but the journey of it is actually a pretty funny and entertaining one. The voice acting is great, and it doesn't feel like I'm just listening to A list casting. Most of the jokes get a laugh out of me, and the songs are catchy to listen. The animation is beautiful to look at, and when it shows Rio, it looks really nice even though it's animated. There are some nice scenes between Jesse and Anne as they have good chemistry together. The villains are your typical bad guys and just they just felt like the three stooges to me, which would've been fine, if they were more funny which they had some moments there, just not enough, except for Nigel who's a fun villain. During the final act, some of the jokes start to fall flat here and there, and you know exactly where it's leading to which is fine, kids films need a happy ending, just something not this obvious. As it is, Rio is a great film that knew what it wanted to be, and it'll entertain both the kids and adults

Shana H (jp) wrote: classic B flick with all the ridiculous plot points you'd expect. entertaining and laughable.

Sarah H (jp) wrote: The original Quatermass story is still the best, as the endless imitators demonstrate (yes, "The Astronaut's Wife," I'm looking at you). The film version, however, is diluted by a bland and characterless Prof. Quatermass, as well as an explosive ending that negates writer Nigel Kneale's intent. The long-lost BBC serial was almost certainly better.

Jack H (de) wrote: This is from the same company that made The Garbage Pail Kids Movie?