When a prom queen dies in 1962, her only means of entering Heaven is by returning to 1990 earth, to assist friends from her youth.
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Earth Angel torrent reviews
Haydn W (jp) wrote: An American shitcom with horror undertones. A waste of Steve McHattie.
Felix P (es) wrote: Great documentary about how to make art.
Anthony W (us) wrote: Very fun movie to watch. I now know what the life of a unemployed Easter Bunny is like. the movie is filled with harmless fun and most people can relate to the story. Peace
Brent C (ag) wrote: Totally mesmerizing despite the spare dialogue & simple story.
Gary R (ru) wrote: Dennis Quaid and Stephen Dorff play their characters very well. Suspenseful enough to keep you interested. It is KALIFORNIA meets AFFLICTION meets CAPE FEAR.
John M (de) wrote: Terrific ensemble cast including Sam Rockwell, William H. Macy, and Patricia Clarkson. This off-beat comedy will keep you laughing and wondering what will happen next with its Shakespearian turns.
Claudette A (es) wrote: Great to see some Aussie's in this movie. The cinematography was out of this world.
Anand K (gb) wrote: I kept waiting for this movie to start. After 30 min I gave up. The lines are so corny as to actually make you wince. Bad bad bad.
Jayden C (es) wrote: really not interested
Frank L (kr) wrote: The song is probably better...
trinity A (mx) wrote: i love this movie, its one of my favorite childhood memories and will always be one
Bill E (kr) wrote: A classic. Loved these rat movies as a kid. Perhaps I'll re-visit them some day soon. Check out the OLD Willard.
Bill T (ca) wrote: Fun and simple dracula movie here, as 2 vacationing couples make the mistake of staying in the deceased Dracula's castle overnight! A longtime servant makes sure Drac is ressurected though, and soon is chasing one of the couples down the countryside. This is quite startling how simple the plot is (there is essentially 6 characters in this movie) and the ending is a bit too simple and pat, but still quite enjoyable.
Keenan S (jp) wrote: How To Steal A Million is a superb heist film, a superb comedy, and a superb romance film all rolled into one truly great film. The chemistry between Audrey Hepburn and Peter O'Toole makes the film's already brilliant script shine even brighter since they always know how to make the viewer laugh and make everything seem convincing. This is tense, funny, and very exciting. It's easily one of the best heist films ever made.
Dean E (kr) wrote: I appreciate the idea of a monster movie that is self aware enough to make fun of itself but so much of the humour is poorly delivered. Methinks this is mostly at the fault of the director. And perhaps it was the result of forced rewrites but for the lines it has that make fun of itself, there are still too many lines to laugh at that don't seem to be intentionally funny. Is it at least entertaining? I guess...?
Wade F (gb) wrote: it wasn't bad, but it doesn't hold up to the game
Norman L (es) wrote: seen it many times. It's fall of the sofa funny.