Emanuelle and the Last Cannibals

Emanuelle and the Last Cannibals

A reporter and an anthropologist traverse the amazon jungle to unearth the origins behind a mysterious woman, reputed to have been raised by a cannibal tribe.

While doing undercover work in a mental hospital, Emanuelle discovers a girl who seems to have been raised by a tribe of amazonian cannibals. Intrigued, Emanuelle and friends travel deep ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Jos M (ag) wrote: Interesante film sobre los valores de una sociedad donde prima el valor monetario sobre el humano esta pelcula demuestra el buen estado del cine italiano,

Eliabeth L (us) wrote: The characterisation and dynamics were perfectly slotted and was led with an outstanding screenplay.

Abbey R (fr) wrote: i want 2 see it cuz i love rainie yang shes ma fav actress lol

Chad D (br) wrote: good for obvious reasons, but also because ian mcshane is in it and because it was made in 1977.

Joetaeb D (ru) wrote: Dogma is a little harder to get into than Kevin Smith's other films, but delivers a thoughtful, funny and surprisingly respectful religious satire that brings some great work from it's esteemed cast.

Samuel M (br) wrote: Takashi Miike tiene una especial sensibilidad a la hora de abordar sus pelculas, una muy marcada por la cultura pop de su pas, aunque algo distorsionada por su propia creatividad. No es de extraar que sea tan coleguita de Tarantino.Y es que Fudoh, destila su sello en cada plano de la pelcula, y aunque es cierto que esa sensacin "mangaka" es comprensible, no te sabra decir si esto es debido al propio material original o a la genialidad de su creador.Lo que si puedo decir es que sin duda es una cinta especial como ella sola: una trama de venganzas entre Yakuzas con ese hiperbolismo del anime y manga que solo los japoneses saben hacer.Divertida sin duda.

Steve G (kr) wrote: ?License To Kill? is a very fast paced action film. ?License To Kill? has great acting from ?Timothy Dalton? and ?Robert Davi?. The plot to this film is that ?Felix Leiter? helped arrest a big drug dealer named ?Sanchez?. Later ?Sanchez? escapes prison and comes after ?Felix Leiter?. When Bond finds out what has happened he goes on a personal vendetta. The characters in this film are okay none that are too annoying. There are some thrilling action scenes in this film. The soundtrack of this film is great it just makes the scenes more intense. I would recommend you watch this film if you like action films. And I give ?License To Kill? a 8/10.

Amar K (jp) wrote: It seemed that prior to Trimurti, Subhash Ghai could do no wrong. This is the ultimate blockbuster with great acting, excellent story, fantastic songs and lots of emotion. The soundtrack by Laxmikant-Pyarelal was an added bonus.

dammie t (de) wrote: itz d bst movie ever

Michael H (ag) wrote: As much as it's sometimes good to be thrown-in slap-bang into the middle of the action, sacrificing character, story and motivation is a definite no no. Spending 80 minutes of my time surrounded by screeching teenagers (even when there's an 8 foot hairy monster on the peripherals) is not my idea of a good time

Bill M (nl) wrote: The great thing about the friday the 13th series is that you almost cant parody them, anything you could joke about them doing next in this seemingly endless series of slashers has actually been done, Jason has been in 3d, had a battle with a telekinetic heroine who lobs tvs and stuff at him with the power of her mind, he's been to new york, gone to Hell, he's even had a duke out with one Freddy Kruger, ah you say but has he been in space? even the makers of this series wouldn't go that outrageous, well yes they did actually, and it's hilarious. What i love about these movies is that they can truly lay claim to being the most shamelessly ridiculous horror movie franchise ever, it's great fun to see them constantly "go there", and in this one you get such ludicrous pleasures as Jason running round a spaceship raking up body count, fighting a Terminator/The Matrix style leather clad, heavily armed android girl, getting cryogenically frozen and unfrozen in the 24th century and getting turned into a super mechanized version of himself (with a shiny new metallic hockey mask) by nanobot's. It aint high art, but it's loads of junky, knowingly stupid fun.

John M (ca) wrote: On par with the rest of the DC Animated Universe. So Bruce Wayne (Jason O'Mara) has gone missing. It's up to all of his known associates to hold down the fort in his absence and keep the criminal underworld at bay, but a new player is about to make her presence known: Batwoman (Yvonne Strahovski). I've always liked all these DC Animated Universe movies, but I rarely love them. The best one out there is probably the two part Dark Knight Returns, but even then, it reached a point for me where I wondered why I was watching it and not just picking up the Frank Miller graphic novel, as it really does follow that closely to the source material (although I am excited to see what they do with an R-rated Killing Joke). What I most appreciated about Bad Blood is that it features side characters that I've never seen before, so it managed to keep it interesting for somebody who is relatively well versed in the lore. As somebody who adores the original Batman animated series as well as the Arkham video games, it can't go without saying how bizarre it is to hear anybody else other than Kevin Conroy as the Dark Knight in animated form. Both he and Mark Hamill have managed to be the definitive voices for Batman and the Joker respectively, at least in animated form, and whenever you see a cartoon with a different voice, it can be classified as hearsay. All the voice work is perfectly fine here, despite the Jason O'Mara curve-ball, and at 72 minutes, it makes for a very quick watch. These animated DC movies have always been up to snuff, and here is no different. They know what they are doing in the storytelling department, and it really is the cinematic equivalent to reading a comic book; you get bits and pieces of the overall story, but it's very abbreviated and scattershot. All the fighting is well done, and it feels like there are actually consequences here, as characters do die. If you are hungry for a good Batman story and Zack Snyder trying to jump start the Justice League in big budget fashion isn't cutting it for you, than you need not look further than the DC Animated Universe.