Embrace the Darkness 3

Embrace the Darkness 3

NOTE: Sequel to Embrace the Darkness 2 (2002). Jennifer isn't happy with the way Jack is trying to control her life so she kicks him out into the sunlight...

NOTE: Sequel to Embrace the Darkness 2 (2002). Jennifer isn't happy with the way Jack is trying to control her life so she kicks him out into the sunlight... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Jesper J (it) wrote: There is some debate about which version this story tells but apart from that it is a pretty good mountaineering movie. Although not as good as Nordwand it is still worth a look

Bella C (es) wrote: I love scooby doo!!!!!!

Mona E (ca) wrote: And that what happends to a woman seeking for a man

Marilyn M (nl) wrote: The title sounds like a comedy, but I suspect it's an obscure, boring tale...

Vince N (gb) wrote: The "Doc," keeps you on the edge of your seat in this story of death & life.

Dean M (ag) wrote: Typical martial arts chop out, peopled by actual World Kickboxing Association champs karate kings, and a wealth of other unsightly folks who just can't act.

Francis M (mx) wrote: Tedious at times, interesting at others, yet so poorly handled the film never gets going.

Steve S (es) wrote: ***Due to the recent RT changes that have basically ruined my past reviews, I am mostly only giving a rating rather than a full review.***

FilmGrinder S (mx) wrote: 68% "The frogs are thinking now. The snails are planning strategy, is that your point?"-Jason "Grandpa" Crockett (Ray Milland) Swamp creatures do Mother Nature's dirty work, on a small scale of course. Sam Elliott, before he found himself.

Ian W (ag) wrote: A really engrossing look at how US soul music reached the UK in the 70's and the scene that accompanied it.Great performances from the well known actors but the main actors who are not that well known, along with the superb soundtrack, really steal the show and keep you watching.

Josh P (au) wrote: This was surprisingly funny

Iain B (mx) wrote: Salty seamen and sea shanties... Not your usual Disney stuff