When a bachelorette party at Emmanuelle's house is interrupted by a mysterious loner, strange things begin to happen. The party guests start changing one by one into blood-sucking sexual predators with only Emmanuelle to tame the situation. Will she save her friends or will she fall under the spell of the Prince of Darkness? . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Cary R (mx) wrote: Decent, but definitely another case of the book being better than the movie.
Jerry J (kr) wrote: 3-Michelin-Star restaurant is a passion. You must watch this if you like Jiro Dreams of Sushi.
Jobin B (fr) wrote: How could Priyadarshan take this trash?
mariam k (ru) wrote: its a good film sunday
Henry H (ru) wrote: While I generally agree with his thesis, his methodology is baffling bad and only works to preach to the choir.
movie fan a (au) wrote: movie copied but has sum good songs
Adrian B (ag) wrote: VROOM VROOM VROOM Hot girls, aspiring rapper, hero soldier, Natasha, her mother, kidnappings, luxury cars, hostage takings, nice video cover, okay title and that adds up to...a really bad film. Unfortunately, it is one of the funniest I have seen. Apparently, the film is taken place between Las Vegas and Los Angeles, but I am not sure if that is in the United States on the planet Earth. The story is contrived and proposterous that at times, I thought it could have been on another planet in another solar system, which also had cities of the same name. The singing, acting, and dialogue are awful and that's understatement. The editing is randomly sliced and cut up that the film just becomes a source of confusion. The special effects are so over-the-top and hilarious. One instance is a car that crashes at the end of a drag race, and it somehow crashes when it mysteriously goes from very fast to a 90 degree angle up in the air, doing inane cartwheels. Another scene is a motorcycle that passes over railroad crossing in the path of train. Amazingly, the motorcycle barely makes it, and it slowly goes through the air and the train (Metrolink to be exact and that is in Los Angeles, and at that point I thought they were still in Las Vegas) is going faster than the motorcycle. Literally, the film is so bad, it's laugable. I cried with tears of laughter throughout this disaster. It is almost worth seeing just for the few chuckles.
Gareth D (fr) wrote: Having now watched, or tried to watch, Betelguese I have come to the conclusion Tim Burton is best suited to an artform other than film making. What a flabby, shoddy hash-up. The climax is poorly placed. Act II plot point at the very most. Blimey, what rubbish. I don't like a single one of his films. Even Batman is overrated. A visionary and an animator's director, yes, but not a film maker for me. Strudles.
Patrick F (ca) wrote: While John Hughes films may be what initially comes to mind when you say "'80s movies," DOWN AND OUT IN BEVERLY HILLS sums up the decade far better than more popular comedies have. This movie's social commentary on wealth and material possessions says more about the decade than any teen angst should. Perhaps this is why those are still watched today and this one is all but forgotten. A shame - it's really funny.
Keith M (us) wrote: SLIGHTLY better than Zombie Lake, but not by very much. BLANTANTLY rips off Dawn of the Dead in several ways.
Cooper H (mx) wrote: Alien 3 ups the blood but dips with characters. Making Ripley carry a xenomorph that led to her killing herself is not the way for her to go out.
Marco G (gb) wrote: Me gusto la parte cientifica, pero es una chickflick y esas cosas de amor la echan a perder.
Robin v (gb) wrote: period flick, tragic losses, haven't read the book, but found the movie powerful.
James C (ru) wrote: Inspired by true events this movie deals with a young woman (Emma Watson) who accuses her father of sexually abusing her. The father while being questioned "thinks" he may have done it but can not recollect doing it. As the lead detective (Ethan Hawke) and a psychology professor (David Thewlis) start to dig deeper than began to believe they have uncovered a satanic cult who has been sacrificing babies and performing rituals under the town's noses. For most of the movie i thought this was going to follow a similar theme to 1988's Spellbinder with Kelly Preston but thankfully and happily it does not. I would have given it a higher score but the movie fails to really captivate as much as it should and as much as i love Emma she struggles to really be convincing in this particular role. Still worth a watch but far from what i would have liked after not having done any work since Noah for Emma.6/10