Experimental short film depicting the life, perhaps real, perhaps a dream, of a young girl named Emi. Emi travels to the city where she encounters her counterpart, Sari, and falls in love with...a vampire? . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Experimental short film depicting the life, perhaps real, perhaps a dream, of a young girl named Emi. Emi travels to the city where she encounters her counterpart, Sari, and falls in love with...a vampire?
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Mayank F (au) wrote: SKSE adds nothing to a person's knowledge as to what the side effects are nor does it entertain as a rom-com.
Grant S (ru) wrote: Had the potential to be a good, moving, profound movie, but fell flat in the end. Not engaging enough, and sometimes quite dull.
Jon H (ag) wrote: So bad it's good enough for two stars.
Aparna I (kr) wrote: While the concept was heart warming, the movie failed to deliver. It was predictable, hammed and as a result not emotion evoking in any sense. Using eye candies like Sen and Arora was absolutely not required. Sunny Deol should have practiced how to emote instead of showing his patriotism overtly. And please somebody tell the Khans to keep their shirts on. Overall the movie is awful. Not worth watching.A star just for Preity for showing she is not just a pretty face, for the concept, and for Dvij. Boy's got some talent.
Piotr R (ca) wrote: O kurde, co za film!4.5
Paul M (gb) wrote: Pretty slick practical effect action from the early 90s. Honestly, as over-the-top and cheesy as it is, it's much better filmmaking than most recent B-movies. In fact, in regard to style I think The Matrix actually owes a lot to it. Feels like a combination of Terminator, Rambo, The Matrix, and Full Metal Jacket. A guilty pleasure for sure.
Andy B (de) wrote: Once upon a time in Mexico I got robbed by the cops. Once upon a few thousand times in Mexico I scored really potent drugs. Such are the exploits of a San Diego-born hooligan like me who saw Desperado about thirty times since I was sixteen. Was my code of conduct shaped and corrupted by the onscreen mayhem in the films of Rodriguez, Tarantino and Michael Mann? More importantly, do I care? Not enough to object to a great sequel like this. Here we have Johnny Depp doing a swell job making things interesting and funny, with priceless quips like "Are you a Mexi-can, or a Mexi-can't?"
Kristy P (ca) wrote: Let me get this straight...soldiers in Vietnam are running around trying to save an elephant?? Story was okay, but highly unbelivable.
natalie p (nl) wrote: Jonathan Rhys Meyers accent is so poor and his acting so wooden that it is hard to focus on the film. Which is also pretty poor.