Scottsville is a sleepy town, where the yearly apple blossom festival is usually the only 'memorable' event, so Police Chief Sam Taylor is furious when young cop Ally Parks -who comes from the big city- insists on investigating the death and mutilation of prof. Fuller, who experimented on bats, and soon several other victims, as unnatural bat attacks. She finds a helpful 'expert' in animal controller Dr. John Winslow, and the couple gets help from his inquisitive daughter Genny and her practically in-living high school-friend Logan to unravel how it all ties in with local real estate mogul Carl Hart's dishonest and corrupt practices.
- Stars:Corbin Bernsen, Tracy Nelson, Whip Hubley, Katie Stuart, Lukas Behnken, Michael Gregory, Mark L. Taylor, Scott Davidson, Tony Longo, Nicole Clendenen, Corina Marie, Deborah Brown, Sarah Rush, Dennis Fimple, James Lee Hymes,
- Director:Kelly Sandefur,
- Writer:Jim Geoghan
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Fangs torrent reviews
(es) wrote: Burt Lancaster, in nothing but a pair of swimming shorts, strolls around suburban countryside, jumps over obstacles and shares some time with people he meets along the way. Every once in a while he takes a liberating dip into a pool of sapphire refreshment. He's swimming home, you see, and there's no stopping him. Such a strange, multilayered, beautiful film.Oh, and there's talk of computer-assisted dating. In 1968.
(kr) wrote: An utterly charming tale of a young man battling between wanderlust and a love for his childhood sweetheart; said sweetheart's internal battle about how to best express her love (make him stay or let him go); and his father's struggle to see him as a grown man. The atmosphere of this film is magical and lovely and, best of all, not mawkish. Part 1 of a trilogy--bring on the next one.
(br) wrote: Jeff Bridges' tour deforce performance (which deserves an Oscar nod) and T Bone Burnett's contribution to the moving soundtrack, essentially save the film from its dreary pace. The journey is provoking but Cooper's attempt to match the book's all encompassing emotional rawness misses... just a bit. That said, Bridges and Gyllenhaal share a strong on screen chemistry.
(it) wrote: A great story yet, if you didn't know it, you wouldn't be able to tell that it is an Ang Lee film. I feel this was a waste of his talents, as it visual effects. This film was was simply a great retelling of a great story that began a revolution.Taking Woodstock, I give you a 60%.
(fr) wrote: An audience score of 66% shows how dumb people are.
(ru) wrote: it was fun and charming
(au) wrote: A pretty average movie, but for some reason it ends up being pretty memorable. Nick Nolte and Julia Roberts actually have real screen chemistry.