Senior Charlie Brewster finally has it all. He's running with the popular crowd and dating the hottest girl in High School. But trouble arrives when an intriguing stranger moves in next door to him. And he guesses that his new neighbor is a vampire responsible for a string of recent deaths. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Sierra L (ca) wrote: love this movie don't judge someone by there color judge socks by there color
Private U (gb) wrote: Konstig film med nnu konstigare slut. Tv parallella handlingar som ska bindas ihop men som bara blir rrigt och obegripligt. Ingen som helst kemi mellan skdisarna. Dlig film helt enkelt.
Kisaan T (gb) wrote: This movie shows that when you're making a movie on a Issue, you have to stick to that Genre and make Audiences serious about that Issue. The common habit of Bollywood Film-makers follows is that they put a comedy, action, song, dance, all together too much in a drama. This movie stays out of it. The best and original Bollywood Love story with the backdrop of Communal Violence.
David G (es) wrote: A wacky, absurd and moving horror-comedy featuring bad ass Bruce Campbell fully committed in the role of Elvis Presley. "Thank you very much"
Richard L (ru) wrote: I think Phu is more interested in this than I am - he won't admit it but he is glued to the TV
Kiffin S (es) wrote: I wish they'd make a sequel. This movies hilarioius.
Greg W (ag) wrote: based on hg wells classic
Daniel T (jp) wrote: With only five actors, one location, and a very strange script, Bug just inexplicably works for me. The horror/comedy/psychodrama screenplay is highly original (and true to the original stage version's script), William Friedkin directs like the old master he is, turning a big middle finger to modern shock horror conventions. Ashley Judd's a sympathetic anchor, Harry Connick Jr. is as funny as he is threatening, and Michael Shannon sports a hugely compelling range. Just don't expect to nail this film to a genre and you'll enjoy yourself.
Velvet B (ca) wrote: British comedys' most underestimated best
Mark S (ag) wrote: The slow beginning of Through a Glass Darkly is quite deceiving. I was just beginning to think the film wasn't really up to much when matters started to darken and a great performance from Harriet Andersson began to emerge. It's just the type of turn that would be a shoe-in for an Oscar these days. Her descent into insanity is especially jarring considering how mundane everything seems beforehand. As usual Gunnar Bjornstrand and Max von Sydow add a lot to every film of Bergman's in which they appear, and here Bjornstrand in particular gives quite a layered portrayal of a self-involved writer suffering great guilt at his own cowardice in life.
Blake P (mx) wrote: Ouch. Two hunters (Kelly and Johnson) stumble upon the enchanted village of Brigadoon, and there they find out something weird-- Brigadoon was cursed to rise out of the mists every 100 years, and the two men just happened to come upon it at the perfect time. Kellys character falls in love with Fiona (Charisse), and if the live is powerful enough, they can break the curse. 1954 was actually a pretty good year for MGM, one of their other musicals "Seven Brides for Seven Brothers" was winning a bunch of awards. Watching a biography on Stanley Donen, I found out that MGM wasnt really interested in "Seven Brides", and pretty much had all their attention on this. "Brigadoon" is definitely a love it or hate it movie (as said by the other reviewers), and I'm definitely one of the hate its. It sounded good to me when I looked it up-- musical favorites Gene Kelly and Cyd Charisse star, it's directed by legend Vincente Minnelli, and was one of the first movies to be filmed in the soon to be big solution to Technicolor, Cinemascope. Even these good aspects could not save this movie. I am a huge fan of musicals, and I have really liked every one I've seen, so don't think I'm picky-- I usually rate them at the lowest at least three stars. This is no exception. The dances and songs are really forgettable, and even Gene and Cyd who are usually really good just aren't that exciting: Kelly choreographed it, and this has got to be his worst job, making it look just lazy. Maybe he was running out of ideas, I don't know, but there's nothing too special here. The songs aren't even good-- I didn't find even one that was catchy or even great to listen to, just slow. "Brigadoon" isnt even something I could say a musical lover would like-- it's too weird--, so I would suggest "It's Always Fair Weather" for something different with Gene and Cyd.
Juliano K (jp) wrote: Amazing, amazing, not for week at heart!