Howling II: ... Your Sister Is a Werewolf
A young man whose sister was murdered by werewolves helps an investigator track down a gang of the monsters through the United States and Europe.
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Jp B (au) wrote: Smart, funny, dramatic this film basically has every genre of film in one! Throughout this movie, my emotions were all over the place, I felt like crying on a particular scene and on another scene I laughed harder than I ever have before, this entire movie changed the way I see the world and everyone it, it taught me friendship is everything and so is confidence. So I highly recommend this film to everyone who has trouble being brave and who isn't confident because after you see this movie, it's going to instantly change you.
Jason L (ag) wrote: King Kong meets Attack of the Fifty Foot Chicken.
Bryan B (mx) wrote: Looks cheesy enough to watch.
Ashiko M (ca) wrote: Why did you re-make this movie?
Phu N (ca) wrote: Great film! A must-watch for any viewer. The film features a unique story and such a charismatic performance of the two excellent leads. A couple of comedy twists will surely keep you entertained throughout the entire story.
Niall C (de) wrote: omfg.this fukin movie is retarded.dont even think about watching dis gay cunt of a film!!
CHARLIE (gb) wrote: GOOD MOVIE WORTH WATCHING
danster b (ru) wrote: Another great Paul Blaisdell creation.
Stan D (jp) wrote: Based on the novel by James Hilton that added "Shangri-La" to the lexicon, and directed by Frank Capra, it is a story about a famous diplomat played by Ronald Coleman, whose plane is hijacked and taken to a hidden valley in the Himalayas, where the weather is perfect, and people are kind and live to be hundreds of years old with very little aging. With Thomas Mitchell and Edward Everett Horton.
Letcia M (es) wrote: One of the most amazing cinematic experiences i've had in my entire life. A flawless movie. No wonder it offered inspiration for filmmaker master Ingmar Bergman.
Aeem H (ca) wrote: Going through the back log of the Disney Animated Classics, Meet the Robinsons is one which is perhaps overlooked. At it's centre is the story of an orphan Lewis wanting to find a family. He finds himself encumbered in an orphanage where no one has wanted to adopt him going on almost 12 years. His desire to be an inventor tends to not be rewarded and when things do go wrong others blame him and he blames himself for the failure of the inventions not working. Mixed into this is a revenge plot against Lewis which involves a time machine.There is a lot going on in this film and luckily more often than not you can follow it, the animation is visually solid and the Robinson's themselves are quirky but when really thinking about this film they are left short changed in terms of screen time.There are some good twists and turns and the humour is well realised, the scene where the main protagonist uses firstly a frog and then a dinosaur to try and capture Lewis are hilarious.In the end this being Disney everything works out alright, as messages of friendship, family and never giving up or looking back are on proud displayWhile this is not by any means a genuine classic it's a solid entertaining film and one which children will perhaps enjoy more than adults, but there are laughs for those of us who are still children at heart.Now together everyone 'KEEP MOVING FORWARD'
Harper C (kr) wrote: Tom cruise is a great actor but the plot to this movie is a little strange
Dale S (gb) wrote: This is the worst installment of this series yet. Ben stiller tried too hard in this movie.
Vitaliy S (ca) wrote: Team work brings result....
Mike C (mx) wrote: Seeing how critics blistered this movie, I have no idea why I even wanted to see it. Not even a real Bradley Cooper fan. But I actually liked it.Yes, yes, chefs and food may have grown a little too popular in our culture so we're seeing a lot of food and chef shows and movies. Oh well. If a movie is well done, it's well done. Like a steak. I thought Cooper was good in this. And believable. Having read Bourdain's book about the kitchen, I found the entire movie to be in the realm of believable. Cooper's character and the drama he provided added the necessary spice to keep the movie going.No spoilers here, but one twist could have made for an even greater movie. Think the final bit in Whiplash. But even after that scene resolved itself, I left the table filling content. Not bad for a movie so hated by critics.