I Walked with a Zombie

I Walked with a Zombie

A nurse in the Caribbean turns to voodoo in hopes of curing her patient, an unusual woman who's husband she's fallen in love with.

A young Canadian nurse (Betsy) comes to the West Indies to care for Jessica, the wife of a plantation manager (Paul Holland). Jessica seems to be suffering from a kind of mental paralysis as a result of fever. When she falls in love with Paul, Betsy determines to cure Jessica even if she needs to use a voodoo ceremony, to give Paul what she thinks he wants. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Colin T (kr) wrote: Not as good as the first film, but nothing special.

Jenn M (mx) wrote: It was okay, I wasn't laughing my ass off, not much in terms of shock value really

Michael A (au) wrote: This is a reviled piece of shit. Poorly portrays the original classic, and is absolutely ruined by Hollywood.

Stephane P (nl) wrote: Mon c?ur voudrait le noter plus car Simon Pegg reste le meilleur, et David Schw"Ross" s'en sort bien, mais a reste juste distrayant et sympa regarder... Bien que ce soit tellement du n'importe quoi que a cassserai 3 pattes un canard.

Waleed A (ag) wrote: I love GOOOOOOOOOOOOOOLD! omg lmao rofl gg lol. Mike Meyers is a BEAST. (about 6 viewings)

Tonya (br) wrote: funniest movie ever!

Sean M (de) wrote: This is not the movie I remember when it came out, holy shit. This is dark humour and sometimes a little intense, I always remembered it being a family comedy. John Ritter is excellent in this movie as is Eugene Levy and Pam Dawber.

Alex S (us) wrote: lol, we did see it Mike, about 5 minutes

Kyle G (ru) wrote: I haven't seen this for a while but remember really enjoying it as a teen. I'll give a review when I see it again.

Kevin R (jp) wrote: He is searching for himself.John Murdoch wakes up with a knife in his hand, a dead prostitute at his feet, and a strange scientist in his face telling him to run. He discovers a strange world that is dark all of the time, people seem to change daily, and strange beings are crawling across the countryside and hunting him down. He also has a detective after him due to murder. Can John find his wife and find a way out of this strange land?"It seems you've discovered your unpleasant nature."Alex Proyas, director of The Crow; I, Robot; Garage Days; Knowing; and the upcoming Gods of Egypt, delivers Dark City. The storyline for this picture is entertaining and fun to watch unfold. I adored the settings, character, and overall premise. The acting is also first rate and the cast includes Rufus Sewell, Kiefer Sutherland, William Holden, Jennifer Connelly, and Melissa George."You feeling any urges I should know about?"I came across this on HBOGO and decided to watch it again for the first time in a long time. This is a very interesting movie that was worth a viewing but isn't as good as similar films in the genre (this actually reminded me In the Mouth of Madness). This isn't perfect, but it is worth a viewing."You have lost your memory."Grade: C+

Bleak M (mx) wrote: Entertaining melodrama that does not outstay its welcome, even if Powell is not ideally suited to conveying anguish -- though Loy does a fine job with her hand-to-brow role. Features (a bit pointlessly) the fine talents of Una Merkel. The preview is priceless: they had no idea how to market it, so they marketed it as a screwball-comedy/mystery/sexual-sleaze/domestic-tragedy movie. No cowboys.

Jacob F (it) wrote: A dull, boring, convoluted film from a cast and director that are usually outstanding.

Jessie P (de) wrote: It may not be obvious at first blush (pun intended?), but "Warm Bodies" does play on Shakespeare's famous "Romeo and Juliet" in many ways. But just because Juliet as been reimagined as a kick-ass apocalypse survivor and Romeo as a zombie doesn't make the film "just another Shakespeare retelling". I think it's a true adaptation, and seeks to remain original while still throwing subtle nods towards the Bard's famous tragedy. It doesn't try to become a weighty work of Shakespeare, and it doesn't have to be one to get its message across, which is, to put it simply, what it means and how it feels to be human, to thrive and not just survive.