Locked behind the walls of a convent are an order of beautiful nuns whose vows force them to forget the pleasures of sexual contact. Crazed with lust and desire many of the nuns pleasure ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Immagini di un convento
Locked behind the walls of a convent are an order of beautiful nuns whose vows force them to forget the pleasures of sexual contact. Crazed with lust and desire many of the nuns pleasure ...
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Jens S (it) wrote: This father's education methods are hilarious and a conservative's nightmare. They make for the most funny parts of the film, but there are plenty of thought-provoking scenes too. Mortensen deserved his Oscar nomination in the lead role, dominating every beautifully shot scene, although all other performances are great too. The result is a quirky comedy drama that clearly wanted to walk in Little Miss Sunshine's shoes but ends up a tad too pretentious in its final act. Still, very enjoyable and entertaining.
Marian B (de) wrote: The only thing that interests me in this is how sweet Channing and Jenna as a couple. Oh, and Justin Long's face too.
Mark S (br) wrote: Yet another movie from someone who has little understanding of the spirit world,and this ones another dire stinker.Sarah Paxton couldn't act her way out of a paper bag...and just about everyone else here feels like they can't really be bothered either.It's also about as frightening as a Teddy Bears Picnic.
David S (mx) wrote: Things really start to get kind of ridiculous with Afterlife. It pretty much completely takes its own route and leaves Resident Evil behind and becomes a shoot em up, Matrix rip off with one bad ass creature. The outrageous number of slow-mo crap in this film was so annoying. Every 5-10 minutes, slow-mo. There's no substance to the story either which suuuuuuuucked. Not to mention the laughable PlayStation 2 graphics
Ryan C (kr) wrote: A very nice german biopic. Recommended to those who like fucked up drug movies, foreign films, 60's-70's period pieces, or german cinema.
OMurphy M (gb) wrote: Better then the second but still not at the level of the first Bionicle film.
I luv A manduh (de) wrote: Another D.L. special.
Kristen R (ru) wrote: I have rarely ever seen such a heart-warming and inspiring film. This movie makes you laugh and cry almost at the same time. As most British comedies the actors were fabulous and the jokes did not seem constructed like they do in most Hollywood productions. This film is a anthem for all middle aged women. It shows the world that 40 women can look great even when they are nude.
Andrew R (kr) wrote: based loosely on the life of Carol King and the Brill Building composers of the 50s and 60s ( Tin Pan Alley) Illeana Douglas is awesome as the struggling singer cum composer. You can see Illeana Douglas in episodes of Ugly Betty this season!
Danielle G (jp) wrote: Awesome cast, and an awesome movie. A cool insight on how friendships can be made out of the oddest, yet unique life situations. Funny moments thru the movie, and a "tear jerker" to boot...
ron j (jp) wrote: HORRIBLE MISREPRESENTATION OF SUTCLIFFE AND OF LENNON. AVOID THIS FILM LIKE THE PLAGUE UNLESS YOU WANT TO SEE AN UNBELIEVABLY SUPERFICIAL AND BANAL MOVIE. ONE OF THE WORST THINGS ABOUT THIS FILM IS A BRUTAL FIGHT SCENE THAT IS ENTIRELY UNTRUE AND FABRICATED AND HAS NOT ONE OUNCE OF TRUTH TO IT, IT SHOWS SUTCLIFFE BEATING UP A A FRIEND OF HIS GIRLFRIEND, IN A JEALOUS RAGE. SUTCLIFFE WAS GENTLE AND NONVIOLENT,ACCORDING TO QUOTES BY LENNON AND HARRISON IN REAL LIFE, AND THIS SCENE MAKES HIM SEEM LIKE A MONSTER. THE FILM MAKES LENNON SEEM LIKE A WHINNY HOMOPHOBIC ANGRY MESS, AND THERE IS NO DELVING INTO WHY LENNON AND SUTCLIFFE WERE SO COMPATIBLE AND DEEPLY CLOSE AND CARING FRIENDS. SUTCLIFFE WAS A GENTLE ARTIST, HE SOON TIRED OF THE ROCK AND ROLL LIFE, AND WAS A DEEP THINKER, INTELLIGENT, AND CARING. ANY BIO BOOK ON HIM CLEARLY STATES THAT, AND HIS FRIENDS AND THE BEATLES HAVE MADE MANY QUOTES ABOUT HIS TRUE CHARACTER. THIS FILM IS RUBBISH AND MAKES HIM OUT TO BE A JERK WITH NO REASON TO BE A MOODY JERK.THE PERFORMANCE BY DORFF AND IAN HART ARE GREAT, BUT THE SCREENPLAY IS GARBAGE. DONT WASTE YOUR TIME ON THIS ONE,AND IF YOU WANT TO SEE A MORE REALISTIC VERSION OF SUTCLIFFE, WATCH THE TV BIOPIC CALLED "LENNON".
Paula R (kr) wrote: Michael, every movie your in is never dull. Your cute, funny and just great in your movies, thanks for all the entertainment throughout the years!
Stuart K (ag) wrote: Directed by Mario Van Peebles (Posse (1993) and Panther (1995)), this film grew out of a rejected draft screenwriter Thomas Lee Wright did for The Godfather Part III (1990), Wright rejigged the plot with fellow writer Barry Michael Cooper to have it take place during the crack cocaine wars in 1980's New York. It's a powerful film, which has the structure blaxploitation films did, only it's brought kicking and screaming into the 1990's. In 1986, Nino Brown (Wesley Snipes) has a gang called the Cash Money Brothers, who within no time at all, become the dominant gang for drug dealing, and Brown takes control of an apartment block called the Carter, which with help from right hand man Gee Money (Allen Payne) and enforcer Duh Duh Man (Bill Nunn), they turn into a crack house. Meanwhile, New York Police Detective Scotty Appleton (Ice-T) wants to infiltrate Brown's gang, and he does so with help from police informant Pookie (Chris Rock), but this is a dangerous world to be in, and there's a lot of suspicion going around, but Scotty gains Brown's trust, but it's shaky. It's a very violent but engaging film, which is a good time piece of what urban New York was like back in the 1980's, it's a timepiece then. Peebles manages to get the best from his cast, and it owes a lot to Scarface (1983), which influenced this whole culture.
Dimitris S (us) wrote: Kaurismaki's perfection of the 90's.Outinen is a goddess,convincing me that acting is silence,a soundproof collision merged into shattering pieces.Those pieces glued in the trembling-vengeful heart of Iris.Aye,and hard laboring.
Dave J (ag) wrote: Thursday, June 28, 2012 (1978) Tough To Kill SPAGHETTI ADVENTURE/ WAR DUBBED Directed by Joe D'Amoto known for directing a great portion of low budget erotic horror films has him involved with a semi- war movie that has Martin( Luc Merenda ) joining a group of mercenaries for the purpose of bringing a specific someone among their regiman to collect a 1 million bounty on his head which the major soon finds out upon going on a mission. The ending can be seen a mile away by going thorugh some minor racial boundaries to satisfy skeptics making it overall almost pointless! 2 out of 4
Walter M (br) wrote: [font=Century Gothic]"Violette" is a passable movie wherein director Claude Chabrol adds a few curveballs to his usual straightforward style in telling the story of Violette(Isabelle Huppert), a teenager in the 1930's, who hangs out with her friend Maddy(Lisa Langlois). Bored with the routines of the working class existence in her parents'(Stephane Audran & Jean Carmet) apartment, she turns to get what she wants by lying, stealing and prostituting herself. In return, she contracts syphilis from a medical student(Fabrice Luchini). However, her ineffectual parents still think of her as the little girl she once was, not that far in the past. But people change, children very rapidly which includes Violette who is now standing on the cusp of adulthood. This is a state of transition enunciated by having an adult actress in the title role which also ensures that nobody gets arrested.[/font]
Luke F (mx) wrote: A solid film but nothing spectacular. I have rewatched it a few times and I haven't regretted doing so. The cast is stellar and tells a fascinating story.