The story opens with two strangers Ben - a lazy drunkards and Alison - a reporter successful, without any common point in the life and ideals but are drunk in one bar and then they are on the bed together. The results is a living germ forming in the Alison Scott's stomach . She doesn't want to let go, but... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Mallory A (de) wrote: a movie too amused by its own quirky and cartoony elements to amount to much.
Lawrence B (it) wrote: Effective sequel to Danny Boyle's seminal 28 Days Later, with Juan Carlos Fresnadillo impressively crafting a solid follow-up with a new director and new cast. A sometimes careless script does let it down to fall short of its predecessor. Gory, gruesome and grim, its not for the faint-hearted.
Karon E (mx) wrote: This movie is powerful and must see for everyone!!!
Jeff R (ag) wrote: I have seen alot of stupid movies, this one takes the cake! the acting was so bad I wanted to gouge my eyes out, but somehow I managed to make it through to the end, George 'Buck' Flower's cameo was pretty useless it didn't fit in, the ending was not a surprise at all, at the end of the film there was a trailer for this movie that was pretty much fcked up called "Dr.Jekyll's Dungeon of Death"! If I can find the trailer I'll post it and you could see how bad it is!
Jason B (mx) wrote: This movie had a few ups and downs but is generally a storytelling and editing wreck. There is not a whole lot going for it. While there are interesting moments, including some guerrilla film-making as Jack Nicholson managed to find a campus riot to film and edit into the story.
Camille M (mx) wrote: In my opinion, this is the best western ever made. It's not shown nearly enough on TV. The storyline is great, there is action, adventure, heartache, comedy, and romance all rolled into what is actually an inspirational story of determination and the true grit of women in the 1850s. One of the best movies ever made.
Trey L (ag) wrote: Very little actual screen time for the monster, but the film has great atmosphere... and Oliver Reed is surprisingly effective as a Spanish werewolf! Trivia: Early in the film, a servant of the Marques is played by Desmond Llewellyn (Q from the James Bond series).
Ellen G (ca) wrote: Ikke drlig, bare kjedelig.
John S (mx) wrote: Doris has missed out on life. Closing in fast on retirement age, she is the poster girl for "spinster": a single, hoarding, cat lady, stuck in her late mother's house, dealing with a thankless job, boorish family, and various underlying obsessive disorders. Oh, by the way, this is a comedy.As the quirky Doris, Sally Field doles out a juicy performance that requires a delicate balancing act, veering from unstable senior to crush-filled high-schooler. Jumping off the pages of her teenage yearbook, Doris finds meaning in a seemingly unhealthy infatuation with the new office boy toy.With the help of a precocious teen, she manages to stalk her prey on Facebook, and slowly, infiltrate her way into her future love's life. Dresses in vintage chic, and carrying a devil may care attitude, she quickly ingratiates herself to the younger set. It's a tough act to pull off, but Field manages it without stumbling into parody.The chase is certainly entertaining, and only crosses the absurdist line in a few of fantasy sequences. It's a fun ride, that doesn't skimp on harsh realities.- hipCRANK