Forty years ago a supernatural force vanquished Brooke and Rhea, a sexy lipstick lesbian couple, after they committed an inconceivable murder. Now, on New Year's Eve, they'll rise from the dead. Still hot and still a couple, they're back as vampires. Enamored with their newfound power, it's no longer a question of whether they will kill again, but of how.
- Stars:Sophie Monk, Anya Lahiri, Scout Taylor-Compton, Justin Shilton, Patrick Renna, Danny Woodburn, Charles Napier, Angela Lindvall, Marshall Manesh, Gina Gallego, Electra Avellan, Jennifer Tung, Stephen Taylor, Stephanie Hodes, Mark Hodos,
- Director:Ron Carlson,
- Writer:Ron Carlson
New Year's Eve, 1969: While driving on the Pearblossom Highway, a lesbian couple encounters the creator of the universe. Laid to rest for 40 years, the women wake up on New Year's Day as reborn creatures. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(de) wrote: Great access to the man with a lot of historical figures and footage. But after seeing the film, I don't feel I have any greater appreciation for the man than before I saw it.
(ru) wrote: An unbelievable story--the imagery is brilliant. As an imprisoned Iranian poet is released and struggles to reclaim his life, the poems he has written come to life around him. Stunning
(fr) wrote: Loved it. Touched all the right nerves and as long as you can suspend belief that Scarlet Johannson is a head zoo keeper then it's a perfect feel good movie.
(br) wrote: Modern Kung Fu at its finest
(it) wrote: I'm finding it difficult to write about Strange Days because, while I really do admire and like it, I have to acknowledge that it suffers from numerous narrative problems that keep it from being truly brilliant. The film has a very complex plot that's impossible to summarize in one or two sentences, but essentially it's a neo-film noir with science-fiction elements. Everything is in place here for the film to be amazing, but it tries to juggle so many parts at the same time: plot lines, characters, themes, and politics. And it doesn't always do it successfully. The third act pushes a lot of its character developments and arcs to the side in frantic attempt to bring all its plot lines and elements together, which it doesn't do very well. As a result, the film's reach is often further than it's grasp. Still, Strange Days is far from a failure. The film is filled with many creative ideas, big thrills, and emotional depth. The latter is due to outstanding performances from Ralph Fiennes and Angela Bassett. Not only do they do great work onscreen, but they script has given them three-dimensional well rounded characters to play. They are the heart of this film and it's a pleasure to watch them onscreen. Meanwhile Kathryn Bigelow gives excellent directions and keeps the pace quick and the film always interesting. There are moments of true genius. So while the film isn't always successful, it's still one I'm very happy that I saw.
(fr) wrote: He seguido siempre que he podido la carrera de Willem Dafoe porque siempre est convincente haga el papel que haga
(mx) wrote: I remember being scared to death of this movie when I first saw it. I was probably six... Now when I watch it, I can't get past Corey Haim's goofy facial expressions. Still a decent movie for what it is.
(fr) wrote: This is so good. Kinetic fight scenes, lots of comedy & some outrageous situations.
(ag) wrote: Working with true legends of the Western genre the film puts together a fun ride, but definitely a product of its time. The movie could be considered a road picture in a sense, but also a typical revenge action movie, but with less emphasis on the hate of revenge and more like an Arthurian quest in a way. It might be hard to watch today, especially with a truly amazing remake, but it is worth the view for fans of classic Westerns and John Wayne fans.
(ag) wrote: I disagree with those who say this film whitewashes slavery. I found scenes where Amanda finds out she is a slave and slave auction among the most moving I have ever seen in the cinema. The film clearly shows that light skinned women were highly prized in the slave market to be used for sexual reasons. One only has to think what would have happened had someone like Bond not bought her. Sidney Pointier's character clearly shows that slaves didn't identify with the masters even those that treated them well. This picture was a moving experience.
(kr) wrote: A bizarre thriller with terrific twists, good plot and a talented cast.
(br) wrote: lawrence vs devito, great