Little Shop of Horrors

Little Shop of Horrors

Seymour Krelborn is a nerdy orphan working at Mushnik's, a flower shop in urban Skid Row. He harbors a crush on fellow co-worker Audrey Fulquard, and is berated by Mr. Mushnik daily. One day as Seymour is seeking a new mysterious plant, he finds a very mysterious unidentified plant which he calls Audrey II. The plant seems to have a craving for blood and soon begins to sing for his supper.

This "the looniest, nuttiest, most outrageous movie musical comedy in years" centers on a skid-row florist's "mean green mother" of a monster plant that seems to have a craving for blood and soon begins to sing for his supper. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Ashkan Y (nl) wrote: A masterful piece which ties the lives of four important historical figures whose work forever changed the way we analyze/perceive life, in a virtual plot that in many ways stays true to all their individual work. Simply a masterpiece but not for the common Hollywood happy audience. Your appreciation for this movie directly depends on your knowledge and familiarity with these characters' work in real life.

Thais P (au) wrote: disappointing especially since i love hilary duff

Tim S (mx) wrote: Run Lola Run was an indie splash when it hit the scene back in 1999, but for all intents and purposes, it's a movie that no one really seems to be talking about anymore. It's unique film, that's for sure, but one that certainly requires some patience on the audience's part in order to get through it all. It's an excellent film that holds up very well today.

Alex V (au) wrote: As OK as it was I'm with Sophia on this, I can't stand that Shelly Long!!!!

Rosco B (gb) wrote: "Absolute Beginners" with added fisticuffs, anyone? Not quite, but a very, very eighties flick, and a bit of a visual and sonic treat; full of all the kinetic energy you'd expect from a Walter Hill film. Part musical, part actioner, it is undoubtedly a movie of little substance, but enough flair to make up for it - and I imagine this was the director's aim and reasoning all along. There's much in this fluorescent, fast moving flick to bring to mind Hill's earlier "The Warriors"(1979); the making-your-way-home plot, the recurring gang tussles, and particularly the incessant rock soundtrack which plays a part in echoing the narrative. Rookie lead Michael Pare even bears an uncanny resemblance to James Remar (Ajax in "The Warriors" and the head villain in "48 hrs.") and both films originally featured a sequence played out to Link Wray's classic "Rumble". Diane Lane, fresh from Coppola's 'Rumble Fish' and 'The Outsiders' was originally considered too young for the part by Walter Hill. Alas, she auditioned for him in black leather pants and high-heeled boots and he gave her the part. Fair play, mate. A young Willem Dafoe takes on chief baddie duties and looks even more vampiric than ever in his greasy teddy-boy hairdo and fetish clobber as "Raven Shaddock" (heh). Rick Moranis and Amy Madigan (in a tough ex-soldier role originally written for a male actor) lend charisma and plentiful snarky banter to the support. The rest of the cast is a treat for 80's retro-heads too: with several Hill regulars being joined by James Cameron stalwarts Rick Rossovich (as a dorky cop) and the irrepressible Bill Paxton (as a gurning barman sporting a superb pompadour and a missing tooth; due to him being biffed off the stage in the opening number). Flipping heck, Ed Begley, Jnr. even turns up! Anyone who remembers the early days of MTV with any kind of fondness or isn't aghast at the idea of mixing rock and roll with comic book violence could do worse than check this out. SPOILER ALERT: Bill Paxton does NOT die in this movie.

Alicia M (gb) wrote: My favorite Woody Allen movie. Absolute brilliance on every level. SIX stars out of five. :)

Jon C (ru) wrote: I don't know what Archer is talking about.

Cerise H (ca) wrote: The loveliest movie that I can think of, I bow to the way Ozu can frame beauty and to the wonderful Ms. Hara's smile.

Smashproplaya (gb) wrote: Might be good, but not funny

Chris F (us) wrote: This is as close to a Paul Thomas Anderson movie as you can get for 1955. Victor Mature wants to take his son swimming, alcoholic Richard Egan wants to bone the hot nurse in town who is being peeping tommed by the bank manager. Meanwhile 3 bank robbers come into town (Lee Marvin is one of them!) looking for the big score. Oh and Ernest Borgnine is AMISH!!!!!Final Score: Lee Marvin kills alcoholic's wife and wounds pervy bank manager, Victor Mature shotguns 2 of the 3 bank robbers and Lee Marvin gets shived OZ style with a pitchfork by Borgnine. Good times my friend, good times for all.Ironically, I watched this on a lazy sunday morning, not a violent saturday. I do still confuse Victor Mature with Tyrone Power though.