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Maléfique is a funny movie of Alexandre Charlot (scenario), Franck Magnier (scenario), François Cognard (idea). The released year of this movie is 2002. You can check list actors in this movies torrent, such as Gérald Laroche, Philippe Laudenbach, Clovis Cornillac, Dimitri Rataud, Didier Bénureau, Félicia Massoni, Geoffrey Carey, Paul-Alexandre Bardela, Boris Lutz, Nelson Jourdan, César Castagné-Favali, Yves Arnault, Benjamin Haddad, Thierry Cazal, Olivier Bouana. There are many categories, such as Mystery. This movie was rated by 6.4 in This is really a good movie to watch. The runtime of this movie are awesome, about 90 minutes. DeGea is good uploader, he is very lovely. You should spend more time to watch this movie. If we must use one word to describe about this movies torrent, I think it should be 'Awesome', so what is your opinion. Do you know what are users? ChimTo is the best. I don't fight my Galaxy screen. Share this movies torrent to support us . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Adam F (de)

On Dvd, November 23, 2013). It's not great but it's a "bad movie" done with flair and passion. I say check it out. and it needed to take a lot less seriously than "It" does. . . I do think that a movie did need to be made about a killer clown. It's often childish, goofy and there's only one real joke that gets repeated over and over but they pull it off well. It feels pointless writing about and recommending this movie to people because you already know from looking at the cover and reading the title if it's something you're interested in. These two elements didn't take away that much from me, but it's worth noting. I can't say much about it, but I found it to be too conventional and a letdown. The second element I take umbrage to is the ending, which is really abrupt. I can get past bad acting, but only to a certain extent. It sounds like nitpicking because this was never going to be an academy award winner, but it really could have been more than just a goofy cult film if everyone was playing it straight and really dedicated to their roles. Often it isn't very good and the performers come off as real amateurs. First is the acting. I have two marks against the movie. I'll admit that it's a gimmicky movie because it is all about seeing killer clowns but this movie doesn't have any illusions of grandeur or ulterior motives, so it works. There's just something about seeing all of the practical effects that would not have worked if this movie had been made nowadays, with CG out the wazoo. I actually enjoyed just looking at the movie, seeing all of the little details put into the clown costumes and seeing all the little nods to real-life clowns in the weapons and the spaceship. Each clown is unique, memorable and distinct and the special effects, while dated (something inevitable considering this was made in 1988) still hold up pretty well. The movie is often darkly funny (the shadow puppets was probably my favorite) and actually looks really good considering its budget. As mentioned earlier, they have a nice variety of clown-themed weapons they use to kill people, some of which are pretty inventive. do we stand a chance against these killer klowns from outer space?Let's face it, you're not seeing this movie for any other reason than to see creepy clowns attacking people and there's plenty of that. . . Killer balloons, man-eating popcorn, acidic cream pies, deadly shadow puppets, cotton candy cocoons. The authorities don't believe their claims that the town is being besieged by these creatures and soon, everyone is being stalked by these red-nosed fiends. Once inside, they discover that it's actually a space-ship piloted by carnivorous clown-like aliens. When they investigate the location of the crater, they instead discover what looks like a circus tent. While up at their town's makeout point, Mike (Grant Cramer) and Debbie (Suzanne Snyder) spot something falling from the sky. Well, it certainly delivers what it promises and as a goofy horror comedy, that leans waaaay more in the direction of laughs than chills, it's plenty of fun. "Killer Klowns from Outer Space"

Jason B (mx)

Awesome, awesome, awesome

Jason R (br)

an interesting premisise but boring as hell

Kerby H (ru)

Not bad by any means, just not superb. It's kinda funny, kinda dumb, and overall it's sub-par

Maximus G (au)

This movie so bad I can't even rate it!!!!

Nancy F (de)

In the end it's a romance, but one that is deeply felt. Some moments were clich and some questions were left unanswered. More hard hitting and intense than I thought it would be

Paul J (us)

hild transcends the empirical dimension!. not recommended for atheists

Private U (ca)

. . . with fantastic carnatic songs. . . . . . . A great movie

Robert H (kr)

Apparently Bruce Willis spent approximately $1 million of his own money to help excrete this cheap adaptation of a wonderful book. They would have saved a lot of money if they defecated directly upon the book instead

Sean C (de)

It was entertaining enough, but I think I actually may have liked the sequel, Return of Count Yorga better. I didn't really think this movie was that great. I don't know