Mannen från Mallorca

Mannen från Mallorca

In Stockholm, on St. Lucy's feast day, a bandit daringly robs a crowded post office. Within a fortnight, two witnesses are dead. Two cops from vice squad, Johansson and Jarnebring, who were...

In Stockholm, on St. Lucy's feast day, a bandit daringly robs a crowded post office. Within a fortnight, two witnesses are dead. Two cops from vice squad, Johansson and Jarnebring, who were... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Eduard E (ru) wrote: Perdita di tempo!!!!

Brandon O (fr) wrote: Generic slasher script. This movie actually gets worse and worse the further you get into it.

jessica p (ag) wrote: I'm sorry but those parents are far creepier than the kids. Bleh.

Kara H (es) wrote: Oh how sweet. Loved.

Mohammed A (us) wrote: It's good movie to watch

Cosme F (ru) wrote: Is one of the greateast romantic-comedy of all time

Sarfara A (ca) wrote: Lord of Illusions - horror film written and directed by Clive Barker. It is based on the short story called 'The Last Illusion'. Starring Scott Bakula, Famke Janssen, Kevi J. O'Connor. Film is about a magician cult-leader 'Nix' in the desert, who is rounded up by his former members led by 'Swann' for kidnapping a teenage girl for sacrifice. He's caught and buried deep under so that his body should never be found. 13 years later, the girl now adult 'Dorothea' (Famke) has married Swann - who's himself become a popular stage-illusionist in Los Angeles. But their fear still lives on - what if Nix crawls out of the grave? After mysterious death of colleague of Swann - he feels suspicious about the circumstances under which he was killed. Swann hires the New York based private-investigator D'Amour (Bakula) to investigate the murder. D'Amour has strong interest in subject of 'cult', and often he suffers from demonic illusions and exorcism that he once witnessed. On a stage-show where Dorothea and D'Amour also join Swann dare to attempt an impossible illusion, in which he dies before their eyes. D'Amour's swift and thorough investigation unlocks the dark mystery in the magician world. I remember this film (but not its title then) from 1996 - shown by my elder brother. The only scene that I remember of this film was the onstage horrific death scene of 'Swann'. Actors are average with respect to their acting style, which not to be considered amateurish at all. Barker uses fair use of music-composition as well as photography to increase scare-factor. Due to mediocre budget the film carries undeveloped 'special-effects' - nevertheless these scenes were attentively chosen.

WS W (ru) wrote: Fair, although I remember it felt better when first watching back then.

Alexandra W (au) wrote: I don't care what anyone says, and I don't care how much some of it drags, and I don't care how preposterous/stupid it is, and I don't care how the ending is more of a "guess we're done" rather than a satisfying "the end." I love this movie and have watched my VHSed-from-TV copy many times. Madeline Khan rules, Cybill's the bomb, Burt Reynolds charmingly cannot sing at all, and Eileen Brennan should have been in every movie. Love it.

Bradley W (br) wrote: The Heartbreak Kid feels more like a predictable waste of time than a comedy. It has some funny moments with Ben Stiller, but he is so much better than crap like this.

Cody C (fr) wrote: A solid 3 out of 5 movie with a few 5 out of 5 ideas in it. Definitely worth watching.

Rodney E (nl) wrote: You really have to know what you're getting into with Herschell Gordon Lewis. His brand of gore and movie making takes me back to that drive-in that I never got to really go to. You have to appreciate the special effects for their time and you almost have to appreciate the acting. These movies are always fun.