Molly McKay is a profoundly autistic twenty-something woman who has lived in an institution from a young age following her parents' death in a car accident. When the institution must close due budget cuts, Molly is left in the charge of her neurotypical, older brother, Buck McKay, an advertising executive and perennial bachelor. Buck allows her to undergo an experimental medical treatment, with unexpectedly drastic results.

A bachelor becomes the unwilling guardian of his autistic, retarded sister; then an experimental treatment works a dramatic change in her brain and his attitude. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Molly torrent reviews

Ben D (au) wrote: A riveting, powerful drama that captures your attention in an iron grip and never lets go.

Nalindra F (ca) wrote: A simple yet highly entertaining film :)

Paul J (jp) wrote: The negative reviews are more of a opinion on the American President's policies than on the reality of the current environment which is that the Muslim extremists are the prime culprit of terrorism around the the world. And it's a hell of an action movie!

Ed C (kr) wrote: I think this is an improvement over the 5th movie, but I don't like it as much as I like the first 4 movies. It is still a worthy sequel and it's a nice set up for the finale.

Heather M (gb) wrote: The cast was good, but the story was very strange.

Angie C (it) wrote: I really liked this documentary.

Michael K (br) wrote: one of my "nun" movies. loved to watch it on KSTW when they'd show it weekend afternoons.

mike d (ru) wrote: Wow...this is quite a find!...extremely misleading title though!....the title Planet of the Vampires does a great disservice to this movie...because if your 1) Searching for a vampire biting of the neck type of a thing here, you will not find it...or are 2) Completely put off by anything with the word vampire in it...that will also completely mislead you too...because the movie is many, many things.a lot of people seem to reckon this was a huge influence on riddley scott's Alien....which you can definitely see in it...and also The Thing....and at times it feels like Forbidden Planet. Its a very inspiring movie....the shots are great and the editing is great too.

Momin K (de) wrote: Quinn doesnt let anything get dull

Billy P (ag) wrote: Infamy, infamy. They've all got it in for me. You have to love Kenneth Williams as Julius Caesar.

monsieur r (mx) wrote: Slow paced thriller of interesting proportions, this one is made quite well. Mary Steenburgen stars in 3 roles as an out-of-work actress who accompanies Roddy McDowall to an isolated house for an audition that takes a horrifying twist. A wealthy handicap and assistant McDowall want to use the captive as a look alike whom they've already killed. Her first shock is to wake up to find a finger missing. Director Arthur Penn of Bonnie and Clyde fame. And now for some critism from no less than Roger Ebert who gave this film a rotten. He wants to know why our hostage girl didn't notice the shoulder patches on her first encounter with local police to know where she was. Answer: She was sedated and thought she was saved, but the local police believe the story of the doctor making her seem crazy. Second, he found unreal a bag of goldfish would be offered for every 10 gallons of gas at a station, in the dead of winter no less. Well, he has a point there. Somebody thought that was supposed to be crazy I suppose. But the simple truth about this film is that its pretty good, filled with a dead woman's body that keeps showing up in plenty of scenes. Rigor Mortis should have set in long ago and this body was limber all the time. Putting our Swedish sounding doctor (?) in a wheelchair is scarry? Why do horror villians usually have accents? I guess the original Dracula did pretty well by it so the act continues. Also, the local cops are pretty lame and gullible. The good doctor puts on that patient doctor relationship act and they fall for it. Dead of Winter was rated R for profanity and violence, but I didn't hear any profanity unless it was edited out. Violence yes. In the final scene, our doctor can get around pretty well without his wheelchair has he climbs to the attic to get our heroine captive. All in all, this film has some issues but for the most part you get through it. Cast Mary Steenburgen (hostage victim, plays 3 roles) Mark Malone Roddy McDowall (villain) William Russ Jan Rubes Crew Production Designer: Bill Brodie Producer: John Bloomgarden Composer: Richard Einhorn Set Decorator : Mark S. Freeborn Art Director: Alicia Keywan Screenplay: Mark Malone Associate Producer: Michael MacDonald Editor: Rick Shaine Costume Designer: Arthur Rowsell Director: Arthur Penn (Bonnie and Clyde) Producer: Marc Shmuger Screenplay: Marc Shmuger Cinematographer: Jan Weincke

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