Starting with The Wolf Man (in 1941), Universal Studios made five movies featuring The Wolf Man, a character portrayed by Lon Chaney, Jr. Monster by Moonlight! explores these movies. Rick ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Monster by Moonlight! The Immortal Saga of 'The Wolf Man'
Starting with The Wolf Man (in 1941), Universal Studios made five movies featuring The Wolf Man, a character portrayed by Lon Chaney, Jr. Monster by Moonlight! explores these movies. Rick ...
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Anders A (us) wrote: Futuristic society where elite manufactored DNA is way superior than human-born. Not far from 1984, Equlibrium or Brazil in its world-view, yet still relevant for whats gonna crash our realm.
Generoso F (ru) wrote: No last minute heroics here or cheering crowds...This film is a very nasty expose into the world of professional football carried by a strong performance from young Nick Nolte. The script by Peter Gent is honest and sidesteps the usual false comradeship of other sports films as it shows the win at all costs attitude of owners that lead to rampant drug use and injury. The film only stumbles with the stiff performances of Dayle Haddon and some of the athlete/actors but it is still a groundbreaking film that deserves another look.
Steve D (de) wrote: One of Newmans best. A interesting and engaging film
Leo B (it) wrote: A great date movie. Told from both men and women's point of view about dating and relationships, you get a better understanding about how the other side thinks. It will make you laugh and cry all the way till the end of the movie. A must see for romantics everywhere!!!!!!!!!!!!!!