My Babysitter's a Vampire

My Babysitter's a Vampire

"My Babysitter's a Vampire," a comedic spin on pop culture vampires and scary movies in general, tells the story of three teens who believe their new babysitter is a real bloodsucking creature of the night -- and it's now up to them to rid their sleepy little town of the menace.

A teenager discovers the girl hired to look after his little sister is a vampire. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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C J (ag) wrote: He was seriously funny....

Jillian L (mx) wrote: This movie was absolutely fascinating. It highlights the struggles between men and women in varying ways. You have the obvious one of the fact that Albert is actually a woman. But also, the relationship between Mia Wasikowska and Aaron Taylor-Johnson's characters is also interesting. Basically, by the end of this movie, I was like shit, women can't win. The acting is brilliant on all ends. Glenn Close carries this one like the pro she is, and this is undeniably one of her best roles. Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Mia Wasikowska, and Janet McTeer round out this cast extremely well. The cinematography is understated, simple, and works perfectly. Overall, this is a sad movie that is driven by brilliant acting.

Tim S (fr) wrote: The Hidden, a Jack Sholder-directed 80's sci-fi fest, is about as entertaining as one would hope it to be. The film can be quite disgusting at times with the marvelous special effects put to good use in it... not to mention the very fine cast on display. The ending is a bit too soft, but the journey there is well worth taking. Basically, a body-switching alien runs amock in Los Angeles, killing everyone in it's way, and the cops are hot on his trail. Unfortunately, the softer aspects of the story keep it from being a real masterpiece. It gets too mushy at times without really caring about what it's being mushy about. Regardless, if you enjoyed Nightmare on Elm Street Part 2's subtleties and performances, then there's a good chance you'll enjoy this one, as well.

Marvin B (nl) wrote: An overrun corporate drama with a broken narrative.

Sean B (mx) wrote: Eh... Not terrible, but not great. I gave it extra points since it was based on actual events...

Jens T (jp) wrote: Hany Abu-Assad's Paradise Now is an amazing film that takes us deep into the Palestinian society, where every one is portrayed as human beings. Roger Ebert said something clever to some one who criticized him for "humanizing those animals". Ebert replied that by calling them animals they think exactly the way we think about them. It's not a movie that chooses a side, but it certainly shows us that these are not the monsters, but humans with all the emotions intact, with their fears and doubts.We follows two young palestinian mechanics and best friends, Said and Khaled, who both have decided to enlist as suicide bombers to bomb Israeli targets in Tel-Aviv by dressing up like Israeli civilians, wearing black suits. But the plan doesn't goes as planned, when they trying to sneak out via the border fence, and they run in different directions to hide from the israeli guard patrol. It's a crazy day, and it's seems like their mission isn't going to be pulled off, while the the two friends try to find where the other person is. They might even have a second thought about the whole operation.This film is a great study of the human mind, and the inner conflicts they have because of their insecureness about their mission. But it's also kind of surprising that these two ordinary men, with an ordinary job, who seems not to be very religious, who sits in the sun, smoking on a water pipe and drinking tea, becomes suicide bombers in the first place. Every character is three dimensional, every one has empathy for each other, and even ask questions about the situation and the conflict itself. Paradise Now also has some funny moments. like when Khaled is giving his speech in a video statement, and the camera man have forgotten to record it. Or when Khaled is complaining about the tape around his body is to tight, when the fact is that they are never going to take them off anyway. This comical undertone destroys the myth of the well organized evil terror network. What a genius film that gives us the palestinians point of view, and how bad the situation really is. The acting is absolutely superb with real blood, sweat and tears, with great dialogues and realistic outbursts. This is truly the best film about the Israeli-Palestine conflict. Thumbs up.

Juande V (ru) wrote: A delightfully absurd movie, really enjoyable.

Adrienne L (kr) wrote: Paltrow and Affleck play off each other in this drama with a certain understated charm. She's a single mother and he is a recovering alcoholic who might have inadvetently caused her husband's death. Its a slow movie but definitely worth the effort (in my opinion).

Nate R (ag) wrote: I hadn't seen this in a long time. I thought that it was good, but I don't remember it being that good!

Jason S (ru) wrote: I've been told to watch this for so long and now that I have I don't know that it lives up to the hype. It was good but nothing amazing.

Sumanjit R (mx) wrote: This is a great film, often copyed from its still relatively unknown and very underrated. The acting is of the finest quality. Brilliant.

Brian S (jp) wrote: A neglected modern horror thriller movie. For some reasons, people don't talk about this movie to much, it's sort of hidden behind the gory blcokbusters of recent years. It's too bad, cause it's pretty good. I do admit, there are some over-used genre cliches in it, but the story is original and a fucking thrilling and disturbing situation. But I did find the beginning to be long, but once it get's going, the thrills just won't stop. And the motel settings remind me of Hitchcock's Psycho (1960). And Kate Beckinsale is just terrific in her role. Recommended !!