A female nurse desperately tries to hide her feelings of necrophilia from her new boyfriend, but still has pieces of the corpse of the first movie's hero in her possession. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
A female nurse desperately tries to hide her feelings of necrophilia from her new boyfriend, but still has pieces of the corpse of the first movie's hero in her possession.
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Renee L (es) wrote: This film is bizarre and wonderful. The acting is phenomenal, and the characters are strange. Robert Longstreet is a versatile and talented actor. What is it about remote rural areas that is so haunting? I suppose it is all the things that can be hidden there and kept secret for a very long time, only to return at the least expected moments, much like brother Cornelius. Don't analyze it - the movie puts all its cards on the table. Don't look for holes in the plot. Just let the weirdness, the pain, and the healing wash over you.
Neha S (ca) wrote: Better than Golmaal 2. Din like Shreyas stammering...Kunal n Arshad r great. Tusshar is good as far as he dun speak ;) Full timepass ....
Kurt B (kr) wrote: The first thing that needs to be taken into account when watching this film is that this is a sequel to the Asylum version of War of the Worlds and not the Spielberg version. As speculated in the title of the film the alien?s come back for another go at harvesting some human blood but in this movie our hero, C. Thomas Howell (who plays Jim Halsey in The 1986 version of The Hitcher) allows himself to be captured to rescue his son who is onboard the mother ship. The film starts with a sequence of the alien?s landing and kidnapping some humans, it was nice to see that the special effects had increase since the first film even thought this has half the budget of the first and that the alien machines known as tripods actually have three legs in this where as they had four in the first one. C. Thomas Howell is defiantly the linchpin in the film; his acting is brilliant he holds the film together even when it?s going through some poor moments. There were some parts of the film where I really liked the music used in certain situations but then it could just turn round and make a scene look like a joke. I think the whole plot of the film was a brilliant idea and some of the directing was great, the only thing letting this down is that most of the acting is terrible only being saved by Thomas Howell. I found the film fun though and not bad at all for an Asylum production and C. Thomas Howell?s first directional effort.
Arto K (mx) wrote: A rather impressive portrayal of the lives and loneliness of several people living in a soulless tower block neighbourhood in Tallinn, Estonia. Full of black humour, but with a small silver lining at the end.
David M (es) wrote: One trekkie movie was enough for me thank you. The first one was pretty good.
Juan C (ru) wrote: one of my all time favorites!!! Justin Kirk & Randy Becker are such hotties!!!
Miguel R (fr) wrote: While it's enjoyable and funny at times, 101 Dalmations is not the smartest of Disney films
Mark N (ag) wrote: Pretty weak sauce but fun to see Linda Blair and Nielsen on the same set camping up the Exorcist.
Juan B (es) wrote: this movie is a weird dark comedy filled with incest
Oscar T (es) wrote: Horror ochentero que ha envejecido mal, muy mal.
Tina S (de) wrote: What is more unrealistic, Steve Martin's nose or Daryl Hannah being an astronomer?
Michael G (ca) wrote: Brother Orchid is an uneven and odd movie from the Warner Bros. gangster stable. Edward G. Robinson plays the likable little tough guy who gets chiseled out of his racket by a one-dimensional performance by Humphrey Bogart. The first half of the movie plays like a gangster comedy that's not without its charms but the second half when a presumed dead Robinson hides out at a flower-growing monastery takes on this dramatic, Lost Horizonesque quality that's enjoyable enough, but just sort of left me bewildered. Robinson and Bogart play their trademarked (at the time for Bogart, at least) roles and Ann Southern did the dizzy blonde thing perfectly. Ralph Bellamy was actually a standout. Brother Orchid definitely isn't required viewing but fans of Edward G. and Bogart but it's not to be avoided either.
Cicily G (kr) wrote: Love the Downey acid trip and the Downey sandwich-making scene.
Glen O (es) wrote: I N T E N S E. Police dramas are hard to come by. This one's a good pick.
Van W (ca) wrote: Works well as a smartly and tightly scripted generic chase film with little substance. The climax is deftly handled with no extraneous dialogue, just the glances of the actors. Lellouche puts in a winning performance as the average Joe, or Samuel, in the case.
Jason K (ag) wrote: One Of the Best animated movies I Have Seen Because the animation Is extremely pretty,The Characters Are Very Likable,The Songs Are Catchy,And The Voice Acting Is Spot OnDefinitely Recommended
Bruno D (mx) wrote: Where the Wild Things are is a movie thats based of the children's book of the same name. This movie is about a boy who after getting into an argument with his mother he runs off and discovers (imagines) an island full of Wild Things. This movie captures the essence of child hood perfectly. The monsters are a persona of each of Maxs feelings and situations and perfectly captures how a lot of us were and felt when we were younger. The movie is rather dark for a kids movie yet has its lighthearted moments but the movies color pallet has its dark colors which fits great with the movies tone of moody and depressing. This movie surprisingly has a lot of emotion behind it and had a lot of tear jerker moments. The visuals are excellent with cgi as well as puppetry that make up the creatures. Overall Its a good movie to watch if you were ever read the book as a child as well as just an al around entertaining and fun yet sad movie. While it doesn't exactly go beat by beat of what occurs in the books its none the less a good adaptation for kids of today to enjoy as well as the adults who were read the book in their youth. 4/5