O Homem Que Não Dormia

O Homem Que Não Dormia

In a small town in the countryside, five people are assailed by the same terrible nightmare. The arrival of a miserable pilgrim will break out the internal conflict in which they live, determining a rupture in their lives.

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Chad M (es) wrote: When you have funny people, you have a funny movie. The only thing that isn't funny is how many times I peered at my watch wondering when it will end.

Daniel M (nl) wrote: Ok film about a tragic event in history

Alexander P (ca) wrote: So funny, great film, not quite as good as 1 and 2 but the cameo from Stallone is quality and the production values have been upped. Really good laugh and fun

Triy O (br) wrote: I've watched this so many times, it's hard not to like it. It's a really great movie that really shows a true African-American family, going through hardships, struggle and heartbreak all in one as they all team up together to heal wounds as the leader of the pack died, it's pretty amazing. I loved it.

Rees R (es) wrote: A nutshell Review : I love it!

Bill A (ag) wrote: Not nearly as funny as it was when I was a kid, but Bobcat's schtick never gets old with me.

Doctor S (jp) wrote: Successful entry in the Hammer horror vault due to very artful direction by Brian Clemens who also wrote the intelligent script. Kronos (Horst Janson), he of the too-tight trousers and too-short tunic, arrives in a village where young women are found in the forest with withered faces, drained of life. Is this the work of a new species of vampire? Hunchbacked professor Grost (John Cater) and wild beauty Carla (Caroline Munro) accompany Kronos as he roots out this menace in the 18th century.There are many violent acts but interestingly very little is shown onscreen, apart from a fairly competently staged sword duel. Instead we see the aftermath - blood dripping down a lampshade or a basket of broken eggs carried by a victim - which doesn't give much of a visceral thrill but I appreciated its unusual cerebral style. I also liked how the identity of the vampire(s) are not who you might suspect at first, so the surprise ending was genuinely a surprise!

James C (it) wrote: Impressive graphics and special effects, plus affable characters make this worth seeing.