Kathryn West, a glamorous American widow, arrives in Italy several weeks after the death of her older, extremely wealthy husband. With the help of Brian, her lawyer, Kathryn moves into a luxurious villa and proceeds to lead a lonely, uneventful existence until one day, a handsome young man named Peter Donovan shows up at the front gate, looking for tools so he can fix his sports car. Kathryn lets him stay the night, and the next thing she knows, she's madly making love to him in the shower. Peter eventually moves in, and is soon joined by a free spirit he introduces as Eva, his sister. Kathryn enjoys their company and partying with them - until she begins to suspect that Peter and Eva aren't what they seem to be.
Al M (ru) wrote: A rather cliche plot, less than stellar performances, and a lack of scares make Dead Souls a lame haunted house movie that will only serve to pass the time when nothing better is available.
WS W (gb) wrote: Formulaic, but fair.
Bee C (mx) wrote: 1 star for Jesse Metcalf due to his insane sexiness even while covered in blood and body lacerations while trying to act like his marbles are falling all over the place. Now for the movie WTF???!!!! its a hot mess from start to finish. Period. Oh and of course there is a full blown titty shot of a psycho hyper sexual chick who got slashed at the side of her face.
Adrian L (ca) wrote: A movie that doesn't know what it wants to be crossing all genres. The best segments are the songs played during the fight sequences, martial arts to Bolero!
ibisal (jp) wrote: Funny and original movie, also check out soundtrack, even better!
Maria C (it) wrote: Pelicula israeli muy interesante con una musica muy buena y con una reflexion muy linda para reivindicarte con la vida.
Drew R (mx) wrote: At times a bit hard to swallow, but otherwise average story about a father's love mixed in with some disabilities and great acting.
Adam U (ag) wrote: It was better then Club Dread .but not as good as Super Troopers
Tim L (es) wrote: actually the film I am referring to is the 2003 film by 'Beat' Takeshi Kitano. It looks great the story is compelling and the scene with Zatoichi's 'eyes' is hilarious.
Harim K (jp) wrote: despite having gregory peck and anthony quinn... totally predictable, cliche and unworthy of the two hours. i was hoping it would get better the entire time. it didn't.
Franois d (us) wrote: L'ambiance macabre du chateau est la meilleure sans doute jamais cree
Vadim D (br) wrote: One of Fred Astaire's best films. While it might be his work with Ginger Rogers that has entered the pantheon of film, It's his later pairings that I actually find more enjoyable, and this particular one is the best. Cyd Charisse is not only a fine dancer, but a great actress and comedienne. This is a great script and a great production that's out loud funny and greatly entertaining.
Jordan K (fr) wrote: As a critic, my goal is to be honest, be it brutally or truthfully. Most of my friends and colleagues praise Fantasia for its beauty and realism, for its soundtrack animation tie in, etc. I found Fantasia to be incredibly boring, aged, and slow paced, not having a real story and having most of its animation sequences unamusingly long.Fantasia has no real plotline. The concept is classical music pieces by Beethoven or Bach set to animation, or as our only talking character in the film, our conductor, calls it "what you may experience in your mind sitting in an opera house". Most of these pieces and animations are based on tales and some on real events, some with impressive animation for its time and some feeling forced. Nonetheless, Fantasia failed to amuse me. Even if it is considered one of the great animated films, it hasn't aged well at all. Even with impressively done colors soaring by in every scene, the slow pace is distracting and the sequences feel overly long. There is no story and little to no dialogue. Normally I don't mind little dialogue. Silent films can prove dialogue can be prevented and a film can be compelling and have a legitimate story. Fantasia just feels very personal in the eyes of Disney. He considered it his best work in his years of animating but it's a movie you either love or hate. The eyes that see it as a cinematic great are targetted closely. Its target audience following Snow White especially is complex. If it failed to amuse me then how would kids enjoy it? 60 years after the original, Fantasia 2000 was made not just to cash in on celebrity cameos but in a sense to recognize it is a family company, not just in the eyes of Walt, and make a sequel to appeal more to kids.
Juan P (us) wrote: Very funny, not politically correct but really down to earth and full of idiotic and raw humor.
Eric F (mx) wrote: Poor Jumper. It's better than people give it credit.
Thomas T (mx) wrote: Beautiful handwritten animation with a spectacular story is all that Tarzan delivers as another Disney accomplishment.
blanky a (ca) wrote: Cop Jack Grimaldi (Oldman) is as corrupt as they come, overseeing the police witness protection scheme by day while killing his charges, for the Mob, by night. He's also playing away from his wife (Sciorra) with the delicously nymphish Sheri (Lewis). So a job to terminate turn-tail hit-woman Olin shouldn't be a problem. But when he discovers she's a ball-busting Muscovite sex goddess with a killer pair of thighs, you just know he's in trouble. Medak's neo-noir uses vicious sex, crunching violence and a neck-breaking plot of cross and double-cross to sustain its ram-raid pace, only to crumble under the weight of its own excess. This is a battle-of-the-sexes movie played out at such a pitch of pervsity and amorality that it ultimately becomes rather laughable.