Pepi, Luci, Bom and Other Girls Like Mom
Pepi is raped by the policeman who catches her growing marijuana in her apartment. She seeks revenge by getting his masochist wife to leave him.
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Pepi, Luci, Bom and Other Girls Like Mom torrent reviews
Leah L (kr) wrote: Mixed feelings. Started off strong, but sort of fell apart in the second half. Great performance by Sam Rockwell, as usual, but not worth seeing.
John M (au) wrote: This film has only one flaw: its length. There is very little in here that doesn't work beautifully; there's just too much of it.
Shane H (fr) wrote: Beautiful film, one of Tom Cruise's best. Unfortunately underrated
Adam F (kr) wrote: I have fun hating this movie.
The Critic (fr) wrote: Not quite as lively as previous installments, this offering does, however, provide the occasional chuckle, with some effective jokes and even a snappy one-liner or two. The cast are as good as fans of the franchise have come to expect and certain moments, such as the final scene (a wedding), make it worth sitting through at least once.
Jaime R (de) wrote: Now this is the kind of film that comes to my liking.
Jack G (ag) wrote: What a twist! Not sure how I felt about that still, even hours after the movie has ended. The film shows off Browning's given power of horror-stylization, of taking its 2009 audience off-guard from expecting camp and delivering some chills and, yes, even some appropriately creepy fake bats flapping around. I also LOVED that Lugosi didn't say a word through the movie... that is, until that last scene, which to be fair is hilarious if only for what Lugosi's character said. But, ultimately, it amounts of a beautifully mounted, Gothic Scooby Doo episode with Lionel Barrymore as a not-quite-camp-not-too-serious Van Helsing rip-off. It's fun, but Dracula is WAY better, regardless of what you may have heard.
Andy P (jp) wrote: In a day where demotions and layoffs happen daily, the tragedy in Emil Jannings' superb and emotionally telling performance is perhaps even more potent than it has ever been, his facial expressions commanding the movie so well that the absence of title cards never leaves us wondering as to what is going on.
Robert M (au) wrote: I thought it was very original.