Perfect Creature

Perfect Creature

The vampire myth is given a stylish 1960s treatment, where a human cop partners with a vampire cop to stop a vamp bent on creating a war between the two "separate but equal" races.

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Leon B (ru) wrote: It could have been so awesome. The training scenes were fantastic with some corny backstory. All killed by the final action sequences.

Adrian Z (jp) wrote: An ample amount of patience would be required to get through this anthology of short films based on Tim Winton's stories. Visually lovely, most stories good, well executed, and thematically linked by loss and melancholy, but the pacing is so consistently languid - and the overall film is so long - it becomes rather boring.

Neha V (nl) wrote: Heart wrenching, could be disturbing for a few of u out there. Hoping whats shown does NOT happen in pakistan anymore.

Greg L (de) wrote: This movie is good not great. I don't know how I feel about parts of it. It is extremely offbeat.

Collette R (br) wrote: One of the best space movies I've seen in my lifetime! Old farts!!!! Still as handsome as ever :) Some cute comedy in it too!

Graham M (gb) wrote: Distinctive, though sometimes too surreal for its own good. Also, what a difference pronunciation makes: I kept hearing "princess" instead of "princes" and it really confused me!

alyss d (es) wrote: omg i love this movie

Alex r (mx) wrote: Decent Alien Rip-off, Xtro doesn't cover new ground in terms of alien themed horror films, but is a fun little B movie that boasts some memorable moments. However I have seen far better rip-off of Alien and Xtro though somewhat entertaining, leaves a lot to be desired in terms of what it could have been. I enjoyed the film for what it was, but felt it could have been a bit better. The performances were an aspect that could have greatly improved, however the gore effects is where the film excelled and they were quite good considering the budget of the film. Sci Fi horror fans may enjoy the camp value of Xtro, but they will surely feel that in terms of an Alien type horror yarn, it is a weak affair that is really only worth checking out once. Unlike its horrible sequels, this was actually quite entertaining and decent despite the fact that it was weak compared to others in this genre. The best way to view this film is as a guilty pleasure. The effects are the best thing about the film and it overcomes its slightly thin plot. Gore fans may enjoy I, but to those looking for great horror that is memorable and thrilling, you'll sadly be disappointed. This is a decent picture that delivers good effects, but leaves a lot to be desired from its weak plot. Expect something mildly amusing, and you may like it. I enjoyed the film, but I also felt it could have been much better as well, and there was plenty of room for improvement.

Luke E (br) wrote: Ever wanted to see a group of nuns try and hide their attraction to the rugged good looks of an english hunter in short shorts? Well then, this is your ticket.

Benjamin F (ru) wrote: The film is light and not dense. It is very well directed, but a little slow if you don't like music type films.

Kevin M W (de) wrote: Hal Ashby somehow manages to rein in the usual all-over-the-mapness of Peter Sellers to deliver this curious, restrained and delightful rumination on a modern day cypher, a blank who cheerfully accepts any definition ascribed to him. Jerry Kozinski's fable rocks as our Nowhere Man somehow stumbles into the very halls of power, into the White House, and all w/o a clue or a care. You decide what's really being said.

Jonn R (nl) wrote: I actually LOVE this movie. There are plenty of very bad things about it (acting,story, pseudo-science, sets), but they all add up to a very weird experience. The movie makes no normal logical sense, but, instead follows a fever-dream logic. Just let it wash over you. Like Teletubbies, it is oddly satisfying from this point of view.

Ryan V (it) wrote: Superb voice acting and great, retro animation make this one of DC's more enjoyable animated ventures.