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Gabby T (au) wrote: This was a great movie you are upset because black people look good in it and it is a dance movie it is all about dance not the plot that like saying all action movies suck they are all about the fights so shut the hell up
Kristina K (gb) wrote: Sometimes in life you are not surprised by the outcome of the movie, but just wanna enjoy the beautiful acting and directing. This movie is a true master piece.
Marco L (us) wrote: Ahhhhhhhhh! Ahhhhhhhhh! Ahhhhhhhhh! Ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh! i love the horror genre... but... A total wast of my time. AVOID!!!!!
David F (mx) wrote: An outrageous howler of a film, this potboiler combines equal parts horror and gangster picture - the result is what should have been a campy cult classic. A vicious mobster is targeted for a rub-out by his old gang, starting a chain of events that causes a meek and tweedy college professor to fall into a life-threatening coma. In order to save his colleague, noted brain surgeon Karloff transplants the gangster's brain into the body of the professor! To make things even more interesting, Karloff learns that the hoodlum has hidden $500,000 away somewhere - in order to get his hands on it for his own noble purposes, he puts his convalescing friend into a hypnotic state, bringing out the gangster's persona (and his haircut!) in true Jeckyll and Hyde fashion. A minor macabre masterpiece, told as efficiently as a Swiss watch. However, Lugosi's is seriously miscast in a too-small role as a rival gangster.
Annukka P (br) wrote: ?h... Jokseenkin pehmopornosta siirrytn elokuvan toisella puoliskolla mit oudoimpiin juttuihin "kuolemanenkeleineen". Iknkuin lopulta olisi jo kyse aivan eri elokuvasta kuin alussa. Muutenkin aika kalseita roolisuorituksia jne jne. Voi tosin olla, ett en vain ymmrr ranskalaisia elokuvia.. Ylimrinen piste pit kuitenkin antaa siit lopun mahtipontisuudesta, joka oli oikeastaan jo todella huvittavaa.
Shawn W (ag) wrote: Long live the king!Once a year at Christmas time, my family and I anxiously dedicate twelve full hours of our lives to watch all three of the action packed Blu ray extended edition films of Peter Jacksons, The Lord of the Rings. We watch the first two films of the series, which tells the story of a band of heroes, who set off to destroy the ultimate evil threatening there very lives. Through a series of unfortunate events, they become separated and pulled into their own destinies. Building up to the third and final installment, The Return of the King, which comes forward with the most emotion, heroism and special effects in the trilogy. This final finale, bringing the first two films together, comes forth ultimately finishing the mission from the very beginning of destroying the unspeakable evil engulfing their world. The heir, to the throne of the kingdom of men, standing at the head an army of ghost mercenaries, who go on to destroy an entire army and save countless lives. An elf prince is seen with amazing skill, taking down a creature the size of a ten story building single handedly. A terrifying eight-legged nightmare, nearly killing the one who in the end ultimately saves the entire world. And finally that same hero, after all that he has been through is seen dangling above a chasm of fire, ready to give up all hope. But is saved by the love of his best friend. These are only a few of the breathtaking scenes viewed in this epic finale. From the battle of multiple armies to the final destruction of the ultimate evil forever, this film is a must see and brings an emotional but satisfying end to this unexpected journey.Ultimately, Peter Jackson does what he had aimed to do, that is to bring the trilogy of The Lord of the Rings to life in a beautiful way, taking the bestselling series into one of highest box office series of all time. The final movie of these classic legends comes to an awesome visual end, making audiences of all ages sit back in their seats and say, "Job well done".
Keegan K (es) wrote: Not exactly sure but I like the title...
Stuart K (ca) wrote: Nothing to do with Hammer Horror's long-running Dracula series, this one is actually closer in tone and structure to Hammer's Karnstein Trilogy, it's based on legends of a "Blood Countess" who lived in Hungary in the 17th Century, and that makes the setting for this gruesome but compelling tale. This has the elderly Countess Elisabeth Ndasdy (Ingrid Pitt) who has just inherited a castle from a relative, and she accidentally discovers that she can become young again if she bathes in the blood of young women. She gets the castle's steward Captain Dobi (Nigel Green) to assist in the kidnapping and murder of young girls from the area, in her youthful state, Elisabeth poses as her daughter Ilona Nadasdy (Lesley-Anne Down), who is being held in a house outside of town. The youthful Elisabeth falls for Lt. Imre Toth (Sandor Els, off Crossroads), but to keep the illusion that she is young, she needs more and more blood. Then, the castle historian Grand Master Fabio (Maurice Denham) learns of what is going on. It is a dark and brooding tale, through it has it's moments of Hammer silliness, but when the gore comes it's all good. Pitt gives a great performance both young and old. It does end a bit abruptly though, but alot of Hammer films did that.
Cody H (gb) wrote: I don't care if it got a rotten rating, this movie was freaking hilarious! Grade: B+
James T (nl) wrote: a great comedy for the comedy duo
Christian H (br) wrote: Solid cast and visuals but the plot just missed the mark as a modernized legend.
Tee C (ag) wrote: The script was deep with tough guy prohibition era slang making it hard to follow at times. Also enough characters to be confusing while being entertaining once it was more clearly obvious who each person was.