Poison Ivy II
A young and naive college art student becomes obsessed with assuming the identity and personality of a departed coed who used to live in her room, and in so doing causes complications that result in two men, a student and her art professor, lusting after her.
- Stars:Alyssa Milano, Johnathon Schaech, Xander Berkeley, Belinda Bauer, Camilla Belle, Kathryne Dora Brown, Walter Kim, Victoria Haas, Tara Ellison, Mychal Wilson, Joey Krees, Kate Rodger, Howard Brown,
- Director:Anne Goursaud,
- Writer:Chloe King
Lily is a sheltered art student from Michigan going to school in California. She finds an apartment and her roommates aren't quite normal. One day she finds a box of items belonging to a ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Poison Ivy II torrent reviews
(au) wrote: It's about healing family And friends it's an independent film one of the best I've seen lately
(jp) wrote: This is a good movie even tho it takes place in a different universe than the show it was still enjoyable.
(ru) wrote: Blood Work is far from being among Eastwood's best works, but still it is good. I mean, Eastwood is great in this, the cast is strong, specially Daniels and Huston, and the story is interesting and so - so thrilling. I just think it needed to be a bit more suspenseful to be better.
(jp) wrote: ahhhh, i wanna see this!!!
(de) wrote: How does one's intelligence, however sharp and tough, counter the world of illness? As we are stripped off all our shields of protection, kindness and faith are the only options for any last creatural comforts. This is a sobering film about human frailty, limits of science and medicine, saving grace of human kindness, and an implicit longing for the divine.Emma Thompson's best performance as an artist. In the progression of the movie, we see that her worldly identity is stripped away. Her scholarly intelligence, implicit trust of medicine and science, stoic self-reliance, was finally laid bare to the comfortless isolation that modern men and women find ourselves in the end. There were no offspring or loved ones hovering around. But this fact only streamlined the narrative. By sidestepping the inquisition of the adequacy of human lineage, the story compels us to question the modern spirit held aloft and aloof above the biological, communal and ritual. For certain minds can not fully be absorbed and comforted by the weak milk of humankind. When such individual's finite life is delineated without the fuzzy warmth of cognitive delusions, the urge to be inserted into something infinite becomes imperative. She did think about the meaningfulness of her past as a scholar and a teacher, but she was mightily taught to suffer by her illness and unchecked inhumanity of scientific research. Being a scholar of poet John Donne has taught her to question the fear of Death, and welcome death as a "comma", a pause between here to hereafter. It is the simplest narrative opened the final gate to accept death and peace. We are the "runaway bunny", called back to home when we have tried to escape our bodily limitation as fish or birds, or being a scholar or being a experiment subject. For those of us, the greatest task is to envision and create our own eternal dwelling of peace where each runaway would be glad to go home.
(es) wrote: She's ruthless, and I like it. A certain dance and the beautiful setting make it worth seeing...
(ca) wrote: I love this almost silent film. The bath house is dreamlike. Go out of your way to experience this film.
(mx) wrote: Linda Fiorentino gives one of the finest performance of the 1990's in John Dahl's thriller. She also has to go down as the biggest slag in the history of cinema. Cream the togs stuff. My only complaint would be the gullibility and mongness of Mike Swale (Peter Berg).
(jp) wrote: Friday, April 25, 2014 (1992) A Taste For Killing PSYCHOLOGICAL THRILLER Strictly-by-the book, and made-for-TV movie now available for rental centering on a couple of yuppie teenagers by the names of Cary Sloan (Henry Thomas) and Blaine Stockard III (Jason Bateman) arranged by their wealthy lawyer parents to work on an oil rig during the summer before getting their law degrees. Boss then assigns them to take orders from the foreman who resents them the most because he's well aware about their easy going lifestyle and for the way they got the job in the first place. And it was during this time they're befriended by a co-worker named Bo (Michael Biehn)who's really a psychopath. The movie then dwells on blackmail and extortion tactics made by Bo. The character played by Jason Bateman gets more dumber each time as the movie progresses, therefore his character becomes less credible. Bomb
(us) wrote: The best rock and roll documentary ever. A spectacular whirlwind of emotions and rock-and-roll.
(mx) wrote: Pretty poor but not the worst.
(us) wrote: Don Siegel certainly deserves credit for this solid, entertaining noir -- but the genius at work here was Ida Lupino, a true pioneer who not only starred in PRIVATE HELL 36 but also co-wrote and co-produced through her production company The Filmmakers. Lupino was one of the greats.
(es) wrote: Imaginative, audacious, complex, intelligent, heartbreaking, brilliant, it's kind of miraculous that a film with so many different elements, a film that shouldn't work logistically, manages to work beautifully on many levels. Kudos to Charlie Kaufman's ingenious script because without his uncommonly intelligent script, this film would never have been made. Major props to director Michel Gondry for his artistic direction and the two leads for their nuanced performances. "Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind" is not only an insightful look at memory and romantic love, but also a deeply moving and cerebral journey that will leave you with a lot of thoughts in your head. One of the best and most original films of 2000s.
(kr) wrote: PALO ALTO. A film that draws you in in the very beginning, but at the end leaves you a little confused and not fully satisfied. Palo Alto is a film that I would describe as something that takes you on a long, dramatic journey to have nothing happen. That being said, I still did enjoy this film and would recommend to others who are into the sad, depressed coming of age indie films as the genre of choice. Which is not always a bad thing, the stories where strong and the cinematography was beautiful and well filmed. A work of art that was slightly rough around the edges.
(es) wrote: I first saw this movie in the late 80's or early 90's and I never watch it again till now. I didn't remember that much about it and let me tell you, friends, that the effects used were good but couldn't save the movie. I just wish the story could've been better developed to match the eerie location work and the creepy atmosphere, though, It has a couple of good moment... well... to be exactly I just remember two but most of the time it is really boring. "Scarecrows", in my opinion, is slightly overrated.