Amber dreams of escaping her small town existence and persuades her friends to accompany her to find an apartment in the big city. When their transportation breaks down, she and her friends gratefully accept a ride in the back of a semi. But when the driver refuses to stop and they discover the cargo is hundreds of cartons of blood, they panic. Their panic turns to terror when the truck disgorges them into a dark, abandoned warehouse where blood-thirsty creatures learn to hunt human prey, which, the friends realize, is what they now are... Written by Svetlio Svilenov
- Stars:Ruta Gedmintas, Joshua Bowman, Perdita Weeks, Jamie Blackley, Courtney Hope, Saxon Trainor, Bruce Payne, Oliver Hawes, Atanas Srebrev, Michael Johnson, Laurel Lefkow, George Oliver, George Zlatarev, Anton Trendafilov, Alexander Spasova,
- Country:USA, UK, Bulgaria
- Director:Patrik Syversen,
- Writer:Tim Tori
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(mx) wrote: He finally shows some nuts. Not literally.
(es) wrote: tugs at your heart like no other movie... beautiful cinematography.
(us) wrote: This felt very much like a Lifetime movie, and taken in that light, was cute enough. Now that I see the cover of the movie, it does say A&E movie!
(ca) wrote: Although released by Criterion on Hulu, this was an utter bore and pointless film. It's supposed to be a coming of age film as well as a piece of erotica but basically is a terrible softcore film that is utterly pointless from an artistic perspective. Stay far far away!
(us) wrote: Enigmatica y profunda, llena del alma humana.
(au) wrote: A classic plot with classic actors, including HUMPHREY BOGART!
(nl) wrote: A comic book movie if there ever was, lots of fun and featuring the wonderful Caroline Munro.
(br) wrote: This is like the shitty version of Point Break. Cop learns extreme sport to catch bad guys? A bit of a stretch but that's the vibe I got throughout. Wesley Snipes is barely good in a few things, like Demolition Man and maybe even the second Blade film (which I'll admit to have enjoyed on a thirty-two hour train ride to Seattle, perhaps that explains everything). Yancy Butler somehow got acting roles back in the nineties, she is the most unappealing broad and I could never understand why they'd pair her up with a raw juicy man steak like Snipes. Gary Busey showed up and all that did was remind me of Bodhi and Johnny Utah. Things happen but they never happen in an interesting way, it just made me want to pop in Point Break for the fifteenth time.
(fr) wrote: This is a pretty fun movie with a really likable cast and an excellent soundtrack. I don't think this film really managed to be anything more than a crowd-pleaser, but then again I don't think it was intended to be anything more than that to be perfectly honest. While the movie does have a narrative of the DJs doing their best to avoid the government shutting them down, it honestly feels more like a series of sketches, however entertaining they may be, than a full-fledged narrative. For the most part, the DJs have their own little side stuff going on but it never really affects the overall arc of the film's main narrative. It's just something to add a little flavor and color to the film's characters. And I understand that, but it feels, ironically enough, shallow. While I ended up liking all of the characters, even Kenneth Branagh's character, who had some of the funniest lines in the entire film, I was never really emotionally invested in them. Again, not that this was the film's intention. I don't want to say that they do the bare minimum as it relates to character development, but they really mostly on their talented actors to carry things as opposed to writing out fleshed-out characters with distinct personalities. They rely on the talented actors and a soundtrack in order to distract you from its flaws. It's misdirection really, putting your attention elsewhere so you don't focus on the real issues. I don't wanna sound like I'm shitting on this movie, because I genuinely had a fun time with it, but I think that the movie, ironically enough, ran out of stream before before it was over. No reason this had to be as long as it was. Maybe 105 minutes would've been good. Keep the film moving at a brisk pace. This isn't a big issue since the movie didn't feel long at all, it just didn't need to be close to two hours. There's just simply not enough material to justify it. But, again, the cast and the soundtrack does a good enough job at distracting you from that. This is a fun movie though, it was meant to be a good time and I definitely enjoyed myself whilst watching it. Something to watch, enjoy, smile, and move on to the next film. Perhaps the thing about this film, that's something that I've known for years, is how it does a great job at showcasing how important music really is for humanity as a whole. The world would be a whole lot sadder without music in it. I love film as an art form, trust me on this one, but I think music, in some ways, is far more essential to our daily lives than even films are. Music, in one way or another, is all around us. It's something that can make us happy in an instant. Some songs more than others of course. I think that's really the best thing about this film, even if it's something I've already known for a long time. This film is a fun little distraction. Flaws aplenty, but there's more than enough about this film that's good. Solid rental here...or it's worth a buy if you find it cheap, which I did.
(jp) wrote: 2 tales loosly connected, the first of a lonely eye optition, being followed by a guy taking photos, who she takes a liking to, the second a postal worker at a office, told hes going blind, tales are interesting, although not as in depth as id liked, it ends before time also, it be nice tosee another twenty mins or so,
(ru) wrote: Long but great look inside Racing