The modern-day descendant of Little Red Riding Hood brings her fiancé home to meet her family and reveal their occupation as werewolf hunters, but after he is bitten by a werewolf, she must protect him from her own family. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Red: Werewolf Hunter
The modern-day descendant of Little Red Riding Hood brings her fiancé home to meet her family and reveal their occupation as werewolf hunters, but after he is bitten by a werewolf, she must protect him from her own family.
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Art S (jp) wrote: Doco by a young entrepreneur who found a stash of negatives in an estate sale that turned out to be amazing. The movie follows his search to find out about the photographer, a nanny named Vivian Maier. The photos themselves that are shown, mostly taken on the "street" in Chicago, are indeed really provocative and interesting. Maier's story is rather sad - perhaps she had some sort of mental illness, probably of the obsessive compulsive type. She hoarded things (sometimes incomprehensibly) and took hundreds and thousands of photos that she apparently never showed anyone. She went from one family to another and the (now adult) children are interviewed about what they remember of her (she died in 2009); they don't always tell positive stories. So, some mysteries are uncovered, many remain, but the documentary seems a stretch at 80 minutes.
Clara G (kr) wrote: Sounds interesting...
Ryan T (kr) wrote: Not worth watching. It was not funny. It was just a waste of time.
Anwyn C (us) wrote: A confusing look on the famed French author's life. The only draw of Sagan is its lead actress, Sylvie Testud, in a performance reminiscent of Marion Cotillard's in La Vie En Rose.
Corey B (gb) wrote: I was on netflix when i had just finished deep blue sea(which is great by the way) for the first when i checked out movies and stuff reccomended for me, and this just so happened to be on there. Now, not seeing all of jaws for the first time probably is the reason why I thought this was a half-way decent movie.
John B (mx) wrote: You would think that the story of a serial killer in the Soviet Union would be interesting. You would think that they would give an Emmy and a Golden Globe to Donald Sutherland for something that he was in that was interesting. This move is not interesting.
Eric J (mx) wrote: Joan Crawford, older here but sure of herself as ever, did quite well in what otherwise might have been forgotten as a rather trite production. Look for both Geoffrey Keen and Michael Gough in this thoroughly British picture that was well-made a la Hammer Films
rubi s (ca) wrote: umm nt as gd as the others!
Andrew S (de) wrote: I liked this, a very well crafted piece of work that deal with a very sensitive issue, and it deals with it very well indeed.
Lucas Y (es) wrote: Intense action, graphic violence, well acted and directed. Point Break is absolute California. Keanu Reeves, Patrick Swayze and Gary Busey are great together. "Utah, get me 2!" Point Break isn't a smart film, but it's fun throughout. And the Anthony Kiedis appearance is hilarious. "That would be a waste of our time."