Riti, magie nere e segrete orge nel trecento...
A group of vampires keep the body of a witch in a castle cellar. They require virgin blood to resurrect her. A party of people arrive and things kick off.
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Riti, magie nere e segrete orge nel trecento... torrent reviews
Ian P (jp) wrote: This film already has a good premise to present and taking a cue from its title, it obviously promises an intriguing movie about relationship, infidelity and lies. Jennylyn Mercado and Lovie Poe gave strong performances to their character in this film. Even Paulo Avelino gave a notable act whilst there are moments that he seems detached to his character. All good performance wasted when the film reaches the climactic cheap girl cat-fight scene. I felt it drag down the quality of the movie bigtime. For sure, when stories is about lover snatcher and secret affairs there are confrontation and cat-fights in real life but not exaggerated as shown in The Bride and The Lover. It was actually unnecessary in the story because it is ironic since characters which were rich, professional individuals and career woman as depicted in the film resolves a relationship problem thru a barbaric fight which uneducated person would only do. And how did it end? A cat-fight ended with characters laughing at each other. It was awkward and it was funny at the same time? How will take that ending climax when it is billed as a serious drama movie? The Bride and The Lover has a potential to join the ranks of great Filipino drama movies but its attempt is an epic fail because it was overall unpolished film.
Delaney K (au) wrote: Didn't really make sense
jen m (ru) wrote: quite an interesting take on this (apparently) true story! it kept my attention for the most part, although the script could get boring at times. i was pretty keen on knowing what happened next in the original storyline though.
ToyahKate M (ag) wrote: Boring and not even scary!
Marta R (br) wrote: Another film that yet lets me see again, the consequences of unbelievably inhuman behavior and as a result, consequences, solely for being ...Jewish.... so sad....
Bruno L (gb) wrote: It tries to be like Bonnie & Clyde or Natural Born Killers, but it was pretty painful to watch.
Mark N (jp) wrote: A far better movie than it has a right to be; wholly due to superb actors making the material watchable. Fitchner and Pearce play roles they are more than comfortable with and completely sell their off key relationship. Fans of either wont be disappointed.
Christopher W (gb) wrote: IT DOESN'T EVEN DESERVE HALF A STARBUT I HAD TO.........AND IT HURTS REALLY BAD but please read on I was laughing so hard when I turned it off at twenty five minutes through, because I believe that I have never seen such a terrible movie in my life, or that I ever will see such a terrible movie. When I rented it from the store I thought it was going to be terrible, but I was wrong because terrible doesn't even begin to explain this movie.......it doesn't even come close. I hope that no man, woman, or child has to go though what me and my friend did (name not mentioned for dignity reasons) because it is worse than death it is eternal suffering, and if you don't believe me than I hope your soul will rest in peace cause I know mine wont.
Dann M (ag) wrote: Sepatown my damie, Pootie Tang takes the tippi tai to the dillies. Still, it's not wa-da-tah to the shama cow, and there's some capachow on the runny kine. A sly pannie stai, Pootie Tang is sa-da-tay!
Justin Y (nl) wrote: false advertisement of a title
PieterJan V (kr) wrote: Russel Crowe's performance makes this movie watchable!
Satnam B (de) wrote: An all time classic with all the actors and actresses you could dream of!! and the ever famous song!!! Main na bhoolunga!
Eric R (br) wrote: A film that really is a bi-product of its time in that it comes off a little too dated. Its essentially a children's film about tolerance. Even though the film is quite heartfelt and does feature a strong child performance by Dean Stockwell, its just too heavy handed for me. It's kinda surprising that Joseph Losey filmed this because its really quite boring from a directorial standpoint as well. This is definitely one of the weakest films of Joseph Losey's career.
Lee M (br) wrote: It's impossible not to appreciate the remarkable performances (both Harris and Roberts were nominated for Oscars) or the realistic rugby scenes that earned Harris a broken leg.