Sabrina Goes to Rome

Sabrina Goes to Rome

Sabrina goes to Rome, with Salem stowaway-ed in her backpack, to free her 16th-century aunt Sophia who was banished for divulging her powers to a non-witch.

American teenage witch Sabrina and her food-obsessed magical talking cat and mouse travel to Rome, the last whereabout of her 16th-century aunt Sophia, who was banished after breaking the ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Kevin R (ca) wrote: Have you only killed animals?A ruthless tyrant has taken over the countryside but has numerous rebellions that keep popping up and making trouble. He hires a local butcher to execute a key mission, but the butcher feels sorry for the target and fails to complete the task. The tyrant orders the butcher to be murdered, and it almost happens, but he escapes and continues to protect those he originally targeted."That's why he's crying. Give him a tit to suck on."Jong-bin Yun, director of The Unforgiven, Beastie Boys, and Nameless Gangster: Rules of the Time, delivers Kundo: Age of the Rampant. The storyline for this picture is very entertaining with some compelling and fascinating sequences. The action scenes are awesome and well executed, but some of the writing is inconsistent. "I can kill hundreds every day if you give me the job."I came across this sometime ago on Netflix and had to add it to my queue. This is very entertaining and came together well. There was some comedic content sprinkled in here and there I didn't feel flowed well with the theme, but this was worthwhile and worth a viewing."That's the shittiest bullshit I've ever heard."Grade: B-

Franois M (de) wrote: Le film manque cruellement de profondeur, mais nanmoins, il est tout fait charmant. Les moments entre Catherine Frot et Jean d'Ormesson son savoureux.... l'images des plats que l'on voit l'cran.

WS W (es) wrote: Hmm, critics & audiences seem hating it. Deja vu familiar it is, already way much decent, solid, better than it looks to be. And Ashley Hinshaw is not an bad actress here.

Tree E (de) wrote: This flick preview was alot of hype. Dissapointing to see the lack of womens rights in this movie. The women have to ask permission for everything and at one point one of the husbands abuse his wife. All the women wear those constricting hijabs. The actual point of the movie is about finding the missing girl, but there is no logic to the choices made by the group of charactersand there is no twist in the plot that a viewer might hope for.

Sheryl S (ca) wrote: As a person with asperger's syndrome, I found this to be very annoying. Having several characters with asperger's, there should have been a great deal more diversity of the spectrum. It was like they read a medical website's definition of asperger's, but made no attempt to find out what it was really like. Any explanation of facts about asperger's felt very forced.

jen m (us) wrote: the idea of the film is perfect: regular girl with a famous guy ;) love it. it was an alright movie overall, pretty cute. i didn't like the end bits where she ended up with topher grace though. to be shallow, she could've done better.

Alexandre R (br) wrote: Un policier sur la piste d'un tueur de femmes voit son lien avec sa proie devenir de plus en plus serr.Quelques scnes troublantes.Ralisation "typique" de ce genre de productions. Le scnario est assez banal mais le suspense est accrocheur et la performance de Clint est directe sur la note. Le protagoniste est plus crdible que Dirty Harry bien qu'ils soient du mme moule.

Damien K (fr) wrote: Sex Gang Children wrote a great song with the same title and even used the image from the film of the martyrdom by arrows. However, the song's lyrics seem to have nothing in common with this soft core homo porn version of Saint Sebastian's life. This is not the best movie by Derek Jarman, it's not even all that artsy, but I really do like the execution by arrows scene, and although I'm not Catholic or christian in any way, Saint Sebastian is one of my favorite saints. Maybe because I'm such a big Mishima admirer?

Kelly K (fr) wrote: A modern take on the classic film "Guess Who's Coming to Dinner" with a comedic twist. Very cool.

Patrick C (es) wrote: A really cool depiction of the Australian defense of Papau New Guinea. Some good acting and film work that makes you respect what the Aussies did but not want to be anywhere near the place yourself. Mud, mud, mud, and more mud.