Two writers and their girlfriends visit the castle of an actor who specializes in playing vampire roles. As the night progresses, they begin to wonder if the man is an actor playing a vampire, or a vampire playing an actor. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Tender Dracula, or Confessions of a Blood Drinker
Two writers and their girlfriends visit the castle of an actor who specializes in playing vampire roles. As the night progresses, they begin to wonder if the man is an actor playing a vampire, or a vampire playing an actor.
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Maksym K (jp) wrote: A nice and quiet movie. While I probably didn't get the whole picture(The movie was about high school life, something that I never experienced in Japan :P ), I still enjoyed it. Nicely shot too.
John W (mx) wrote: I "hung loose" for 42 unfunny minutes of mischief spent mostly in a strip club and bar. Not much in the way of a storyline we haven't seen before and the characters are just plain unappealing. Kevin Wu is no Kevin Smith. If I had paid for this I surely would have asked for my money back. Stick to making Youtube vids where the only thing that counts are worthless video hits.
Etherea D (fr) wrote: This was a thoughtful and thought-provoking documentary. It wove the stories of three restaurant owners together in a really magical and inspiring way. I highly recommend it.
Alex r (it) wrote: Last year, the remake of the action popcorn cult hit Red Dawn hit theatres, and was disappointing to say the least. The idea of a teen militia fighting an enemy is nothing new, but when it's done right, you can pull off a well crafted film with a cast that can actually act. Although the Red Dawn remake was disappointing, I found it to be a decent film with mindless entertainment value. However with that being said, it was a highly forgettable film. Tomorrow When the War Began on the other hand is a similar film, but it is a better executed movie that has a good cast and a better plot. The film is packed with action and drama and it is a standout film that is sure to please viewers that were let down by the Red Dawn remake. This film has a better cast and a much better script, which makes this a necessity to watch for viewers looking for the perfect entertainment. The film is not perfect, but for the most part, it more than delivers its fair share of thrills. Plus on the other hand, the film is well structured with good characters and a very good plot, better than the Red Dawn remake anyway. I really enjoyed the film, and thought it was a well crafted picture worth checking out. If you love these types of films, don't hesitate to seek this one out, you'll be glad you did. The film could have used a bit more polishing in some areas, but for the most part; it succeeds at being a good film that will highly entertain you from start to finish.
Randy T (gb) wrote: Okay, I realize that not everyone enjoys a dialog driven film, but when the dialog is coming from two hot, entwined, butt-naked women does it really matter? Seriously?
Mikela D (es) wrote: I love this movie & I love Selena !! This story is so entertaining & I just love it !!
Ben L (us) wrote: Redbelt is the story of a Jiu Jitsu instructor who uses his skills only to train others to fight. His code of honor won't allow him to use his considerable talents to compete, despite everyone trying to convince him to change his mind. But when a chain of events transpire that threaten to destroy his entire life, will he hop into the ring in order to win the prize money and potentially save his life? The fighting in Redbelt is all high quality. It looks so authentic, and you can tell that many of the actors were given some training. Mike Terry, the protagonist, always appears to be in control of every situation, and it is really exciting watching someone who appears completely measured and controlled when fighting. It gives this impression that the fighting is almost effortless since he keeps his emotions and everything in check. The problem is there are huge sections of this film where it is all plot development through conversations. It really isn't a fight film, because there is so little fighting pictured on screen. Yet there is enough fighting that I think it would turn off most people who are just looking for a good character drama. In other words, I'm not sure who the audience is for Redbelt. Not enough fighting for fight fans, too much fighting for drama fans.The entire movie basically rests on the shoulders of Chiwetel Ejiofor, and he delivers. In fact my rating is one star higher than it would be without his performance. He portrays Mike Terry with this determination and honor that is really impressive. Based solely on the work of Chiwetel, you can totally see how his students would become so attached to him. Max Martini plays the star pupil of Terry. He presents this character with such honesty that you just know he would do anything for a friend, and probably was a superb police officer. Alice Braga is lovely as Terry's wife. Although I hated what they did with her character later in the film, in the beginning she was a good balance of loving wife and focused businesswoman. Emily Mortimer has one of the strongest story arcs in the movie. She starts out as a really annoying and confusing character, but later on she shares one of the strongest emotional scenes in the film with Chiwetel Ejiofor, and then almost becomes a guiding force for him. Oh yeah, Tim Allen and Joe Mantegna are in this film too. I don't mention them because as best I can tell they are just playing the same characters they've played dozens of times before. Allen is an egotistical actor, and Mantegna is his sleazy agent. Very forgettable performances to say the least.Redbelt did take a long time to get into the story, but as a big fan of the original Karate Kid, I'm OK with a lot of character development and no real fighting until the end. No, my bigger problem is more how the end came about, and the result of it. You see the forces that oppose Mike Terry seem to have conspired in some very elaborate con game in order to get him into the ring. The problem is I can't be sure because they never make it clear how much of this has been planned. Many things are too convenient for them all to be coincidental, so I have to believe there was some plan unfolding, but there are many events that are too unpredictable and you'd never be able to plan things out. It just falls apart when you put it under the slightest amount of analysis. Not to mention the fallout of the final scenes. They've set up a pretty elaborate way of destroying Mike Terry's life, and yet in the end they do nothing to resolve any of it. While there is a moment where we're supposed to be cheering at the end, I can't help thinking "but wait, isn't his life still ruined?" Likewise the scene at the end with the red belt, while poignant, makes no sense if you think about it. So there were a lot of flaws in the end of Redbelt, but the early scenes of character development were quite enjoyable. If the acting performances hadn't been so good I think I'd call this a terrible movie and give it a star rating to match, but I got some genuine enjoyment out of the film because the drama was well-acted and most of the fighting was excellent.
amanda g (jp) wrote: cute, not great or anything
Riley W (it) wrote: This movie was pretty fucking bad...
Antwan J J (mx) wrote: Fear and paranoia are a total bitch for Marisa Tomei's character in this psychological suspense thriller although her fears are like many others which are valid but at the same time we can't change the things we have no control over the fact remains the same the world is a dark and scary place full of danger lurking at every corner this is a lesson best learned for yourself besides fear drives the mind wild overall i quite enjoyed the film and Marisa Tomei's performance kudos to the cast and director
The Critic (it) wrote: By no means a sophisticated spy caper (not that it ever pretends to be), Penny Marshall's feature directorial debut is a delight throughout. Originally conceived as a vehicle for Shelley Long, superior comedian Whoopi Goldberg adds much of her personality to our chief protagonist, a likable, gutsy outcast with a sharp tongue. This is, indeed, Goldberg's show (notable for being one of the first to feature online communication as a central plot element), and fans of the actress will rate this as one of her better comedic performances.
Jack P (es) wrote: Pretty much a remake of the first film because of the similarities, part two continues where the first one left off. After Jason's mum's killing spree was put to an end we see Jason now take on the merciless killings of teenage campers. The storyline was unoriginal and was a repeat of the first however it was nice to see a new killer with different murders. Not a bad sequel.
Brad S (es) wrote: This was one of Bogart's last film, and it reunited him with director John Huston, and it was also the 5th and final time he worked with friend Peter Lorre. Trumon Capote contributed to the script as well. The story is ok, and the film is amusing. Not a great film, but an easy watch for Bogart fans.
Russell W (nl) wrote: Disappointing that a movie with so many good comedic actors could be so unfunny.
Luis C (ru) wrote: easy to follow.....good film!beautifully filmed.....better than I expected!