Mystery writer Cornelia Van Gorder has rented a country house called "The Oaks", which not long ago had been the scene of some murders committed by a strange and violent criminal known as "The Bat".Meanwhile, the house's owner, bank president John Fleming, has recently embezzled one million dollars in securities, and has hidden the proceeds in the house, but he is killed before he can retrieve it.
- Stars:Vincent Price, Agnes Moorehead, Gavin Gordon, John Sutton, Lenita Lane, Elaine Edwards, Darla Hood, John Bryant, Harvey Stephens, Mike Steele, Riza Royce, Robert Williams,
- Director:Crane Wilbur,
- Writer:Crane Wilbur (screen story), Crane Wilbur (screenplay), Mary Roberts Rinehart (play), Avery Hopwood (play)
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The Bat torrent reviews
(es) wrote: A great animated film that has a great voice cast, a good story, and terrific animation. It's one of the best films by Blue Sky and it's a must-see for fans of animation.
(kr) wrote: I really like this movie
(kr) wrote: The picture is fenomenal...the subject interesting, but the movie didn't get the point...
(de) wrote: Paul Rudd squeezes a couple of laughs out of his typical deadpan delivery, but Dinner For Schmucks wastes Steve Carell and Zach Galifianakis by making them portray cartoons that after five-minutes are grating to watch.
(ca) wrote: Awesome political thriller.
(br) wrote: This movie is awesome....
(us) wrote: Well, that was the first time I saw someone almost lovingly hugged to death in a slasher. Also, good job Flixster, listing John Kerry the senator from Massachusetts as a cast member.
(it) wrote: Aside from a somewhat oddly moving Michael Myers and unscary mask, it's a great revitalization of the series!
(au) wrote: Beautifully sad story...movie did justice to the book...the book however is a classic...
(au) wrote: "The Hunter" ("Le Chasseur") ["Shekarchi"] 2010 (de Rafi Pitts) Iran (1h32) avec Rafi Pitts (couleurs) vu au cin (C)ma Le Cratre (95 grande-rue Saint-Michel) Toulouse le lundi 23 mai 2011 de 20h55 22h30 !
(gb) wrote: Starting in New York and traveling to the mid-west, Bruno's foreign glimpse of America shows stereotypical American images with the tale of the failed American dream. The road trip, trains, a diner, assimilated Indians, truck drivers, auto-mechanics and home dentistry, feuding farmers, mobile homes, and slick bankers. All classic American images that appeal to the American audience but in Stroszek, paint the country as the foreign landscape it is to the titular character. In a place where they do it with a smile and words instead of beatings. Aren't we all just dancing chickens? Herzog's 1977 view of America as his ultimate challenge of our exotic existence presents the failed American dream tale, but what else does it offer? The inability to achieve quick wealth isn't at the core of this critique, but rather a look through a glass bulb where life itself has been turned upside down. The economic demands of keeping up with the American image, the alienation of those individuals and landscapes around, and the oddity of day to day existence in this strange country, a place that takes Bruno's Beo, what is the hollow dream that is America? Herzog's examination projects a bleak existence, one where we can't think to ask, "Is this really me?" The cultural colonization of the American image in the foreign film is turned on its heel and Herzog shows us the emptiness of the perceived American lifestyle.
(de) wrote: Pretty killer thriller
(br) wrote: This movie reminds me of "Ka," the Cirque du Soleil production in Las Vegas that the audience either loved or hated. I ignored the negative comments and saw the show, to my regret, since I ended up hating it. Same thing with "Land Ho." So many critics and audience members liked this movie that I thought for sure it would be a delight to watch--wrong. The essential problem with this film is that it is dominated by the character of Mitch, who is crude, obnoxious, and repulsive. The only redeeming possibility to this character would have been his death, but the script writers did not provide us this accommodation. Mitch is vaguely reminiscent of Larry David in "Curb your Enthusiasm," but without any of the compensating humor or charm. Nothing of consequence happens in this film, and no dialogue rises to the level of insightful or witty. It is just a long, excruciating journey with a character from whose presence I would excuse myself in a minute should I have encountered him in real life.
(mx) wrote: DUMB! I shut it off within the first 20 monutes
(gb) wrote: Days of Future Past combines Bryan Singer's great direction with fantastic action, acting, and writing to make one of the best superhero films of all time.