Emminent plastic surgeon and mad scientist Don Brandon loses his wife Anitra - pinup model and social butterfly - in a tragic accident. He and his faithful humpbacked and drooling assistant... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Body Shop
Emminent plastic surgeon and mad scientist Don Brandon loses his wife Anitra - pinup model and social butterfly - in a tragic accident. He and his faithful humpbacked and drooling assistant...
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william m (ca) wrote: What seems like a pretty obvious plot-line to me turned out to be a very well told and visually creative movie that kept my attention. It certainly made me want to be limitless.
Katie S (kr) wrote: Actually, i like this movie because of the stories. It was well organized and good plots. It's worth watching. Only i fed up when they sang. It was too long. So i skipped only that for time sake. And i like that it was happy ending. The story is that the rich business man Aditya who was disappointed with his life because the girl he loved was getting married and his mom is married with another man after his dad died. So his street was disappeared and he left. Then he met with a happy girl Geet. Then...
David B (gb) wrote: If you are looking for a homage to The Hills Have Eyes like the title suggests then I urge you not to buy or even rent this film as it's nothing like it. All we get here is a groups of guys who go into the backwoods of upstate new york and become involved in a game of cat and mouse with three red-neck hillbillies. There is suppose to be a legend in there somewhere about Cappy's Cabin, the cabin the boys went into the woods to see if it exists in the first place, but the three rednecks who live in the cabin are hardly anything of legend. This felt kind of like Wrong Turn, which was a bonus for me as I love that film, especially when they first find the cabin and then the rednecks arrive in their ute, but unfortunately the comparisons end there. This was inspired by true events and thanks to the cheap production values and characters it actually felt like it was despite the unoriginal premise(come on! Crazy hillbillies living in the woods are used in almost every backwood flick). There are probably really people out in the woods like that though, so I don't know? Apart from the title which is what lured me to this flick in the first place, there is nothing real great about it. The characterization reminded me of the relationship between the boys in Stand By Me, but it never reaches the levels of that classic film. This is very amateurish. Fans of the backwood horror thriller may like, but beware: it can be at times slow, it repeats itself and finally it is not at all inspiring, even if it is director Anthony Indelicato's debut feature, so just rent it.
deana p (kr) wrote: another one bites the dust!
Alex M (mx) wrote: This was an incredibly creative idea for a movie, centered around quite possibly the coolest serial killer ever. This guy was so cool, yet so realistic. He wasn't your over-the-top movie serial killer, nor was he your tortured soul who kills because of his pain. He was just a guy who had a deep interest in human psychology and explored it through murder. I loved how the film went back and forth between the mundane aspects and the murderer aspects of his life. As no time does anything feel silly or forced. And the philosophy behind it just makes it even better. Yes, it's a message I've heard before, but it was done great and that's all that matters.
Peter W (de) wrote: Phantasmal and psychedelic. If anything can communicate the younger generation a thing or two about the cultural revolution of the 60s then it is this musical adaption: Got life and rhythm to spare, because I got Hair!
Kushal A (au) wrote: waste of time .. Mickey Rourke is wasted.
Craig B (gb) wrote: Miracle at St. Anna follows the story of Hector Negron, a mild-mannered postal worker and WWII vet who suddenly goes postal when a customer tries to purchase stamps from him. During the ensuing murder investigation, the police find a valuable Italian bust that has been missing since 1944. This bust becomes a catalyst, the key that opens Hector's painful memories about being caught behind enemy lines, about an Italian boy who could speak with angels, and about payback 40 years in the making. I've been a Spike Lee fan for a long time, and when I saw the preview for this movie, I was ecstatic. A Spike Lee war flick! The idea was tantalizing. I thought, "Here's a man who's willing to take a chance, to step outside of his comfort box and tell us a unique story, a vision of WWII we've never seen before." Unfortunately, Spike Lee wusses out and delivers us an old message in a shiny new package. How can the director of the topically prescient Do the Right Thing and the monumental Malcolm X make such a crap-laden bomb? I'm still struggling to come to terms with it. Here's my take. In the past decade, Mr. Lee's made a series of so-so cinematic concoctions; In a desperate attempt to recapture the lightning he once held so firmly in a bottle, he's started borrowing from himself. But he's lost his touch. His unique mixture of explosive emotion underpinned by patient storytelling is gone. The racial tension that was so deftly balanced in Do the Right Thing is unpleasantly simplified in St. Anna. The epic vision that saturates every frame of Malcolm X has, in this film, been reduced to an unsatisfying series of pretty pictures. The rich characters that inhabit so many of his films are dumbed down, borrowed wholesale, and inserted straight into 1940's Italy. It seems there's no need for historical tweaking. Instead of personalities who favor us with epiphanies, we get stereotypes who expose us to their purposes. And believe me, with Miracle at St. Anna, Spike is aiming for an epiphany. The result? Pretentious. Histrionic. Episodic. Lame. And deeply disappointing. With a running time of 2 hours and 40 minutes, it feels like 5 hours. You'll feel every excruciating minute.