A love story set in a dystopian near future where single people are arrested and transferred to a creepy hotel. There they are obliged to find a matching mate in 45 days. If they fail, they are transformed into an animal and released into the woods. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
In a dystopian near future, single people, according to the laws of The City, are taken to The Hotel, where they are obliged to find a romantic partner in forty-five days or are transformed into beasts and sent off into The Woods.
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Emile H (ca) wrote: A reason this original horror comedy is often imitated, but never duplicated is the balance between the amount of both wack-o and realism. Sure, Bill Murray is sarcastic, Aykroyd is peppy, Harold Ramis is nerdy and unwavering, and Ernie Hudson is sensible. But it's the fact that they all seem to work well off each other that works. With these fantastical special effects, you need that chemistry of characters to prevent spectral domination. And not to mention the main villains, who are the real deal, and I mean it. The minor apparitions take a back seat with its subtle mayhem while the big buildup is worth the strange premise and the resulting destruction. No other date with a ghost is worth this satire of spooks!
Joey H (ru) wrote: I dont care to watch.
Vincent T (jp) wrote: Certes on est loin de l'oeuvre originale mais le film est divertissant grace a Jackie sans oublier quelques guests qui apparaissent tout le long du film.
Charles G (us) wrote: Not sure what I would do in a situation where my wife were leaving me for another. Also not sure about why a woman would give up what she has gained in the past. But I thought I am glad I watched the film, though my French is not worth mentioning, at least the captions were helpful.
Claire T (us) wrote: it was an ok movie, could have been a little bit better but still a good movie, I want it on DVD, It was the last film Carolco Pictures produced before it went bankrupt, it starred Geena Davis, Frank Langella and Matthew Modine
David E (fr) wrote: Not nearly as good as the original. Rather than following four stories taking place at the same time, this one follows four stories which all take place on New Year's Eve over four years, with each different year being indicated by a unique aspect ratio. While each of the character's stories feels true to the direction the character would have taken at the end of the previous film, they don't form a cohesive whole. Add to that some sloppy directing in places and you have a lackluster follow up to a true classic. Fans of the original will find enough here to keep them entertained, but there's not a lot here for anyone else.
Matthew B (de) wrote: Such a sixties theme, yet not as drastic as the television series!
(au) wrote: this was a pretty good movie about island superstition and voodoo it was also really funny
Jason M (br) wrote: Started the Cinematic Universe excellently.
bill s (es) wrote: With a fine cast and good special effects you'd think they'd spring for a decently written script?
Robert T (us) wrote: Couldn't give a damn about any of the characters, tis difficult to empathise with arseholes