The Love Factor
A race of topless, large-breasted women from the planet Angvia, in another dimension, come to earth to kidnap women to repopulate their planet.
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Quincy T (ag) wrote: Horribly slow and slumber inducing. Amazing how the screenplay can make simple scenes look very tiring. Each conversation are twice the length of normal movie's, one might press fast forward or skip a chunk of it and still be at the same agonizing slow pace. Acting is limping, it has small cast and half of it are awfully delivering rigid performance. It feels disjointed at every corner, even the scares are poorly constructed and overly used.Story is an inconsistent struggle to bring supernatural theme and mystery thriller, both of which fail at making any momentum. It's crucial to highlight the FBI officer, which is the weakest character on the small roster. Every time he's in the screen, he brings inhumanely stiff performance. If this is an effort to build mystery, it's highly misguided. Random passerby reading the script out loud would probably be more capable.The boyfriend and mother roles are also awkwardly played. They never seem to be convincing nor do they sync well with others. Thus, Camilla Luddington as June, the troubled girl and returning Caity Lotz, as Annie are the most decent, by default. To their credits, both of the female actors try to set-up the horror and they do have better screen presence.Nevertheless, the scenes are either plodding or rushed. Caity Lotz doesn't feel as she's introduced to the story naturally, she just pops up and becomes instant best friend with Luddington's June. Their interactions are more fluid than most, unfortunately the movie doesn't take advantage of that. Luddington isn't entirely bad, she has good expression, but she must deal with insipid screenplay which makes her looking bizarre and enacting the same motions repeatedly.There might a few scares with flicker lights or angle shifts, yet even these instances are overly done. Without spoiling anything the mix between paranormal and mystery doesn't pan out well. The Pact 2 instills more boredom than horror or dread.
Matthew L (mx) wrote: There is no doubting that this is a beautifully made and acted historical drama but at 2hr 35min and being adapted from 2 novels there is too much to fit into the running time. Characters come and go without explanation and you can't help but feel that so much of the political intrigue that was at work during this period is sacrificed for the running time.
Isaac A (kr) wrote: I read the book then I watched the movie and the movie was good but perhaps the book was better
Hailey R (ag) wrote: My favorite movie ever of all times
Ryan B (us) wrote: I saw this movie before I graduated with my English Degree. It wasnt really funny. There wasnt a real issue. It was just a light hearted movie. It taught me how to be a teacher (no joke)!
gary t (br) wrote: wow what a movie 2 watch,.....i have just seen this movie 4 the 1st time n think that this is a good movie 2 watch....its got a good cast of actors/actressess throughout this movie....i think that aida leiner, ailton graca, caio blat, luis carlos vasconcelos, ivan de almeida, gero camilo, milton goncalves, milhem cortaz, maria luiza mendonca play good roles/parts throughout this movie....i think that the director of this drama/action/adventure/real-life/true story movie had done a great job of directing this movie because you never know what 2 expect thorughout this movie its a really powerful drama movie 2 watch n its a great movie 2 watch
Gabriel C (de) wrote: Yeah this was stupid. Sorry Johnnie.
Jason R (kr) wrote: i love Mojo Nixon...and this reminds me of an old roomate
Aaron R (es) wrote: A haunting, intriguing, multi-faceted story of love, lust, and common connections among mankind through music and social change. A beautifully sad score keeps this gem on track.
Naomi F (us) wrote: It's about extremely big mosquitos.
Pilar R (kr) wrote: Clearly not for everybody, but still a beautifull portrait of the young love in an incredible location as it is the Death Valley. Great music by Jerry Garca and Pink Floyd among others.
Michael R (fr) wrote: One of the best WW II Submarine movies ever if not the best
Miroslav G (es) wrote: Even though I prefer to stay away from movies that are campy and over-the-top, I have to admit that Live and Let Die was a lot of fun. The action's fun, the villains are menacing, the Bond girl is memorable, and etc. All this amounts to a film that's easily one of the better Roger Moore films as well as one of the best of the series. However, Live and Let Die is yet another example of a Bond film taking advantage of what's popular in the film industry at the time, and in this case it's blaxplotation. Now I don't condone it, but it does elevate the film from what could've easily been a pretty mediocre Bond film. And for some reason, the film unnecessarily borderlines on the supernatural at times. But despite all that, it's an overall enjoyable viewing experience. Now, Live and Let Die may not be for everyone, but any Bond fan should be able to appreciate it for what it's worth.
dingo d (br) wrote: Why is it that 90% of films over 50 years old are rated close to 100% by Tomatometer, no matter what they are really worth? This film, although better than some others rated equally highly, does not rate anywhere near 100% IMHO. The atmosphere is mostly generated through highly-revved Ferrari engines and breathtaking scenes of the racetracks in Monte Carlo and other places. This could just as well have been achieved through a 1960's documentary of Formula 1 racing. The acting, despite the grandiose actors' names, is mediocre at best. I was not impressed.
Ty P (gb) wrote: Dark and out there, though no stranger than anything that's not directed by David Lynch. Bad Boy Bubby is uncomfortably entertaining enough, though is a film largely made up by the notion of "what ifs", with some opinionated monologues and some heavy taboos thrown just to stir the murky waters even further.