The Mummy's Kiss

The Mummy's Kiss

Eternally cursed and mummified by the pharaoh for pursuing the love of his daughter, Hat-Em-Akhet, Hor-Shep-Sut lies in quiet slumber waiting for the day she will be reawakened. When Hor-Shep-Sut's sarcophagus is found by Dr. Wallis Harwa and opened by Professor Carter Moore, the professor's fiancée, Ana, immediately faints at the sight of the horrific, but somehow oddly familiar mummified remains. As Hor-Shep-Sut awakens from her centuries-old slumber to pursue her long lost love, viewers can rest assured that she will certainly have her fair share of erotic encounters before meeting her ultimate fate.

3000 years ago an Egyptian sorceress was buried alive for indulging forbidden pleasures of the flesh. Reincarnated in modern-day Los Angeles she is on a mission to track down the reincarnation of her ancient lost love. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Mummy's Kiss torrent reviews

Greg H (gb) wrote: Criminally underrated film in which Adam Sandler basically plays himself but with a life threatening illness, this is one of his best performances of all time. Also a brilliant performance from a young Jonah Hill as well as Jason Schwartzman.

Deb S (jp) wrote: The film is essentially a spoof on vampire films so if you know your vampire lore, or at least your vampires movies, you will laugh. Pretty much a story of a group of not-too-bright American college kids on a semester abroad at the only college that would accept them: The Razvan University. Soon they realize that if the partying doesn't kill them, the vampires just might! The cast includes a couple of stoner dudes, hot twins, the nymphomaniac airhead cheerleader, the guy who figures the way to impress girls is by claiming to be a vampire hunter and the ultra-sexy black leather clad vampire huntress (she reminds me of Catherine Zeta-Jones in Zorro with her swordplay). Add a dwarf, internet romance, gross-out gags, sex toys and what passes for stoner humor. I'll admit I enjoy a good raunchy college comedy and combining it with a horror film might be a good idea, some day but today isn't the day. I just thought this would have been a vintage comedy I could sink my .......nope, not going there.

Jos M (es) wrote: La vi hoy por cable se veia prometedora por la historia luego se puso aburridisima, que hacen Julie Christie y Helen Mirren? y una inexpresiva Sarah Polley le va mejor como directora.

Alexander C (jp) wrote: Standard film, mediocre, nothing further, worth one watch or two.

Johnny T (de) wrote: One of many pervasive societal problems in the United States is the fracturing of the family unit, which sometimes leads to children growing up without one of their parents. More often than not, the missing adult is the father, and the effect of his absence is rarely positive, and occasionally profound. Getting Even With Dad would like potential viewers to believe that it puts a "positive spin" on this issue. Actually, the dysfunctional family in this film is little more than a shameless plot device to introduce a lame father/son bonding adventure. Need I mention that Getting Even With Dad has a happy ending? Anyone who thinks I'm giving something away with that statement has the wrong idea about the film's nature and intent. As bereft of intelligence as the movie is, I suppose it's amiable enough, and likely to be enjoyed by children (many of whom will have no trouble relating to the actions of 11-year old Tim). VERDICT: "Full Price" - My second highest rating (Positive to Mixed reaction). This is a rating to a movie I view as very entertaining and well made, and definitely worth paying the full price at a theatre to see or own on DVD. It is not perfect, but it is definitely excellent.

Matthew M (fr) wrote: Difficult to avoid the elephant in the room that this is is a seven-and-a-half hour film. And not a seven-and-a-half-hour film in which a lot of things happen, a seven-and-a-half-hour film where maybe as much happens as in the average ninety minute film, and that's probably being generous.Does it justify its monumental length, over ten-minute scenes of cows moving around a farmyard, or people sitting around waiting, or bureaucrats taking a break from typing up (in real time) a dossier on the other characters to eat their lunch (in real time), or characters walking from one place to another? Well, yes, easily. Obviously there's no reason why films "need" to come home inside two of two hours or so, other than economic ones, which I'm sure real artists ought to roundly scorn; and the complete lack of hurry enables a very different atmosphere to be built up in Satantango that you probably won't find anywhere else. It probably doesn't hurt that this is a tale of post-Soviet inertia and despair, of trudging along muddy roads and through litter-blown streets to a backdrop of constant rain and the chill of impending winter coming in. If the director's choices leave you full of existential ache and ennui he's probably done his job. (The novel on which this is based has no paragraph breaks either, I'm told.)Plotwise, we are introduced to 8 or so characters who live on a farming commune and don't seem particularly happy about it, whiling away their days boozing, bedhopping and making plans to sneak off with the others' money. A little excitement is generated when they hear that a man called Irimias, whom they'd thought was dead, is on his way back. Irimias turns out to be a charismatic (if faintly unhinged) cult leader type whose return coincides with the tragic death of a neglected little girl who kills her cat and then herself with rat poison. At the funeral, in the mood of communal grief, the other characters are receptive to Irimias's suggestion that they hand over their life savings to him to start a new model farm. Of course this doesn't actually materialise and the next day he packs them all off to various parts of the country to await activation in the next stage of his plan, while having sent unflattering reports of them as morons and degenerates to the government. So all pretty bleak on the human nature, and the human capacity for self-delusion, fronts.I definitely don't think it's beyond the realm of possibility that some of the acclaim for this film in Stockholm (Budapest?) syndrome - having spent a day of your life watching it, the last thing any critic wants to do is say "yeah, it was disappointing, I was a mug". It's got some lovely cinematography but I've seen more beautifully shot films; the characters held my interest but I wouldn't say they were overwhelmingly fascinating; we've mentioned a plot but it's really just some things happening with a camera pointed at them, rather than the most gripping or devastating events in the world. But as I say, a unique experience that is quite different from almost anything else you'll get from watching films. I wouldn't want to do this every day but one day of it was a day well spent.

Jane D (ca) wrote: Stale and flat with a few surprising scares, but not enough to save this film.

Matthew T (ru) wrote: strange story about agape