Guillermo (Raúl Mérida) is a passionate young college surf casually discovering an old photographic film. In the photographs are enigmatic images and a familiar face, leading Guillermo to embark on a perilous investigation with the help of Daniela, a student from Fine Arts, and his brother, a computer expert. None of them is aware that such research can change their lives forever. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Guillermo (Raúl Mérida) is a passionate young university surfers who started an investigation after discovering by chance an old photographic film in the renovation of the house of their ...
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Eric O (br) wrote: Shocking! Unbelievable how rumsfels and bush got away with this. What a sick world we live in...
Russ B (nl) wrote: 7/10/2016: I thought this movie was pretty decent. It had a nice story and a likable cast.
Charles G (ag) wrote: "Ice-cool mob action...Alec Baldwin is awesome"
Paul K (ag) wrote: Okay. This was one of my first erotic films so I feel like a bit of a novice reviewing it. Anyhow, I'm not gonna say that it was completely unarousing or never sexy, because the famous perverted director Tinto Brass does certainly seem to know how to turn any otherwise innocuous scene into a tempestuous, orgiastic display of illicit sexploits. Hmm...maybe I'm not such a novice after all? Anyway, the fact remains that this movie is entirely too perverse and that it's far too focused on what would arouse a man, rather than both a man AND a woman, which I feel would be the ultimate form of erotica. Not to mention the fact that the plotline, the script, and the music cues are so idiotic that they take away from any sort of sexiness that was meant to be conveyed. Overall, I felt underwhelmed and bored. Still unfulfilled in my quest for something both intellectually and sexually stimulating.
Ben R (au) wrote: This was pretty damn silly but in a cheesy entertaining late 80s David Carradine sorta way...which isn't the worst thing ever. I kinda think if ole Dave pumped more iron and didn't have the skinniest girl arms while wearing a sleeveless vest, he would have pulled the bad ass future cop role off alittle better. The plot wasn't too bad and the bad guys were smug and douchey (the way bad should be), but this was just missing something to put it at 4 or 5 stars. It might be that some of the action scenes were down right laughable but in that good bad movie sort of way. One for instance involves a robot glove that attacks people at the press of a button. Now put this in the late 80s time frame and think how great special effects were for low budget movies.... and yeah its pretty bad. Give it at least one watch for some cheap late 80s sci fi action thrills, you could do a whole lot worst....something like cyborg 2 is worse than this for instance. Cyborg 2 also happens to be one of Angelina Jolie's first movie roles and she's godawful in it. You never can go wrong with alittle cheesy I need to cash a pay check Dave Carradine to brighten up your lazy boring sunday afternoon.
Mitchell W (it) wrote: "Life Lessons" is one of Scorsese's finest films and Woody Allen's "Oedipus Wrecks" is fairly amusing, but the Coppolas' "Life Without Zoe" is terrible. If possible, see it on Blu-Ray - the original DVD is a pan-and-scan transfer (not open matte) and it doesn't do justice to Almendros' work on "Life Lessons."
Michael T (ca) wrote: Nothing special, including many of the FX.
Marcus W (jp) wrote: Lacks a resolution, but it's still a decent thriller.