Twilight of the Ice Nymphs

Twilight of the Ice Nymphs

Peter Glahn is released after years of incarceration as a political prisoner and is now returning to his homeland, the mythical Mandragora where the sun never sets. On board the ship home, he meets the mysterious Juliana Kossel who vanishes after stealing his heart. Once he arrives on the island, he goes to the family ostrich farm run by his sister Amelia. He finds Amelia living with a farmhand named Cain Ball who fears that Peter's return will endanger the agreement he made with Amelia that will see him inherit the farm. Amelia has since fallen for the vain Dr. Isaac Solti who controls the island and has a hold on both Zephyr Eccles, the widow of a local fisherman, and Juliana, Peter's dream girl from the ship. Solti's true obsession is a recently discovered statue of Venus that possesses strange powers. All the characters meet at Solti's lab where the sexual tensions erupt.

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Twilight of the Ice Nymphs torrent reviews

David S (mx) wrote: A steaming pile of dog shit. I wouldn't be upset if I never see another Katie Holmes movie. Was cool it was shot in Cleveland though.

Patrick L (jp) wrote: A weird, sickening, science fiction/horror film that spans from World War 2 to an unspecified future time and involves Nazis who look like or are zombies. Scientists in Antarctica are betrayed by "one of their own" when they investigate the disappearance of two of their colleagues and stumble upon a Nazi scientific base. The scientists are imprisoned, some tortured and even stripped of their skin, one stripped of her clothes then possibly raped by zombie soldiers. Unique in many ways. 2/10

David K (ca) wrote: sucks initiated 15% then unable to watch might as well uninstall

Roberto C (au) wrote: Ta um filme que todos deveriam ver.

Scott M (us) wrote: Actually so bad that it's hilarious. (Please note: nothing that he intends to be funny is funny. It's the "serious" characters that are cringe-worthily bad.)

Steve M (ca) wrote: Ultrachrist! Starring: Jonathan C. Green, Jordan Hoffman, and Celia Montgomery Director: Kerry Douglas Dye At the dawn of the 21st century, Jesus the Christ (Green) returns to Earth to resume his ministry. He starts in the most sinful city on Earth--New York--but finds that no one is willing to pay attention to his message. After a marketing executive he meets in a bar convinces him he needs a flashier image, he gets a disillusioned fashion designer (Montgomery) to design and sew a spandex superhero costume for him. Thus decked out, Jesus takes to the streets to combat sin and to have New Yorkers accept him as their personal savior. But many forces stand arrayed against Jesus: The Anti-Christ conjures the ultimate evils of Hilter, Nixon, Vlad the Impaler, and Jim Morrison of The Doors to fight him, and God the Father takes offense at Jesus' new superhero image and dispatches his son's school friend Ira, the Saint of Erotic Massages and Lapdances (Hoffman) to force Jesus to take a more conservative approach to ministering to the sinful. Can even an Ultrachrist triumph against such formidable opposition? "Ultrachrist!" is a surprsingly well-made and intelligent comedy that in the final analysis is actually pro-religion. It is an incredibly silly movie, but it manages to remain respectful to Christianity and even to Jesus, who, even as he struggles to adjust to the modern world, remains a sensitive and wise person. It never sinks to the level of mocking or belittling the figure of Jesus, but derives its humor from funny lines, mild slapstick, and "fish-out-of-water" moments, The Jesus character also also defined by near-boundless kindness and a near-total trusting and loving nature. The difference between God (manipulative and vengeful) and Jesus (trusting and forgiving) also give rise to some of the film's more intelligent moments. While I suspect that many uptight, kneejerk Christians will take offense at the film, I think that any movie that portrays Jesus as insightful enough to figure out how to redeem even Richard Nixon. I wouldn't remcommend showing this film to the church group, nor to the kids, but I think that it can be appreciated by Christians who recognize there is a disconnect between the divine and the mortal, because it's all filtered through mortals. For examle, Jesus' response when Molly asks him about the New Testament's 'Book of Revelations', for exampe, is "I haven't done much reading since I've been back... and whent it was written... well, I was dead at the time." His response to learning that people have adopted the cross as a symbol of his religon is also both funny and insightful and further underscores the theme of disconnect between Jesus and mortals: "The cruxifix is the symbol of Christianity? I hated the cruxifix! Ouch!" "Ultrachrist" is one of those all-too-rare movies that show that a low budget does not equate a bad movie. While the shoestring with which the film was made is often evident, it has a razorsharp script, a cast of excellent and very funny actors, and a soundtrack score that's almost a character unto itself in the movie--it's mostly traditional-sounding Yiddish music. The only reason I don't give "Ultrachrist!" a Ten-tomato rating is because the ending is a bit weak. They try to do the old "let's save the day by putting on a show!" ending, but they don't quite manage to pull it off. It's funny, but it was the one part of the film where my attention wandered, and I started mentally reviewing my schedule for the rest of the day. Despite that one misstep at the very end, I recommend "Ultrachrist!" highly to lovers of quirky, intelligent comedies.

Ellen B (br) wrote: Heart warming , but very predictable.

Juls XD H (gb) wrote: overrated, great vissual effects but just boredom and ilogic

Dave B (fr) wrote: This is a great adventure story about life in the Arctic. An orphaned teen is sent to live with his uncle in the far north after the money to keep him at a private school runs out. At first he is bitter, but then he ends up in an adventure with a Native American boy his age. The casting, scenery, and story line are all top-notch. A wonderful adventure story for the family, worth seeing again and again.

Griffin W (jp) wrote: One of those perfect, solid movies. Wonderful chemistry by the two leads and a fun, exciting tone make this movie an icon and something that every child should see in their youth. This movie is "PIMP"

Luke W (it) wrote: This is a fairly generic 80s teen comedy, but Judd Nelson is excellent in the type of role he would soon immortalize in "The Breakfast Club". Everyone else is forgettable, and the music is cheesy, even for a movie of this time period.

Himanshu G (de) wrote: Interesting concept of a american writer and a much married bollywood star falling in love. The problem is no character development and very poor execution of the concept. The second half of the movie is a torture to watch. Jennifer Kendal's performance is allright; Shashi Kapoor performance has moments of charm but Zia Mohyeddin's intense role steals the show from them.I have 2 other Merchant Ivory-Shashi Kapoor films to watch next- Shakespeare Wallah and the Householder- hope they can re-ignite my love for Anglo-Indian productions!

Trent C (gb) wrote: Not a very good movie. However, it is Abott and Costello's first film roles. They are only supporting cast, and along with William Frawley of I Love Lucy fame, are the only watchable actors here. Their scenes are the only ones worth watching. One viewing is all that is needed, if that.

Kim K (ca) wrote: Enjoyed it thoroughly. Well shot, great atmosphere and fun to watch.

Michael E (ag) wrote: Ignore the crap title and even worse poster. This was much better than expected.