Vampire in Brooklyn

Vampire in Brooklyn

Maximillian, the lone survivor of a race of vampires, comes to Brooklyn in search of a way to live past the next full moon. His ticket to survival is Rita, a NYPD detective who doesn't know she's half vampire -- and Maximillian will do whatever's necessary to put her under his spell.

Maximillian is the only survivor from a race of vampires on a Caribbean Island in search of his bride who is a half-vampire and at this time also a detective of the NYPD investigating the very murders that Max leaves behind. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Vampire in Brooklyn torrent reviews

Lincoln K (fr) wrote: Fascinating documentary about the career of director Brian De Palma. The film is basically him sitting there and talking about his career, intercut with film clips. He is an interesting guy and his stories about his work and the people he worked with are never boring.. he even discusses the films that didn't work so well and what he believes he could have done differently. This effort should be a must watch for film students and is recommended for film buffs of all ages.

Rangan R (fr) wrote: For whom the golf is not just a sport.I don't know the history of golf because I'm not a regular follower of the game other than knowing a few names from this generation. So Severiano Ballesteros is an unheard name to me until I saw this beautiful film. I'm glad I saw it for the many reasons like that.All the films are not for just entertainment, some are the great historical account that makes it reach in a wider distance like this one. Every sports produced its own legends, and so this film is focused on golf. One of the best sport-drama I have ever seen and an important film based on the golf, specially dedicated to Seve fans.An English-Spanish language film produced with the collaboration of Britain-Spain. It sets in a small coastal town of the northern Spain in the year 1967 where the 10 year old Seve introduced to us. Being born in a hardworking farmer family and after losing interest in the studies, how he develops a passion towards the golf is what the film portraits. At the young age he begins to think of the game of all the time and it becomes his life. With the support from his family and trained himself in the harsh conditions make him turn into one of the gifted golfer in the history.This is one of the strangest screen presentations I have seen. It is nothing visual spectacular, or if you expect it to be a film that recreates his whole life, then you might end in a disappointment. Because it was a mix of the feature film as well as the documentary. His childhood days before he becomes a pro was awesomely cinematised and the rest was the archive footages from all the tournament he had competed."The one with biggest heart will win."That's the part anybody must not miss it because some of the greatest shots he ever played and when he teed off a bad shot, how he came back to the game was so inspiring. His spellbinding techniques and as a humble human being, anyone who does not know would to begin to like him like I did. The blend in narration between the real videos and actors performed were amazing. A perfect screen exhibition for a great sporting personality.Coming from an economically poor family did not stop him to pursue his dream. Everyone goes through a struggle while chasing such dream, and so Seve did despite very talented. It was a long journey that covered most of his life. With the interview clippings attached to it, lets us know his many unknown qualities of his family, friends, former teammates and opponents recalling their memories. Including some of his old interviews where he reveals how much he loved the game.It was not your usual biographical-sport film, but surely a must see. Very cleverly written screenplay and obviously wonderful editing. Especially if you're a Severiano Ballesteros' fan, you'll definitely love to see him in the film. This is how you showcase a legend on the screen if making money from the product is not an agenda, but letting the world who is Severiano Ballesteros.Actually, it was directed by a documentary filmmaker, so he excelled it. But the sad part is the film did not reach a wider audience or even the golf fans as it should have been. Mainly because the film did not see the worldwide release, but it is available in the digital format. So I hope my review made you a curious about it and I once gain hope you would recommend it to your friends.9/10

John R (kr) wrote: Lazy and overblown storytelling - aims to be insightful but ends up being the kind of movie David Wain makes ironically. Big chills going down my spine (rip off of The Big Chill; even has a wooden scene defending its non-Big-Chill-rip-offness).

Jen T (it) wrote: Haven't seen a Japanese "period film" for a long time and this one is a real treat!! Thought it was going to be gloomy and heavy and full of talks of sumurai spirit but was pleasantly surprised thanks to Takuya Kimura's acting and the director's attention to detail - can't wait to see his previous work.

Yvette L (kr) wrote: Good lord!! I wanted to beat the crap out of Lucy Lui!! I "almost" felt sorry for the crap we put guys through - and then I remembered I'm not quite as merciless as she - no pity!! :D

Alexis N (it) wrote: Oh Tom Hanks.. I love you, but this movie wasn't funny and I'm not sure it was about anything other than a womanizing man-child dealing with his parents busting up and his dad being ill. I wish it was more than just okay.

Emod L (it) wrote: 95%Amadeus is an incredibly bleak, immersive and well-acted piece that doesn't take sides.

Mark A (ru) wrote: The father is a cold fish, the mother a passionate woman, and the three boys are largely uncontrolled and uncontrollable. Were french school boys really that loutish in 1954? For all of their bad behaviour, this was a captivating film. Interwoven with the comedy was a subtle political thread that offered a counterpoint to the main story line. Laurent is not sure what he wants, but knows that he is not content. The story moves slowly until what had to be a shocking ending when it was released, but seems cinematically tame by today's standards. And then it moves lightning fast. In the end, Laurent proves his manhood and is accepted into the company of men by his brothers and his father and with the quiet approval of his mother. Tender and sweet at times, it evokes a time and place unfamiliar to us, but is the better for it.

Darrin C (de) wrote: I've enjoyed this classic ever since it came out. All types of good creatures to battle or befriend in this Greek-inspired flick.

Jack P (ag) wrote: A disney film that'll never get recognition or be noticed as one of the classics. Home on the range is when disney released lesser successful animated films. This film is more for children as it has more slapstick humour and a more simpler plot. However it was quite enjoyable and what you saw is what you got which was nice for once. Great voice casting and hearing randy quaid yodel was a highlight. Not the nest disney film but it wasn't bad neither.

Helen I (fr) wrote: I realy whant this movie

Gustavo B (it) wrote: In the near future advertising still looking for get the attention of consumer, using state of the art gimmicks. No matter the consequences of what the products do, company owners and advertisers have the need to engage in the general audience to get the products at any cost.Creative Control is the film directed by Benjamin Dickinson, tells the story of David (Benjamin Dickinson) a creative director of a prestigious ad agency, with the responsibility to create a campaign to release a new pair glasses, in the same vibe as the google glass, but simpler. David is recommended to test the product in order to understand how to create a more effective promotion. The new augmented reality technology allow the user to manage vast information of their surroundings, from voice recording and recognition, image capture personal data and eventually create vertical personas who interact with the user. David lives with Juliette (Nora Zehetner) a frustrated yoga instructor who left her job to find more mundane style of life. David and Juliette have a fine relationship, but David seems to be unsatisfied with her. David's best friend is Wim (Dan Gill) a director and art innovator who is in a relationship with Sophie (Alexia Rasmussen) who is a costumer and fashion designer. Secretly David is attracted to Sophie who turns into his virtual reality experiment after receiving his pair of Augmenta.Director Dickinson explore several issues with society: technology dependency which have similarities to the film Her by Spike Jonze. The substitution or replacement of real persona by a new wave of avatars of virtual reality.David's character turn his obsession from love to sexual desires using Sophie's digital footprint to a real 3 D character which David interact. Other subjects explore on this film are advertising as a dying medium of constant repetition of old ideas in the new digital age, enhancing it with fake representations of reality. In a scene David and his creative team are working in a pharmaceutical product where is been shooting on stage, but later will be enhanced digitally. The scene represents the inability of the clients to understand how of visual piece is created and the agency to perform properly and deliver it. Creative Control express the anger of some millennials against other generations like generation X who are wiser and richer, but seems to be ignorance about new technologies, this seems to be reflected in a conference room scene when David's boss (Gavin Mclinne) is trying to use the new Augmenta glasses but he is unable until he is been help by David and finally figure out. He said to David: You are a fucking genius! and David replies: No, I'm not, I'm just younger than you... Creative Control is a great sci fi film for the new digital ages and a great film for advertising people who wants to understand that in the near future, what matter is real ideas to sell products.