Lorie Walker ( Meagan Good), attends a ritzy private school in a small southern town. Raised by her grandmother Valerie ( Ruby Dee), she often daydreams of becoming a professional dancer. After a chance meeting with a renowned music video director, her lifestyle changes completely. She finds herself struggling to stay grounded in this new, provocative, glamorous world.
- Stars:Urpo Poikolainen, Aarne Hakulinen, Pentti Viljakainen, Artturi Haikonen, Erkki Helo, Raimo Ahrenberg, Esko Valonen, Arvo Hursti, Pauli Virtanen, Eino Ali-Kovero, Ahti Setälä, Seija Mikkonen, Jarmo Snäll, Pentti Pykälä-Aho, Seija Saarikuru, Meagan Good, Adam Senn, Ruby Dee, La'Myia Good, Haylie Duff, Datari Turner, LisaRaye McCoy-Misick, Bun B, Bobby V, Juelz Santana, Max Minelli, Melyssa Ford, Angel Lola Luv, Esther Baxter, Paul Ben-Victor,
- Director:Ty Hodges,
- Writer:Datari Turner (screenplay)
An African-American woman who is a failed ballet dancer, tries out a career in music video modeling and encounters the dark sides of fame and her job. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Video Girl torrent reviews
(it) wrote: Sympa, dans le genre pas prise de tte avec des personnages attachants et un bb tout mignon
(jp) wrote: Warm and meaningful. Impeccable casting gets the movie off brilliantly. The movie makes an extensive use of the location and history - both quite rare in Indian movies (impressive use of the historic Kolkata test for instance apart from the other mega-events of the time including the Kutch earthquake). Realistic portrayals, many inspiring interactions, good songs and a rousing climax - all combine to make a lovely film.
(br) wrote: Lukewarm, so very lukewarm.
(it) wrote: a competent, well-shot homage to something i don't care about
(fr) wrote: esta bien padrevean la pelicula
(ru) wrote: Lots of heart, lots of character growth, and one of the best novelties about the film is that you spend most of it watching Bolt's unconventional decisions knowing that he really doesn't know.
(au) wrote: This film looks at taboo subjects honestly. I do not like films that profess to be erotic or to portray sexual subjects while showing explicit female nudity but not male. In Ma Mere this is not the case. As such it is, in my opinion, far more equitable then "The Dreamer" by Bertolucci which shows no frontal male nudity and thus is heterosexist and sexist. Ma Mere is not this. Kudos to an open fearless exploration.
(ru) wrote: a great firefighter movie! I respect firefighters for what they do through this movie. :)
(br) wrote: Christine Lahti stars in this harrowing made-for-cable film based on the real-life story of Gisella Perl, a Jewish Hungarian doctor imprisoned in the notorious Auschwitz death camp of World War II.
(us) wrote: Perhaps one of the stranger movies I've ever seen, Vampire Clan would not be my first choice to see again. Drew Fuller (otherwise known as Chris from the hit series "Charmed") plays a very convincing, rather disturbing character.
(jp) wrote: not the worst i've seen not the best either
(kr) wrote: The concept sounded interesting but the plot and acting were so bad, I had to turn this boring movie off after about 40 minutes.
(mx) wrote: I enjoyed it, I found it difficult to get into but I enjoyed it.
(br) wrote: I registered on this god forgotten site just to say that people who give this film low rating either don't understand anything in film-making or just didn't live the life. One of the best films ever period.
(mx) wrote: This might be the greatest Canadian film ever made. It's a dark and fascinating coming-of-age drama about a young boy who feels that his family are all nuts. (A bit of an allegory on how Lauzon felt about his fellow Canadian filmmakers). The film manages to balance some incredibly twisted sequences with very touching moments that are truthful and hilarious. It's shot exquisitely and the soundtrack is genius. Sadly, Lauzon died in a plane crash after this film. He was quickly becoming one of the defining auteurs of Canadian cinema. All of which harks back to Jean Vigo.
(ru) wrote: normal, muy intrascendente
(br) wrote: I'll give this one a three star rating for two reasons. The film was mostly done with practical effects, that includes the fog as they filmed most of this in a small ghost town in Ontario, Canada and it felt like a product of love for the franchise, even if it wasn't that great.The greatest downfall of this movie was that they introduced Pyramid Head and added suspense into an adaptation of a game that didn't have very much suspense, just a really well done atmosphere and an impressive use of the limitations of the time. The creatures in the game were always avoidable. Pyramid Head, or the Boogeyman, is a representation of the main character's guilt. In this it could be Rose trying to come to terms with the fact that her little girl is gone and blaming herself for the death of her child, therefore having a guilt she has to come to terms with but that's taken away in the second movie, which I'll review later with a much lower rating, As well as the inclusion of the Silent Hill 2 Nurses. In the games the nurses all look different in each game (except homecoming and Origins, those are post movie). The nurses in the first game look pretty normal with the exception of a deformity on their backs, there were also doctors included in the game the look very similar. It's the only game to have them both. In the second game they have cleavage and deformed faces, because James's wife was attractive as well as hospitalized for a couple years before her death. In the third game they all looked like the main character with her natural hair color of black as a form of self loathing. But I'm not here to review the games, just to make a point that they could have designed a new outfit for the nurses in this to co-relate better to Rose's character.On the topic of Rose, I actually quite liked her as a character. She's a worrying mother yelling out for her daughter out of desperation, this is right after an amazing remake of the opening scene from the first game, where Harry gets out of his car to look for his daughter, while calling out her name. They even have a very accurate adaptation with Rose walking down the alley, having the scenery slowly change in the dark, and being chased by one of the grey children, ending up in a cafe. Having "Ring of FIre" playing in the background as she catches her breath is more of a reference to her love for her child as well as what happened to Alessa. It's a nice bit of audio visual poetry that a lot of people don't seem to notice.Though there were a lot of missed opportunities in this, instead of having Cybil burnt alive (the actress over a real fire in very real danger if they messed up), they could have had a scene where Rose was forced to kill her to enter the labyrinth, which was an actually place in the games though a lot more reminiscent of the rest of the game. I mean ending it off with Rose needing to use Cybil's gun to shoot down a woman that used to be her daughter would have been a lot more visually appealing than gore. Even having this scene where Rose just stands over the woman, crying and then they fade to black, cuing the credits and the song "Tears of..." from the game starts play. That would have been a much better ending.All in all, Christoph Gans put a solid effort into adapting a game that he loved and it does show, which is why I'll give it a recommendation to fans of the game, just not die hard fans.
(au) wrote: Good animal conservationist story, but a cheap and cliched production.