Video Voyeur: The Susan Wilson Story

Video Voyeur: The Susan Wilson Story

A Louisiana woman discovers that a trusted neighbor has installed video surveillance equipment in her home to spy on her family. As a result, the real-life Wilson lobbied for a 1999 state law passed in nine other states since making video voyeurism a felony.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:100 minutes
  • Release:2002
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:trial,   bed,   embarrassment,  

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Vincent T (es) wrote: Great Doc, on super foods and the healing powers within. no really!

Mallidis E (ag) wrote: A murder, a mysterious killer, mind manipulation... It is interesting... Sakis is nothing special...Richard...

Mya M (fr) wrote: it's a great movie Lee Han(Kim Nam Gil) is an wonderfull actor i love him

Urmi C (de) wrote: ***I'm the Milky Way Man, and I know everything!***PLOT:Good-natured astronomer Sam is devastated when the love of his life, Linda, leaves him for a suave Frenchman named Anton. He therefore does what every other normal dumpee would do; go to New York and set up home in the abandoned building opposite his ex-girlfriend's apartment, intent on winning her back and waiting until she decides to leave her current lover. What Sam does not count on is being joined several weeks later by ultra hip tomboy Maggie, a photographer and motor-cyclist who is determined to get revenge on Anton, her ex-fiance. Hostile at first, the two of them eventually join forces in an attempt to separate the couple, and ruin Anton's life. However, complications ensue when Sam and Maggie start falling for each other. Written by Anonymous GRADE: 9/10COMMENT: 100% in love with M.B As for the movie it was sweet too :)

(de) wrote: I think this movie is really funny. Love the quirkiness of the friendship.

Henry K (nl) wrote: I've seen a lot of negative reviews for this film. Honestly it's a lot of fun! Sure it's not perfect, but for the most part the comedy is very well done if you are into very dry humor. Several classic lines are in this film.One of my favorite scenes is when Reynolds enters a fancy party where almost everyone is wearing a tux. Reynolds is wearing a trench coat and suit with a long black tie. The bouncer at the door tells Reynolds that "this is a black tie" party. Reynolds points at his long black tie and responds: "Good thing I'm wearing one".So overall if tis type of humor is your style and you don't take the story too seriously you'll enjoy this rare and unusual film.

Mario G (br) wrote: Ese monlogo al final... "I knew these people, these two people. They were in love with each other"...

Daniel T (jp) wrote: This is Robert Clouse's follow-up to Enter the Dragon, using Jim Kelly as the main action focus. The kitch is turned all the way up to 11, so be prepared. This falls squarely in the middle of the post-Bruce Lee kung fu movie craze (Well, karate in this case) and full on 70's Blaxploitation. This movie also has, without question, THE most amazing title/intro music of all time. I'm not even kidding.

matilda d (kr) wrote: Half a star for effects ( and trust me thats generous ). Half a star for acting (even more generous ). And 3 stars for making me laugh unintentionally.

Jeff B (ru) wrote: The Moby-like main character and Juliette Lewis' annoying voice only added to the pain of watching this prententious crap.

Phil H (gb) wrote: The title for this film and the poster are pretty cool, I wonder if Fred Dekker borrowed the idea for his movie 'The Monster Squad'. Anyway here we have another horror anthology (not Amicus) that's piece de resistance was having Vincent Prince and John Carradine star in the bookend story. Other horror (anthology) regulars such as Donald Pleasence and Britt Ekland also pop up but no Peter Cushing this time. Carradine portrays real life British horror author Chetwynd-Hayes whose stories are what this anthology are based upon.The film starts off in a fine manner with Price playing a vampire (he didn't play them often...or ever) and biting Carradine in a most polite way of course. To thank Carradine Price takes him to the Monster Club where various ghouls and...errrm monsters hang out and let their hair and fur down. Now this sounds pretty sweet no doubt but I'm afraid to say the entire idea is let down with the most dreadful looking sequences you'll have seen for some time. Think of the Mos Eisley space cantina in 'Star Wars' with all the alien creatures but no where near as good and with terrible costumes.When I say terrible costumes I mean it, they look like kids Halloween costumes your mum bought at the local supermarket. Absolutely horrendous, so much so in fact I'm not even sure if it was done like that on purpose for comedic relief. What's even stranger is the musical interludes between the short stories, you have a horror tale followed by some weird ass pop group dressed up with bad makeup singing a bad song, was this filler? At one point Price gets up and dances with the monsters on the dance floor...I'm still not sure if I should look on this as uber cool or just a crappy run time extension, its nothing like 'Thriller' so don't get excited.The actual stories are reasonable but pretty timid frankly, what's more they create new monsters or hybrids which sound daft. The first is based around a Shadmock which is the offspring of...something, I can't elaborate because the sequence where Price explains what monsters are called when they mate with other monsters is so confusing I just ran with it. Basically this creature looks like a pale male human but his whistle can somehow burn things to a crisp? whatever. The story is merely about a couple trying to get a hold of this Shadmocks huge fortune by having the young woman marry him under false pretenses of love. The setting and location are nice and atmospheric, bit of a 'Beauty and the Beast' or 'Phantom of the Opera' type premise but not up to the same standard.The next short is about a vampire family, well the man of the house is a vampire but his wife and boy are not oddly. Donald Pleasence is part of a secret vampire hunters team that carry violin cases that contain stakes for killing vampires (Robert Rodriguez see this film?). Pleasence follows the boy and eventually talks him into exposing his father even though the boy never knew his father was a vampire. In the end Pleasence gets bitten and must fight off his own men, its very shallow and hardly a horror tale at all, its not even spooky really. It raises more questions than anything but I guess its only a vignette.The final story is easily the best and revolves around a film director travelling to a small remote village in the English countryside to scout the location. There he discovers a century old race of ghouls that eat corpses. When trying to escape this village of the damned he only gets so far before discovering that more people outside of the village are in fact ghouls and escape may well be futile. Again many questions are raised but the tale is the most interesting and could easily be expanded, its basically your common zombie apocalypse type flick that obviously has lots of similarities with the 1960 film 'Village of the Damned'.I kinda had high hopes for this film but felt disappointed in the end. Everything looks a bit cheap and nasty and the vignettes are pretty low key with little thrills or excitement to be had. The cast is solid as usual but that doesn't really make much difference, its all about the stories and apart from the final one its all very drab.

Ker Malkin G (fr) wrote: While it is certainly glad to know the teen movie genre has veered off from the teen angst kind of plot and focuses more on the "fun", Beach Blanket Bingo unfortunately proves to be nonsensical, over-the-top and a very scattered teen beach movie.