Werewolf in a Women's Prison

Werewolf in a Women's Prison

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Set in the fictional third world country of Canpuna, 'Werewolf in a Womens Prison' is the story of Sarah (Victoria De Mare), when camping with her boyfriend, is attacked by a werewolf. She ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Caroline C (ag) wrote: I was so excited to see this movie after seeing the trailer. Matt Dillon was good; Naomi Watts was not too believable with her bad grammar and on-off again southern accent, but the story evoked no emotion out of me whatsoever... Except for "when will this be over?"

Jeffrey V (au) wrote: Decent slasher flick that actually had me vested in the outcome of some of the characters. The gore(and there was plenty)was pretty gruesome and well done considering the budget!

Oscar D (nl) wrote: Slow-burning thriller that fails to take off despite the quality cast

Henry K (au) wrote: If the people who made that awful Hercules TV show in the 90s made a movie about pirates, this is probably what it would look like.

Matt B (ag) wrote: Great story about the life of the adorable emperor penguin

IOnell S (fr) wrote: Divertida, la forma en que se van conectando las historias de los personajes es sencilla pero efectiva, facil de entender. Ademas el escenario es Roma preciosa.

Sean L (mx) wrote: It's a shame this droops down into the slums of a typical romantic comedy formula somewhere in the second act, because up to that point it had been a surprisingly delicate, open-hearted perspective on the mourning process. Tom Hanks, who effectively flexes his solemn-face muscles for most of the picture, is the titular "Sleepless," a widower who doesn't believe in love after loss and can't close his eyes without getting tangled in painful memories. When his son convinces him to sit in on a call to a self-help radio program, he gains fame among the desperate middle-aged set. Mixed in among that pack is a not-quite-ready-to-be-married Meg Ryan, who obsesses over him to a worrying degree. It would be curious to see this play out with the roles reversed today - would it be dubbed a timeless romance or a dark dose of suspense? I was on the hook for that first act, but when the tone shifted to allow for more punchlines it lost its way and bucked me into the dirt. Mildly funny soap opera material for the most part, it's disappointing Hanks and Ryan didn't have a chance to revisit the chemistry they'd sparked in Joe Versus the Volcano - they only share the screen for a few moments.

Gregory W (gb) wrote: good period piece great cast

Thomas B (us) wrote: Steve McQeen and Jackie Gleason!!! "The King of Cool and The Great One" in the same movie!!! Can it be true!!! Yes!!! However , I liked the movie. It kinda make you feel sorry for Jackie Gleason's caricature. I don't think most people liked the film, but it's worth watching these two great actors work together.

Roxanne D (gb) wrote: This seems to be about representation. There is grief for example, and the spectre of grief, which a photograph can capture. Fay enjoys taking pictures of herself, and it is that representation that ultimately consumes her. It seems then, that what we have here is something like anxiety about duality. Fay's representation is the bifurcated aspect of her made manifest. I think it's time for film and media to stop demonizing duality and contradiction. That is the person. The consistency people are forced to adopt is prison and completely antithetical to individuality.

Jonah T (it) wrote: Actually, it's a bit obvious as a movie about homosexuality, but as a movie about love and heartbreak it really shines.