What Have You Done to Solange?

What Have You Done to Solange?

After several coeds are murdered at a college, a professor (Fabio Testi) who is involved with a student becomes a suspect, along with several other male and female teachers.

A teacher who is having an affair with one of his students takes her out on a boat. They see a knife killing on shore. Other gruesome murders start occurring shortly thereafter, and the teacher suspects that he may be the cause of them. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


What Have You Done to Solange? torrent reviews

Collin R (ag) wrote: considering the script seemed to be written on a napkin its actually quite entertaining and I expected Selena Gomez to be awful but she wasnt bad

Sean I (de) wrote: This movie was so bad that next time its on chiller, I will turn the power off just so I don't have to watch it.

David D (fr) wrote: Truly excellent horror film. The initial surprise suggested that it was going to be a gorefest, but what followed was a deliberately paced psychological thriller. The acting is all excellent. The characters, supernatural matters aside, are entirely believable. Very good story with a harsh critique of Fundamentalism. Beautifully photographed. Musical score was effective at helping create vann atmosphere without being intrusive. Highly recommended to fans of intelligent horror films.

Dee R (de) wrote: Garfield gets real. How? "Garfield Gets Real" is a 3D animation about Garfield, being a fictional character, getting lost in the real world. Honestly, I don't know how Garfield can go "Huh, what is this strange place?" when he gets lost in a world with characters that look exactly like him and the people in his world. I'm not sure if bad 3D quality makes it look that way, but even that Siamese cat, his awkard dog friend and female cat-dog friend Garfield meets in the real world are more a cartoon than he is. Plus they both "talk"; how can that freak be more real than Garfield? Just because everyone knows he appears in comics in the newspaper? It's not a movie I completely hate, I'm a Garfield whore. The basic plot is just great, and it could have been a very popular movie if was performed right.

Marischa B (ca) wrote: First of all I must say that I don't understand the low ranking, it is truly an underestimation of this film. I must admit that while I am a Tyler Perry fan I have been underwhelmed by his previous box office offerings. This film for me was a welcomed departure from his other films, it just seemed more professional, well directed, and the casting was phenomenal. Evan though it was rather preachy it seemed much less "after-school-specialish" than his initial movies. Jill Scott was amazing, Tasha Smith was Hilarious, and Janet Jackson wasn't as boring as she usually is. I hope this film is a precursor of more to come from Tyler Perry.

Ronnie G (ca) wrote: The sequel to Anaconda is one of those "woah I'm kinda linkin this movie for some strange reason".The film isn't to bad but eventually gets pretty boring.

shahrad s (de) wrote: it was a nice movie. u couldn't guss what would happen at the end but it was so surprising

Melinda M (ca) wrote: Sounds interesting...

Alex K (us) wrote: My Favorite Film Is 1941's Citizen Kane.

Denise G (br) wrote: I vaugley remember this film. It was a nice little B-movie.

Joanna B (ru) wrote: Initially dreaded as yet another clunking, smashing and fighting robot fantasy, Real Steel is actually a gritty and unique white-knuckle fun story. Set in the not-to-distinct future, normal human fisticuff boxing is obsolete and has been replaced by behemoth machines brutally delivering smack-downs to the death. An odd blend with the textured secondary (only due to its subtlety) storyline of sentimentality as a down-on-his-luck father and wise guy estranged son are forced together and must find common ground. After losing his shot at a world title, washed-up boxer Charlie Kenton (Hugh Jackman) has turned hustler. Forced out of the ring by 2000 pound, 8 foot-tall steel robots, Charlie is now reduced to the menial position of struggling small-time promoter for those machines that took his lively-hood, self-respect and dignity. Owing money in every which direction, Charlie skips town after each sour bout before collection and the inevitable dose of grievous bodily harm. Charlie's myriad of bad decisions forces him to scavenge scrap-yards to cobble remnants of low-end bots into something barely worthy of illegal underground matches. Unable to pay rent, Charlie is reluctantly being forced out of his gym-home by long-time suffering friend and once avid ringside supporter Bailey (Evangeline Lily). Hitting rock bottom with a resounding thud, things couldn't get any more difficult. Until his past comes knocking on the door.Unaware that his estranged 11 year old son Max (Dakota Goyo) is now orphaned Charlie is ordered to a custody hearing. Needing money more than a surprise dependant, Charlie has no qualms in offering to sell his parental rights to Max's wealthy Aunt (Hope Davis) and Uncle (James Rebhorn) for a tidy sum. There is a catch however, the perspective purchasers are off to Europe for the summer and Charlie gets half of the loot now and Max stays behind in his incapable care until their return. The two headstrong males clash more than the titans Charlie manages and when the overly cocky Charlie ignores Max's cautionary warnings about an overly ambitious fight, Charlies shamefully destroys his parental down-payment paid for new robot gladiator. Showing the same street smarts, determination and pure tenacity as his father Max discovers a totally complete discarded robot, named Atom. Sanguine in the idea that Atom is something special and can become a true championship contender, Max cleans his second generation reject pet project and orders Charlie to get him a fight. Quickly discovering he is not the only hustler in the family, Charlie is roped into assisting his son in navigating the minor leagues. With Charlie's boxing know-how, Max's sheer enthusiasm, and Atom's abilities with a unique shadow function, their hopeful rise to the top isn't without its challenges. In the brutal no-holds-barred championship arena, underdog Atom faces off against the imposing perfectly engineered Zeus and the rag tag trio get one last chance at a comeback. High-tech but with a human side, this sci-fi action doesn't badger viewers with convoluted and overtly flashy designs. Employing a Rocky Balboa determination that inspires action rather than gimmicky and visually insulting transformations, this is turbo charged machine movie with heart. Australia's favorite loveable larrikin Jackman exudes his usual likable charm; the required gruff, rough and tough portrayal hints at the genuine refinement lurking just below the surface. Spunky newcomer Goyo delivers on the right amount of precociousness to make this discarded child trying to teach his childish father a valuable lesson endearing.The Verdict: Delivering more than just ring-side thrills, there are some gorgeous little moments of levity and innocence. The marriage of dancing, boxing and anti-hero Jackman is destined to become a winner no matter what the outcome. Published: The Queanbeyan AgeDate of Publication: 21/10/2011