Who Killed Bambi?

Who Killed Bambi?

Isabelle, a beautiful nursing student, is starting her internship at a prestigious hospital. She meets Dr. Philip there, feels atracted to him from the beggining and starts suffering from strange fainting; so he calls her Bambi: her legs don't support her. Patients mysteriously start to dissappear from their rooms; so Bambi and Dr. Philip start a cat vs. mouse paranoid game, in order to catch the probable killer.

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Who Killed Bambi? torrent reviews

Beth B (fr) wrote: interesting premise, great acting, lived a lifetime in a 2-hour car ride

Alastair W (fr) wrote: Yeaaaaaaahhhhhh Boyyeeeeeeeeeeeee. That is all

hannah b (it) wrote: quite funny. all about gettiing high. some good cast.

Joseph R (ca) wrote: Wow. So I've been continuing my trend to watch just about any piece of garbage that comes over the airwaves, and that's what introduced me to Spinning into Butter.In an ill advised attempt at redeeming her career after years of playing one of the shallow monsters on Sex in the City, Sarah Jessica Parker plays a young-ish student dean who's totally cool with helping out "minority" students at a mayonnaise-white-university in Vermont. But wait, the boring boat is about to be rocked ... and how! After a few disconcerting notes turn up on campus, spouting racial epithets and threatening a black student, things spin out of control. The evil white council that runs the university wants Sarah, Parker ... tough one i know, to help sweep things under the rug. Of course things quickly escalate and a racial brawl is captured on camera by the almost-charming reporter Aaron. Aaron and Sarah quickly strike up a friendship based almost entirely on commiseration, and eventually things wind down as it's revealed who the culprit behind these various hate crimes really is. (spoiler, it's really really dumb)In a nutshell Spinning into Butter is trying very hard to be a better movie than it actually is. All the characters are shallow representations of real human beings, even those who get the most screen time. There is absolutely no chemistry between Sarah and Aaron, which makes swallowing the arc of their friendship impossible. It doesn't help that Parker has a blank look on her face the majority of the movie, when she isn't frowning (in thought perhaps? who knows). Williamson shares part of that responsibility too as he plays his role as a sort of mildly jovial but infinitely more well-balanced in a psychological sense Tracy Morgan (I mean the man in real life ... or the man in any of his character roles, there's hardly a difference). What really kills the movie for me is a scene in the late second half where Sarah and Aaron confront one another re: their respective prejudices. It turns out that while Sarah is cool with brown folks on an intellectual level, she's a total cross-burning bigot. WHAT??? you ask? Well turns out she previously worked at an almost exclusively black university. The result of her work there being to "turn her into" a racist ... because you know ... that's what's bound to happen. In her defense Sarah claims to understand that obviously all black people aren't bad, there are in fact good black people (whoa revelation time!), but you know "you only ever notice the bad ones". What. The. Fuck. So basically this movie fails on every level. I could go on, but honestly I've already put more thought into this brief review than the filmmakers put into the movie itself.

Victor M (gb) wrote: wife did not like. ok for me.

James M (mx) wrote: A pleasant comedy with good intentions, not particularly memorable though. Whatever happened to Judge Reinhold??

Heather M (nl) wrote: This was a fairly predictable story. The special effects were awful, but it is worth at least one watch.

Mason B (de) wrote: Every once in a while I see a film that reminds me that Steve Buscemi is brilliant. I mean it, I think Steve Buscemi is one of the best American actors working today. He's certainly the most underrated. You can can see the proof of this in Reservoir Dog, The Messenger, Fargo, and in Trees Lounge. So for those readers who know him as one of the ubiquitous supporting actors in Adam Sandler's Happy Madison production; know that his talents are being extremely underserved there. Here is Trees Lounge, he writes, directs, as well as stars. Steve Buscemi plays Tommy, a down-on-his-luck, out of work, alcoholic barfly who seems to have a talent for making terrible decisions. Still, he's a nice guy, and you're still very capable of sympathizing with him. The film follows him as he goes through whats left of his life, trying to pick up the pieces from his terrible life choices. The entire film is an examination of his alcoholism and laziness as he interacts with the world around him in the small New York town he lives. Steve Buscemi is brilliant in the lead role, and he's joined by a stellar supporting cast as well. Trees Lounge isn't especially ambitious, but it's a nice little film from Director Steve Buscemi.

RoAn F (ca) wrote: Havey Keitel plays his ominous and addicted character to perfection

Diana L (br) wrote: Not much really happens.

Dan A (au) wrote: Not good. A tornado is coming from behind you. You are in a car. The road is leading away. Why would you slam on the breaks and get out??? Sad part is I have seen much worse big budget horror movies in the theater this year.

David D (gb) wrote: Nothing new or creative here

Private U (it) wrote: fascinating performances and really interesting handling of social tensions - quite odd in places though - montgomery clift in particular.

Chris S (ru) wrote: This was very disturbing. One of the most shocking films I have seen in a long time