Macy, BiBi and Chelsea, are young fashion models who have signed on to shoot a commercial. To meet with the theme “Youth and Death”, the director suggests shooting the commercial at their boss, Mr King’s ancestral home on the East Dragon Island. King’s great-grandfather had once been a vampire and put under a spell in his family grave on the island. The girls are busy partying and shooting at the beach. Little do they know that the old vampire is awakened and three other people on the island had been bitten and are turning into vampires. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Gina H (gb) wrote: Good, funny in parts
Devi R (au) wrote: Awesome movie and Vijay acting is Brilliant as usual
Calvin C (au) wrote: Another anticipated environmental movie!
Clark B (ca) wrote: When I saw this PBS documentary about origami offered Instant Watch on Netflix, I thought what the hell, I'll watch it. I like Japanese food. I thought origami was a noodle and I could've sworn I ate some origami sushi when I was in the military. I thought it gave me gas, but that's wrong, it's the art of folding paper, so that damn PBS got me wrapped up in another weird subject. I don't know how, but PBS gets me watching the oddest stuff. When I finally realized it was paper folding I wondered what sort of wackos would waste their time on such silliness? Well, actually, wackos like me because all my printer paper is ruined now. It's all folded up; won't fit in the slot anymore. Damn PBS. Origami is addicting and the sculptures these artists create are amazing. Elephants - drooping sad faces - finely detailed insects - it's all done with folds. No cutting or glue allowed in origami. Did you know that? Spindly insect legs done with just folds. I'm just a beginner, a "grasshopper" as they say in the Orient, and I don't like to brag, but I've crafted a few origami artworks of my own. It seems I'm a natural, it just flows out of me. I have one piece I've named "Isosceles Triangle" produced during my early "geometric" period. I have another called "Pointy Airplane" that will actually fly. You just have to put a paperclip on it's nose, so it's really a mixed medium piece. Steel on paper. The one I'm most proud of though, my magnum opus as some would say, is called "Crumpled-Up Ball: A Study in Abstract". That one is many, many folds. Innumerable folds that I created during an inspired alcohol fueled frenzy. I display this masterwork in a glass case in my foyer and it leaves visitors speechless. They just stare at it, transfixed. Clearly it moves them, but I tell them it's not for sale. I can see the disappointment in their eyes, but I won't pervert my art for the thousands of dollars they'd probably offer me. I'M AN ARTIST, NOT A PROSTITUTE! So I recommend this episode of Independent Lens. The subject of paper folding is endlessly fascinating, just stock up on plenty of paper. You may not be as gifted as me, few are, but it might be a good hobby for you - keep you from wasting your time reading those countless inane movie reviews.
Ryan P (fr) wrote: Decent short film from Pixar. Forgettable.
Rubiyat B (nl) wrote: Copy of sh's the man
Maritess G (au) wrote: Sunshine Cleaning features three of the finest actors of the decade (Adams, Blunt, Arkin), but falls short of providing them with enough range for which to showcase their acting abilities. The idea for the movie's plot is also something of interest, but its mind-numbingly slow pace kind of defeats the purpose.
Gary M (de) wrote: Why did they put this as a comedy? It's not funny. There is more action then anything else and although it's pretty bad in the terms of the bugs and web looks fake. It still is a pretty good movie to watch.
Sergio R (br) wrote: Ambitious in ideas and tabu themes, Talk to Her is a masterful example of film-making with a wonderful, unpredictable and detailed screenplay, engaging characters, beautiful direction, a very unique way to express emotions and to make complex questions about it, in a physical and a transcendental level.
Tracy L (us) wrote: If you think being an ordinary person is any easier than being an extraordinary one, you're wrong.
Grace B (gb) wrote: I am a huge fan of the show but I did not like this movie. It was hard to follow plus had some really unnecessary scenes that were for mature audiences while the show was more pg13.
Steve W (fr) wrote: There isn't a wasted moment in this gloriously manic and fun film. The love lives of several women take a turn for the worst, leaving them in a manic state of depression and desperation. What ensues are hilarious hijinks and awkward moments all around. I consider this one of the stronger films in Almodovar's filmography.
Dan G (de) wrote: Trier said in an interview that: "a movie ought to be like a pebble in your shoe" and he meant it. This is one annoying and frustrated because I wanted to get rid off it after a while even if I wanted to like it. Udo Kier's appearance and a few visual shots is the only reason for me even managing to see through this one.
Samuel M (ru) wrote: excellent film funny
Shane D (it) wrote: It's hard not to draw comparisons to the Arnie classic - clearly the inspiration for this modern revisiting. That original plays out more as an ironic comedy nowadays as does much of this. You do spend much of the film admiring the dedication of these men and then equally scoffing at their combined ridiculous pursuits - the man falling off his horse is a particular treat. Overall, an interesting peak behind a very odd world.
Eric T (nl) wrote: I really really hated the mother character. I could've definitely done without her.