Action / Comedy / Horror / Romance

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IMDb Rating 5.2 10 8319


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Krysten Ritter as Stacy
Dan Stevens as Joey
Sigourney Weaver as Cisserus
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Michael Ledo 8 / 10

Undead is not unfeeling

Vamps is a chick flick. It would most likely get a five star review at a Taylor Swift concert. Alicia Silverstone and Krysten Ritter play two vampires in the modern dating era. Alicia dates back to the 1840's and has trouble adjusting to modern gadgets, while Krysten is at home with them. Both of the women develop love interests. Alicia meets an old boyfriend (Richard Lewis) from the 1960's while Krysten falls for a man named Van Helsing (Dan Stevens) who has a father who hunts vampires.

The Vamps are part of a support group who only drink animal blood. The jokes consist of mostly lame vampire humor such as women attempting to apply make-up without a mirror. There is one scene where Alicia is looking through pictures of old boyfriends. One of the pictures is Edgar Allen Poe. There were some scenes that worked and were funny. Unfortunately too much of the film had humor and scenes that didn't make it for a mature audience. Definitely only a rental. A sometimes fun film you might want to see once.

Parental Guide: 1-f-bomb, implied sex, no nudity.

Reviewed by [email protected] 10 / 10

be patient with the movie and forgiving

Play along with the jokes, this movie has heart - the nostalgia for the past is authentic and real, and the ending, amazingly has a much deeper meaning, with statements made by both main characters intended for the living, and for life - and love - you give your best to someone , and time moves on, youth is fleeting, and lacks meaning, the only real meaning is way beyond skin deep. . I doubt many picked out the far deeper message, it was truly a shock in a comedy, but is a great tribute to the best in these actors, who span generations, and ages, reflectively, to the movie's theme. . very rare indeed. highly recommended.

Reviewed by srdjan_veljkovic 6 / 10

A few great jokes, otherwise not very good

Essentially, all through the movie, fun is being made of the "vampire movement", but, not in a spoof kind of way. That is, there are no explicit spoofs of "Twilight", "Underworld" or any other vampire movie or show. This is, of course, good, as the "movement" is so silly and worthy of reproach.

In all that, some things work, while others don't. Of those that do work, a few are _great_ - for example, the one at the dinner with the Van Helsings. But, just a few.

The other problem is that with all that trying, there's no real reproach of the "vamp movement", which is a lost opportunity. Also, there's no real story here, it's mostly a bunch of sketches.

Krysten Ritter is playing a role that is great fit for her acting skills, Alicia Silverstone, not so much, but, is well cast as a middle- aged woman (turned-vampire) who used to be hot. Sigourney Weaver is a misfire, her playing the "crazy, horny, vampire boss" should have worked, but it didn't: by the end, when she's being beheaded, you're neither happy nor sad it has come to that.

It is worth to watch the whole thing (except maybe the very end) to get those few great jokes that only work in this context, but, don't expect anything more.

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