I don't even know how to describe this movie.
It's only okay. It's notable because it's somehow rated PG but is so utterly completely unsuitable to that rating; legendary.
An Ogre and cursed princess get married then travel to visit her parent's.
It's okay, but not particularly great. I guess if you absolutely loved the first you'd like this.
An ogre petitions the lord of the land to get rid of illegal immigrants and is sent on a quest.
Very good; I can see why it was popular!
Cryogenics is used to freeze a criminal and the cop who was framed while capturing him, and both are awakened to a seemingly-pristine world.
A classic that holds up well.
A grieving woman goes insane after her child is kidnapped.
A horror. It's a horror. It's a slow plodding drama that eventually gets around to a very light mystery and then a horror. A bad one.
A person is programmed to perniciously perish it's programmer's programming partners.
In a world where siblings are illegal, seven of them struggle against being caught.
It was kind of okay to begin with but it sled downhill..
- Aka Seven Sisters.
I don't know why there's no question mark for this title?
See also Multiplicity - (1996 movie)
A cop dons the appearance of a criminal mastermind in order to foil his terrorist plot.
An excellent, though generally-forgettable, bubblegum movie.
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