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Emanuelle and the Last Cannibals back to product details

Don't bother
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written by fred3f January 12, 2005 - 7:30 AM PST
2 out of 6 members found this review helpful
Unless you are into bad movies I think you could find something better to do with your time. Two of the girls are cute but passionless. The sex scenes have 0 chemistry. The most enthusiasm shown in the movie is for cutting off nipples and other sexual parts (shown in graphic detail).

The whole movie is boring to distraction. An awful lot of time is spend showing people moving from one place to another. Scenes of cars driving on the road, airplanes flying, boats going down or up river, people walking down a path. Use your fast forward liberally if you rent this. The only reason I can of think to rent this is if, for some reason, you like making fun of bad movies. If that turns you on, then you will find much to make fun of here.

Trap 'em and Kill 'em
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written by cammelltoe September 18, 2003 - 12:58 PM PDT
10 out of 10 members found this review helpful
While not as great as D'amato's Emanuelle in America, this bizarre movie is still cheesy, sleazy, and fascinating enough to warrant viewing. The beautiful Laura Gemsar shows signs of life in her portrayal of lady reporter Emanuelle. What's really great about this movie is the blending of leering softcore romping and grossout gore. And i mean gross-out. On view here is graphic castration, nipple slicing, abdomen-gutting...The gore and sex are never explicitly intercut together, and director D'Amato was a tried and true hand at combining succsesful genres to increase the odds of box office bounty, but there seems to be some gleefully sadistic correlation between the two. Add to the fact that the progression of graphic scenes goes from sex to gory body mutilation, and there is something more than soft focus groping going on here. an added plus is the soundtrack is great. And the transfer is great. Give in!

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