Rosemary's Baby

Rosemary's Baby

DVD - 2014
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Rosemary and Guy start a new life in Paris, where a good deed leads to friendship with a rich and powerful couple who may be hiding a dark secret.
Publisher: Santa Monica, CA : Lionsgate Television, [2014]
Edition: DVD
Characteristics: video file,DVD video
digital,optical,surround,5.1 Dolby Digital
1 videodisc (176 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.

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AnnihilatorX
May 18, 2015

This is a very strange ripoff of the the movie Rosemarys Baby
from 1968 with Mia Farrow and examines black magic and the science of people farming, mind control and Black market economy religious profiteering cults, this is a sad attempt of borrowing the already known title of "Rosemarys Baby" and useing it to seem like you are in "The Biz" to add to the groupies whose only hope is to remake this red box riff raff? why didnt they call it "State Farm Bedfellows", or since it was filmed in Paris, France , Le ferme d'etat le satan. State Farm of Satan. Oh I see, we will film dumb ass films in France because they have no rules or laws and we can use the city as a movie set to make it look like a real setting to spend ridiculous amounts of money on shit that never really happened but if we film a bunch of scenes of people meandering around Paris to extort large amounts of money and call it a film production about a movie from 1968 we saw long ago then we can say we are part of another red box peice o. shit movie, oh I see fake white people arent allowed to make real quality remakes in the USA? one last thing! TRYING TO READ PEOPLES
MIND AND PROJECT THEM INTO "YOUR" HALLUCINATIONS USEING TYPE CASTING AND PREDICTING THE FUTURE IS WITCHCRAFT, MY FREIND, THE "MAGIC OF HOLLYWOOD IS LOST TO PROFITEERING CULTS AND WITCHES AND WARLOCKS SOMEWHERE IN PARIS FRANCE, BUT AT LEAST YOU STILL HAVE A CREDIT CARD, hey find grace kelly and remake HIGH SOCIETY OF THE LIVING DEAD, ALL EXPENSES PAID? NAH get 'DUDE WHERES MY CAR?" AND DHEN? JUST AU REVOIR.

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tj_is_cool
Oct 01, 2014

Watchable but rather long and boring.

ravenheart Sep 29, 2014

This is much better than the previous two reviewers here are indicating. I have to seriously wonder how long it has been since those reviewers actually saw the original movie, because it didn't hold up well to the passing of time, and is quite boring to watch. The acting in the original is awful. Very shallow, poorly developed characters and weak dialogue. (I just watched the original a couple weeks ago, and it wasn't remotely as good as I remembered it being when I'd seen it as a child. By present day standards, and viewing it as an adult, I found that it actually sucks pretty bad.) Zoe Saldana as well as Carole Bouquet (Margaux) and Jason Isaacs (Roman) are all WAY better than anyone which appears in the original movie, and the script is much better as well. This current version is far superior to the original film. I really can't understand why anyone would even think that the original was worth seeing, let alone that it's better than this new version. Maybe they read the book around the same time they saw the original movie and it artificially bolstered their opinions of the crappy original film.

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SouthSideTanyaV
Sep 18, 2014

I aw this when it originally ran on television ...a very, very horrible re-make. Stick to the original movie.

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ItsJustAmy
Jul 29, 2014

If you have any fondness for the original book and/or movie (both of which are Top 5 favorites of mine), do not watch this. If you're a horror or thriller fan, do not watch this. If you like Zoe Saldana, Patrick J Adams, or Jason Isaacs, do not watch this.

If you like boring, dumb, poorly-acted drivel that's about 2.5 hours too long, well, then, this is for you.

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