Very bad. Didn't see the whole thing.
I have only walked out of a theater during a movie twice in my life. One
those times was while viewing Dracula: Dead and Loving it. I remember
laughing at the gag where Dracula takes off his hair and hangs it up on
hat rack. Aside from that one chuckle, the remainder of the time I spent
the theater was spent looking at my watch. Finally I turned to my friend,
and his eight year old brother and suggested we leave. They both agreed
with no objection. If an eight year old wants to leave the theater, then
you know a movie is bad!.
Zleyter watch Lost In Translation movie
great comedy.best dracula parody ever..
hamad33 watch Pompeii: The Last Day movie
its a nice movie i love it.
jalonj watch Bad Biology movie
great movie made me laugh .
tbasalrtasw watch On Any Sunday movie
sunilthampy watch Hanger movie
Laught out loud movie.
Best laughter of my life.
Leslie Nielsen's Dracula is absolutely hilarious and I just love the way he gives life to the story in his own style. Not a single moment in the movie you feel bored or sleepy. Its just too good and this would be the nth time I am wanting to watch this movie.
Funny As Neilsen Is!!!
I watched this movie because I am a fan of Leslie Neilsens and I must say he
does a fantastic job as the bumbling Count. His speech was
realistic as it was convincing. And both Amy Yasbeck and Lysette
add the right mix of comedic sexual humor which is always good. Mel Brooks
was good, but he just didn't fit the bill as Professor Van Helsing. My
favorite character was Peter MacNichol as Renfield. His character really
made the story come alive, oh and he did a fine job at
denying being a bug eater. Overall the movie was not disappointing, and all
worked out well for Dracula who is Dead and Loving It.