A wild ride juiced with enough energy and excitement for at least three films.
- Hollywood Reporter, 2002-08-10
With Dirty Deeds, David Caesar has stepped into the mainstream of filmmaking with an assurance worthy of international acclaim and with every cinematic tool well under his control -- driven by a natural sense for what works on screen.
BBC version Emma (2009) (Widescreen) is absolutely fabulous from the actress who plays Emma Woodhouse to Mr. Knightley are amazing. I love this movie and I never get tire watching it. It contains two dvs lasting about 2 hours each; they are worth seeing them. This version is in my opinion better than the Gwen Paltrow did.
Okay, I watch alot of vampire movies and they just don't really scare me, but this one did. There were several scenes where I was on the edge of my seat. Special effects are great and the story line is almost plausible. If you missed this one at the box office you should rent it or get it from Netflix, then you may find yourself back here like me, buying your own copy. This is one I will watch again and pull out for others to see who haven't seen it.