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Vamps 2012

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Two socialite vampires in New York City (Krysten Ritter of TV's DON'T TRUST THE B*** and Alicia Silverstone of CLUELESS) fall in love while being pursued by vampire hunters.

Starring:
Alicia Silverstone, Krysten Ritter
Runtime:
1 hour, 32 minutes

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Genres Romance, Comedy, Horror
Director Amy Heckerling
Starring Alicia Silverstone, Krysten Ritter
Supporting actors Larry Wilmore, Bettina Bresnan, Todd Barry, Sigourney Weaver, Taylor Negron, Glen Trotiner, Zak Orth, Justin Kirk, Emily Goldwyn, Amir Arison, Wallace Shawn, Ivan Sergei, Scott Thomson, Malcolm McDowell, Johanna Went, Dan Stevens, Richard Lewis, Marilu Henner
Studio Anchor Bay
MPAA rating PG-13 (Parents Strongly Cautioned)
Captions and subtitles English Details
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Format Amazon Video (streaming online video)

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Format: Blu-ray
Amy Heckerling's name on a film as director is usually enough to get me to watch it. She has an undeniable talent for presenting life lessons through her work while capturing a snapshot of a certain cultural time period, whether it be the 1980s through "Fast Times at Ridgemont High," the 1990s with "Clueless," or the 2000's with "Loser" and the CW's successful "Gossip Girl." "Vamps" is Heckerling's latest movie and continues the trend.

Goody (Alicia Silverstone) and Stacy (Krysten Ritter) are modern day vampires living life to its fullest. Every night they feed on rats which are easy to come by thanks to the rodent control business they work for. They're part of a new movement of vampires who don't drink the blood of humans. After work, they hit the clubs and hot spots of New York City before heading home at dawn for a good day's sleep in their coffins.

The girl's soon begin to realize that being young forever isn't all it's cracked up to be. Goody has trouble adjusting to the modern technologies and trends of the 21st century. Stacy finds herself falling in love with the son (Dan Stevens) of the descendant of Van Helsing and longing to be human again. Unfortunately, the only way for the two to get their wishes of ending their immortality and getting on with their real human lives is by killing their maker, Cisserus (Sigourney Weaver).

Heckerling does a superb job exploring the mid-20s age range and our difficulty facing the fears we have or had of growing up and getting older. Being a woman in her late 50s, she has a lot of experience dealing with the subject matter. It just so happens this time around she uses vampires as her vehicle to deliver the messages.
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This is definitively not everyone's kind of movie, but it reminded me of those cute cheesy 80's movies that are both campy and funny. You got the quirky and cute Kristen Ritter, and you have adorable Alicia Silverstone, who at first I was a little hesitant to watch. (Shes a mouth feeder, who knows what shes capable of!?)... I was delighted and happy after watching this...and that's all this movie is... entertainment. There are not profound meanings or philosophical type thoughts that will arise from this film...unless you want to talk about man's mortality and the possible idea of living forever...
Sigorney Weaver in my opinion, should have had more face time...but then again, I'm no expert.
I gave this a 4 out 5 rating because I love camp and cheese.
I love stupid movies both ironically and seriously.

The movie was like a Buffy episode... very Joss Whedon-esque
which reminds me, If this were a tv I'd watch it for sure.

The ending was cute too...

that's my review and ims sticking to it.
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By Mia on December 31, 2014
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In all honesty, I think this might be one of the cheesiest vampire flicks I've ever seen. I can't say I got much out of watching this movie except for a few of no-brain giggles here and there. That's not to say I don't appreciate this lighthearted parody for what it was. Even though I often found myself rolling my eyes at the antics of ditsy roommates, Goody (Alicia Silverstone) and Stacy (Krysten Ritter), these "vegetarian" vamps definitely have a certain charm. As the two have to continuously adapt to the ever changing fashion trends, technology, and romance in NYC, they find that being stuck in your 20s is not all what it's cracked up to be. Despite the corniness of it all, Vamps does have its positives, including a great cast and a creative storyline. I will warn viewers though: This is a total chick flick!
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This film has the satire for this vamp generation of movies that Young Frankenstein had for those certain classics. The actresses are great, and the appearances of stars-you-may-remember all make this a very fun movie. Very refreshing! The more you know about vampire mythology, the more you will enjoy the humor (a great Vlad the Impaler). A film that the "clueless" x-generation will enjoy.
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When we got this via 2-day rental I saw the cover, knew who both actresses were, but I didn't really think I would enjoy it. Before I continue let me just say that I rarely write a review on a movie with the exception of reviews regarding Blu ray quality. It was late at night and about 20 minutes into it my wife fell asleep and I paused it. Due to one thing or another we never got back to finish it before the 2 days were up, but that 20 minutes I saw convinced me to buy it, so I did.

When I hear two words "Vampire" and "Comedy" used to describe a movie I usually cringe because I haven't found many of them funny much less memorable. While Alicia Silverstone has aged a bit since "Clueless", it hardly showed, and this is probably the second best movie I've seen her in. It's one of those movies where if you're flipping through the channels and see this one, you'll stop and watch it from whatever point you caught it on. That's about all the info you'll get from me about this movie, I'm sure the plot has been described in many other reviews.
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