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The Transfiguration is a movie starring Eric Ruffin, Karin Cherches, and Luis Scott. When troubled teen Milo, who has a fascination with vampire lore, meets the equally alienated Sophie, the two form a bond that begins to blur...

Horror, Drama
Michael O'Shea
Eric Ruffin, Luis Scott, Karin Cherches, Dangelo Bonneli

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Product details

Genres Horror, Drama
Director Michael O'Shea
Writer Michael O'Shea
Stars Eric Ruffin, Luis Scott, Karin Cherches, Dangelo Bonneli
Country USA
Also Known As Przeobrażenie, A Transfiguração, Transfiguration
Runtime 1 h 37 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description The outcast orphan Milo is a lonely teenager that lives with his brother in a dangerous neighborhood. Milo is fan of vampire stories and movies and he randomly kills people to drink their blood like a vampire and steal their money. When he meets the depressed teenager Sophie, they become friends and spend their leisure time together affecting Milo.

Top reviews

Sunday, 28 Jun 2020 06:22

First off, I must admit that I haven't seen Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban yet so I didn't know what I was in for when I went to see this. But I have to say that this film was not what I expected. And I don't think I've ever been disappointed with a Harry Potter film, which is good enough for me. While the film isn't as scary as I thought it would be, it was still a very tense film. There was a lot of good tension in this film, particularly from the first 5 minutes or so. The characters were very likable, although they had a few too many "anti-hero" moments. The acting was good all around, the kids were good looking and the story kept you interested. It also had quite a few creepy scenes and scenes of blood, gore and violence, which I enjoyed. There were some really good ideas in this film and it was a fun film, so I think if you're looking for a really good film with a good plot and likable characters, then this is the film for you. I can see why this film wasn't getting the critical acclaim it deserved. I think people expected too much from it. The only reason I'm giving it an 8 instead of a 9 is because there were some really terrible choices in the acting department. I think I can only really fault the actors for a couple of choices. Tom Felton and David Thewlis both were great, but I think they could have been a lot more convincing and dramatic in certain scenes. I also think Charlie is a really, really bad actor. I really thought he was great in the first Harry Potter film, but he is just awful here. Some of his lines are just really stupid, and he really can't act. This is probably the only film I've ever seen him in that he actually was awful. But, all in all, this is definitely one of the better films I've seen this year. This is definitely a film you should see. 8/10.
Wednesday, 20 May 2020 13:53

Some time ago I was invited to a screening of 'The Transfiguration' with a couple of of other film critics. I was not expecting much from this film. But I have to say I was pleasantly surprised. In the film there are two short scenes, one of which is a bit different from the rest of the film. It's not clear how these scenes relate to the rest of the film, but I'm sure it's something I'll learn more about later. In general this is a film with a lot of potential and I feel I can't wait to see it again. I can't recommend it highly enough. The acting is first rate. The performances by Daniel Radcliffe, Rupert Grint, Emma Watson and Gary Oldman were superb. The director did a good job with the cinematography and the sets were believable. The special effects were realistic, and the scenes where the transfiguration occurs were very well done. The film has an interesting, dark, and humorous tone to it. There are a few scenes that were a bit slow, but this is understandable. It's also very difficult to really appreciate the acting in a film that doesn't have a lot of dialogue, but that does have one very memorable line: 'You can't make a rotten apple pie, but you can make a good pie'. I was surprised to find out that the film was actually shot in New Zealand. Although I've been to New Zealand many times and there are a few locations I've visited, I've never actually been to the East Coast. 'The Transfiguration' is one of the best films I've seen in 2014. I highly recommend it.

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