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Goddess Of Love

Goddess Of Love

Be Careful Who You Get Close ToAug. 31, 2015 USA96 Min.
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8.6 1,591 votes

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Director

Jon Knautz
Director

Cast

Ray Grady isJohnny
Johnny
Richard Velton isDr. Michael Brandt
Dr. Michael Brandt
Rachel Alig isGossip Girl #1
Gossip Girl #1
Deana Ricks isGossip Girl #2
Gossip Girl #2

Synopsis

Enter into a baroque vortex of madness when an emotionally unstable woman is shattered after tremendous heartbreak. Brian was the love of Venus’ life and the thought of him having an affair with another woman begins her volatile descent into the dark side of psychosexual insanity.

Goddess Of Love
Original titleGoddess Of Love
IMDb Rating5.3 779 votes
TMDb Rating6.4 7 votes

(7) comments

  • EB TaylorFebruary 25, 2016Reply

    A delicious descent into madness.

    *** This review may contain spoilers ***

  • Nam TranFebruary 27, 2016Reply

    this movie draws you in like the beginning warm fuzzies of a relationship, then chews you up and spits you out. just like a relationship.

    *** This review may contain spoilers ***

  • manuelasaezMarch 3, 2016Reply

    Hell hath no Wrath like a Psychotic Woman Scorned

    Holy crap, what an awesomely entertaining film. I purposely knew
    nothing about it, other than the written synopsis, and the film ended
    up being of the most well-made American films I have seen in a long
    time. The premise starts off simple enough; a very pretty girl meets a
    man at a strip club and a relationship blooms. Unfortunately, things
    start to go south very quickly. The level of crazy in this is
    commendable, and I found myself chuckling at how disturbingly psychotic
    the female lead became, and by the time the credits start to roll, you
    are left with a sense of satisfaction that no loose ends were left,
    which in itself is a success. Coupled with a talented cast, great use
    of practical special effects, and some amazingly beautiful
    cinematography (seriously, there were times when I paused the film and
    thought to myself, ”That would make a beautiful painting”), this film
    is an achievement in cinematic excellence, as far as I am concerned.
    The people responsible for this should be commended for not only
    showing the world what films can become at the hands of competent
    people, but also what a love for the craft embeds into the final
    product. A treat from start to finish, the writer/director has a new
    fan and I look forward to what this creative team does next.

  • twotrybeMarch 11, 2016Reply

    This wasn’t a good film nor a bad film, this was a so-so film

    So, a stripper meets a guy at her job after following the advice from
    another stripper about picking out men to fleece. The things is, she is
    a novice and she falls for the guy instead of following her fellow
    stripper’s advice. And we travel into the descent of madness for some
    strange reason because it doesn’t make any logical sense to do so
    because films seems to speed up a relationship when all logic fails.
    Why do they do this all the time, a guy meets a girl a girl meets a guy
    and 3 minutes later they fall in love. Not real and this isn’t real. I
    read another reviewers comments and it seems as if that person may have
    had a connection with the film because what they wrote had nothing to
    do with the film and what I experienced. In fact, based on those
    comments, I watched the film and as I watched it, I was very close to
    abandoning it because it was treading down well worn paths. I was
    hoping for better but in the end, it was no surprise with the ending as
    the attempt to misdirect throughout the film was an absolute failure as
    was the premise.

  • Jeff MillerApril 27, 2016Reply

    A Nice Surprise

    Once in awhile, something really surprises you. I wasn’t expecting this
    to be as entertaining as it turned out.

    As another reviewer mentioned, the photography was gorgeous. The
    choices of camera angles and shots were superb, and it was beautifully
    lit.

    The story was engrossing and the script was well written.

    Ms. Kendra. Rarely is a woman this drop-dead beautiful also this
    skilled and talented. She carried the movie well and was really
    believable. This girl has game.

    Great job by all involved. I will watch again.

  • Peter Daskaloff ([email protected])January 24, 2017Reply

    A well-crafted little film.

    Since the essential plot elements are mentioned by the other reviewers,
    all I want to point out is that Goddess of Love is a good-looking
    little film, with an aura of authenticity. The plot seems to be
    secondary, making the film an acting showcase for its star, Alexis
    Kendra, playing the role of a young and mentally unstable stripper
    named Venus. And what a showcase it is! Helping along is Woody
    Naismith, in the role of Brian, a photographer and a love interest,
    playing the character with wonderfully nuanced performance. Once in a
    while, a film like this one pops out, head and shoulders above films
    with similar budgets. Beautifully shot and directed by Jon Knautz.
    Pleasure to watch!

  • Paul Magne HaakonsenMay 2, 2017Reply

    Venus descending…

    I didn’t really know much about ”Goddess of Love” prior to sitting down
    to watch it, after I had happened to come across it by sheer blind
    luck. I read the synopsis, and thought it sounded like it had potential
    to be a great movie, perhaps sort of a mixture of a revenge movie and
    thrown in with some of the psychotic madness as seen in movies such as
    ”May”.

    After having seen ”Goddess of Love”, I will say that writers Alexis
    Kendra and Jon Knautz certainly had some interesting ideas and Jon
    Knautz also managed to bring many of these elegantly to life on the
    screen. However, the movie just lacked a more intense pace. The
    storyline was good, but it just suffered under a very slow paced
    progress.

    And speaking of the storyline, then there were some really interesting
    aspects to the storyline in terms of Venus’s slow decent as her mind
    and psyche slowly starts to crumble and come apart. But there is more,
    there were also some really nice twists to the storyline along the way;
    twists that you don’t really see coming. And on that account, the
    writers really did a phenomenal job.

    ”Goddess of Love” has some very good acting performances, and the movie
    is really carried a great long way by the talented cast they had hired
    for the various roles in this movie. Most impressive was Alexis Kendra
    in the lead role as Venus. She really carried the movie well, and she
    put on a very memorable performance.

    This movie really had potential to be a very unique and outstanding
    movie, but it was just brutally butchered by a way too slow paced
    storytelling. It was a shame, truly, because I did enjoy the storyline
    and the acting, but it was the lack of proper pace to the storyline
    that just killed it off for me. As such, the movie settles on a
    mediocre 5 out of 10 stars rating from me.

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