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Rose Hathaway is a Dhampir, half human/vampire, guardians of the Moroi, peaceful, mortal vampires living discretely within our world. Her legacy is to protect the Moroi from bloodthirsty, immortal Vampires, the Strigoi. This is her story.

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  • Actors: Zoey Deutch, Lucy Fry, Danila Kozlovsky
  • Directors: Mark Waters
  • Language: English
  • Region: All Regions
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: U/A (Parental Guidance)
  • Studio: Big Music
  • Product Release Date: 27 April 2014
  • Run Time: 104 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00JB9S6SE
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #62 in Movies & TV Shows (See Top 100 in Movies & TV Shows)
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I Bought it in Lightning Deal for INR 35/-
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nice movie
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Loved the movie. The DVD works correctly and the audio is pretty amazing. It's one of my favorite guilty pleasure movies! ;) I actually loved this better than the book. Weird, I know. But this movie is just awesome! :)
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I absolutely, positively loved the movie to pieces. (I'm a fan of the books tho) YA moviemakers should take note. It's possible to make a hilarious movie AND pay more than enough homage to the source material.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Vampire Academy Review by Baroness' Book Trove 8 January 2015
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I got this movie shortly after I started to read the series and I decided on to watch the movie after a little bit. Since I didn't want to watch the movie before I finished the book.

Everyone always think that when a book turns into a movie that the movie would suck and not work very well. For me I was a little bit worried about watching it since I had read some reviews about the movie sucked but after I started to watch it I decided that I did like it.

The reason for that is because it is really good. The only point of view we got from the Vampire Academy book series is Rose Hathaway's view and in the movie we have a bunch of other views. It's a really good movie and I actually love what they did to it. Everything about the movie reminds me a lot of the book and even more so since they added their own twists and stuff to it that the author Richelle Mead said that she would have liked to added it to the books.

This movie is really good and I recommend anyone that has read the books and liked them to watch the Vampire Academy and not fall in love with this movie. I mean even my mother liked the movie and she didn't even read the book series at all.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars I Love It 17 January 2016
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I really, REALLY liked this movie. For a book to movie adaptation, it was very well done. The book, of course, is going to have more time to set the scene and go into detail about the plot. They kept the "bones" of the book and only made minor adjustments to make it work in a movie. If you have read the first book then watch this film, you will be able to notice the parts they changed, left out, and added to make it work for the screen. But truly and honestly, you can tell they kept it to the book, which I love. The first time I saw this, I had never read the books. I watched the movie, loved it, and was hoping (and expecting) a second film. The ending of the film leaves you wanting more, to find out what is going to happen. This is a great movie if you have read the books and if you haven't read the books, it is still a great movie to watch.
I'm not going to go through the entire plot in my review. All I am going to say is that the plot of the movie is interesting (To me, after reading the books, the plot in the first book {which is this movie} is more juvenile then the other books. I was hoping they would continue making these movies because I liked the rest of the series more and more as it went on. The first book was just the beginning, they get more and more interesting. **now back to the movie review) The beginning of the movie gives a lot of important information about the different kinds of vampires. It may not be the most interesting part but it is important. And I am also going to say that this movie shows a story about a unique friendship that is quite amazing.
I gave this movie a 4 out of 5 mainly because I didn't love how the movie was filmed in some scenes (not a ton of the scenes, but enough to lose a star). That may sound weird- but in my opinion, some scenes (like the punch that Rose gives Mia, when Rose has one of her "visions", and the initial fight scene between Rose and Dimitri) shot the way they were, made me almost laugh because it was like reading a Jane Austen novel with a Dr. Seuss line in it here and there. This is just my opinion though.
I love the cast of the movie. I think they did an exceptional job at who they had play the main characters. Rose has many funny one-liners, and Zoey Deutch really did them justice and, honestly, she just did her character, Rose, justice. The cast makes this movie funny (in a good way), interesting, and overall a fun movie to watch. There is mystery, dramatic scenes, friendships, crushes, fight scenes. There is really something in here for everyone.
After watching this movie, I went right into the second Vampire Academy book. Then the third book, then the fourth book, and THEN I decided to read the first book. I read it in half a day because it was truly like the movie. (Then I finished off the series with book five and six). If you liked this movie, I suggest reading the books.
I was hoping they were going to make a second movie. They really left it open to one. But, now after almost 2 years from the release date, it will probably not happen. But I still wish they would. The second book is one of my favorites. The plot is more interesting in my opinion, you get to see Rose become more of who she is, and you end up just loving all the characters even more.
I would recommend this movie to anyone who is interested in it. It is one of the best vampire movies out there. The vampires aren't silly and the acting is pretty decent. There are funny one-liners, cool fight scenes, romances, and friendships in the movie. It really is for anyone.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Good Book, Bad Movie (Only Made Half Its Budget Back from the Box Office) 29 May 2014
By Empathy - Published on Amazon.com
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I doubt that there will be a sequel. According to Wikipedia, this film barely made half of its money back. Budget = $30 million. Box office = $15.39 million. I LOVED the VA books! The Twilight books were fun and I wanted more. This series was IT! Great characters and the plot was different enough from other vampire books, that I read this series in a few days.

On to the film - I wasn't a fan of the casting. The exception being Sarah Hyland as the adorable little sidekick Natalie Dashkov. Awarding winning performance, especially at the end!

I saw this through streaming on Amazon. I don't know if it was an Amazon thing, but I had to adjust the brightness on my laptop to see the darker scenes, and sometimes that didn't work, so I only could tune into voices.

Loving all things Britain and European, I found the accents cringeworthy. Most of the time, they seemed forced, fake and not geographically correct. Needless to say, I was rather disappointed with this offering.

As popular as the books were, I'm surprised that I didn't see more marketing for the film, but I rarely watch "regular" TV. Had it been mass marketed, sadly this film still would have sucked (pun intended).
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5.0 out of 5 stars THIS IS A MOVIE, not a book. 4 December 2016
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Ok, I know this movie has mixed reviews.... but guys, its the MOVIE, not the book. Of course there are some things that are going to be different, or things that they left out, but I kinda think that is what the movie is for... to get you curious enough to go and buy the book and read it... and it being VA ... you won't be able to stop at the first book. I think we forget why movies are made.... they're made to entertain, and I have to admit, this was extremely entertaining. The books are hours, and hours long and there's no way you could fit all of that into a movie, especially because 85% of it is all in Rose's head. From the many, many times I have watched this movie it gets me excited to read the books again, I wish there were more of these book-to-movies, especially the ones that I read. But I digress (i'm getting off topic, I know) WATCH THE MOVIE! but then go back and read the book. There's tons more insight that you get from the book (don't be lazy, do the reading). Kinda like Trailers are to movies.. I feel movies are to books. Countless hours of writing, hundreds of pages from the book get put into a script as they try to compact it all into less than two hours of movie. I think they did a great job and can't wait to see more (hint, hint.)
2.0 out of 5 stars MEH.....Read the book instead. 2 April 2016
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I'm really sorry I watched this movie. First of all, let me say that I just started reading the first book a day or so ago and am nearing the end. Is it the best young adult/fantasy/horror/etc., book I've ever read.. No.... but it is entertaining. So I thought, 'What the heck...I'll see how close the movie comes to capturing the mood, characters and story'. I'm usually able to accept that things have to be changed and altered for a Movie, so I was prepared for that. Here's the scoop, from someone who isn't a VA Super-fan (yet) who just wants to hate on the is movie because it isn't exactly like the books.
The movie seems superficial, and most of the time it has more of a 'Made for TV movie' vibe than an actual 'Cinematic Experience'... at times, it is downright 'Sit-com-y', and a few times it almost enters 'After-School Special' territory (am I dating myself here?...sorry); The scenes are VERY rushed (it seems as if some of them only last about 10-15 seconds before we are thrown into the next one); it relies quite a bit on exposition rather than good storytelling (telling rather than showing), and most of the characters are way more annoying than they are in the books. A few minor changes could've added depth to the story and characters (in my opinion...which all of this is, of course).
I'll agree with several others' comments, however. If you don't plan on reading the books, this might be a fun movie. But don't expect, or accept, that it accurately represents the book...it doesn't. Read the book.

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