Jack and Melissa are frightened by their son's bizarre and violent behavior; they soon learn that he is the gateway to the Apocalypse, and it will happen on his birthday, 11-11-11.

Husband and wife, Jack and Melissa, begin noticing their son, Nat, is exhibiting stranger and stranger behavior; they soon learn that he is the gateway to the Apocalypse, and it will happen on his birthday, 11-11-11. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


11/11/11 torrent reviews

Brandon S (kr) wrote: Weak unsuspensful latest telling of America's most cinema influencing serial killer Ed Gein. Gein is doing his normal antics in this version graverobbing, killing, and contructing the flesh suit, but this time with no style whatsoever. Gein gets caught, the end. Sounds super exciting right? Stick with the Robert Blossoms' Ed Gein in Deranged.

Qi Z (nl) wrote: A dark, painful yet witty take on modern American life.

Urban M (us) wrote: On the one hand, a blockbuster action movie even attempting to make a statement on modern democracy (the references to the Bush administration and the Nazis are all but subtle) is laudable, and the film has its strengths- Weaving, Rea and Fry are great in their roles, the editing and story flow are fast, but never overwhelming, and some scenes like the domino montage are genuinely chilling. However, ultimately, V For Vendetta falls into mediocrity with its many, MANY plot holes (often deriving from the changes to the source material), its lackluster set design and, most importantly, in how unreflected, black-and-white and yet confused its message is. V is a hero in everything he does, his killings of nameless men in police suits or cartoon villains are glorified, so is the psychological torture of Evey, and that is never questioned. The film is sending a message on the power of ideas and the people while not allowing the audience to have their own ideas about the proceedings (again, V is a hero and the goverment are all but called Nazis, John Hurt's absurdly over-the-top performance doesn't help either) and stating that Norsefire manipulated the people in the movie, granting them amnesty from them electing Norsefire in the first place. The goverment SHOULD be scared of their people, but how can they be if you don't make them think for themselves and blindly follow symbols and icons.This isn't be the intelligent action movie we deserve- however, in how simple its message is and in how unsubtlely it conveys it, it may be the one the public needs.

jason f (jp) wrote: Devilman is a live action movie based on Go Nagai, who also created Cutie Honey and Kekko Kamen. It starts off with a cool scene of young boys wanting to grow up and become monsters. You see the boys playing around with monsters masks and having fun. I thought I was the only one who wanted to grow up to be a monster. But it happens in Japan too. Anyway, Akira and Ryo are best friends who take care of each other in high school. Akira has a super cute girlfriend, Miki, who has a cool scene where she spikes a volleyball, hitting some mean girls who are bullying her friend. That scene may be the best one in the entire film. The movie just lags. Director Hiroyuki Nasu should have paced this movie better. It would have benefitted from a better editing job. There is a lot of talk about demons being hunted and killed by humans in the middle. The only thing that kept me from turning it off, was the Bob Sapp humorous newscasts throughout. Sapp can be funny, especially when he has three separate heads. But Sapp couldn't save this film. The ending reminded me too much of the Devil May Cry games. Overall, this is a slow, painful, poorly paced movie, that drawns on and on when it should have finished earlier.

Eric H (mx) wrote: I think Iam the only one who found the premise of this film rather disturbing? A teenage girl trying to pass her father off as her boyfriend... After seeing the first five minutes on television, I immediately sought ways to repress the memory of this film.

jasmine k (ca) wrote: Aamir Khan is great!

Jeff B (de) wrote: Fantastically edited and superbly acted. This might be Audrey Hepburn's finest performance and her most unusual. This film reminded me a lot of "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf", but it wasn't nearly so funny or so bitter. It struck a great compromise between bitter realism and outright romanticism that really worked for me.

Allan C (ru) wrote: James Arness is an outlaw who is wounded and left behind by his partners and girlfriend following a bank holdup. Years later, after being released from prison, he seeks his revenge. It's a pretty by-the-numbers western and lacks any real originality, something of a hallmark of director Andrew V. McLaglen, making his directorial debut with this picture. However, you do get to see Angie Dickinson in an early film appearance, along with western stalwart Harry Carey Jr. as a deputy, which makes it a little bit better than your average episode of "Gunsmoke."

Jonathan S (ca) wrote: Anna May Wong in more wartime double-cross drama.

Jack P (ag) wrote: A great family stop motion film about a boy who can see and talk to the dead but no one believes him. A family film with dark elements and hilarious moments. A brilliant idea for a film that is a refreshing change for family films as many dont seem as inventive. Great voice casting and great stop motion, paranorman is a damn good film.

William M (kr) wrote: They call me Mr Miller, nice to meet you

Nicki M (de) wrote: It was okay. The tone is very similar to the Outnumbered series even down to the three kids, but it isn't as good once they get to Scotland and the grandfather storyline. Meh. I'll acknowledge I am not the target audience. It's nice and plods along with some small smiles, but it wasn't really one for me.