A Nymphoid Barbarian in Dinosaur Hell

A Nymphoid Barbarian in Dinosaur Hell

In a post-Armageddon world, a young woman finds herself in a fight for survival against mutant cavemen, dinosaurs and other prehistoric animals.

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A Nymphoid Barbarian in Dinosaur Hell torrent reviews

Martin G (de) wrote: Pas aussi bon que The Art of Flight mais tout de mme visuellement remarquable ! Les amateurs de ski/snowboards, sports extrme ou tout simplement d'images magnifiques seront satisfais!

Matt G (it) wrote: Although Ti40 isn't Apatow's worst film (looking at you, Funny People), it's the most damning example of him not being able to cut his films down. However, its painfully hilarious relatability is so persistence that its grating negativity and overreaching focus are easily overshadowed. Rudd and Mann are paired perfectly, as they navigate first-world problems without overblowing or trivializing them. A VERY good movie that is both almost great (with some editing) and almost terrible (without the relevance).

Bob G (kr) wrote: Curate's egg. The spoilt bits are the overplayed characters, assassin's love of Shakespeare and his need to talk to his Psychotherapist; funny first time but not by 6th time. Too many unanswered questions; what is the motivation for Juliette Binoche's character? Most irritating thing is Nick Nolte; cameo appearance but head of cast list. Tosser

Shants R (ag) wrote: WORST. MOVIE...I've seen in a while.Ugly charcaters. Ugly Clothes. Horrible plot. Gah...! Delgo's side kick has an annoying whiney voice. His lines are meant to be funny but it is just lame. The Animation is pretty bad. Don't waste your time

Susanna M (kr) wrote: The 51st State was surprisingly good.

Tim S (it) wrote: Based on the novel of the same name by J.R.R. Tolkien. My favourite of the Lord of the Rings trilogy.

Justin Y (ru) wrote: first one was terrifying as a child... now they suck

J J (kr) wrote: The Two Jakes I can't for the life of me see why this sequel to Chinatown is derided so much. Sure, it's not as good as the first but it's a very good movie in it's own right. I especially loved how the character of J.J.Gittes has changed over the years, how the events of the past have shaped him into a wiser, worn out PI, less sure of himself than he was in Chinatown, more of a cynic. The storyline was a bit hard to follow at times and it's important that you remember key elements from the first film but it's full of twists and surprises, enough to keep you glued for the length of the movie. The direction of Jack Nicholson was sharp and detailed, perfectly capturing the feel of 1940's LA. Strong performances all round, especially from leads Jack Nicholson and Harvey Keitel. 7/10

Kevin M W (nl) wrote: Standard actioner about the French Foreign Legion guarding an archaeological dig in Morocco where the Arab locals are stereotypically not happy about their presence. Hackman's okay as the leader of the military and Holm's (inoffensively) effective at the head of the Muslim hordes although I'd've personally enjoyed seeing them reverse their roles.

Paul C (ca) wrote: Surely a fore-runner or inspiration for the 'Wacky Races' cartoon series i loved as a child. It has the dastardly Terry-Thomas, the inventive Peter Cook and the dashing Tony Curtis among the many drivers hoping to win the famous rally to comic effect. Though never laugh-out loud funny - it's one of those films you look always end up watching in the holiday season.

Sean C (ag) wrote: Visually stunning. Stunningly predictable and too convenient for the sake of moving the story forward.

Alex r (de) wrote: Fairly entertaining action thriller, Killshot boasts a varied cast of talented names and an entertaining story. But it has been done before, and better, however this is enjoyable viewing if you enjoy a tense, thriller that is entertaining, even if it doesn't add anything new to the genre. Killshot is not great, but I enjoyed it for what it is, an hour and a half thrills and with a good enough story to keep you entertained, it's worth seeing if you're interested in the genre. What makes the film interesting is the cat and mouse game being played throughout the film. Mickey Rourke is perfect for the part, and he does play a good on-screen villain. Even if the film doesn't break new ground, Killshot still is worth seeing due to the good cast, story and direction. The film delivers something memorable, and it's a movie that is edge of your seat thrills from start to finish. Even if it's not a perfect movie, it's one that manages to grab your attention because its cast deliver some effective performances that more than make up for its imperfections. Even if it's a film that uses familiar ideas from different films, Killshot manages to be a worthy viewing because there are some terrific talent within the film. Killshot is a good affair and like I said, there are plenty of memorable performances, especially Rourke who in the last few years has really made some fine movies. If you're looking for a worthwhile thriller, Killshot is worth seeing if you're in the mood for thrilling entertainment. The film may not be perfect, but it has enough moments to make it worth seeing and with a cast like this, it's a film that overcomes its flaws, and makes something that we've seen before into a film that nonetheless is exciting despite the fact it's a film that has been done before.