A lone man, trapped and imprisoned in a barren, desolate landscape. His only companions are a village of straw people with which he converses with as neighbours and friends; he even teaches straw children at the local school. Yet, this anchor, this way of habitual living, is about to become unravelled in frightening and disturbing ways. Leading the way to A RECKONING.
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A Reckoning torrent reviews
(ru) wrote: Spider-Man again, but it sucks!
(kr) wrote: I enjoyed it. It was pretty much what I thought it would be. It was a very generic storyline with many obvious cliches and the ending was very predictable. The action was fun to watch and very fast paced.
(us) wrote: Decent film, if a little slow paced. Not my cup of tea but I was definitely entertained by the portrayal of magic. Not the flashy stage stuff shown in most western cinema but that subtle, you're still getting fucked up stuff, like in the Nightwatch/Daywatch series.
(us) wrote: This far from you average zombie flick. The film follows Angela who is trying to cope with being "mortally challenged". This zombie flick reminded me of the ol' Romero flicks. Great story, good acting, and decent soundtrack. It's flaws are that it's badly lit in some scenes, the direction is a little off at times, and the special effects aren't exactly top notch. But if you see this movie on the shelves get it. You'll enjoy it trust me.
(it) wrote: the misery of being the son of a father of the nation... brilliant performance by akshye khanna
(br) wrote: I saw it twice on TV and never found out the name... it kept me interested.
(nl) wrote: In this gripping romantic thriller, a married and respected middle-aged MP (Member of Parliament) becomes romantically and obsessively involved with his son's fiancee, ultimately ruining his career. Willing to pay any price for his passion, he goes a step too far, and ultimately arranged his own tragic demise. Jeremy Irons(who sort of reminds me of Daniel Day-Lewis) is just right for the role as the British government minister Dr. Stephen Fleming and so is Juliette Binoche as the dark, quiet very exotic Anna Barton. Some may felt the film's tone is slow and boring. Not me. "Damage" kept me locked in from start to finish. It is quite a great movie film lovers have to see.
(br) wrote: This is a 1 star movie, but I gave it 3 as its sooo bad it's perfect for drinking with some buddies and ripping the piss, laughed all the way through it. "Dont run from the police!"
(jp) wrote: ***Due to the recent RT changes that have basically ruined my past reviews, I am mostly only giving a rating rather than a full review.***
(de) wrote: Russ Meyer evokes powerful imagery. He has a unique cartoonish style that continues to aspire new directors. Do big boobies lead to violence? Interesting theory..
(us) wrote: It's been nearly 30 years since I read the book this movie was based on, so I only had a very faint recollection of the story. When I started watching I was a tad annoyed by how much time went into the setup. There was nearly half the film that was entirely focused on the kids running around and playing. I started to wonder if I even read this book because none of this stuff (other than the names) seemed familiar to me. So I think if I had an issue with this film it would be that it spent so long in those early scenes establishing characters, and Atticus remained mostly in the background. However whenever Atticus showed up the story was truly remarkable. I love this tale of 2 kids learning just how important their father is in the community. And the story really got going once we were allowed to step into the courtroom, that is when the film becomes one of the best crime dramas ever captured on film. I love the way the story unfolds in the court, and how you could see the uphill battle Atticus was waging. The after-effects of the trial were just as riveting right up until the last frame of the film. In fact the back half of To Kill A Mockingbird is so strong that I virtually forgot about the slow parts in the first half. I think if I watch the film more I'll learn to appreciate the setup as an essential part of character development which makes the second half so effective, but on a first watch I just wanted it to move a little faster.
(gb) wrote: Mesmerizing and the concept resonates so deeply that I believe one of the best psychological/science fiction thrillers ever made.