Across the River

Across the River

After a wildlife biologist (Marco Marchese) becomes trapped on the wrong side of the river while collecting data, he comes across an abandoned village. Taking shelter, he begins to suspect he may be sharing the grounds with more than just boar and deer.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:102 minutes
  • Release:2013
  • Language:Italian,Slovenian
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:Across the River 2013 full movies, Across the River torrents movie

The story revolves around an ethologist working in the remote woods, trapping animals and mounting cameras on them so that he can monitor their behavior remotely. The resulting recordings ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Across the River torrent reviews

Daniel S (br) wrote: The film prides itself on its supposedly relatable subjects but it is just too absurd and not at all clear of its intentions.

Darren M (kr) wrote: Just like Ghostbusters 2 except a bit creepier and less MC Hammer. Basically goo underground comes up and makes people go crazy and die. The end was too tree hugginly poor I nearly threw up.

Ian C (ru) wrote: This movie was alright. C- for me

Brad P (kr) wrote: classic children's tale

Carlos M (jp) wrote: Worse than its ridiculous overuse of Dutch angles, color filters and cheap special effects is how overwhelmingly illogical this dreadful piece of junk is, with such a colossal amount of plot holes and incoherences - however curious and amusing it is to observe the many ways it finds to get worse.

Lance C (ag) wrote: It was a great christmas movie. Trually one that will turn a non beliver into a beliver. The stroy is just one of those that makes you feel the spirit of christmas.

Michael H (kr) wrote: The pieces don't fit perfectly together but dark humor, certain thought provoking scenes and unique direction make this shaky coming of age drama an entertaining ride through the early 1980's. The high points outweigh the dry-spells in this rebellious indie gem.

Ashley M (de) wrote: i thought it was a really good movie with a good story and some good action scenes

Steve G (jp) wrote: "Demolition Man" contains an awful script but has excellent cinematography. Set in 2032 for the most part the plot to "Demolition Man" is that a rough and professional police officer named "John Spartan" portrayed by "Sylvester Stallone" is in search of a man named "Simon Phoenix" portrayed by "Wesley Snipes". One night "Phoenix" kidnaps 20 people and keeps them in a large building. "Spartan" arrests "Phoenix" but in the process the 20 hostages die. "Spartan" is punished by being cryogenically frozen with "Phoenix". Later in 2032 "Phoenix" escapes and causes chaos into the future so "Spartan" is awoken to stop him. The movie begins in 1996 with the first action-sequence taking place. The introduction to "Phoenix" is shows how insane he truly is. Throughout the most of the movie it shows "Spartan" adjusting to life in the future and trying his best to capture "Phoenix". The scenes of "Spartan" adjusting to life are humorous to watch meanwhile most of the action sequences don't feel like a fighting scene; for example the fighting scene between "Phoenix" and the 6 police officers doesn't look like a fight the scene looks more like a dance sequence. The movie's climax is great, it felt legitimate and the climax has a terrific antagonist death. As usual "Sylvester Stallone" gives 100% in his performances as he does for "Demolition Man" but some minor characters in the movie that only are in 1 or 2 scenes don't feel like they are giving it they're best. The movie score at times isn't the best and doesn't make a scene more captivating. The biggest issue with the movie is the script, the script is full or childish dialogue and unrealism; occasionally the script uses humor but that's not too often. Definitely the best part of "Demolition Man" is the cinematography the late "Alex Thomson" films this movie in a way that is almost indescribable. If you are a person who enjoys some of "Sylvester Stallone's" action movies then I recommend you watch "Demolition Man" as it has humorous dialogue, a great "Stallone" performance and terrific cinematography. Although the movie isn't perfect it has some issues, these being the childish script, the unentertaining music and some bad fighting scenes. I give 1993's "Demolition Man" a 7/10.

Brian N (nl) wrote: Well, its the first of many Police Academy sequels and its pretty much what one would expect in such an epic saga. Bobcat Goldthwait was absolutely amazing, but as for the rest, yeah. I have a feeling I may be brain dead by the time I watch #4.

Eric J (au) wrote: What more can you say about this based-on-a-true-story story about the plight of textile workers in the 60's South? Sally Field blows you away in her first Oscar win. Iconic climax.

Corpse M (it) wrote: tupac as a cop. not a very memorable story but it has tupac so its good