Alien vs. Ninja

Alien vs. Ninja

A band of ninja warriors, led by an Iga Ninja named Yamata, witness a giant ball of fire drop from the sky and crash into the forest. When the warriors find and attempt to identify the object, they discover aliens that attack and feast on them. Yamata and the survivors swear vengeance, but in challenging the aliens, they learn that their weapons have no effect.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:80 minutes
  • Release:2010
  • Language:Japanese
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:alien,   surrealism,   scar,  

A comet crashes into a Japanese forest and a group of mighty ninjas must fight a group of killer Aliens before they reach their village and kill everyone. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Alien vs. Ninja torrent reviews

Mario B (kr) wrote: This is a horrible excuse for a movie. Now going in I knew it would be bad. But u would think with all the ufc fighters that at least it would have good fight scenes. But know u could tell in one of the first scenes with rampage Jackson and bj Penn, when the where fighting a bunch of tuff guys, that their hits were missing and those guys still fell. Only good thing is seeing gsp fight. He kinda shows that he could be like a new van damme, if only he could act better. One of the worst films. But good sex scenes

Scott R (ru) wrote: Fun animation that shares this cultural story in an entertaining way.

Yasir S (es) wrote: an insightful look into the relationships beyond the ideas of ethics and morality.. very thought provoking!

Ryan S (br) wrote: The background music was way louder than the dialogue. That's a problem. Besides the technical issues the movie is ok. Not terrible, but not great. But the technical issuers are a huge problem.

Tim S (nl) wrote: Evilspeak tells the story of Coopersmith (Clint Howard), a young military cadet who is picked on by virtually everyone he encounters, but what Coopersmith lacks as a person, he makes up for in devil worshipping. After everyone has pushed him too far, he contacts the devil priest Esteban through the use of his computer and a demonic book, helping him to exact revenge on the people who've wronged him. So what Evilspeak boils down to, essentially, is the same formula that made Carrie work. You push your lead character really far to curry sympathy for them and then let all Hell break loose at the end. It's very cathartic for an audience and draws them into it more than most horror films. And even though this is a trashy horror revenge movie, there are some good performances in it. It can be a fun movie, and all of the blood and gore is there for those who clamor for it.

Adam T (ag) wrote: I was mesmerised by this but I do gravitate to anything conceptual in nature. It's a fascinating movie about a teacher who becomes trapped by a lonely young widow who lives below sand dunes. There is a slow burning, underlying eroticism to the film- perhaps the fact that a man and a woman are essentially trapped together in a slow moving, sifting, at times hostile environment. It is a movie about life, of existing somewhere and dreaming of being elsewhere but eventually surrendering to the forces at work. You will feel like you have sand in your toes at the end of it. It's a movie that does for sand what Hitchcock did for birds!

Sean L (mx) wrote: Fed up with the innate faults of mankind, an isolated post-war society has effectively eliminated emotion from their lives. That, mixed with a reliance upon automated support, makes for a peaceful utopia but also a rather empty, robotic one. Predictably, that leads to conflict as one teen discovers the pleasures left behind in the name of peace, health and prosperity, and rebels against the establishment to return humanity's lost feelings. It sounds like the ground floor of an excellent premise, but that's really all there is to it. No nuance, subtlety or undercurrent, just a straight, flat take on how essential it can be to live and feel. The concept is never as high as it thinks it is, and the execution is often downright laughable. That blame can be evenly shared between the acting, which ranges from bad to raspberry-worthy, and the effects work. Several times, the screen goes quiet to make room for a stunning, revelatory visual feast, but nothing ever arrives. Even something as simple as the gradual introduction of color to a black-and-white landscape, evidencing the protagonist's awakening to the world's lost wonders, feels underwhelming and bland. The whole package is undercooked (a shame, as it was evidently a labor of love for producer/supporting star Jeff Bridges) and so painfully simple-minded that it scarcely feels heavy enough to stock a short film. Dig deep and you'll find something worth thinking about here, but the duty of cultivating and nourishing that seedling is left entirely to the audience.