Aliens vs. Predator: Requiem

Aliens vs. Predator: Requiem

Warring alien and predator races descend on a rural US town, where unsuspecting residents must band together for any chance of survival.

Warring alien and predator races have landed on planet Earth, and small-town America is about to become the scene of an epic interstellar showdown. They must band together for any chance of survival. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Aliens vs. Predator: Requiem torrent reviews

Sonny S (de) wrote: Loved it. Great success story for these Irish Filmmakers. Fun movie with a lot of heart.

Nic B (nl) wrote: Does for Los Angeles what Woody Allen's Manhattan does for New York. In my opinion, one of the best independent films ever made.

Aaron G (mx) wrote: A true thought in the heart of a real raver!

Andy V (it) wrote: This one is for PC Fleming.

Eetu H (es) wrote: gilletten piilomainontaa

Bijit D (kr) wrote: Excellent movie.....................must watch it.....!!!!

Ella H (jp) wrote: One of those good 'happened somewhere' 'story of people' movies. Nothing to complain.

Logan M (it) wrote: Due to its subject matter and the steady societal changes occurring at the time of its release, "Kramer vs. Kramer" is a highly relatable film.

Isaac L (gb) wrote: Books incorporated with eccentric characters and theatrical events are destined to be transcribed onto the big screen, so internationally renowned (Poland-born) German writer Gnter Grass' excellent epic novel expands around 20 years charting a boy Oscar's rite-of-passage dirge, who refuses to grow up at the age of 3 and remains in his diminutive figure in Danzig during last century's abhorrent wartime. Directed by reverend German director Volker Schlndorff, the film fairly does justice to its namesake novel, and conflates the tumultuous vagaries of peoples' mindset (German vs. Pole) refracting from Oscar's eyes and the familial turmoil inflicts on Oscar's own psyche with unstrained imagination, cinematic impact and metaphorical embodiment. From the over-pressing opening drumbeats, the tale unwinds itself in its outlandish and surreal fashion with a chirpy tone, the delivery of Oscar is seen through a grotesque view from the infant baby inside the womb, reluctantly to set foot on this world until her mother promises give him a tin drum when he will be 3, then the morally-challenging mnage trois of the family sickens little Oscar and he arbitrarily decides to stop growing at his 3-year-old birthday (not a potent prerequisite for the blunt decision, but it is requisite for the spurs to propel the story going into its right direction). With his glass-breaking screaming superpower and the tin drum he carries all the time, it bespeaks Oscar's official entry into a rebellious, warped world traumatised by the venomous war and moral forfeiture. The abnormal two-fathers with one-mother structure has been arduously recorded, but without conspicuously verbal elaboration (even it equivocates who is Oscar's biological father), the nativity of Oscar itself stands for a kind of incestuous madness which scourges both his mother and Polish uncle, there are many self-aware sequences when the three adults balancing a harmonious co-existence in the same space while smutty fondling needs no camouflage, it is not a sexual suppression case, it is a perverted mentality which is powerful enough to engender self-destruction. Oscar is the on-looker here and compulsorily poisoned by it, the trumpet strain during his mother and uncle's tryst (while Oscar is the indirect voyeur) and the subsequent outbreak of his super-scream and church profanity highlights the abnormality has deeply-rooted in his mind, when he reaches puberty, his sexual aggression outstretches his child-like appearance, the domestic fornication has its detrimental sequel, it is heavy fodder to be adapted on big screen, thanks for child actor David Bennent's fully commitment (although it seems not so healthy for a child to forbear all the precocious physical endeavour), the film's success is greatly indebted of the cast, Bennent's child-midget hybrid mien suffices the age-range required of his character (the soda-power ecstasy scenes are both gross and erotic), a nonpareil child-performance leaves its mark in the textbook, sometimes the cruelties and inscrutability appositely exude from his doe-eyes and innocent face, which is as fierce as any malevolence could achieve. Adult actors, namely Angela Winkler (mother), Mario Adorf (father) and Daniel Olbrychski (uncle), Katharina Thalbach (as the second wife and Oscar's first love) and Berta Drews (the square skirted grandmother) are all well-chosen and convincingly adept in their respective roles, French composer Charles Aznavour has a minor role as the Jewish toy shop owner, the stout provider of Oscar's tin drums. Running against 142 minutes, the film sustains its momentum along its journey, there are plentiful interpretations of all the characters' connotations correlating the milieu in lieu of Grass' delicate autobiographical delineation. Tragedies aside, the comic relief is the sporadic humour, for example, the interruption of the Nazi ceremony with the drum beats and waltz is sublime and ridicule, also when Oscar's Italian girlfriend-of-the-same-size wanted her morning coffee during a dashed-off fleeing, one could anticipate what will ensue but the benign mockery eclipses the grim emotion arc here and in a tall-tale like this, a sense of humour is alway being appreciated.

Igor A (au) wrote: ~?,, David & Viggo 3/4 Eastern Promises ,. ',!

DW S (jp) wrote: Battle for Skyark is a pretty decent, albeit derivative, B-Movie Sci-Fi/Horror that feels very much like a cross between the TV series "The 100" and stranded-teen survival suspense-horrors like "Maze Runner."Basic plot (partial spoilers ahead but I promise I won't spoil the ending!) Humanity has had to survive by moving into a space station called "Skyark" (sound familiar fellow "The 100" fans?) and those whose parents sin against the community are killed, and their kids exiled to the surface, seemingly to feed the monsters that exist there... but the kids that have landed there most recently in the camp and have thus far avoided the monsters tell a story about the boy with 13 shadows (or marks on their arm for the sins of their parent) and some mystical "Blue Drops" that can fix everything and save them, heal any wounds... So a boy whose father is killed for being one of the leaders of the resistance fighting against this system lands in his escape pod, and lo and behold, he bears the 13 marks. And thus they expect him to be some legendary warrior and save them, and find the blue drops... But he's just a kid like the rest, landed without knowing whatt the hell's going on... until after losing several members of the group, he turns it around and goes after the girl he's falling for, and figures out the mystery behind the monsters and the blue drops. (end spoilers)Anyway for being a pretty obviously low-budget flick, it's pretty decently acted and shot, with decent compositing effects for the Skyark, reminding you it's always up there hanging over their heads, always oppresively close but depressingly far away... The settings are pretty cool... the camp areas are in what look like an airplane graveyard, and the buildings are torn to hell, giving it a fairly realistic post-apocalyptic feel, even if the cameras used to shoot still give it a tv rather than film feel to it. But overall it's still entertaining fare, if a bit cheesy, so I give it 3 1/2 stars out of 5 - three for the cheeseball entertainment value, and a one for effort, but a half-star ding for pretty much ripping off the story of "The 100" wholesale for a premise, and just giving it an interesting twist. Enjoy fellow movie fans.

Andruw F (ru) wrote: I can't even say kids will enjoy this. This is so stupid, and so bad, and so unfunny. And honestly, it could have been great for kids, because the plot will definitely interest them. But this is "so bad it's funny!" I think there's a chance that kids will like this, because I liked it way more when I was younger. I also remember liking the second and third more. I may watch them as well. Who knows.

Juan S (au) wrote: this is a horrible movie