All Your Dead Ones

All Your Dead Ones

Salvador is a peasant who one day wakes up as usual to work on his land but instead finds a pile of corpses in the middle of his crops. He runs to notify the authorities but is Sunday and Election Day so the dead ones end up being a nuisance that nobody wants to deal with.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:88 minutes
  • Release:2011
  • Language:Spanish
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:All Your Dead Ones 2011 full movies, All Your Dead Ones torrents movie

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Chloe G (ru) wrote: Really weird. Imagery was great though! Walked out mid film.

Jason H (us) wrote: The storyline is somewhat cheezy, but it makes for a good movie. Ryo Nishikido plays a pretty good samurai. The best part of the movie was seeing all the delicious looking desserts.

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Robert I (ag) wrote: Del liked it, Greg did not... Decisions, decisions...

June B (ru) wrote: Disgusting and graphic, but original and shocking. Worth a look.

Rick F (br) wrote: The true story of a British Operations Special Forces team behind enemy lines at the lead-up to the first Gulf War. Decent movie that left seemed to be lacking... something. I never got any real feel for the tension these soldiers were experiencing which definitely hurt the movie.

Ben S (au) wrote: All 4 stars are for Poitier. The rest of the acting is so terrible it pains me to watch it. But Poitier and the message of the movie are great. There is joy in simple life.

Chance L (ag) wrote: I really enjoyed this one, and it was good fun. The comedy works well, the actors do fine, and the whole concept might be rediculous, but it's still great fun in this fantastic baseball kid movie that I like.

Alberto M (ag) wrote: A truly stunning debut from Julio Medem.

Marc L (it) wrote: Nicel little comedy set in the days of the student strike in May 1968. Kind of drags at time but saved by an always outstanding Michel Piccoli.

Libero S (us) wrote: Django is a landmark in the western genre, although overlooked by many other Spaghetti westerns and other classic American westerns, true fans of the genre will appreciate the greatness of Django. Django is in my opinion the greatest western of them all, Django played by the great Franco Nero, is a mysterious man who walks into town dragging a coffin behind him. Django is a man who finds himself in the middle of a war between Mexican revolutionaries and Sadists. Django fights for himself siding with neither of the parties. Many people feel that the film is politically motivated, but I don't like to see the film in a political way, I like seeing it as a film. I see Django as the greatest western off them all (alongside The Wild Bunch) the film is so iconic, the way Django drags his coffin behind him in the mud, the close up shots of Franco Nero's face, the scene where Django shoots and kills many of Major Jackson's with his Gatling gun hidden in his coffin, and the crushing of Django's hands with the butt of a rifle. These stylish moments put together collectively make Django the masterpiece that it is, it is very easy to see how Quentin Tarantino was inspired to make the rather uninspired Django Unchained. The use of Django's theme song in Quentin Tarantino's Django Unchained is an insult to this 1966 classic masterpiece the only thing that the two movies share is the use of Django's theme song and one of the greatest cameos of all time by Franco Nero other than that, Django(1966) is an innovative memorable picture and Unchained(2012) is a far too cartoonish and over the top movie.Overall the movie is one of the greatest films I've ever seen, the acting is masterful, the plot is simple but is backed by an atmospheric setting, there is plenty of action (needed in westerns, very anti-High Noon), the film is thought provoking and stylish, masterpiece.

Masorad (de) wrote: Phenomenal Slovak film which may have the best visual metaphor for guilt ever filmed.

Andrew P (us) wrote: A guilty pleasure...or at least a movie I enjoyed immensely as a child. Ah...memories!