A dire warning of a wake up call of what might be our future when a globalist terrorist organization aligned with the United Nations disables the United States power grid and institutes Martial Law. It will take a dedicated family of patriots armed with strong survival skills and the remains of the Second Amendment to save America and reclaim its freedom.

The movie describes a fictional attack on the United States by its own government, working in concert with a global terrorist organization and the United Nations. Citizens must fight for survival when the attack leaves America in a state of martial law. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Lax A (gb) wrote: This new scooby-doo movie proves that scooby-doo still can pull of entertaining quality.

Shrikanth S (ru) wrote: The original was better made, the sequel seems to the same case of getting-lost-when-you-are writing the script case..some humorous moments by VP though.

Jessica D (gb) wrote: I enjoyed the old part of the story, The 'present' part annoyed me

Ed C (nl) wrote: One line summary: Well-appointed modern twenty-somethings follow the path of a doomed march made in 1940.--------------------- In 1940, the residents of Friar, New Hampshire walked up a mountain road. They were not seen again. The film starts with a recreation of part of the Army's subsequent investigation. In 2008, the coordinates of the trail head are declassified. A group bands together to investigate the incident. The group is well equipped. They bring a six wheeled vehicle of some sort, multiple cameras, a high-quality sextant, GPS, compasses, maps, tents, and all manner of other things. After the music and the noise starts, things start to go downhill. About the same time, the compasses start to wobble or spin. The GPS gives wildly variable and always false readings. The noise is intermittent and so loud that hands-over-the-ears is not enough to keep it from being debilitating. Their two-way radios become unreliable. After one of the men kills Erin over a hat, the sanity of the group just drops off a cliff. They cannot agree on a way back, since their travel notes are gibberish. They split into smaller groups. One character jumps to her death. One character implores a woman companion to kill him; she eventually snaps his neck after he tells her how to do it. A man kills himself after filming a good-bye. Early on, their is a scene about the dangers of nightshade. Later a character commits suicide using nightshade. Does anyone survive? Does anyone figure out the mystery that instigated the trek? Watch for the final seconds after the closing credits; a few images (supposedly) from the Army investigation are shown.------Scores------ Cinematography: 5/10 Often OK, but has shaky cam now and then. Sound: 0/10 Huge dynamic range, which is quite irritating. Make that worse than irritating. To hear its meaningless conversations, one needs to turn the sound up. A lot. To avoid breaking the speakers, or getting a visit from the cops, one needs to turn the sound down, down, down. The sound alone renders this film a failure. Acting: 3/10 I liked Cassidy Freeman's (Smallville) performance fairly well. I cannot say the same for the rest of the cast. The +3 is for Ms Freeman alone. Screenplay: 0/10 Pointless. Was the original purpose of the expedition achieved? Not even remotely. Did the dead characters gain any enlightenment before death? No. The ending was just one more fall into insanity.

Christopher L (br) wrote: A little slow to pick up and that can cause it to be boring. The multi personality traits were portrayed pretty awesomely though

Callum M (ag) wrote: Real Steel offers some entertaining fight scenes and a charismatic lead from Hugh Jackman, but bungles them with an inert plot and forgettable characters.

Charlie W (kr) wrote: Excellent movie. I don't agree with the bad reviews here.

Dann M (gb) wrote: Alyssa Milano takes her turn as sexy temptress in the trashy thriller Poison Ivy II: Lily. Drawn in by the allure of an explicit secret diary that she found, freshmen art student Lily sheds her conservative sensibilities and gives into her sexual desires. Milano is absolutely awful and does a terrible job at selling this character; although to be fair, the script is garbage. The whole good girl gone bad thing is trite, and couldn't be done in a more cliched way. Lurid and tasteless, Poison Ivy II: Lily is an obvious and desperate attempt by Alyssa Milano to sex up her image.

Jessica S (es) wrote: Juliette Lewis and Eliza Dushku deliver stellar performances in this coming of age tale. For all of those under dogs who are just trying to find themselves this tale is uplifting and romantic. If you are a fan of romance with a hint of drama this is for you.

Samuel M (nl) wrote: Otro de los grandes clsicos del giallo de Argento y cmo se nota: la morbosidad, la psicodelia y locura, el argumento rebuscado, esa msica...Quizs no est dentro de su top, posiblemente porque es mucho menos llamativa visualmente que otras como Supiria o Rojo Oscuro, pero sin duda tiene muchos de los elementos caractersticos de su director.Sealar adems la actuacin de un fantstico Donald Pleseance as como de la joven Jennifer Connelly, que aunque no est tan genial como en otros papeles, ya demostraba aptitudes.Todo un clsico ochentero.

Al P (us) wrote: AWESOME!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Byron B (mx) wrote: nominated for best picture by NBR

Guye J (nl) wrote: Classic 1989 horror movie! Julian Sands played one sick Warlock(male witch)! By looking at Richard E. Grant role as the Warlock hunter, it showed how barbaric Europeans looked 300 years ago even in Boston in the 17th century!

Scott R (br) wrote: groundbreaking and grippingly shot.