Appleseed Alpha

Appleseed Alpha

Based on the comic book by the creator of Ghost in the Shell, a young female soldier Deunan and her cyborg partner Briareos survive through the post World War 3 apocalyptic New York in search of human's future hope, the legendary city of Olympus.

Based on the comic book by the creator of Ghost in the Shell, a young female soldier Deunan and her cyborg partner Briareos survive through the post World War 3 apocalyptic New York . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Appleseed Alpha torrent reviews

Michael D (es) wrote: An extremely mild reccomendation for this one. "War Eagle, Arkansas" is full of problems. The directing, script, and acting are all bland at times, and there are all sorts of issues with pacing. It's not a particularly moving tale, and certainly too literal. But, there are moments that shine; shine enough for me to be happy I saw this film and met its screenwriter. Happy enough to be proud it was made in my home state. Happy enough to see it and enjoy myself enough to give it three stars.

Gordon R (br) wrote: One of the worst family comedies of all time.

Brandon W (de) wrote: Dead Alive, or Braindead, is directed and co-written by Peter Jackson, and it stars Timothy Balme and Diana Pealver in a splatstick zombie film about a man having a troubled relationship with a girl because of his mom, and now she got bitten by a rat-monkey which turned her into a zombie. I've first heard about it from Angry Video Game Nerd years ago who says that this is the goriest film ever made. That alone got me curious, and I finally got to see it, which turned out to be a great film. I like the acting as they seem to have a bit of quirk in it that's fitting to the tone of this. The gore effects look amazing in it, there were times that I have no idea how they used that effect, and I've seen so many gory films. It has a bit of dark humor to it which got me laughing, and the chemistry between the main leads is well done. The movie gets more and more gory, which gets my attention more as it gets crazier, which is a plus since I didn't find the beginning that interesting. The lawnmower scene is the goriest part that I ever seen, which astounds me that there's so much blood going on and that it was actually shown in some theaters. Peter Jackson's Dead Alive has a lot more going with its mind for a splatstick film, which is more than I can say for something like Ichi the Killer.

Ethan P (gb) wrote: When Harry Met Sally is refreshing. It's sarcastic and down to earth, the characters are amusing and dimensional and the chemistry between the leads is easy and entertaining to watch. It doesn't break any new ground, but it isn't a cliche and it's a perfectly amusing romantic comedy.

Ross M (mx) wrote: played with a magnificent cast and lots of love this wonderful movie depicts Hank as a very real human being with his brilliance and foibles and demons together.

Mark R (br) wrote: One of my fave carry ons!

Jenna G (de) wrote: It Happened One Night is so much fun and is blessed with pure greatness from Colbert, Gable & Capra.

Karl G (it) wrote: Looked good and good performances by Eva and Matt, but just all felt a bit wrong!

Walter M (au) wrote: For his next movie, Thomas(Daniel Bruhl) travels to Italy to research the trial of a young college student accused of killing her roommate in the historic city of Siena. His first contact is Simone Ford(Kate Beckinsale) who wrote the first book on the subject. Her only regret is that she missed on a chance to test drive a Maserati. She provides Thomas an introduction to tabloid reporters covering the trial.With "The Face of an Angel," director Michael Winterbottom takes a barely fictional look at the Amanda Knox trial in Italy(he changes the names and setting but otherwise keeps all of the details intact), just as Thomas is told twice in the movie to tell a fictionalized version of the story. (I hope Thomas is not based on Winterbottom as boy is Thomas screwed up, snorting a ton of cocaine in the film.) While concerning various and sundry theories, Winterbottom just throws up his hands by not settling on any of them, framing that in a discussion of Dante's Divine Comedy as a way of contemplating the unknowable.

Therese F (ag) wrote: Spring d, era djvlar...

Mark O (gb) wrote: What would you pick if you could only remember one event in your life? Well this film makes you think about that. It might be tiresome to watch if one doesn't understand Japanese.