Army of the Dead

Army of the Dead

In 1590, Coronado dispatched a division of one thousand men to find El Dorado, the legendary city of gold. Those men were never seen again. While searching some Baja peninsula caves as part of an archeological expedition, a university professor and his students unwittingly unleash a long dormant curse. They soon find themselves in a life or death battle with an army of skeletal warriors, the undead remnants of Coronado's conquistadors.

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Army of the Dead torrent reviews

Sam P (fr) wrote: Really? Come on, now. Half a star for Michael Madsen. That was the only thing good about this.

Brittney B (au) wrote: Absolutely fabulous! Such a heartfelt story with an amazing message. Recommended to all my friends!

Dave J (ca) wrote: What starts as a movie about Gekko's return to life turns into a bunch of other stuff that rambles on for a while until it gets back to Gekko being himself. The story does tie itself up well enough at the end, but it's a sloppy journey getting there.

FilmGrinder S (fr) wrote: 74% A pass the time thriller, Lynch is always a creepy villain.


Blake P (au) wrote: Jean-Luc Godard is a master of making nonsense turn into something interesting, something of deep meaning. "2 or 3 Things I Know About Her" is full of ideas, jumbled up no less, and in return they make a sometimes compelling and sometimes frustrating film. Godard famously once said that the film was supposed to be a homage to "The Big Sleep", but instead of a detective, the main character is a prostitute. But if "2 or 3 Things I Know About Her" is a homage to "The Big Sleep", then I must be a zebra. Frankly, no matter what Godard tries to tell us beforehand, this is a challenging film that has moments of great intellect and inspiration. The "her" in the title refers both to Marina Vlady and the city of Paris itself. Vlady "portrays" Juliette Janson, a bourgeois housewife that doubles as a prostitute in order to pay the bills. "Portrayal" has quote marks around it as Juliette is less of a character and more of a representation: Godard does not intend to tell the story of the complicated woman - he would prefer to study the changing climate of 1960s Paris and its people. "2 or 3 Things I Know About Her" marks a huge shift in Godard's career. A staggering fan of American cinema, his earlier projects, such as "Pierrot Le Fou" and "A Woman is a Woman", were genre films that were stylized as crime thrillers and Technicolor musicals, respectively. But "2 or 3 Things" shows Godard more interested in politics and how the increasingly radical ideas of the world were shaping Europe. There are still very American things that show up in certain scenes: in the opening credits, the font is dressed in red, white, and blue. In the rest of the film, advertisements that surround the characters are designed with art deco boldness. But it's difficult to compare the film to anything the U.S. had to offer in cinemas in 1967. "2 or 3 Things I Know About Her" feels like a delve into Godard's brain at the time. The Vietnam War is mentioned frequently, serving not only as a point of critique but also as a pressing matter, always on the mind. Juliette's immoral lifestyle choice is not a plot device, but a reflection of 1967 France: President Charles de Gaulle's bold transformations to the economic system are prevalent. Skyscrapers are gazed upon with an alienated distance, and Juliette's work was an actual choice many women had to make as cost of living began to increase under his rule. Godard's positions are fascinating, but at times they begin to ramble and become disjointed in their aesthetic. "2 or 3 Things I Know About Her" is at its most exciting when characters are simply having normal conversations. When they deliver fourth-wall breaking monologues, they lose quite a bit of their charisma as they feel as though Godard is talking to himself. Too much Godard can be too much Godard, after all. "2 or 3 Things I Know About Her" features more successes than failures; it's a film that doesn't have much emotional relevance but manages to create interest on a philosophical level. Godard had a great '60s, and this is a fitting closing.

Paul M (es) wrote: Good noir film...short, contained, and very emotionally charged.

Brett C (mx) wrote: I DON'T UNDERSTAND. I had no clue what was going on, aside from someone ate some jewelry and people in weird costumes with strange lighting were standing around and it was silent. Maybe I should give it another try?

Andy W (nl) wrote: Whilst a tad self indulgent, there are some laugh out loud moments - not to everyone's taste for sure, but it does feel a bit like Chris Rock does woody Allen.

Kenneth S (us) wrote: It was an amazing film! All you losers don't like it probably because you're just an athiest who don't want to watch a good true story film like this because it contains religious stuff. Jesus is our inspiration and that's why we love it! He brings hope to us all, so shut the fuck up you stupid clowns who hate this film and enjoy it! It's better than "God's Not Dead" anyways cause that movie is worser compared to this one!