Assault on Precinct 13

Assault on Precinct 13

The lone inhabitants of an abandoned police station are under attack by the overwhelming numbers of a seemingly unstoppable street gang.

When the LAPD kills several members of the South Central gang Street Thunder, the isolated inhabitants of an abandoned police station are under attack by the overwhelming numbers of the seemingly unstoppable street gang. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Assault on Precinct 13 torrent reviews

Hamdi Q (es) wrote: This was a horrible movie. There's no story, disgusting, and doesn't make any sense. If I could give it zero stars I would.

Bethany G (gb) wrote: One of the best movies I have seen in years! You're captivated instantly and you never want it to end!

Mark H (es) wrote: A surprisingly good Dutch film worth the time spent watching.

Nikolai D (ru) wrote: One of the good movies in Woody Allen's late period. I like the music, the narrative, the energy between the characters, the presence of Barcelona, the subtleness and irony of so many details.

Yesianne R (de) wrote: it was ok for a late boring night, but not to watch again.

Wut S (nl) wrote: Tropical Malady (or "Supralad," literally means "Monster" in Thai) is an experimental film directed by Apichatpong Weerasethakul (Mysterious Object at Noon, Blissfully Yours). The film is split into two parts. The first half seems to focus on the romance between Tong, an ice-factory worker, and Keng, a soldier assigned to a post in rural part of Thailand. The latter half of the film is inspired by a Thai-Kmer myth of a shapeshifter who preys on the villagers' livestocks. The lone soldier--who participates in the suggestive homosexual acts in the first half of the film--is lost in a dense jungle. He is stalking/stalked by the shapeshifter whom is played by the same boy the solider romanticized with earlier.The acting was also exceptionally good. If you have lived in Thailand, you would have realize the lack of good Thai actors and the fact that the majority of Thais who live in rural area are illiterate and completely oblivious to anything avant-garde. This film successfully breaks the mentioned stereotypes: the "weed smoking" aunties (who I assume are non-actresses) played their part very well. The two main actors also dished out good performances, especially on the subtle homoerotic scenes.When I was watching the latter half of the film, I kept thinking how it was very surreal that an experimental film would have anything to do with the rural provinces of Thailand where the locals have no knowledge, let alone appreciation, on modern arts. But perhaps this is the reason why this film works well conceptually. The film could be described as "primitive experimental." It's primitive because the latter half part of the film is focused on the dense tropical forest and was about a shapeshifter myth which can be related to totemism. On the other hand, the word "experimental" is often associated with the Western's "civilized" aesthetic culture. I'd like to think of the film as a symbol of two oppositions within the psyche--the myth in the film capturing the instinctual, subconscious part of man, while the act of making an experimental film itself is a product of man civilized, conscious mind.This film is one confusing piece of puzzle. Its slow-pacedness could bore you, but the camera works, lightings, sound designs, and other technical/conceptual factors will excite those who are not afraid to drown themselves in sea of symbolisms and visual arts.

Brooke J (br) wrote: The movie overcomplicated the story, and took away the one-two punch ending that the book delivered square on.

Boogie B (jp) wrote: "Someone is out to make a sequel. To cash in on all the movie murder. Let's observe the rules of a sequel. Number one, body count is always bigger. Number two, death scenes are more elaborate, more blood, gore, and carnage candy." This is the follow up to one of the most original horror films Scream. Many people believe that Scream 2 is better than the first. On the other hand, I believe that this is a great sequel, but I didn't enjoy it as much as the first.In this film, history repeats itself. After the events in Scream, they decided to make a movie within a movie called Stab. Someone is trying to act out the killings in stab. A copycat killer is on the loose!Even though I had fun with this film, I just thought the original had more to say about the story structure of horror films. Also, I'm starting to like the prologue of these films killing off high profile actresses. In the first film, I thought it was just a publicity stunt. But know, I find them kind of funny.So these are my final Bitchin' Buddha thoughts on Scream 2. I enjoyed it, just not as much as the first film. The film is still good, delivers great performances, diabolical, and thrilling. I believe Scream 2 earns a..3 out of 5.Thanks for reading/viewing, and I hope you have an amazing day as always. :)

Michael A (de) wrote: Funny yet very plodding

Santiago M (de) wrote: Unexpected greatness! Odd and sad and funny.

Tim M (ru) wrote: Van Cleef is classic, and the direction is pretty good, but it just drags on for too long. Some great revenge and siege scenes marred by bad/no effects. Sweet finale despite the short comings. Spaghetti Western fans will appreciate it.

Kyle M (es) wrote: In my opinion, this is the worst godzilla film. Godzilla's revenge has one entertaining quality, how stupid it is. This movie contains. Creature that has no relation to godzilla, crappy cgi, meh acting, and "godzilla" gets killed by missiles!

Eric J (kr) wrote: One of the best Heist Thrillers I've ever seen its amazing and well done with thrills and twisted that will have you on the edge of your seat and its one of Spike Lee's best films. "Two Thumbs Way Up"

Desmond R (br) wrote: Most important point is that I found it extremely boring.