A romanced story of Attila the Hun, since his childhood, when he lost his parents until his death. Attila is disclosed as a great leader, strategist and lover and the movie shows his respect to the great Roman strategist Flavius Aetius, his loves and passions, the gossips, intrigues and betrayals in Rome, all of these feelings evolved by magic and mysticism.

A romanced story of Attila the Hun, from when he lost his parents in childhood until his death. Attila is disclosed as a great leader, strategist and lover and the movie shows his respect to the great Roman strategist Flavius Aetius, his loves and passions, the gossips, intrigues and betrayals in Rome, all of these feelings evolved by magic and mysticism. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Attila torrent reviews

Khaled M (ru) wrote: Mark Rafallo's best performance till now.

Dann M (us) wrote: Exploring the hardships of adolescence, Cracks is a provocative period drama. When a new student at an English all-girls boarding school begins questioning her instructor's integrity, she finds that the other students start to resent and ostracize her. Starring Eva Green, Juno Temple, and Imogen Poots, the film has a solid cast, and they give some good performances. However, they're playing pretty stereotypical characters, and the plot is formulaic. Still, there are some hints of intrigue and suspense; but it's not developed very well. Yet despite its lack of originality, Cracks is an engaging film that's atmosphere and beautifully shot.

matt g (ca) wrote: The Divided State could quite possibility be one of the best documentaries I have ever seen mainly because it plays both sides of the fence. However it still proves to me one thing that conservatives are very narrow and close minded people. In one scene in the movie, two professors from Utah State try to stand up and express themselves to Sean Hannity and all he does is mock them for having a difference of opinion. The thing I like is that the film never really takes a side but films both sides as everything goes down. In the middle of Moore's Speech, two protesters break in and yell at Moore for not voting for Nader instead of Kerry. Calling him a traitor for not voting for Nader like he did in 2000. It's a great documentary maybe actually just as good as Fahrenheit 9/11 which I still think today is a great documentary and think that Moore himself isn't a bad guy but just wants people to ask questions and be aware of what's going on. It's sad but I rather be liberal and open-minded when it comes to the world then conservative and not be able to listen to different viewpoints. The real shame here is that so few will see this great documentary which you can tell was made for next to nothing but is very powerful and brutally honest. I rarely give movies a perfect 10 score but I really think this movie deserves it. And how about that Kay Anderson? What a nut-case. I mean that guy was completely nuts, trying to pay off the school just so Michael Moore wouldn't speak there! The guy sat there with a $25,000 cashier check. It's amazing though how this movie shows the real freedom of speech we have in America and what some will do to stop it. Amazing stuff, I recommend all to check this one out!

Konrad A (ca) wrote: I had a favorite line in this movie it was I'm old I beg your pardon oh I'm like the crypt keeper this is a funny movie and good music this movie will make you laugh Lindsay Lohan is good in this movie. I recommend seeing this movie!!

Paul M (it) wrote: Some flicks you see as a kid and never expect to see again. Case in point - Six Pack, starring the Gambler, an amazingly young Diane Lane, and Weekend's Bernie, in a film about stock car racing. Some times it actually pays to have cable.

Sean M (fr) wrote: Warning: this movie has no plot.

Glen W (de) wrote: Very slow but well done. There were many lines that did not belong to the main plotlines which added to the realism. It was amazing how the director was able to get such performances from nonactors.

Sylvester K (br) wrote: Mrs Marrable cons her elderly maids out of their savings then murders them. When Aunt Alice's friend goes missing, it's up to her to find out what has happened.Whatever Happened to Aunt Alice serves as another one of the psycho bitty genre popular at the time (thanks to Whatever Happened to Baby Jane and Hush Hush Sweet Charlotte). The acting was superb, it was awesome to see two old ladies fight in such a brutal manner. The twists were great too, complemented by the darkly humorous tone, Whatever Happened to Aunt Alice is a film worthy of viewing.

Brett H (mx) wrote: Cliched, predictable, and not the least bit scary, this is the second Bigfoot, found-footage horror movie I've watched and Willow Creek is vastly superior with likable characters and an actual sense of dread. This film wastes no time thrusting you into the action and it doesn't take long for Bigfoot to start terrorizing the characters, only you see him WAY too much and he loses his scare-factor rather quickly. The characters all suck and you don't care if any of them survive, and it becomes very easy to predict who will die next. It picks up some momentum near the end with a scene involving a trailer, but the goodwill is swiftly tossed as the movie ends on an extremely anti-climactic note. Being directed by one of the helmers of The Blair Witch Project I expected more than a run-of-the-mill monster movie that features no scares and not one character to care about.

Mohammed A (it) wrote: It's good movie to watch

Michael G (ag) wrote: Not sure why the critics hated on it... skinnys death i hated though

Kurt B (gb) wrote: Not even Jason Momoa could save this film from its 80's script and 60*s make-up.