Australia: Land of Parrots
Discover the beauty, brilliance and behaviour of Australia's most conspicuous birds - parrots and cockatoos in Australia: Land of Parrots. Multi-award winning, natural history filmmakers David Parer and Elizabeth Parer-Cook have turned their cameras to the sky to capture the spirit of these dazzling birds with breathtaking results - including rare and never before seen footage - all shot in HD.
Discover the beauty, brilliance and behaviour of Australia's most conspicuous birds - parrots and cockatoos in Australia: Land of Parrots. Multi-award winning, natural history filmmakers David Parer and Elizabeth Parer-Cook have turned their cameras to the sky to capture the spirit of these dazzling birds with breathtaking results - including rare and never before seen footage - all shot in HD. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Australia: Land of Parrots torrent reviews
(jp) wrote: Billy Bob is always good!
(kr) wrote: Alright already, enough with the Nicolas Cage bashing, I'm tired of it, he's a good actor that gets crapped on a lot of times before his movies even come out. This is a grand and glory action movie that never stops. The story is predictable but what movie isn't anymore and although Cage's hair is ridiculous, this is worth watching just for some of the lines he spouts.
(mx) wrote: Even though it has an interesting premise, this is an awful conclusion for TNG and seems like a shameless rehash of The Wrath of Khan, only the villain is completely lame, with very stupid motivations, and the conclusion a pathetic cop-out for the entire series.
(ag) wrote: Also for the viewers who listen to the critics. Don't listen watch the movie and 20 minutes into it if you get that blahhhh feeling then don't finish it. U be your own judge. A Critic is just a opinion just like yours or mine. They don't have a Doctorates in movie reviewing so don't take them too serious. I enjoyed this film and will let me children watch it also.
(nl) wrote: Good but not as good as the originals. I much prefer Damien.
(au) wrote: Most forgotten thrillers are that way for a reason; they aren't worthy of your time or attention. "Bad Influence", on the other hand, is a gem of a film just waiting to be rediscovered, a gleefully down and dirty winner that had the misfortune of bad timing upon its initial release.It came out just as the notorious sex scandal of its star Rob Lowe was breaking, casting a lot of similarities between his personal life and his seedy character in the film. It was unjustly ignored by audience. It's a shame really, because the picture holds up just as well today as it did then, a tight thriller that grows more sinister as it goes along all under the very capable direction of Curtis Hanson. He would gradate on to more serious fare, but he cut his teeth on suspense thrillers, and he has a real knack for them.This is engrossing from start to finish, and it's perfectly cast as well. Lowe relishes the chance to play upon his tawdry public image, and James Spader is cast against type, wonderfully so, as the weakling who learns what he's truly capable of. The two actors play off each other terrifically, and it's nice to see the film avoid the graphic violence that plagues many like it. This is a suspense thriller, not a bloody mess.It also gets points for being logical and plausible, as the pent-up Spader gets a chance to cut loose. "Bad Influence" is a top-notch picture, an overlooked one that deserves a second chance to find a new audience.
(es) wrote: It's a good movie, even an important movie. (There's no Blair Witch without this movie)...BUT, if you have a queasy stomach, avoid at all costs. Scenes of rape, murder and the killing of animals (the murder of animals are very real). Go ahead and watch it if you can, but don't say I didn't warn ya.
(br) wrote: Some Came Running (1959) -- [6.5] -- Frank Sinatra plays an unhappy writer and WWII veteran who has trouble readjusting to life in his scenic Indiana hometown. The screenplay, based on a novel by James Jones, gets lackadaisical in the middle, but Vincent Minnelli does a good job capturing both the quaint and stifling qualities of small-town life. Sinatra is good, but he's easily outshined by his colorful costars. Shirley MacLaine is charming as a loving but dimwitted floozie, and Dean Martin nearly steals the show as a gambling alcoholic. MacLaine received an Oscar nomination, as did costars Arthur Kennedy and Martha Hyer. (On a side note, the film was shot in my old stomping ground of Madison, Indiana, where the Ohio Theatre still plays "Some Came Running" once a year. You can see the theatre's marquee in the movie's climax -- it looks the same way today that it did all those years ago.)
(mx) wrote: They sure don't make movies this funny anymore !
(es) wrote: Not good, not really....Sometimes I can't understand critics!!
(es) wrote: End of watch is so realistic, well written, dark and intriguing. End of Watch is one of the best cop films I've seen and is definitely worth your time to see!