AVP: Alien vs. Predator
When scientists discover something in the Arctic that appears to be a buried Pyramid, they send a research team out to investigate. Little do they know that they are about to step into a hunting ground where Aliens are grown as sport for the Predator race.
- Category:Action, Adventure, Horror, Sci-Fi, Thriller
- Stars:Tommy Flanagan, Carsten Norgaard, Sanaa Lathan, Colin Salmon,
- Country:USA, UK, Czech Republic, Canada, Germany
- Director:Paul W.S. Anderson,
- Writer:Dan O'Bannon ("Alien" characters), Ronald Shusett ("Alien" characters), Jim Thomas ("Predator" characters), John Thomas ("Predator" characters), Paul
When a private satellite encounters an unidentified source of heat in Antarctica and it is found to be a pyramid buried deep underground , a search team comprising of top-of-the-line archaeologists and engineers is sent to Antarctica to find out more . Once there , the team comes across signs which indicate that the place is inhabited by an unknown alien species . It is not long before the aliens begin to hunt the team members . At the same time , a trio of coming-of-age Predators have arrived to collect the skulls of the aliens as trophies , and the humans are caught between a deadly battle between the two warring species . . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
AVP: Alien vs. Predator torrent reviews
(nl) wrote: This movie touched my daughters' hearts. Loved watching it from start to finish.
(ca) wrote: "Remarkable & Touching".
(jp) wrote: Low budget throw back to redneck horror movies of the past, Wild Man explores what happens when a recently unemployed man (director Justin Meeks) with a disabled wife and perverted Mexican home help is forced to open his land up to hunters to make ends meet, angering the large, deerhide-wearing humanoid that stalks the territory. Does a good job recreating the look and feel of 70s horror flicks like Texas Chainsaw Massacre and Hills Have Eyes, but the movie is ultimately dune in by it's rambling pace and disappoint (and too often seen) monster.
(kr) wrote: The fact that the soundtrack is all Beethoven is the only thing keeping this movie afloat. Based on the facts of Beethoven's compositions but still almost completely made-up, completely unbelievable acting by Ed Harris (unbelievable as in bad). You might as well just listen to Symphony No. 9 and the Grosse Fugue.
(kr) wrote: Well done movie about Mormon missionaries. A bit cliched, but a step up from God's Army. This one was pretty hard core.
(au) wrote: ...Just because John Barrowman is in it.
(ca) wrote: great movie...I love his accent, Joseph's,somehow his language...well,everything & espite all that...he's just sooo cute!!!
(br) wrote: Woody Harrelson does film noir. Worth a look, but wildly uneven.
(de) wrote: the story is about the rise of Truman as a habedasher in a small town in missouri to the office of the President of United States, steering America through World War II to the post war, taken over from FDR mid-term to running for one term on his own. good acting from Gary Sinise as Truman.
(au) wrote: [color=mediumturquoise]I saw Angel Dust a while ago, here's a tiny thought on it..[/color] [color=mediumturquoise]Angel Dust is a weird little addition to the crime genre, it?s a mix of surrealism and psycho-sexual under-currents?highly recommended for fans of the Japanese ?freak? horror genre, this is an odd bird.[/color]
(us) wrote: i herd it was a good movie
(ca) wrote: Egoyan is one of the most literary of all filmmakers.
(ca) wrote: This right smack dab in the middle of my crush on Rob Lowe, it could have been the stupidest movie but if he was in it, it was perfect lol
(fr) wrote: 1942's "In This Our Life," directed by a "The Maltese Falcon" fresh John Huston, finds Bette Davis at her most ... Bette Davis. In the film (spoilers ahead), she steals her sister's husband, dramatically berates a number of men just to make them feel small, drunk drives and hits a mother and daughter, gets in a high speed chase, and, to our dismay, dies prematurely at the film's end by recklessly zooming off a cliff, her car exploding in the aftermath. All this, to our surprise, happens in just ninety-seven minutes. So "In This Our Life" is melodrama at its cheapest and most overwrought, but boring it isn't. Forgettable and overly preachy in its differentiations in righteousness, maybe, but when you have Davis as your villain and Olivia De Havilland as your angel in white, sneaky shoddiness is prolific yet hardly noticeable. We're too busy cackling and cracking asides to care about how manipulative, how transparent, the film really is. Its plot, however laughably twisty it is, is killer. The thrills of the film all derive from the personal lives of Roy and Stanley Timberlake (De Havilland and Davis), a pair of sisters whose respective journeys in finding true love have been cyclonic, to put it lightly. Not because both are born lonelyhearts, but because Stanley, who exists to do little else besides cause mayhem, is incapable of falling for someone naturally and wholesomely: swiping another woman's property and ruining the life of another is more her speed. Early on in "In This Our Life," Stanley victimizes the unsuspecting Roy by seducing - and then running off with - her betrothed (Dennis Morgan). But as this is a soap opera in which one sister must be bad and one must be good, Roy takes the high road and moves on with her life, finding romance with, to our liking, the spouse Stanley left behind. Stanley, in the meantime, continues on her rampage of destruction. All she can do, it seems, is cause trouble and dig herself a deeper grave. On an overarching level, though, going over "In This Our Life's" timeline of flabbergasting events in detail ruins its bracing methods of entertainment. Perhaps it's no different than your average daytime soap, just lensed in black-and-white and given shiny studio treatment. But I'm not the first person to admit that even the rankest of melodrama is highly watchable, and "In This Our Life," putting aside the way its characters are nothing more than classic soaper stereotypes with inevitabilities to undergo, is of better quality than it should be. In addition to its solid direction from Huston and the wide-eyed bewilderment that is Davis's delightfully campy leading performance, the film also realistically touches upon racial discrimination in the 1940s, a landmark for a film that would otherwise be jocularly crazy and comprehensively forgettable. But diamonds found within rough movies are not uncommon, and at least this one builds a wall of magnificent hamminess to assist its social commentary.
(au) wrote: Emily Browning stars in Plush, a psychological thriller from writer/director Catherine Hardwicke. In this tale of obsession the lead singer of a rock band has an affair with her lead guitarist, but when he starts to intrude on her home life she tries to end things. Browning gives a strong performance and proves to be a talented singer as well. But the story is pretty formulaic and telegraphs itself at every turn. Yet despite its unoriginality, Plush still manages to deliver some tense and suspenseful moments.