Once again tampering with mother nature to disastrous results, Dr. Herbert West continues his research while serving time in a maximum security prison for his previous exploits. West's limited prison-cell experiments are suddenly interrupted by the arrival of a new prison doctor and the brother of the girl who suffered from West's experiments 13 years earlier.
- Stars:Jeffrey Combs, Tommy Dean Musset, Jason Barry, Bárbara Elorrieta, Elsa Pataky, Ángel Plana, Javier Sandoval, Santiago Segura, Lolo Herrero, Enrique Arce, Nico Baixas, Simón Andreu, Joaquín Ortega, Raquel Gribler, Daniel Ortiz,
- Country:Spain, USA
- Director:Brian Yuzna,
- Writer:Xavier Berraondo (script collaborator), José Manuel Gómez (screenplay), H.P. Lovecraft (characters), Miguel Tejada-Flores (story)
Everyone's favorite mad scientist Herbert West is currently in jail after having state's evidence turned against him by his former assistant, Dan Cain. While being led away, some re-agent ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Beyond Re-Animator torrent reviews
(nl) wrote: Informative and delicious.
(us) wrote: A poetically dark and beautiful film, Valhalla Rising conjures magic from its sheer starkness and silence. I find most modern films to be full of needless, self-serving dialogue that comes off as smarmy and trite. This film does away with modern film convention and goes back to the basis of what a film should be - a purely visual spectacle. This is a moving painting that assumes a certain intelligence in the viewer, in that some interpretation is left to the individual. The brutal silence is a voice of its own, while the exquisite pacing keep the tension and the story drawn tight.This film will find its audience in a select group of viewers that enjoy the artistry of film and in dissecting the multilayered, timeless symbolism.
(ca) wrote: a very simple story with interesting culture in Romania, remains me back with Indonesia people who is always curious with strangers who's coming to their area. FUnny ;)
(mx) wrote: Deutscher Titel: Man muss mich nicht lieben
(kr) wrote: Pretty good. Olmi's segment was a bit trying, although it ultimately works, Kiarostami's segment is decent, but Loach's is a real corker. Very naturalistic performances, a very strong story - funny, dramatic, and it flows beautifully. Certainly makes me want to check out more of his stuff. The package overall works, I think, probably because the segments cross-pollinate their characters, and there are no real breaks between them. So it feels more like a complete experience than other portmanteau films.
(us) wrote: A funny, whimsical comedy with dark/light motifs. A great Saturday afternoon rainy day laugh!
(es) wrote: A new Audrey Hepburn movie stole my heart with this wonderful film. Oh Peter O' Toole! How dashing you are!
(ca) wrote: There is one incredible shot of the sand falling down with Okada's character. Other powerful sequences are the love making scene, and close-ups. Kishida and Okada give wonderful performances. I also loved the music score! It is somewhat predictable, but great!
(fr) wrote: Lawrence Tierney is best known for playing the crime boss in 1992's Resevoir Dogs, but his title role in 1945's Dillinger is what put him on the map. The film, which traces John Dillinger's life of crime with more accuracy than usual, was a cheaply produced B-movie that ended up becoming a surprise hit. It's not in the same league as earlier gangster classics like Public Enemy or Scarface, but Tierney's capable grasp on menace helps to make Dillinger into a moderately entertaining crime movie.
(fr) wrote: The movie was loud and sloppy, and I think they tried to mash too much killing, too much action in 100 minutes.
(es) wrote: When I was twelve I thought this movie was hilarious. I watched it again several years later and I cringed every scene.
(ru) wrote: A lot of nostalgia as Charlie Brown finally talks to the Little Red Head girl and Snoopy defeats the Red Baron.
(gb) wrote: This movie was saved by two things: George Takei, and the random, impressive pair of breasts that would appear every so often in a Batman-esque scene transition. (Technically, I suppose you could say that's three things, but I digress.) There were some humorous/entertaining scenes, but for the most part, the cheesiness felt forced--and that's the problem whenever people set out to -try- and make a cult movie: it never feels genuine. "Ninja Cheerleaders" is far from the worst film I've ever seen, but it fails to fully capitalize on its concept. (The severe lack of actual ninja action certainly didn't help.)