Black on White

Black on White

Juha is a sales manager of a refrigerator company. His perfect-looking family and glittering array of modern kitchen appliances have just been featured in a magazine article, but in reality...

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Black on White torrent reviews

Andy F (gb) wrote: Well, what we have here are the most obnoxiously written group of 20-somethings I think in a horror movie to date. Literally not one sentence omits the 'F' word and their gurning and grinning faces make you almost wish for the trouble they are undoubtedly going to find. The horror element of the film isn't done too badly and is its saving grace, but the whole movie feels padded, unsatisfying and pretty much unlikeable. It's shaky camera found footage fodder - and not one of the better examples.

Alan L (br) wrote: When people want to create fun and it works, the sequel is more solid.

Private U (mx) wrote: This film is extremely interesting because of its use of the metaphor of the half-life of Plutonium-239, which is over 24,000 years. The lead character, Timofey Berezin, is exposed to a lethal dose of uranium in a dilapidated Russian nuclear facility, and the accident is blamed on him. It was interesting to experience a story so married to a scientific metaphor; indeed, it helped you experience the emotions that Timofey was experiencing. As his life was decaying, so also Plutonium decays. Though it was really amazing cinematography, 3.5 stars only because of the choppy nature of the storyline ?? comedy thrown at times when it was probably better to keep the same mood.

Christina H (mx) wrote: Watched: 24 Jan 2014

Dan N (it) wrote: Quality fight scenes and a bad guy hailing all the way from Birds of a Feather and Goodnight Sweetheart! Oh and Rufio is in it too - what a cast!

Lisa S (fr) wrote: this really uses romania to make a good movie. teh acting is raelly good and really realistic! sometimes the dialogue is dumb but only sometimes. its a lot about something thats still relevant. 3 1/2 stars!

Jared C (br) wrote: Have you ever wondered where the Pirates of the Caribbean films got their inspiration or resources from. This film has your answer, Tyrone Power a brilliant actor back then acts as the main protaginist with a piratey attitude, Maureen O' Hara plays a real stubborn and persistent woman who won't give into the pirates charm and a whole cast of guys acting like pirates. The scenery is outstanding, the ships are brillliant and the sword fights are quite good. This was before Pirates of the Caribbean, so yeah but back then they didn't have Jack Sparrow so there is an advantage for you

Shawn R (it) wrote: One of the type of movies I am glad I did not miss out on.

Troy M (au) wrote: horrible even for the 80's!

Arny B (ru) wrote: As a lover of horror anthologies I was really looking forward to seeing this. After all, it is a low budget horror movie made in the 70s, and that certainly was a great decade for low budget horror. The movie is divided into three stories. The first one about a student infatuated with his teacher, the second one about two sisters with opposite personalities and the last one about a killer doll. The problem with the film is that these stories are as interesting as they sound, meaning that the first two are not. Normally in this kind of films you would expect a slow story that builds up until an awesome final revelation, and here lies the problem with the first two segments. They are definitely slow up until the very end, but the final revelations are not unexpected or interesting at all, in fact you can see them coming almost since the segments begin. They are completely predictable, and thus, boring. The third segment is a different matter altogether. It is predictable, yes, but it is also a lot of fun. The special effects are kind of bad, but at the same time they are very charming, and while the ending is not unexpected or original, it is still the best part of the movie, and the one scene that will stick with you after it ends. If you like horror anthologies or low budget horror films, then you'd probably wan to check this one, just don't expect it to blow your mind.

Marcus W (fr) wrote: Welles may use every cinematic trick in his repertoire, but the story and characters fail to captivate or engross.

Heather M (ca) wrote: Burns is leading the pack of crazies in this one. I am sure that a large family can survive without this much chaos and dysfunction, but it made for an exciting movie.

Lee M (fr) wrote: This plotless film just seems to be a slew of slutty scenes and erotic killings. Wild in Blue tries too much to be like Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer and instead ends up as being tainted smut, and not in a fun, campy way.

Jack R (ca) wrote: A very fun and energetic children's film with an iconic, imposing performance by Julie Andrews and culminating in one of the most emotional scenes I've ever seen in a film, involving George Banks receiving fateful news from the bank he works at and walking there to meet what was coming to him.