Black Site Delta

Black Site Delta

A group of military prisoners must fight off a terrorist attack on their prison which, unbeknownst to them, is a cover for a secret drone control facility.

Cam Gigandet stars as the leader of a "Dirty Dozen" band of military prisoners who must fight off a terrorist attack on the remote "black site" prison where they're
being held| which| unknown to them| is a cover for a secret drone control facility. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Black Site Delta torrent reviews

Dave U (fr) wrote: I enjoyed this film and the performances - especially Weisz - were strong. I also found it to be compelling and affecting. The film tells an important story - of opportunistic and disaffected cruelty and the ferocious frailties of humanity. Don't expect a nicely wrapped bow at the end, either.

R P (ca) wrote: One of English Funniest film.. Very strong English Accent and culture,,Recommended ja.

Peter W (ca) wrote: I enjoy mean teen girl movies along with decent acting but the main reason I kept watching is the mesmerizing Mia Kirshner (Jenny on the L Word).

Maryangela S (de) wrote: Muito interessante. Quem no ficar atento pode se perder nas idas e vindas,mas o filme (C) espetacular!

Russell H (nl) wrote: somewhat funny, kind of annoying. The misunderstandings are less funny than than they are frustrating

Harry W (ca) wrote: The horrors of the war are truly brought into perspective in Casualties of War. Michael J. Fox astounds me with a mature peformance after so much teenage-driven cinema, and Sean Penn freaked me out. The events that transpired here were horrible, but the film's depiction of them were excellent. After seeing this film, i no longer became disturbed at the sight of films such as A Clockwork Orange or Poltergeist. It's incredibly dissappointing that this film failed at box ofice, and again it display's Brian De Palma's talent but string of ups and downs.

Priyanka A (kr) wrote: My all time favourite. Loving since childhood.

Carl N (jp) wrote: This film is a preposterous masterpiece. Be in no doubt that this film is total trash. But it knows it and has fun with it. Radioactive super humans run amok in a nameless European city. Although viewed as a Zombie film, the Toxic Avenger lookalikes are never referred to as Zombies. Also these creatures move at speed and use various weaponry to achieve there kills. I can honestly say that this has some of the most ferocious and vicious kill scenes I have ever seen in a "Zombie" film. truly brutal and horrific. Blood guts and anarchy fill the screen right from the start and the pace never drops. Added to all this mayhem is some of the most improper nudity ever witnessed. What I also love about this film is the ridiculous twist ending. A real WTF cinematic moment.

Dann M (gb) wrote: Tony and Tia are back for more fantastical adventures in Return From Witch Mountain. While visiting Pasadena Tony is abducted and brainwashed by a scientist in order to use his telepathic powers for evil, meanwhile his sister Tia befriends a local street gang who offer to help her find her brother. Christopher Lee and Bette Davis co-star and make for an interesting pair of villains. Additionally, the film is fairly good at creating stakes and bringing an element of danger to the telepathic powers. Fun and exciting, Return From Witch Mountain is an impressive sequel that's better than the original.

Tj H (ag) wrote: I'm giving this an extra half (or maybe a whole star) a star because of the release year and the fact that my kids absolutely love it. Falls a bit short in my opinion.

Jeff A (ru) wrote: Because sometimes McCarthy comes off a bit forced.

Brett H (kr) wrote: Top Five is a hilarious, semi-autobiographical story of Chris Rock's character, Andre Allan, who became a Hollywood sensation due to a string of dumb comedies, but now wants to be taken seriously as a commendable actor, and unfortunately for him; the public won't accept it. Chris Rock writes, directs, and stars in what is essentially his version of a Woody Allen film as the film chronicles a day in the life of the actor as he walks and drives through downtown New York while being interviewed by a New York Times reporter, played by Rosario Dawson. Right from the get-go, this film is FUNNY and with Rock's witty/snarky line delivery, he turns basic everyday conversations into comedy gold. The supporting cast is chalk-full of appearances from comedians such as Cedric the Entertainer, J. B. Smoove, Kevin Hart, Tracey Morgan, and Leslie Jones, but it's the ROCK-solid chemistry between Chris and Rosario that makes this film great. There isn't much in the way of plot, but the satire of the entertainment world and the parallels to Rock's own career make you feel like you're in on the joke and the tender dialogue feels genuine. There is some funny stuff here including a HILARIOUS segment with one of Rosario's ex boyfriends that had me cracking up and a bizarre cameo near the end by rapper, DMX that floored me! This is a feel-good movie with intelligent humour, on-the-nose satire, and a pitch-perfect ending that left me smiling!

Marina N (kr) wrote: Heard "the way he makes me feel" on a music channel and felt intrigued to watch the whole movie - something I wanted to do before but have been delaying again and again. Barbra totally shines in this role and her voice is just perfect. So much emotion and feelings that she definitely reached my heart. It's romance combined with a message. Don't accept the status quo only because you're told so. A classic.

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