Cannibal Women in the Avocado Jungle of Death
The U.S. government, eager to protect the nation's avacado supplies, recruits feminist professor Margo Hunt to make contact with the Piranha Women, an all-female tribe who believe men are only good as a source of food. Accompanying Dr. Hunt on her trip are Jim, a guide of questionable competence, and Bunny, a student of unquestionable incompetence.
When goverment hire a feminist to track down the Piranha Women living in the uncharted Avocado Jungle to convince them to move to a reservation condo in Malibu. She hires a guide at the edge of the jungle and they have many arguments about men and women. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Cannibal Women in the Avocado Jungle of Death torrent reviews
(ru) wrote: Fine acting. Not overly sentimental or sensational.
(ca) wrote: Well, at least I can say this movie is better than the one that came out in 2015. There were some good things about this movie, but they didn't come near the amount of bad things. I liked Mr. Fantastic's hair and overall look. The Thing was actually my favorite of the 4 in this movie even though Reed Richards is my favorite in the comics. This story even seemed to focus more on Ben Grimm than anyone else, and I'm not saying that's a bad thing. He had the strongest character in the film. The Invisible Woman was more like the one dimensional woman. She seemed more like a sex symbol than anything. The Human Torch was decent, but still pretty shallow. It's a relatively shallow character to begin with though. Dr. Doom was not intimidating at all. The story was really pretty generic. The special effects were pretty good for their time. Overall this film felt too hollywood. It was over modernized and sexualized. They should have catered more to the nerds with this film. If you're a big fan of the Thing, then this movie might be pretty decent for you.
(fr) wrote: My most favorite epic Chinese movie ever.
(ag) wrote: Simple and ordinary yet heart-felt. Modine and Zuniga make a charming on-screen couple. Somehow I could never relate to today's movies about students although I am student myself. This portrayal is closer to me. And of course it's cheesy. I don't mind.
(jp) wrote: The Biggest Band On Earth
(es) wrote: 130 minutes of humanity spiraling out of control, Cassavetes's film captures the bending point when a marriage of convenience becomes a marriage of contempt and adultery. If you can get through it, and you should know that by the end of the first extended act, you're in for one of the most deeply personal films ever made.
(ag) wrote: loved this old movie
(au) wrote: Yes Bruce Campbell my favorite all time goofy throwback horror cult film far from scary just hahahas
(ag) wrote: I thought it was an interesting idea and Peter Sellers does a good job
(ca) wrote: Polanski is worth watching no matter what he does !
(us) wrote: This is a hard-hitting film about drugs and addiction - you have been warned! It is not an easy ride.
(de) wrote: A classic! Sleepaway Camp is great - terrible acting (part of it's charm), slutty teenagers... totally 80's. The reason this has such a cult following is because of the shocking reveal at the end. Shocking indeed...especially when you are only 14 when you see it the first time, haha!
(ru) wrote: Full disclosure: I went into this film expecting the normal western, but hey, it's interesting because it's got Jane Fonda and she's a cutie, right?What I got was a spoofy western with numerous musical interludes, or at least musical bits inserted to move the narrative along, not straight up song and dance numbers.Overall, the film is okay, but I don't know that I would come back to it anytime soon.Rental?