Captain America

Captain America

During World War II, a brave, patriotic American Soldier undergoes experiments to become a new supersoldier, "Captain America." Racing to Germany to sabotage the rockets of Nazi baddie "Red Skull", Captain America winds up frozen until the 1990s. He reawakens to find that the Red Skull has changed identities and is now planning to kidnap the President of the United States.

Frozen in the ice for decades, Captain America is freed to battle against arch-criminal, The Red Skull. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Captain America torrent reviews

Ben L (us) wrote: Once is a simple tale of a street musician who meets a woman that inspires him to improve and record his music. The songs that permeate this film really create a tone that is very personal and intimate. I love the fact that there are no familiar faces in the cast because it makes the film feel almost like a documentary captured while real life events were occurring. The two leads are charming and have a beautiful chemistry with one another which permeates the entire film. There were a few times I struggled to understand dialogue because the accents were so thick, but I don't feel like I missed anything vital. Ordinarily I don't like a lot of shaky handheld camera work, but since this is a movie that is relatively still, all the cinematography does is ground the movie to make it even more gritty and realistic. There's not much more I can say about this film, because the story is basic and often becomes secondary to the music. The magic of Once is definitely in those songs. The nice thing is that the lyrics are often relevant, and reference things that are actually going on in the film. It's the kind of movie I could see myself watching when I want to relax, because there is a soothing nature to the music and the story. I personally prefer John Carney's second attempt at this kind of story (Begin Again) but that doesn't mean that Once isn't a treat that I can easily recommend.

Tad T (gb) wrote: Zizek the man sometimes appears to be as chaotic and random as this barebones documentary, but behind the frenetically waving arms, scruffy beard and near-comical self-deprecation is a towering thinker with boundless intellectual (and physical) energy. The filmmakers capture some aspects of his thought, and accurately convey his explosive creativity, but it is he and not their film that commands attention.

Hikmet C (us) wrote: A film against Wilhelm Reich and sexual economy by a man that has not been reading Wilhelm Reich.

Jurgens S (it) wrote: A story which asks good questions, what more can you want?

Jaime R (fr) wrote: Michael Moore should stick to documentaries.


Paul D (de) wrote: Sturdy commercialised comedy with Bette Midler usurping Shelley Long for the laughs.

Andrea E (jp) wrote: A formulaic slasher, to be sure, right up to Final Girl staggering into the sunrise. Held up in a recent re-watch (after 25+ years) with decent acting, likeable (if one dimensional) characters, and excellent design work. Sad to say this piece of B-movie fluff makes me pine for the old school craft of handmade special effects integrated with the story. Seems more like the computer designed effects of today detract from, or substitute entirely for, the story.I sound like a grandma now ... talking about slashers.

Stu G (es) wrote: Fred Astaire and Gene Kelly... wow. That's about the only good part of this movie. Even Lucille Ball, Judy Garland, and Fanny Brice are pretty boring.

Kenneth L (us) wrote: This movie seemed produced to convert the skeptic in us all & was never ment to be a thriller though it managed to produce a few gripping scenes. I personally remain to be convinced even more than ever after this effective drama.

Ryan S (kr) wrote: The goriest of the series and probably one of the hardest to watch. This one actually gives us some likable characters and most of it is actually pretty intense. The 3rd act is pretty lame however, but this is one of the better films in this series.

Fong K (ru) wrote: Greta Geriwig is the new Woody Allen who wrote this smart and funny indie comedy about a college freshwoman coming of age in a brief kinship with her bohemian stepsister-to-be.