Every child comes into the world full of promise, and none more so than Chappie: he is gifted, special, a prodigy. Like any child, Chappie will come under the influence of his surroundings—some good, some bad—and he will rely on his heart and soul to find his way in the world and become his own man. But there's one thing that makes Chappie different from any one else: he is a robot.

In the near future, crime is patrolled by an oppressive mechanized police force. A self conscious robot named Chappie is made for better protection but later Chappie is stolen and given new programming, he becomes the first robot with the ability to think and feel for himself. As powerful, destructive forces start to see Chappie as a danger to mankind and order, they will stop at nothing to maintain the status quo and ensure that Chappie is the last of his kind. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Chappie torrent reviews

Daniel S (ag) wrote: one of the best zombie films I've seen the story was deep and enthralling the drama was better than some drama movies and the animation cut scenes were just spectacular

Sanford R (us) wrote: I'll probably pass on this one

WS W (it) wrote: Putting all the bads together makes it rather OK.

ld p (fr) wrote: I watch a lot of Spanish Language films as I have interest in and speak and practice Spanish. I enjoyed this movie but is not without faults. All told I liked the movie overall but it is kind of slow and the ending is a NON Ending. The storyline itself was interesting enough and really its quite a beautiful film and beautifully told. I really was not bored even a minute or two. You can read some other review to study more about the plot. I understand this is the directors second film, and it really is impressive. The film is really a quite realistic slice of life and it is interesting though it does move slowly. I was going to rate this a 6 but decided a 7 or even 8 is more appropriate.

Anthony M (ag) wrote: The sheer fact that they were taking this seriously coupled with the fails in almost every category make for one the worst movies in existance. However, you will be smiling/laughing from beginning to end with Slab Bulkhead screaming like a woman, Captain Santa failing miserably, and Cisse Cameron being about the same age as the hero...


Riccardo Antonio R (fr) wrote: this is the B of a all B movies. However it is Schwarzenegger's fir movie

Adam R (fr) wrote: Until watching Rossellini, I associated neorealism with boringism.

Gregory W (ca) wrote: skip this and see the 1939 version

AW C (it) wrote: Is it chock full of 80's cheese? You betchya. Is it really well written and damn entertaining? You betchya.

John R (kr) wrote: 131123: 6th Bond Film. Spoiler Alert! Started this movie a while ago and then stopped because I wasn't paying attention at the time. Finally sat down and watched it fully and, I must say, this is likely my favourite Bond film so far. Starts a little slow but picks up speed and finishes fast...and tragically. Did not really like Lazenby's Bond. This would've been a five star movie if Connery or another more familiar actor had played the part as James. Found myself laughing out loud on a few occasions and really enjoyed the action, women. No shortage of both in this story. Think Diana Rigg, as Tracy Di Vicenzo, is my favourite Bond girl so far. Also fully enjoyed the "Country Girls". Having Bond getting captured as a result of his libido was a great idea. This film also leads down paths I didn't expect as James falls in love etc. Shocked at the finale but it hopefully leads to some serious revenge stories in the future (can't remember the next films in the series but it seems this story line could lead to some nasty payback). Enjoy, this was my favourite so far.

Prattay S (ca) wrote: the ending wasn't that good

Byron H (nl) wrote: Preachy and awfully predictable. The movie is fun to watch, it is a true narrative that resonates with our 21st century concerns well enough, but the over-simplification of the case against mass immigration and character assassination of the "wrong side" leaves a lot to be desired.