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Chronicle torrent reviews

Caroline L (fr) wrote: I liked the story. Good afternoon movie.

Nick P (ru) wrote: Brilliant performance by Benedict Cumberbatch, don't know why this film is not known a bit more.

Frank T (br) wrote: this is a b movie, the zombies hop around with tag on their foreheads, its bad and its worth a watch, the final fight is hilarious since it runs through the credits, "i need a virgins pee" need i say more?

Salman K (es) wrote: The finest and most amazing part about an under-dog story is if it is not overtly-dramatic and gets you to relate to it. That sort of movie lives on and with you for a longtime. Now, I've lost count of how many times I've watched 'Seabiscuit' mainly because of its brilliant story-telling [almost feels as if you are going through a novel] and the absolutely brilliant cast [including the actors who have small roles]. I love how the movies have 'surprise packages' a performance which get overshadowed or the background score, this movie has William H Macy, brilliant as the sports radio announcer!This can easily be called as the Rocky Balboa of sports-drama movies!Plot:- A story revolving around three men in the 1930s depression era, who saw the down but not horse 'Seabiscuit' to victory, in turn giving meaning to their own lives and lifting theirs as well as a nations spirit out of agony and suffering. A very heart-warming and truly inspiring movie, with a brilliant direction and some great acting!

Lee M (ru) wrote: Murderous barber? Check. Alaskan village where the sun never comes up? Check. The Barber oddly relies on two plot devices to get its simplistic tale across (the barber is killing people in an Alaskan village where the sun never comes up), with Malcolm McDowell narrating all the while.

Fred O (us) wrote: RT has it wrong, this isn't a Broadway Production of Hamlet, the Royal Shakespeare Company, to my knowledge have never performed on Broadway. That being say, the modern dress style and the fact of NO AMERICAN PRODUCER INVOVLEMENT, helps his version of Hamlet stay true to its roots as opposed to some of the tripe we've seen of other modern dress attempts (ex: Romeo & Juliet)

Shawn W (ru) wrote: Jackie has the girls over when her parents go out of town. A tough pizza stain on the carpet is soon forgotten when Juliette's new love interest starts drilling. Surviving girls curiously remain in the house with the killer rather than flee.

Ali E (ru) wrote: What the hell was going on?

Marnie Z (br) wrote: kind of corny and boring...

Michael H (br) wrote: It's all pretty artificial, but convincingly draws you into the gritty, cynical, wry world of a film version of tough-as-nails NYC. Very funny as well as thrilling.

Frank G (nl) wrote: Don't watch this for Christmas