Set on the Cornish coast in 1903, the film features a group of people discovering an underwater society of smugglers who never age living in a lost underwater city along with their gill-man... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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City in the Sea torrent reviews
Tyson P (br) wrote: another crapfest. Had potential but the acting and practical effects are worse than anything i've seen.
Jason H (ru) wrote: Somewhat disorganized, but a fun little film. I always find it amusing when people get riled up over words. Some of the interviewees are insightful, some are just there, but most have some interesting points of view.
Tim D (jp) wrote: This came out at the wrong time. Many people shrugged this off as a copy of The Truman Show. This movie has improved over time because of the overabundance of reality shows that are now on TV. It has a very strong message. Just because someone is on TV, it doesn't make him special, just famous.
Peter L (kr) wrote: My Rating: 3.5/5 stars; Grade: B; Gesture: One Thumb Up; Status: Somewhat Good (Fresh); Emoticon: :-}.
Grant S (mx) wrote: Mildly interesting but feels dated. Ostensibly a commentary on the social mores and morals of the late-1960s, this movie hasn't aged well. Much of the moral dilemmas and predicaments, which may have seemed fresh and unique at the time, are ingrained and old news now.The romance angle is also nothing new.The free-wheeling young people vs the stuffy older generation was laid on rather thick and is another aspect which seems not at all profound now.Has its moments though. Some quite funny scenes. Overall, however, just feels dull and pointless.Decent performances by Warren Beatty, Julie Christie, Goldie Hawn and Jack Warden.
Andrew B (gb) wrote: The NFL did not want their name or logo anywhere near this movie, and rightfully so. Oliver Stone teaming up with Al Pacino about a football movie, seemed like something that could be really good. And it definitely had great potential. The run down old school coach trying to keep his team together through turmoil and infighting between star players. Throw in the usually awful Cameron Diaz and the absolutely overrated Jamie Foxx and wow, what a disaster of a movie. I love football. And I'm a big fan of both Stone and Pacino, but this movie is complete garbage. Some of the stuff is so over the top and ridiculous, I am actually surprised Pacino would let himself be attached to a movie like this. Cameron Diaz is so bad it is almost comical. And Jamie Foxx proves here once again, he is really not that great of an actor at all. People will keep telling you he is, because they feel they have to, but in reality he overacts and is overpraised and flat out overrated. Do not waste your time with this movie. If you looking for a football movie, there isn't too many to really choose from but I would go with The Program before I watched this idiocy.
Jeff B (gb) wrote: Yet another overrated Guy Ritchie flick, though it did get better at the end.