Danika

Danika

The story follows Danika, a woman whose fears for her children are manifested in premonitions of death and disaster. Bierko plays Tomei's husband, while Hall is her psychiatrist and confidant.

The story follows Danika, a woman whose fears for her children are manifested in premonitions of death and disaster. Bierko plays Tomei's husband, while Hall is her psychiatrist and confidant. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Danika torrent reviews

Jamie C (nl) wrote: After regretting not going to watch the first one at cinema I couldn't miss the opportunity to watch this one and i'm so glad I did, The action starts straight away and never really slows down, I was suprised how many of the original cast were in it, The battle scenes were great the effects were fantastic apart from the blood effects were a little OTT and a sex scene that was like they both decided to rape each other, I can't comment on the 3D as I watched the 2D version, Not as good as the first but still a great action film that will be loved by all action fans.

Joshua L (ag) wrote: I thought this was actually pretty good. The killer was pretty badass his kills were dope.

Sagar P (mx) wrote: A very light hearted and straight forward movie, Socha Naa Tha might have crashed at the box-office. But it touches hearts in a way that not many movies do. Director Imtiaz Ali has directed a wonderful plot which is very usual in any Indian household. The chemistry between the couple is very naturally presented. I had fallen in love with this movie instantly. The lyrics of the songs may seem vague at first. But they relate and amalgamate to situations so appropriately. The dialogues are very 'day to day'... which contribute that the movie is not out of this world. I would say it is a better movie than Jab We Met, the second movie by Imtiaz Ali.

Monica H (ru) wrote: Great aussie film..Very Funny version of ned kelly.

Vincent T (ca) wrote: Gay... saw it by accident when i was like 15 or something.

Nels W (nl) wrote: I'm not even sure how this movie got made.

Veronica J (kr) wrote: Great Movie! Love wolves!

reel t (mx) wrote: a good movie i think

Jonathan S (de) wrote: Bleak film about rugby and dilapidated relationships.

Edgar C (it) wrote: Make no mistake. Slasher flicks from the 80s were not tame at all, especially if they were made outside the US, a country that has imposed censorship for so many decades throughout the media. This special Canadian cult classic delivers the gory goods, so hunt down the Unrated version and witness a bloody massacre with a twisted twist (pun intended), foggy settings and old-school suspense tactics... A horror era unequaled in its execution. Sure, it has its "rolled-eyes" moments and your typical teen acting (teens suffered a lot in horror flicks :P), but quality is quality.I shall defend cult classics until I die!62/100

Adam W (mx) wrote: Another De Niro/Pacino film and another dud.Don't get me wrong the duo are pretty good on screen with De Niro edging it for me but the script is so dull.Its a basic script that you'd usually see on a T.V. crimeshow that gets wrapped up within an hour but this is nearly 2 hours and bores the shit out of you..

Jenni V (ru) wrote: De Niro as a priest is a total waste.

Hansel H (us) wrote: A film before its time. Following the timeline of actual world events, themes and issues discussed were tactfully balanced and developed in this film. Stephen Herek spared no frame in pulling the audience to love and root for Glenn Holland. Also noteworthy is Richard Dreyfuss's portrayal that naturally evolves with the character growth.

Michael R (us) wrote: This genuinely creepy movie is not worth watching.