Dark Skies

Dark Skies

From the producers of Paranormal Activity, Insidious, and Sinister comes Dark Skies: a supernatural thriller that follows a young family living in the suburbs. As husband and wife Daniel and Lacey Barret witness an escalating series of disturbing events involving their family, their safe and peaceful home quickly unravels. When it becomes clear that the Barret family is being targeted by an unimaginably terrifying and deadly force, Daniel and Lacey take matters in their own hands to solve the mystery of what is after their family.

Daniel Barret lives a peaceful life with his wife and his son in a suburb house. Oneday, a invisible and scary force break into his house and cause a series of disturbing events, directly threaten whole family’s lives. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Dark Skies torrent reviews

Darren C (ag) wrote: great young english movie

MF J (de) wrote: Gregg Araki keeps on directing odd films about teenagers and aliens. This new film is dope and completely crazy but awesome to watch if you like underground cinema.

Gregory W (fr) wrote: not too bad comedy/drama from merchant/ivory.

Michelle M (it) wrote: I really enjoyed this film, I have seen it multiple times. It is a good story and quite informative.

Brittany C (it) wrote: Only 14%? So 86% of reviewers don't have a soul!

Grant S (ca) wrote: An elderly couple head to Tokyo to spend a few days with their children and grandchildren. While their children are initially glad to see them, and the parents are models of patience and pleasantness, the novelty wears off pretty quickly for the children and they soon view the parents as a hindrance more than anything else. Then an event highlights the divide between the two generations...Engaging and emotional drama from famed Japanese director Yasujiro Ozu. It wasn't always looking like it was going to be that great though. While always engaging, the pace is very slow at the beginning. The first 60% or so is all scene-setting - Act 1 essentially. Things ramp up once the aforementioned event occurs, and this makes the wait worth while.Quite emotional, ultimately, and quite balanced in its views. It looked like it was going to be fairly judgmental in its observations, but the final few scenes add a different perspective. Having a character that was able to see both sides of the issue helped a lot.Not quite the masterpiece it is made out to be, but very good nevertheless.

Matt H (es) wrote: First off, Rita Hayworth is very, very beautiful. Shocking, yes, I know. She is also very talented at singing and dancing. The story is pretty ridiculous, but it's also enjoyable in that old school everything-is-allright sort of way classic movies like this project often. Astaire and Hayworth don't really dance much together in the film; when they do it's pretty fantastic, but none of the songs themselves stand out to me. There's a few good little moments of humor as well. More light, fluffy fun from Astaire.

Margarita S (kr) wrote: I really liked how this movie captured a time period and battle tactics. Russell Crowe (Capt.) and Paul Bettany (Dr.) had great chemistry and their scenes together were the most enjoyable part of this movie. Overall, it's a very simple storyline without much depth, but it did look good and the acting was solid.

Beth C (ca) wrote: Great movie, tackles subject of war and pacifism.

Tom F (it) wrote: While this Direct-to-DVD title suffers from some unfortunately stupid budgetary failings, overall I found it to be a fairly entertaining espionage flick. John Cusack and Malin Akerman work well together, though I could watch Cusack in nearly anything and come away happy.

Tommaso D (de) wrote: What We Do in the Shadows is undoubtedly an original movie, but its freshness and its fits of good moments couldn't make up for a rather flat screenplay and a questionable direction fro Jemaine Clement and Taika Waititi.