Dead End Drive-In

Dead End Drive-In

In the near future, drive-in theatres are turned into concentration camps for the undesirable and unemployed. The prisoners don't really care to escape because they are fed and they have a place to live which is, in most cases, probably better than the outside. Crabs and his girlfriend Carmen are put into the camp and all Crabs wants to do is escape.

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Dead End Drive-In torrent reviews

Alex C (gb) wrote: Incredibly interesting documentary that explores the roles of casting directors specifically Marion Dougherty and their role in the industry. Marion got many of the stars started, making this an especially interesting movie for movie buffs.

Nick A (ru) wrote: Rango's allusions to the legendary figures and features of its predominant narrative genre lather its already thrilling entertainment with inspiring depth to produce a classic whole -- one that is among the most enjoyable films of 2011 and arguably the best non-Pixar computer-animated movie ever. It doesn't hurt that it's also one of the most gorgeously textured films in memory.

Frankie D (ca) wrote: I loved this movie, but probably because I loved the book. :)

Darryll H (nl) wrote: a great sequal to house on haunted hill witch i also enjoyed, this movie is alot better though with more scares, gore and sexy girls, now this movie is no masterpiece, but it was loads of fun and has enough fucked up shit to keep most horror fans happy, i highly recommend

Brice B (es) wrote: Un peu bizarre ce film. Pas vraiment d'histoire, juste un enchainement de sketches loufoques, a prendre au 2e degre.Marion Cotillard et Melanie Laurent sont magnifiques.

Coralie R (de) wrote: Peter Greenaway is a brilliant director, his movies have his signature style all over them. Nightwatching is also made with the same Greenaway style, but it just didn't pack the same punch as Prospero's Books or The Cook, The Thief, His Wife and her Lover. The acting and the sets make Nightwatching feel like you are watching a play, which isn't a bad thing, but the movie feels drawn out, it could have been a little shorter. Nightwatching is for Greenaway fans, if you haven't seen his work before then start with The Cook.

Jhary O (ag) wrote: When you think of a train wreck this movie is the epitome of knowing I should have the good sense to look away, but I just cant! The story was strewn together without even an attempt at coherency. The acting was ... well... bad. It almost had a plot, but it was muddied with poorly shot softcore porn and hooribly interwoven scenes with nothing to do with each other. I think I just kept watching because ... no I have no idea why I kept watching it...damn. ACTING = ** STORY = * PLOT = ** EFFECTS = ** OVERALL = ** * = YOU DIDNT EVEN TRY - SUCKTASTIC - HATED IT ** = YOU TRIED, BUT DIDNT QUITE MAKE IT - DIDNT LIKE IT *** = AVERAGE - TOLERATED IT **** = GOOD JOB! YOU REALLY TRIED! - I LIKED IT ***** = YOU ARE FREAKIN' AWESOME! - I LOVED IT

Grant H (jp) wrote: Great movie. Hilarious, the story is pretty clich (C), but it's still got plenty of clever jokes, awesome music, and great performances from its whole cast.

m m (it) wrote: This is a very dark but brilliant film. I felt like shit after watching it...

Ian W (es) wrote: Honestly...Just good plain, stupid fun...Definately give it a rental

nowak n (it) wrote: Bardzo dobry. Po angielsku 'Heat'? A to ci!

Adam L D (us) wrote: Enjoyable romp, one of my fav's with Goldie and Steve dueling in a comic battle of liars and cheats! funny and romantic full of wild situations, but loads of fun

drain b (ru) wrote: highly entertaining.all thumbs up

Michael H (jp) wrote: Gorgeous cinematography, lighting, and visual composition. Lovely light jazz score. A poetic movie that would have probably been more effective if it hadn't seemed to be ... striving ... so ... hard ... to be poetic.

Arpad B (nl) wrote: Continuity errors, mainly the fact that Rumpelstiltskin was completely changed from the one in Shrek 3.