Demon of Paradise

Demon of Paradise

Hunters become the hunted when illegal dynamite disturbs the ageold slumber of a carnivorous lizardman. Resort owner Angela, joins forces with Sheriff Keefer to save tourists from the beast's path of death.

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Demon of Paradise torrent reviews

Jeremy C (br) wrote: I do think that Trevor Jackson,Coco Jones,and Tyler James Williams were good. But one of the only things i liked about this film. GRADE:C+

Michael E (de) wrote: -While I do find it distracting that this film is done prior to JL Doom but is done in the same art style, and how they didn't get the original VAs like they did their, it doesn't mean its bad in fact the film is great. I've always been fascinated with the parallel earth theory where one decision can make one parallel earth and thus thousands are made, and I love the idea of alternate dimension super-heroes having super-villain counterparts. The animation and action looks just fantastic, the plot is very well done, and while I don't think these TV actors are as good as say Kevin Conroy or George Newbern, they are still decent, all except for one, James Woods (Hades in Hercules) as Owlman. Not only Does Woods make the role his own, but he makes him creepy, calm, badass, manipulative, and just someone who doesn't give a shit on who he kills or what he says, and it's one of the best villain performances I've seen in a film. I'd definiteyl say the film is worth a watch if your a DC comic fan or a superhero fan in general. It's better than half the Live action shit DCs pushed out in the last few years that's for sure *coughDarkKnightRises*

Victor M (jp) wrote: I got pretty surprised with this film. My son found the original DVD as a bargain in a supermarket. It was a good buying. The story and the actor's performance was satisfying. Harrelson ok as the nave American, Eduardo Noriega the Spanish actor from "Abre los Ojos" ("Vanilla Sky" in the minor Tom Cruise's version) was correct as this kind of educated "drug mule". And Emily Mortimer was OK too. Extra mention for the Siberian landscapes shown in the film.

MEC r (it) wrote: This movie had potential, but fell through the cracks. To bad.

Mara B (gb) wrote: Based on a true story, this movie is about a 10 year old girl who is injured in an accident and then befriends and helps rehabilitate a crippled horse, which in turn helps her own recovery. A good family movie.

Logan T (ru) wrote: A poor villain aside,First Contact is easily the best Next Gen movie,and I'd recommend it for fans and newcomers alike of Star Trek

Luis C (fr) wrote: Sem Teto, Nem Lei utiliza um estrutura de falso documentrio e flasbacks para contar a histria de uma garota que vivia na rua. O filme traz uma tima direo de Agns Varda e uma boa atuao naturalista de Sandrine Bonnaire.

Brad G (us) wrote: Like many forced epics of the era, Shout At The Devil is overlong and wildly uneven in tone...however, one cannot help but be swept away in the brilliantly bizarre pairing of Lee Marvin and Roger Moore. The first half of the film is mostly goofy poacher hijinks mixed with a little annoying Hun violence, but as The Great War looms and eventually explodes Marvin and Moore find themselves embroiled in a devastating conflict. Not too many laughs...Not VF.

Eric H (de) wrote: If anyone is remotely interested in becoming a film actor then they have to watch this film. Jack Nicholson is the very definition of presence and control.The film itself is a gem of 70's Hollywood but doesn't quite stand up to the decades later films - it's message seems rather clumsily put across and the script has a few pacing issues. However these factors should not be enough to put you off a fantastic work and a great period piece. Even the most cynical viewer has to sit through it at least until the 'diner scene' and get your notepad out 'cos Jack gives you a lesson.

Jason K (gb) wrote: A Fun and "Robotic" Animated adventure!