Devilman Volume 3: Devilman Apocalypse

Devilman Volume 3: Devilman Apocalypse

Fear runs rampant throughout Tokyo with the revelation that demons in fact exist amongst us. Paranoia and the darker side of humanity boils onto the streets as people turn on one another, ...

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Devilman Volume 3: Devilman Apocalypse torrent reviews

Paul A (ag) wrote: This was a cool movie I enjoyed it, it had a good amount of suspense and I thought the ending was good, worth watching if your in the mood for a thriller.

Rob M (nl) wrote: Bad performances, awful screenplay, the worst direction. Bad waste of big production. Bad movie.

Markus T (it) wrote: There really isn't much to be said about this movie, it's bland in every way. The acting is fine, and there are some awesome Hulk moments, but it's not enough to keep you entertained throughout the whole movie. The CGI is really bad, and there are moments when you're not really sure if you're watching a video game or a movie. Does this movie even have a soundtrack?Will you be able to sit through this? Probably. But you will never have to watch it again.

Erica R (gb) wrote: A Redux movie with all the characters acted by typecasts actors. Poor Jason Gedrick played the same person he always does. It was predictable but enjoyeable.

Brandon V (es) wrote: By being a somewhat manipulative, paint-by-the-numbers sports film, hitting all the same notes you've ever seen one hit, it's difficult to stand out, but possible. "We Are Marshall" manages to be so completely emotionally effective within its formula that I still don't understand it.

Ian F (us) wrote: I don't know what to say about this... critically I mean. I needed a drink after and talked A LOT about how fucked up it is but that's all I can really say critically...This movie is fucked up!

Josep P (fr) wrote: Michael Collins [1996]

Luis G (ca) wrote: Peck's character is too much of a bumbling fool and the chemistry between the two leads seems forced and not credible. It's exciting and interesting at times.

Jennifer O (ag) wrote: Not as entertaining as the first movie, but most sequels aren't as good as the original. It was fun to watch the wolf sing and dance though.

Shawn W (ru) wrote: Second film for the Coen brothers put them on the map. Here a career small-time criminal steals a baby with his wife when they find out they cannot have kids of their own. Often amusing film works with good characters.

Graham P (ru) wrote: The film was NOT filmed on the site if the actual battle, but on a farm called "Hindenburg" a few miles from Babanango village. I was there - as a "Redcoat" and spent 6 weeks on the set while much of the second sequence (the start of the campaign from Rorke's Drift) was filmed. Huge fun, and got to meet (and drink lots of beer with) Denholm Elliot, Bob Hoskins, Simon Ward, Dai Bradley and several other well-known actors. The film had lots of promise, but is full of historical inaccuracies - some intended, obviously for dramatic effect. It fails to really convey the significance of this battle and lacks dramatic pace for much of the time. But it's worth watching.

Skyler B (gb) wrote: BEST. MOVIE.* EVER.** *Woody Allen movie **to feature Gene Wilder

Brian R (br) wrote: Well I took this film seriously and it's a nice effort from Robert Altman. I don't think this is a film everyone would like but I enjoyed the picture, it has some creepy moments, its funny, and it's perverted. The best scene is when Sandy Dennis's character goes to some doctors office to see if she's pregnant and she's waiting at the waiting rooom and Altman uses his overlapping/people talking outside from a window trademarks and its a great little scene because I felt a taste of reality hearing mature women talk about men and sexual fantasies.

Martin T (es) wrote: Unsettling stuff. Unfortunately several factors make it tough to understand what's being said a lot of the time.

Jayden C (us) wrote: really not interested

Cody C (es) wrote: Brutal fucking movie. If you like Martin Scorsese, you'll probably like this. It's very clear he saw and loved this. Richard Harris' performance is phenomenal. Just as good as DeNiro in Raging Bull, if not better. And I'd say this is probably the best (and darkest) sports movie ever.