The film opens with a baby dinoshark swimming away from a broken chunk of Arctic glacier that calved due to global warming. Three years later, the dinoshark is a ferocious predatory adult and kills tourists and locals offshore from Puerto Vallarta, Mexico. The protagonist, Trace, is first to notice the Dinoshark and witnesses his friend get eaten, but has trouble convincing people that a creature of such antiquity is still alive and eating people.
- Stars:Eric Balfour, Iva Hasperger, Aarón Díaz, Dan Golden, Humberto Busto, Guillermo Iván, Roger Corman, Christina Nicole, Richard Miller, Liv Boughn, Robert Roussel, Gary J. Tunnicliffe, Erika Zinser, Cindy Mazer, Sara Kova,
- Director:Kevin O'Neill,
- Writer:Frances Doel, Guy Prevost, Porter Fox (additional dialogue by)
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Dinoshark torrent reviews
(ca) wrote: i was surprised..this was pretty good and funny.
(mx) wrote: I-I-I I Loved it!!!!!!!!!!!!
(gb) wrote: they day I watch this, is the day I die inside.
(ca) wrote: Be prepared to cry non-stop.
(mx) wrote: Before you get your hopes up that "Blue Streak" might be a movie about a classic wooden rollercoaster, let me clarify that it is not. It is a buddy cop comedy starring Martin Lawrence. So... absolutely nothing like a classic rollercoaster. The plot is actually rather clever as it forces a jewel thief to infiltrate a police station in order to recover a hidden diamond that he stashed in the ventilation shaft while the building was under construction. The execution of this clever plot is exactly what you'd expect from a Martin Lawrence comedy. It isn't worthy of any awards but it delivers a few laughs when you need them. The chemistry between Lawrence and Luke Wilson is unique since they are partners and enemies at the same time (without Wilson being aware). The rest of the cast doesn't offer much, particularly Dave Chappelle. While his character necessitates an annoying performance, I found myself distracted during his scenes because I could not wait for him to go away. My biggest disappointment with the film is that none of the characters have a transformation. The resolution of the story is a bit of a stretch but gets the job done while the action makes up for the shortcomings in the film's script. "Blue Streak" is good for a few laughs but I'd recommend rewatching an early 90's Adam Sandler comedy if you're looking for mindless entertainment.
(mx) wrote: the underhanded world of cops and thenthere are the crimina;s
(ru) wrote: A coming-of-age tale with quiet poignancy, delicate pacing and careful storytelling. It examines the inevitability of rifts in relationships as time passes, told through the friendship of two underachievers who slowly drift towards different lifestyles. Takeshi Kitano is a masterful filmmaker. This is not one of his best films, but it is perfectly fitting of his oeuvre. Nostalgia and regret in balanced mix. I love the ending.
(kr) wrote: I loved this movie. I've been trying to find it on DVD and I can't find it anywhere.
(nl) wrote: Excellent pulp noir with a great cast - Sterling Hayden, Charles Bronson, Timothy Carey, solid low-budget direction, and a lean script.
(es) wrote: I wish everybody who wants to ban gay marriages saw this movie. I laughed and cried. Such a sweet movie about love - on many different levels. We all need love and the more there is the better.P.S.Russel is cute!P.P.S. Notice the shirts they are wearing:-)