In the future, America is a dystopian wasteland. The latest scourge is Ma-Ma, a prostitute-turned-drug pusher with a dangerous new drug and aims to take over the city. The only possibility of stopping her is an elite group of urban police called Judges, who combine the duties of judge, jury and executioner to deliver a brutal brand of swift justice. But even the top-ranking Judge, Dredd, discovers that taking down Ma-Ma isn’t as easy as it seems in this explosive adaptation of the hugely popular comic series.

The film talks about the future of the US with the violence, the master street gang. And the Judge is the only force that fights against the crime world. Dredd is the supreme Judge, who is leading the veteran police, and becomes the fear of crime gangs. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Dredd torrent reviews

Tarik Ali F (nl) wrote: Neither very good nor very bad movie of Aamir Khan. I think why Aamir Khan made this movie.

Kris P (de) wrote: Nude Nuns with Big Guns is a highly enjoyable flick (if you're into exploitation films). However, the main problem with this piece of cinema is the audio mixing. I found myself straining to hear throughout eighty-five percent of the movie because everybody seemed to be mumbling their lines. Other than that I found the characters greatly written, along with the plot; and ,though slow in some parts, it's an overall fun little movie. So my final verdict is that if you enjoy these kinds of action/gore nun-sploitation movies then it's a definite rent, just put subtitles on and you'll be fine. Is it good enough for a buy? Not really.

Aaron B (fr) wrote: I liked this movie in spite of itself. It plays like the movie Big Fish, except without the fantastic elements. Broadbent and Firth are as good as you would expect them to be. It is funny without being stupid, but I got a feeling that Anand Tucker is no comedic director.

Khalid M (jp) wrote: Must see. A bit slow, but who cares? When the performances are SO good and a story so original, it hardly matters.

Todd S (it) wrote: True Story Stuff. Tough back then.

Augustine H (nl) wrote: A famous writer was interrogated by a police officer who is his fan for the investigation of a muder case. The officer tries to recall his memory through exhaustive questionings, only to find out that the writer has undergone a shocking journey. Having inspired subsequent films like The Sixth Sense and The Others, Tornatore's A Pure Formality is more of an enlightening exploration of existence and survival, rather than mystery. The difficult beginning does not erode the journey to the bottom of the heart subsequently.

Kevin M W (ca) wrote: Really got a kick out of this moralist Western starring two Irish lads in a cross country chase for blood. The opening sequences are among the best ever filmed treating the sheer terror and adrenaline rush of an out-and-out chase, and are nearly silent the whole time, such is the high action quotient. Lots of beauty nature shots to offset the ugly of man stuff too. Limps a little at the end when its time for the moral but that's okay.