In the year 10,191, the world is at war for control of the desert planet Dune – the only place where the time-travel substance 'Spice' can be found. But when one leader gives up control, it's only so he can stage a coup with some unsavory characters.
In the year 10191, a spice called melange is the most valuable substance known in the universe, and its only source is the desert planet Arrakis. When a duke and his family are sent by the Emperor, his son leads desert warriors against the galactic emperor and his father's evil nemesis when they assassinate him and free their desert world from the emperor's rule. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Dune torrent reviews
(au) wrote: Victor Crowley is back. Picking up from where the first film left off, Marybeth went to Reverend Zombie for help and a group of hunters were called for to go back to the marsh and bring back Victor's head. Well, certainly gorier than the first film but it wasn't funny at all this time around. Parry Shen was annoying as hell, why did they get him back? A lot of nice cameos but there lacked a solid plot. Though it deserves credits for trying.
(mx) wrote: Below average action. passes time.
(fr) wrote: There is very little tying the story together. You are asked to buy into a vague plot without a significant payoff as the film progresses. However, there are a few moments where the actors are able to produce something very real, albeit quite random. Those moments are increasingly rare in today's films, and I reward them with a higher rating than most people would.
(ru) wrote: This is the first Alejandro Gonzlez Irritu film I have seen. And itcertainly wont be the last. He meticulously weaves several charactersand plots together in this crime thriller. There aren't many people whoare able to direct a film like this. The story isn't completely fresh,but the way it's put together and the execution is brilliant.Irritu put together a magnificent cast led by Naomi Watts, Sean Penn,and Benicio Del Toro. It was nominated for two academy awards and verywell could have been nominated for 5 or 6. Watts gives another heartbreaking performance and Del Toro is once again fantastic. It's thescenes in this film without any dialogue that stick with me the most.The emotion or lack of emotion on the faces of the actors isunparalleled. With Watts in particular she is given several moments toshow her true acting chops and give us one of the best performances ofthe decade, in my opinion.The plot is a bit confusing at first but Irritu sucks you in witheach scene. There really aren't any long scenes which is one of thereasons it's impossible to step away from the film. It's a real crimethriller, but it also gives us a look at people dealing with truedespair and how hard it is to instill hope again. Watts is involved ina tragedy, and subsequently Penn has begrudgingly benefited by thistragedy, all caused by Del Toro. But the great part about this film isthat each character you grow to care about even at their worst moments.Irritu gives us a good and bad side to each of the main characters.Irritu truly breaks ground with this film but in the end it's almosttoo sad to ever watch again. His intentions are not to depress theviewer but to give us a different perspective. 21 Grams is amasterpiece of a film, but it's hardly re-watchable.+Watts is gut-wrenchingly good +Del Toro's torn character +Refreshing take on the plot twisted crime thriller +Irritu's perfect execution+Plots weave together nicely...-...But it does take awhile -Impossible to watch again 9.2/10
(it) wrote: Really uneven....people feel fondly about this comedy years removed from when they first saw it and though it was overrated.
(kr) wrote: Documentaire en forme de fiction sur le New-York underground de la fin des 60's, Ciao Manhattan passe en fait un peu a cote de son vrai sujet: Edie Sedgwick
(it) wrote: Vincent Price returns for another psychedelic-horror freakout as the Dr. Phibes, who has returned from artificial slumber to uncover the means to bring his dead wife back to life. Like its predecessor, The Abominable Dr. Phibes, Dr. Phibes Rises Again almost becomes brilliant at certain moments. At times, the filmmakers construct a truly original, bizarre, and perfectly crafted mise-en-scene that both participates in the psychedelic art of the '60s while also using its surrealistic imagery to plunge the viewer into the depths of Dr. Phibes's twisted psyche, a psyche warped by both genius and sorrow. Cheesy at times, Dr. Phibes Rises Again still stands the test of time as one of Vincent Price's great films.
(us) wrote: This too is my all time best...
(mx) wrote: Promising cast but struggled to retain interest, the payoff is almost worth the effort.
(jp) wrote: A change of pace for the third film as we move outta urban settings and weapons/laboratory facility type settings for the open desert. Yep Resi Evil goes for the 'Mad Max' look complete with heavily armoured vehicles including the good old petrol tanker, you just can't go wrong with a tanker in your desert based fantasy flick.The image of Alice being more of a elemental/supernatural type superhero is enforced more in this new film after we learned how badass she was in number two. A motley band of survivors once again are in deep doo doo being attacked by hundreds of ravenous crows (crows in the Mojave desert?), until Alice pops up and saves the day by scorching all the crows to a fiery death with the mind powers she learnt from Professor X.The plot is just like all the other films, a small group of survivors in a different setting, getting taken down one by one, until only Alice and maybe two others remain for the next sequel (where those two normally get killed off early on). I quite liked the idea of Alice roaming the Southwestern US outback looking for supplies and survivors but stumbling across crazy killers that like to watch people get eaten by zombie dogs. You could totally see that happening in the US with all those religious nut jobs over there, real 'Texas Chainsaw Massacre' type folk in the sticks over there.On the subject of zombie dogs, why are they always rottweilers? what has happened to every other type of dog? is there some kind of special sale on zombie rottweilers?? cos they are everywhere!Actually this film felt somewhat muted and not as action packed if you can believe that. Looking back over all of the films this one definitely has a slightly slower pace, less interesting characters and less action...apart from the usual mass of gunshots to zombie heads. On the other hand the visuals seem more realistic (deserts always seem to look good on film) and the zombies look good, grittier. The sequence where the main bad scientist guy tries to domesticate a captured zombie harks back to the classic 'Return of the Living Dead' zombie franchise (third film), nice touch.Despite a more straight tone as it were, this film does suffer from not being quite the ballistic overdrive of action the rest are. It almost doesn't quite fit within the franchise really but I liked the fresh location. The whole film does feel a little bit of an anti climax though, the finale with the mutated creature sums that up pretty well, but as usual the setup for the next sequel intrigues.
(mx) wrote: Capable if generic heist piece, showcasing the stars charisma more than anything else.