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Earthstorm torrent reviews

Carlos M (ru) wrote: With one of the most beautiful scores of the year, this is a powerful and deeply melancholy anti-war story that uses a long-unresolved conflict to show us how two good, three-dimensional men could have been friends in different circumstances hadn't they been caught on opposite sides of a war.

joshua b (us) wrote: All Together Now is a companion making-of documentary detailing the creation of the Beatles-inspired Cirque Du Soleil production, Love. Wisely, it touches on all aspects of the show, showcasing the bravery, anxiety, and stunning athleticism of the dancers, but also taking a look further back, to Cirque founder Guy Laliberte's friendship with George Harrison, the conception Love, and the pitfalls and triumphs of bringing the show to life, including scenes featuring Yoko Ono and Olivia Harrison. The film is probably more compelling for those who have already seen the performance in its Las Vegas home at the Mirage, but it will certainly appeal to Beatles die-hards as well. All Together Now acts as a nice bonus feature to the Beatles/Cirque Du Soleil experience.

Fawn O (br) wrote: Behind every courageous, chivalrous, and noble; dragon-slaying, damsel-in-distress saving, knight in shining armor (James Franco) is a lazy, crude, good-for-nothing, pot-smoking, rapscallion of a brother (Danny McBride); whom he must endure on a dangerous quest to save his buxom, not to mention corseted, bride-to-be (Zooey Deschanel) from a salacious evil wizard (Justin Theroux); with the help of a feisty, Xena-type sex symb- I mean, warrior (Natalie Portman), of course. Okay, so this isn't exactly a humdinger of a premise for a sword and sorcery farce, but it will suffice, I guess... as soft-core pornography for prepubescent boys, perhaps! One may have to fancy James Franco, Danny McBride, Zooey Deschanel, and Natalie Portman an inordinate amount in order to withstand, let alone appreciate, an entire hour and forty minutes of cheap British accents, obtuse storytelling, sexually charged delinquency, and recycled antediluvian humor because I am uncertain what these people were thinking when they agreed to be a part of this David Gordon Green calamity (although he has done better stoner comedies in the past: hence, Pineapple Express). Franco's character was simply unremarkable; Portman and Deschanel were given especially horrendous roles as two very different, yet equally vapid, women; and do not get me started on the embarrassingly witless supporting characters and extras, but given McBride co-wrote the, um, "script", why couldn't he construct a less pathetic part for himself? As terribly daft as this film may be, and normally I'd be far more critical of a film chock-full of bare breasts, penis jokes, and other such raunchy humor, it is amazing to witness Oscar-winning actors -- especially ones with as much clout as Portman -- clearly enjoying themselves and the, somewhat endearing, juvenile flare this romp has to offer. Well, amazing in the way intelligent people manage to knowingly engage in exceptionally unintelligible things while not completely destroying my respect for them. Also: consider the film's substantial absurdity (that is, where hostile little people, unfaithful knights, a well hung Minotaur, a pedophile wizard, sexy warriors in thongs, and the liberal use of f-bombs are concerned); even if it's merely immature nostalgia, it does carry a certain magnetism; and, whether you admit to it or not, this actually manages to induce some hearty laughs. Seriously, there are some decent idioms and allusions midst the relentless lack of sophistication. ("Oh god! It was a trap!" White people, I knew it!" "White people?" "Are they nice or are they mean?" "--They're mean!") Still, as with any junk food, one ought to take these sorts of films in moderation, as it's just silly enough to be entertaining, but I only recommend a single glance because every joke expires. [D-] -- 37%

Private U (es) wrote: Such a visually shocking film; the lack of dialogue creates a certain tension and pain that linger throughout. As the past and the present mingle with fantasy, we are forced to consider how thin the line between reality and dreams truly are.

Julio G (au) wrote: A bunch of stars in a movie does not guarantee a hit, or even a good movie. And Vince Vaughn should really consider having this movie buried next to those ET video games in the desert.

Brian F (it) wrote: Why movie has no closed captain? NO FAIR! Because I am deaf as I cannot hear sound and I cannot read them lip. :(

Sarah S (fr) wrote: Jason is soo damn sexy!...hes such a funny and terrific actor...funny when hes not a bad guy..which is most of the time..and i think thats why i like this one so much...that and its soooo sweet!

Jim M (br) wrote: Pleasently surprised (translation, I thought this would be total crap). Sci-Fi flick that tries to dish up some interesting ideas about aliens and life on Earth. Unfortunatly several sterotypical characters (ie the soldiers are all trigger happy) and an unneeded plot involving the Chinese bog this down (seriously, Alien object that can destroy all life on Earth as is impervious to all our weapons, at this point are the Chinese or anyone else really on the threat radar anymore?). No real stand out acting, though it does have Brian Thompson (a personal favorite of mine) as a Ranger Captine Still if you like sci-fi check it out, anyone else would probably do better to avoid this.

Dean W (br) wrote: A great comedy that involves John Goodman preparing for his rendition of "People Like Us". Full of other peoples versions of their songs off the cd "True Stories" except for a video of "Love For Sale" with Swoozie Kurtz's commentary. Byrne got top notch performances from Spalding Gray, Goodman, Kurtz and ..."himself". Good for multiple viewings.

Ronda G (mx) wrote: I wanted to be a witch after seeing this movie.

Scarlett B (ru) wrote: actually fell asleep while watching this in my lecture. not shampoo just poo

shaun c (us) wrote: the comedy antics of the the two central characters is reason enough to stay away from this cinematic piece of tripe. And once again it proves that Lugosi should have quit while he was ahead during Dracula. The locations do give it an exotic feel, even the natives are mostly Caucasian.

Joshua R (au) wrote: Another good Noir. The pacing for this one is pretty unusual. One character died much quicker than I was expecting with another lasting much longer than I thought. Has a pretty good femme fatale .

Fong K (us) wrote: Intercutting scenes from a fond romantic past and the marriage at the brink of sudden brutal death, Derek Cianfrance attempts to dissect an achingly complex relationship to understand his own parents' breakup. And, Michelle Williams and Ryan Gosling deliver magnificent performances that simply rip hearts.

Ric R (es) wrote: Anything with Meg Ryan in it automatically gets 5 stars!!

DanielandAsia W (de) wrote: very quiet, restrained film; great performances by the two girls. worth seeing, makes you think about the human toll that this war is taking.

Marleen H (jp) wrote: I recommend this movie! Prayers are powerful!