Empire of the Ants

Empire of the Ants

Sleazy scam artist Joan Collins tries to sell phony real estate deals down in the Florida everglades. What she and her unsuspecting buyers don't know is the area has been taken over by giant ants!

The film follows a con artist named Joan Collins, who is trying to sell phony real estate in the Florida everglades. Unfortunately, she and her unsuspecting clients are unaware of potential threat from the giant ants lying behind the surface. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Empire of the Ants torrent reviews

Alexandro O (mx) wrote: The story unravels sharply and greatfuly

TMS S (nl) wrote: Enjoyed the plot and the twist...

Russell B (it) wrote: A shabby and transparent propaganda film.

Jackson S (gb) wrote: Not as good as the original but this is probably the best direct to DVD sequel they've made

Kurt M (kr) wrote: A mildly entertaining film based on the classic television series that unfortunately is overwhelmed by excessive special effects and a weak plot unable to rise above the mediocre storyline. The ending may surprise you, and fans of Ray Walston (who created the role of Uncle Martin) has an amusing cameo role in the film.

Jens M (ru) wrote: my favorite documentary... or whatever it is. Somehow defies all categorization, and maybe thus manages to appear fresh and open to new readings, however defined by its particular time and places

Nicolas A (nl) wrote: There is not much special about this movie, originallity is hard to find and it has a typical western story but still, it has that attractivness that all spaghetti westerns have and I enjoyed every minute of this film!

Andrew M (fr) wrote: Grown Ups is an amazing comedy movie. It brings all the classic funny actors. (Adam Sandler, Kevin James, Chris Rock, David Spade, and Rob Schneider) This movie is perfect for your family even though it's rated PG-13 for some sexual content and some bad language. However, this movie is great overall and I would very much suggest you see it.

Anders A (it) wrote: Cheesed up satire of sci-fi and nevertheless totally mockery of the american citizens. Guessing Burton made this, being totally aware of that nobody was gonna take it serious, he creates some different angels towards the mass-produced alien-invasions and alien-obductions. It reeks of parody towards the gone-wrong society as the destructive aliens, blasting it away laughing.

Alexandre C (gb) wrote: "Do you want my help? Tell me what to say but don't tell me what to say." To that, the best line in the movie, I say, "it's not funny." I wish I could wipe this one clean with Windex.

Mark K (jp) wrote: Surprisingly fantastic.

Tess Y (au) wrote: Love the concept and weird humor. Interestingly entertaining.

Jason M (es) wrote: I must admit, I was intrigued with the premise of this movie. I wanted it to work. However, it fell flat and far short of expectations. It's the type of film that makes one wonder, "why was this produced?" Was it to provide a device for star Lauren Cohan to branch off her star power from The Walking Dead television series? Was it produced to titillate adolescent boys so that she becomes the next Hollywood sex symbol or popular Maxim girl? Was it to produce a horror film? Was it to produce a teen slasher flick? If it were any of these reasons, they definitely all fell far short of expectations.The premise of the film could have been utilized more effectively. However, the first 3/4 of the film just dragged on and on and did not lead anywhere. Then all of a sudden, there was a burst of plot and action with new characters all within the last 20 minutes! It did not come together nicely.Brahms ain't no Michael Myers, Jason Vorhees or Freddy Kruger. Not even close. In fact, as the final burst of action of the last act occurred, I found myself pleasantly surprised with the feeling that the film was coming to a close. I feel cheated that I had waited with baited breath for some time to see this film, hopeful that it would be a revival of the "scary doll" horror genre.