Escape Captivity: The Movie

Escape Captivity: The Movie


  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:0 minutes
  • Release:2008
  • Language:Japanese
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:sex,   erotica,   softcore,  

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Escape Captivity: The Movie torrent reviews

JeanPaul B (au) wrote: Interesting film on type. If you're in the field I'd recommend it.

Shelby F (es) wrote: i want 2 c this movie so badly like ill die if i dont c this movie

Jayakrishnan R (nl) wrote: 86%Watched this on 19/6/16By far this is the best video game adaptation that I have seen because it has more plot than most of the other adaptations and the fact that it is convoluted made it more intriguing for me. Christophe Gans has directed this movie well and the atmosphere is chilling, so is the cinematography. For once, a game adaptation has got VFX that is truly necessary for it and its not a showdown after showdown of action scenes.

Gavin P (fr) wrote: Documentary on circuit parties - Lots of topless toned and tanned bodies, lots of people chewing their faces off on drugs and alcohol? shows the stereotypical side of the gay scene. An interesting watch, hard to differentiate between my thoughts on the program and my thoughts of the guys who go to these parties to get fu**ed off their faces and put them self at so much risk?.

Billy B (kr) wrote: Complete disaster of a movie, unless you are a brain damaged christian...

Lilian C (au) wrote: Sorry... I might have liked it better if they at least got the characters right. 'Mag' is supposed to have red hair, braces, and glasses- Calvin is supposed to have orange hair. I don't see much similarity between the book characters. Then there's also the fact that Calvin meets Margaret before he's even supposed to- he's supposed to meet her near the 'Haunted Mansion' later on. Then there's also the special effects- they could always be better. Overall, they could have done a better job on making it line up with the book. It's an ok movie.

David F (nl) wrote: To really appreciate this film properly, you would need to be some sort of Shakespeare genius, which I'm not. But even with my limited awareness, the tale of Shakespeare's early life told in a Shakespearean manner really resonated with me in every way. The array of actors that show up is incredible, occasionally just walking into the story halfway through out of nowhere (a callback to Shakespeare) and Tom Stoppard yet again proves he is a genius.If it has any flaws, its that to really appreciate the film properly you need a proper knowledge of certain things beforehand, which would explain the amount of people shouting "It's overrated!", "It shouldn't have won Best Picture!"to which I vehemently disagree.

Vince N (jp) wrote: "Allll riiighttyy then!"~meMr. Finkle: What do you know about Ray Finkle? [Ace sucks in a huge breath of air]Ace Ventura: No sir, I'm just a very big Finkle fan. This is my Graceland.

William H (nl) wrote: We've forgotten how funny these goof-ball movies were, but I can't wait to watch this one again.

Calum F (ag) wrote: Pretty good film that arkham asylum in this film looks just like the arkham games. Recommended

Sal W (au) wrote: 100 times better than "Armageddon."

Brett B (it) wrote: Despite what would appear - on the surface - to be a storyline designed purely to titillate and pander to the male gaze, GIRL HOUSE has a surprising amount of intelligence to go along with the requisite slasher flick carnage. In many ways the movie is a throwback to early 1980s sleaze, but with an added contemporary, technological edge. Additionally, despite the vague "ickiness" of the premise, the movie genuinely has things to say about sexual politics and stalking, and there's a real affection for the horror genre present throughout (several genre classics get name-checked in one way or another, including during the movie's clever climax, which neatly riffs on one classic in particular). The movie, despite its low budget, looks very slick; visually, this is a real film, and it doesn't have the appearance of the Z-grade, direct-to-video schlock it easily could have been in lesser hands. Also, and this can't be overstated, Cobrin and DiMarco's characters (the heroine and her boyfriend) are likable and intelligent, which makes this one of the rare slasher films with characters the audience can actually root for and care about. The movie is flawed, of course (its handling of the killer's psychosis is rather simplistic and very much of the "been there, done that" type of motivation, which is disappointing because the writing in other areas is rather strong), but it is WAY better than it has any right to be. Fans of the genre should find a lot to like here beyond just visceral kills and attractive women in various states of undress.

Edison H (it) wrote: Geniales las canciones, los actores, comica, muy buena.