Feast II: Sloppy Seconds

Feast II: Sloppy Seconds

The monsters have made it into a small neighboring town in the middle of nowhere and the locals have to band with the survivors of the bar' slaughter to figure out how to survive.

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Feast II: Sloppy Seconds torrent reviews

John R (de) wrote: I only like this movie was cause of optimus prime rage

Kyle C (ca) wrote: Out of all of the animated movies I have seen, this one hits the bottom of the barrel, which is disappointing since the trailer actually look pretty promising. But after seeing this movie, all of that promise got chucked out the window.The animation is disgusting at times and the characters are beyond bland. And I don't know you can mess up comedy this poorly, since none of the jokes work! NONE OF THEM!Halfway through the movie I was just sitting there thinking "Why am I watching this?" since I didn't care about anything that was happening. The one redeemable quality was some of the jokes with the Rover, who for some reason acts like a dog. I laughed at maybe one joke with him in it. ONE. Planet 51. Hopefully this movie will disappear into the cosmos.1/10 Awful

Justin T (br) wrote: A movie with some identity issues but overall enjoyable.

Private U (ag) wrote: So quiet and slow that you'd think the director is trying to bore you and make you look away, but I found myself drawn into this bleak tale of hope and humanity. The dunes of Maranhao is a haunting back drop that's almost another character of the story. Best watched alone, soberly, in silence

Tiuri E (ru) wrote: Lovely and really well-made romcom

James W (ca) wrote: A perfect, epic film. I love the cinematography and the subtle themes against communist China. It is a very sad film as well.

Mark R (gb) wrote: Sellers is great in showing how Marx was right on when he said $ was the reason behind everything people do. Slow start but gets pretty smart.

Ralph R (ag) wrote: I'll eat an Irish grape farmer's Scottish terrier before I watch this eggnog-o-rama.

Karen M (jp) wrote: Saw this movie for the second time now. Even better than the first! I love Lana Turner, James Stewart, Judy Garland, and Hedy Lamarr. Everyone of them were so young in this early movie. Fantastic sets in this beautiful film!

Gemma M (ru) wrote: This looses half a star for Kevin Bacon's awful accent. I couldn't figure out for most of the film if it was meant to be Australian, South African or English it was only when he referred to himself as a Brit I was sure!

Nick W (ag) wrote: I enjoyed this. The ending was expected nail it wasn't. I think both Carrey and Ewan sucked me in to it. I had to go and check if it was based on a true story at the end.

Tim C (mx) wrote: The characters of Jay & Silent Bob were played out at least 2 or 3 films ago, but I'm still kinda curious.

Paul J (jp) wrote: Kubrick's films never shy away from looking at the weaknesses of humanity. Vanity, faults and egomania are explored with great irony. Paths of Glory is no exception (even the title is ironic!) Tragic absurdity and military logic are in equal balance throughout the story. One half is in the trenches, the other half is in the courtroom. Both are equally disturbing. (For the epic assault, they even filmed on the terrain amidst real WWI trenches). Kubrick made such a powerful indictment of military arrogance that the French government managed to have it banned for two decades in both France and Switzerland. It's simply one of the finest anti-war films ever made. When asked what he was most proud of, the fact that it catapulted his career, or that he made money out of it or that it received the best reviews of his career, he responded, "The greatest virtue of the film is that I met my wife."

Paula K (es) wrote: This could have been an outrageously silly and embarassing film (and I was squirming at certain points) but it was quite the film about a man's life work. Which has to do with penises.