This science fiction love story follows the forbidden relationship between a 'low born' boy and a 'high born' girl in an alternate reality where every person's relationships and life worth are determined by their innate "frequencies".
- Category:Action, Horror, Mystery, Romance, Sci-Fi
- Stars:Eleanor Wyld, Lily Laight, Daniel Fraser, Owen Pugh,
- Country:Australia, UK
- Director:Darren Paul Fisher,
- Writer:Darren Paul Fisher
Frequencies is being billed as the world's first Scientific-Philosophical romance. Are human conditions, actions, relationships determined by fate, free will, or a combination of both? At any rate, if it we cannot control it, should we care? . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Frequencies torrent reviews
(au) wrote: Hysterical in any language!
(us) wrote: Based upon a True story. The actors and actresses all played their parts well. There were a couple of places in which it had that "made for TV" aura about it, but it was not overpowering. As for the story and its moral: kids have no business drinking and/or doing drugs. The message was clear without being preachy and the reconciliation at the end of the story was inspiring.
(br) wrote: Talk about shitty timing. Tomorrow is Halloween and today is when I review the 2700th movie that I review on this here site. That fucking sucks. It's not like it would have made a difference one way or the other, I do this for myself and not because anyone out there might read this, but it would have been really cool to do my 2700th review on Halloween, even if it wasn't the film I did watch for Halloween. When I review movies, it's usually the day after I watch them. So while it would have been up on Halloween day, it wouldn't have necessarily been the movie I watched on that actual day. Another thing that bothers me is the fact that my 2700th review on this site is for such a crappy movie. I'm serious, this movie just sucks. There's no other way to put it. Sometimes when I watch 80s slasher movies, I wonder what my reaction would have been like if I was actually watching them at the time they came out. Because, watching them now, I can sort of see them as something else than just terrible movies, I can see the entertainment value in some of its campiness. Whether it's from its bad acting, cheesy gore or any of the other tropes associated with the genre, I can just look at the film and just laugh with it, even if they might not be what I would call good. Which brings us to Lake Dead, this shitty, shitty movie. Part of me wonders if this movie, in 30 years or so, will be seen the same way as I see films like Sleepaway Camp or Stage Fright now. Will people think of this as corny and laugh at it or will they think that it's a terrible movie the way I see it now? And it's not even like this movie is even that recent. This will be ten years old next year. I don't think that's enough time to retrospectively judge this as a corny slasher. Maybe it is for some people, I just think we have to give it some time for that, but I'd like to think that future generations will view this as a terrible movie, no matter when they see it. And why the fuck would they? There's not one iota of fun to be had here, which is key in a cheesy slasher film. It takes itself way too fucking seriously, which is just a big no-no. I'm not saying the film had to wink at me, acknowledging how bad it was, but taking its story and its characters this seriously was a major mistake. Embrace the absurdity of it all and just go all out. Let us as viewers have as much fun as possible, because that's the only way they have a chance, right? They have to be silly and goofy, but they don't want to do that. And I don't know why, I can't assume that they expected that this would have been a major success. They can't have possibly used this as a building block to create a franchise. I just find that impossible to believe, there's just no fucking way. There's some decent enough gore, but nothing to really write home about. If you want gore, watch last week's seventh season premiere of The Walking Dead and you'll get all the gore you want. Don't come looking for it here. The story is uninteresting. I honestly couldn't have cared any less than I did for this story and the people that inhabit this 'world'. Acting is bad, but not entertaining like Tommy Wiseau in The Room. That's pretty much this film's story. It's bad, but it's not bad enough. I'm assuming that doesn't make sense. But it's very simple. It's not bad to the point that it crosses over into the 'enjoyable' territory. I made that point earlier and it's really the biggest takeaway from this. It's bad, but the only way it would have been more entertaining was if it was considerably worse. I think this is the first time, ever, where I wanted a movie to actually be worse. Because, at least, that way I can get something out of it instead of just a shitty and lame slasher. So, yea, this sucked very much and I wouldn't recommend it. The only way I could recommend is if you can get a group of friends together and you all take the piss out of it. That's the ONLY way. Other than that, just stay away from this. Please.
(es) wrote: Normally, when I say that a movie is "really French," that's a good thing. But not quite this time. I was a history minor in college, and I know a little bit about the era being filmed, but not nearly enough to keep up with all the characters depicted. I did eventually catch up and was able to more or less figure out what was going on, so I might have forgiven the assumption that I should know more than I do (I'm sure these people are well-known in France), However, Isabelle Adjani's luminosity in the title role does not quite make up for the lousy direction and the all-too-often total lack of framing. There are plenty of good things about the movie. The costuming is interesting, most of the cast is really high class for a bodice ripper, many of the intrigues and plots are fascinating (unfortunately, others are either overplayed or indecipherable), and I found that by then end, I was not totally angry to have invested nearly 3 hours into the film. But getting through the first hour was painful enough that I really can't recommend the movie or give it more than 3 stars. If you have a serious penchant for historical drama, or just seriously want to see some shots of the lovely Isabelle Adjani naked, then this will most likely be worth your time. Otherwise, it's probably safe to skip.
(ca) wrote: A C-Class movie. no budget to speak off, and no acting talent to follow through..
(gb) wrote: I must have been in the right mood. Though I never seen Isao Numazaki or Cheiko Nakakira before, I found them perfectly charming in this very atypical and early Kurosawa film
(us) wrote: It's part of history, but yikes.
(nl) wrote: De cierta forma es chevere, ver a este personaje aprender y querer ser una nia normal, y las escenas de fina estn bien hechas, el problema es que no me llam la atencin la relacin con su madre y que cambiara de un momento a otro, fue un cambio muy brusco.
(nl) wrote: This is one of the last movies Boris Karloff filmed before he died.Don't tell anyone, but I think it killed him.
(gb) wrote: Fierce Creatures is not as good as A Fish Called Wanda, but I still found it funny.
(mx) wrote: An entertaining, smart and funny animation that doesn't have a very original or imaginative story but is at least deliciously amusing, with some great twists that I never saw coming. It is infinitely better than Despicable Me, with which comparisons seem inevitable.
(au) wrote: A pair of sisters and a pair of their close friends murder their alcoholic mother. This is a really awful film. Not casually awful, but consistently and thoroughly awful. Every performance in this is terrible, including actors like Mira Sorvino and James Russo (incredibly miscast in this film) who are perfectly competent and often talented actors. The structure is bizarre. It feels episodic, but it's clearly not supposed to me. It takes a serious subject and renders it somewhat comedic in its sheer awfulness.
(br) wrote: A great movie - starts out so sugary-sweet you could puke - but develops into a great story, with lots of questions popping up about faith, morality, hypocrisy, happiness, etc - a fun, thought-provoking way to spend an evening.