Garbage Warrior

Garbage Warrior

Garbage Warrior is a feature-length documentary film telling the epic story of maverick US architect Michael Reynolds and his fight to introduce radically sustainable housing. An extraordinary tale of triumph over bureaucracy, Garbage Warrior is above all an intimate portrait of an extraordinary individual and his dream of changing the world. Written by The Works International

Imagine a home that heats itself, that provides its own water, hat grows its own food. Imagine that it needs no expensive technology, that it recycles its own waste, that it has its own ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Garbage Warrior torrent reviews

Jay B (mx) wrote: A stolen premise with a cheap look.

Max M (ca) wrote: As a made for TV Syfy original, Dinoshark is probably one of the very few better ones out there and while as it's supposed to be a B-movie produced by B-movie king himself Roger Corman. Basically the plot of Dinoshark is about a prehistoric creature who is brought from the Antarctic and goes and wreaks havoc in Mexico and kills everyone off one by one just like a monster movie should do. Overall Dinoshark is a fun entertainingly decent B-movie and have some decent special effects and some alright acting. But Dinoshark while it's still a decent film it could have been better and hey it's better than the other syfy originals out there.

Jeff R (ag) wrote: all I can say it's really stupid but fun.

David S (es) wrote: Lance Weiler, director of the cult classic "The Last Broadcast", wrote and directed this little gem that's a surprisingly accomplished work considering its *very* low budget. The narrative is admittedly derivative of other works ("The Machinist" and "The Tenant" spring to mind) but regardless it's still well constructed with a strong sense of mystery and a conclusion that makes sense of all its more surreal and ambiguous moments - no threads are left hanging, resulting in a very tight and focused feature. The acting it admittedly weak as Weiler had to use whatever actors willing to work for, well, nothing, but they are still efficient enough to carry the film to the end. The direction, however, is probably the strongest aspect as Weiler is able to create some truly creepy and frightening imagery - imagery that's more effective than most big-budgeted films - and create a potent atmosphere of dread. This is recommended to all thriller aficionados alike - it may not be original but it is very effective. I would also give a higher recommendation to those interested in low-budget independent filmmaking as it's truly impressive and inspirational to see what can be done on such a minuscule budget.

Phani T (gb) wrote: A drama so good cannot be missed for anything. A thriller like this has its own grip on you. There are moments when you feel genuine concern for the characters.Must watch.

Ian M (fr) wrote: I had to watch this movie for nostalgia purposes, and Alf the alien is still as funny as he always was! Rocket the robet is also comedy value in this movie spin off. It's a shame all the human actors weren't so great... Especially MartinSheen as the Colonel who holds Alf completely responsible for his mother's demise. He was pathetic. But if you want some cheap giggles at Alf's humour it's great fun!

Greg W (es) wrote: This is a blood and guts art film with unforgettable intensity and stark scenes that few films have managed to capture with such fervor.

Brandon S (it) wrote: One of the most perfectly structured action films of all time.

Tim R (fr) wrote: Wonderfully whacked CGI animation can't save a muddled script and languid execution. Interesting for about 30 min then tedium sets in and washes it all away.

Kameron W (mx) wrote: A classic 80's teen comedy from one of the greatest directors of the decade John Hughes.