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Global Warning torrent reviews
Paul K (es) wrote: Excellent retelling of a worthwhile story, with the Paris mosque being instrumental both in the Resistance and in protecting Algerian and Moroccan Jews. Tahar Rahim bears some resemblance to Benedict Cumberbatch and is an excellent actor. Michael Lonsdale lends gravitas as the head of the Mosque, treading a fine line with both the Germans and the French authorities.
Mark Z (gb) wrote: Equally gripping and distracting in its audacious approach (this film was shot in its entirety in one take), this bomb-disarmament thriller works best when the camera briefly roams away from the seemingly doomed matriarch (Merida Urquia) while the bomb around her nick ticks away. The film achieves genuine hair-raising tension in small portions, and the sound the bomb makes from time to time is enough to unsettle even the most hardened thriller junkie.
Vance M (nl) wrote: This movie was really good with alot MMA fighting action. The movie and MMA Actor Steven Seagal from the movie Exit Wounds & Eddie Griffin from one of my favourite shows Malcom and Eddie sitcom. I grew up watching Steven Seagal and all of his movie are really good. I can not think of Steven Seagal movie that sucks. I give this movie two thumbs up. 5 stars
Fex (kr) wrote: la mejor pelicula qe he viisto en toooooda mi viidaa!!
Randy Y (es) wrote: Didn't appreciate it enough back when it was originally released, but a pretty solid movie! Memorable scenes, a fresh/energetic Tom Hanks, decent story and good feel.
Jonathan S (mx) wrote: Manifest destiny, blood squibs, brimstone, and surreal anachronisms make this memorable to say the least.
Chris M (jp) wrote: I don't know why but I was Happy that Keisha died. Rock-A-Bye-Baby!
Charles B (ru) wrote: Nothing new here but a deft, solid, nippy thriller. Exactly what a 15's horror film should be. Andy is unbelievably terrible for most of it (such a clueless milquetoast, even for an eight-year-old) but Hicks and Sarandon are both very decent and the ill-fated Dinah Manoff as sassy BFF is a standout. In retrospect the wedding of Brad Dourif's fantastic vocal talents with Chucky's excellent SFX seems close to genius. Nothing beats the swift transformation of the doll from a cooing mass-market toy of unbelievable blandness (clearly based on The Get Along Gang and suchlike 80's rubbish) to the grinning, sneering gargoyle spitting out Dourif's rancid lines. Making Chucky permanently scarred and ugly in later films dissipated that contrast, which forms the best central idea of the first movie.