American professor Tarl Cabot is transported via a magical ring to planet Gor, where he must help an oppressed country overthrow its evil king and his barbarian henchmen.

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Gor torrent reviews

Abb J (jp) wrote: Sex Drive: A pretty standard teen buddy flick about three friends driving cross country for an Internet hookup. Despite its predictability, there are several hilarious moments. There are worse ways you can spend a couple of hours on the sofa when you have the flu. B-

Kirk B (br) wrote: Just ok. It was fun and entertaining but missing something.

Cody C (ca) wrote: yo this movie is mad good, who knew? great production design and vibe. reminds me of the delightful french movie Lou! although not as good as that one of course. but this is still quite good. way better than the first one.

Jay M (ru) wrote: Though not as good as the original two. It still brings the laughs and action that we want to see in this type of movie.

Abel D (nl) wrote: Ultimately a mess, Ritchie's suburban-cop-comedy throws out a bunch of ideas (Broken family, grizzled cop opening up, worker dad with hero dreams, villainous neighbour) that never stick. Furthermore, the real shortage of laughs or inventive gags, uninspired direction that goes from stylised to low budget televisual, and poorly balanced narrative that completely shifts gears from cop to family-centered comedy, don't help matters in the slightest.

Nathan H (ca) wrote: This is a great movie if you're a girl. It's like a starwars for ladies. People who slag this film off have to remember when it was made & who the target audience was. Very enjoyable with a great soundtrack. You can't expect the best acting or the best plot as it's a teen movie but a classic of it's time nonetheless.

Andrew S (nl) wrote: Two good-hearted but bumbling souls are mistakenly arrested for a robbery they didn't commit in this comedy, the second of several teamings of Gene Wilder and Richard Pryor. Seeking to clear their name, the two eventually plan to escape from prison and try to track down the real thieves.

Rick R (kr) wrote: Jewel Robbery (1932)William Powell is his handsome, debonaire self as a jewell thief who has a way with people, with the help of those marijuana cigarettes. ;-) Kay Francis (fresh from their "One Way Passage" movie) is back as the bored Baroness Teri von Hornhenfels on the make, who is infatuated with this bad boy.This Hayes Office pre-code movie shows off a hedonistic Vienna along the same lines as the Ernst Lubitsch comedies. All the idle rich married people are sleeping around in their evening gowns. I wonder how the depression era movie-goers liked this? I enjoyed watching it, even without top hat and tails.Baroness Teri is delightfully sexy, sneaking away from rich hubby, Baron Franz (Henry Kolker) to have fun with anybody who can keep her entertained. If you're a Kay Francis fan, you're going to love her in this.Powell's jewell thief is more a lovable rogue than a dangerous criminal, saying that he's apposed to the American school of banditry, although he is there to clean out every jewelry store he can get into, and especially in the Baroness's bedroom.The writing is great. There's plenty of double entendres and some things that are plenty blatant for adults to enjoy. If you get a chance to see this, please do.

nipp s (br) wrote: Maybe it's all the video games I play or maybe it's all the smoking I do, but I love this movie! The "critics" have this at 18% and the "audience" have it at 85% so my tabulations have it at 103% liked and that's a good number! (seriously who the fuck are these critics? and how do they still have jobs?) Some of these jokes are over the top and some of them are very subtle but they all almost made me piss myself. If you didn't think this movie was funny go get yourself some robot ears and eyes... then, go and buy a robot dick so you can replace that stick in your humorless ass!

Nicholas W (kr) wrote: I hadn't seen this in ages, is really good, action movie.

Bradley W (gb) wrote: Wayne's World is a classic comedy that fully utilizes the comedy talents of Mike Myers and Dana Carvey. The writing is hilarious and the film never takes itself too seriously, giving us great laughs and a great film.

Mark A (ag) wrote: I am definitely a softie when it comes to films like this. I loved it! Vera Farmiga just radiates on screen. I loved the interplay between Edith and George and was heart broken at the ending. The cinematography was beautiful, and the plot, although formulaic and predictable, was in spite of that well thought out and entirely plausible. There was drama, most prominently when George and Edith are called on to participate in the drama class that they crashed, and plenty of care-free lighthearted moments. This is the second film that I've seen where Vera's younger sister, Taissa, plays her daughter and she is an actress to be watched. One wonders if her character will find a balance to her life or whether seeing her dreams crushed will cause her to crash and burn. I have to give it five stars!

Drew R (de) wrote: A butchering o Suess' original book. A sad attempt to capitalize on brand recognition, this soulless cash grab is so shallow the kids it panders to could see through this.