Green Snake

Green Snake

A mischievous snake who assumes human form interferes with the romance between her reptilian sister and a hapless man.

Two snake spirits become human and learn about love and suffering. A monk discovers his own weaknesses and finds that morality is not as simple as he had thought. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Green Snake torrent reviews

Colin R (gb) wrote: Typical Steven Seagal bad ass movie with no real plot.

Purvesh K (ag) wrote: Excellent movie, a true story (dramatized of course) of India's richest man. Journey from a simple boy filing gas in cars for living to forming a company that has propelled his family to top ten richest people on earth.

Timothy S (kr) wrote: Delightful. Proof that a film doesn't need dialogue or a long running time to touch the heart.

Tanner B (mx) wrote: Hotel Rwanda (2004) ??? 1/2True story about hotel manager who housed over a thousand Tutsi refugees during their struggle against the Hutu militia in Rwanda. Powerful drama benefits greatly by a charismatic, excellent performance from Don Cheadle.

Michael P (jp) wrote: great movie, funny as hell, and great music

Amanda W (us) wrote: It's pretty good. I really do like the Twist on the story.

Will S (ca) wrote: So killed the Tomatometer.

Wesley W (gb) wrote: A really forgettable piece of filmmaking that is not worth your time at all. It boasts unmemorable characters, poor acting, wasted talent, tensionless situations, and bad mediocre writing. Throughout the movie, I wished that I would be watching something better. The child actors bring no good presence on screen and I did not care about any of them. Talented actors Ben Kingsley and Bill Paxton are not given much to do and they were under a poorly written script. The only positives I could name was that I thought the premise was intriguing and if it had been in good hands, it would have been a solid movie and the other positive was that it wasn't a total piece of garbage. There is nothing to recommend here and it was only made to try to make a quick buck from the general public.

Zebulon R (nl) wrote: Wel, it is pretty accurate as far as their cultural beliefs are concerned...

Joanna S (us) wrote: one of my favorite Elvis' movies except for maybe Speedway..that's classic

Brandon S (nl) wrote: Jean Renoir's light masterpiece is light years ahead of it's time with topics that would seem risqu for 1932. The film is about a bum that has lost his dog and out of desperation jumps from a bridge to kill himself, but is saved by a rich man that is cheating on his wife with the maid. Once the rich man has the tramp back at his house all manners of choas break out and so does Michel Simon's performance. Great early sound film from France that could still use some more restoration work.

Lorrinda B (gb) wrote: Woody Allen is genius in this musical spoof comedy. Yes, the characters run around singing, cheesy songs at weird times.

Nick L (fr) wrote: Need to rewatch, can't remember it.

HM F (au) wrote: Curse of the Werewolf-Somewhat fair adaption of the Guy Endore novel lifts the story from its original French setting into the Spanish countryside where the backdrop of the Catholicism is heavy and generates some interesting background for the movie. Oliver Reed as a werewolf is worth the price of admission alone, although his inner beast is not unleashed until fairly late into the movie. Nonetheless, the make-up is an interesting take, with an emphasis on the ears, although the body make-up is less successful. Terrence Fisher holds back on the reveal of the monster, teasing us until the last 2o minutes of the movie. After that, the monster is leaping and climbing all around the stock Hammer sets; some good stunt work to be seen here. The melodrama is pretty standard for Hammer horror, well acted by the cast. The movie lifts one of the more unique aspects of the novel, the notion of the child werewolf who hunts by night but thinks he is dreaming. The part where the young boy talks about tasting the blood is chilling on screen as it is on the page. I have to admit, I was disappointed the first time I saw this movie years ago but a second viewing has the movie growing on me now.