House of Fallen
The Watchers, a group of fallen angels, walk among the earth disguised as humans, torturing their vessels. In the hunt for prophetic truth, three strangers are put on trial for their past sins, and are forced to fight for survival in the face of an ancient evil. But in the war between heaven and hell, how do you kill what is already dead?
- Stars:C. Thomas Howell, Felicia Dames, Marc Gable, Richard Fullerton, Terry Menefee Gau, Eleanor Drew, Corbin Bernsen, William Gregory Lee, David Sherrill, Jeff Wincott, Ken Arnold, Jayce O'Neal, Amelia Zontini, Beth Harvey, Robert Neal Marshall,
- Director:Robert Stephens,
- Writer:Robert Stephens
A mysterious group known as "The Twelve" makes war with the Grigori...fallen angels who walk the earth. House of Fallen is loosely based on the Book of Enoch. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
House of Fallen torrent reviews
(fr) wrote: Amateurish and predictable. The 13th Unit is exactly what you expect, and nothing more when the story is about people locked in a storage facility overnight.
(it) wrote: Bevause i sow the tlaire on youtube then i wannted to watch the hole movie.
(gb) wrote: Yong-gyun Kim's The Sword with No Name comes through in the end, thanks to its story.Based on the real historical figure of Empress Myeong-seong, the story for The Sword with No Name contains drama, politics, romance, and action to fill the entire 2 hours. That isn't to say that it is a walk in the park because this film is far from hasty, but it does enough to keep it from feeling like a stagnant biopic.The swordplay is few and far in between. The earlier segments are heavy on the effects, in a good way, while the camera work and choreography also enhance these scenes. There may be a little too much in the way of slow motion, but overall they are satisfying pieces of work. If only there was more.The lead performances from Seung-woo Cho and Su-Ae carry the dramatic scenes. Seung-woo Cho has some small eccentricities that become a good counter to the political seriousness of Su-Ae.Thanks to its powerful ending, The Sword with No Name becomes a fine addition to Korean cinema.
(br) wrote: yea my older daughter like this move
(kr) wrote: Stark, brutal, and at times difficult to watch, especially the scenes of exploitation. Seidl's film portrays the grim reality of life in the poorest areas of Eastern and Western Europe. Incredibly realistic, atmospheric and brilliantly filmed throughout.
(kr) wrote: weird movie,its got some issues but w.e.
(ca) wrote: Good film -- it has one of the most moving scenes I've ever seen in a movie. I was shocked to see a different side of Keanu Reeves.
(us) wrote: Rating:3.6/5. Pretty good film, with realistic characters involved in tragedies. My favorite sequences were of the snow. Although the stories are mostly predictable, it is a well made film, with some great shots.
(es) wrote: Nostalgia aside, this is little more than a promotional piece, and the seventies misogyny can't be ignored.
(kr) wrote: One of Mr. BIG's better ones.
(ca) wrote: I used to be so in love with this movie.
(mx) wrote: Breezy and quite entertaining 1960s heist film along the lines of "Topkapi" or "The Italian Job." Michael Caine makes his Hollywood debut as a English cat burglar pulling off the perfect heist with the help of Eurasian dancer Shirley MacLaine. Herbert Lom plays the owner of their target. Caine is good, but MacLaine is utterly charming (if you can put aside the ugly Hollywood tradition of white actors playing ethnic parts). Caine is rather cold in her part, but still good. MacLaine is the real star here and her star makes this film very much worth watching. Directed by Ronald Neame and written by Alvin Sargent (who's been writing since the 1950s and who's still working today, most recently just writing the script for the last three Spiderman films). Well worth watching, especially for MacLaine fans.