I mostri

I mostri

The myths of the sixties are satirized in 20 episodes.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:115 minutes
  • Release:1963
  • Language:Italian
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:episodic,   italy,   boxing,  

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I mostri torrent reviews

Bradley H (ca) wrote: There are definitely some nice elements at play here, but the final act was a bit unrewarding.

Pip R (ru) wrote: I liked it it was fine, I'd even watch it again and again like I have on comedy centra. It has that fair, ha look at the good for nothing brother lucking into one of those human 'have to do this or kill the only person who really looked out for me' feel to it mashed into a fantasy world that gets some pretty swift plot resolutions and a chuckle worthy ending. But it's villian suffers from the whole 'nothing but this one magic item can kill me' clause, and that so happens the heros come together with their own reasons for finding it, though it all leads them to stabbing some ****

Krista B (ag) wrote: Like Suicide Club, but with more explosions, secret agents, and epic yo-yo fights, and less j-pop. Highly entertaining, completely absurd action flick that fans of movies like Machine Girl and Battle Royale should jump all over. Check this one out, it's awesome.

Jacob P (ru) wrote: An awesome little horror-comedy film. Loved the story, and the beginning. The pace starts in the first 5 minutes, and never gets old. I loved the whole human-spider formation they did in here, I thought that was pretty clever. The bugs\effects however were a little cheesey, but that's just what makes this film so great. The acting was a little bad, though.

Michael K (ag) wrote: Interesting story about school teachers on the Iran/Iraq border without schools to teach in, so they carry blackboards around with them to earn a living teaching children and adults whenever and wherever possible. Using non-professional actors the premise is based on events that have happened in and around the border as towns had been bombed by Iraqi forces leaving many homeless. Although there's a straight up story of human survival amongst inhospitable locales the metaphors and discussions arising form the stronger points of the film. Education, Saddam Hussien, conventionality, tradition and the restrictions placed on the community by their own beliefs are brought to the fore and all serve to highlight some of the problems and criticisms facing people and countries in the region as a whole. It's not as intense or involving as the other films I've seen by Samira Makhmalbaf but it does retain a stronger afterthought of discussion.

Justin W (gb) wrote: Great movie for anyone who likes killer reptile flicks.