A wealthy entrepreneur secretly creates a theme park featuring living dinosaurs drawn from prehistoric DNA. Before opening day, he invites a team of experts and his two eager grandchildren to experience the park and help calm anxious investors. However, the park is anything but amusing as the security systems go off-line and the dinosaurs escape.
Huge advancements in scientific technology have enabled a mogul to create an island full of living dinosaurs. John Hammond has invited four individuals, along with his two grandchildren, to join him at Jurassic Park. But will everything go according to plan? A park employee attempts to steal dinosaur embryos, critical security systems are shut down and it now becomes a race for survival with dinosaurs roaming freely over the island. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Jurassic Park torrent reviews
(de) wrote: Wow, what a horrible movie. Full of horrible bathroom gags, internet references bound to be outdated by 2017, and about as many laughs as a funeral. This movie would probably fail to make a 13 year old laugh. As if we needed more proof that cinematic parody is dead.
(it) wrote: Question: Why was every blind Asian man back in history an awesome sword fighter? Lets check out the list: There's Zatoichi (Japan), Blind Fury (Rutger Hauer, Vietnam), House of Flying Daggers (Blindfolded, Chinese) and now Blades of Blood (Korean). Imagine, if they could "kick so much a$$ blind" what could they have done with sight?! A period piece, Blades of Blood is a movie that takes place during the Chosun Dynasty. A rather disjointed film overall, the storyline revolves around one faction fighting with another faction only for everyone to lose to the third party invading Japanese in the end. A rather pointless movie, the film focused upon the conflicts and futile in-fighting of the Korean people. While overall acting in the movie was acceptable, the fight sequences, and scenic shots were probably the highlights of this film. Editing however was sub-par with sudden cuts and pieces that created an uneven flow. Moreover, the weak screenplay and lack of character developments did not help to better this film either. Nevertheless, this movie is only recommended for viewing as a secondary choice or if you really like period piece movies with sword fighting. (Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon this movie is not.) Otherwise, I'd pass on this film for Shadowless Sword which had a better storyline, better actions sequences, and better looking actors.
(au) wrote: Haunting piece of introspection. It may not have hit on all aspects at all times (V. Gallo as the lead did not seem right, but it added a unique twist.), but it was absorbing - phenomenol cimematography, a unique sound tract, b&w was almost an additional actor. I will continue to ruminate over this film for quite some time!
(gb) wrote: Don't waste your time watching this one.
(it) wrote: A pretty good film...Jesse Stone is an interesting character and the plots generally are interesting...
(fr) wrote: Frankly, I don't care what many are saying about Vantage Point. Yes, it has some sloppy performances and the story is a little disjointed. But, I can't deny the fact that I had a great time and was on the edge of my seat throughout. This type of film would be difficult to direct and produce, given its unique style, so I greatly respect the filmmakers. Quaid, Hurt and Fox are the standouts as far as acting goes. The movie tends to be silly and unrealistic at times, but it sure did entertain me.
(au) wrote: A fun follow up to an obscure idea and property.
(kr) wrote: very surreal as only Fellini could do and does so well
(kr) wrote: (1958 Directors RIpley, Barry,Aubuchon, Keely Smith & Robert Mitchum) Six directors??
(gb) wrote: Clever in a few spots but mostly stale.
(ru) wrote: Katharine Hepburn is great. Ginger Rogers is great. Eve Arden in great. Oh, and Lucille Ball is in this movie too! Go see it right now!
(ag) wrote: Frank Capra directs this fantasy-adventure of a group of English refugees fleeing an uprising in China. The plane is commandeered, crashing deep into unexplored Tibet. The passengers are led to a fantastic city cradled in a valley - it truly seems to be the legendary Shangi-La, where the citizens live in peace. Unfortunately, the middle section bogs down, consisting mainly of the characters viewing the splendor and struggling to believe that it's true. There's no real conflict until the final third, when Robert Conway (Ronald Coleman) has to choose whether or not to leave. The overall story is affecting, heartfelt and sincere, and while I'm glad I saw the longest version possible, I understand why subsequent releases were shorter and shorter.
(ca) wrote: Astonishing. Bunuel messes with the documentary with very entertaining and surreal results. One of my favorite directors of all time.
(mx) wrote: Loved the creepy tone. Figured out what was going to happen early but still a well made movie. Just the right length also.