Lake Placid: The Final Chapter

Lake Placid: The Final Chapter

Follows Jim Bickerman, a poacher who discovers that his local lake is inhabited by man-eating crocodiles.

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Lake Placid: The Final Chapter torrent reviews

Chancellor N (ru) wrote: I thought this hoe was good af y'all niggas trippin

Moore S (ru) wrote: Boredom for kids in CGI

Roy K (jp) wrote: I sure hope everyone gets to see this documentary. It's a very well done film about a great entertainer. This is an excellent lesson in American History that every student in school should see.

Ariadne M (ag) wrote: It's difficult to find a good film about romantic relationships these days. So, this one is probably an exception. A sweet story without much trivial dialogue, interesting editing to support a kind of non-linear narration and lovely performances by its protagonists. A bittersweet and delightful trip.

Niar E (br) wrote: I have to admit that a the movie contains a lot of fun, but it goes in a monotone way that makes it with nothing unexpected for us. A big quantity of philosophy is injected in the dialogue with no enough reason, I guess that was not so attractive to me, and I think that if the director was a female director it may go more deep in the real desires of the women more than two naked charming actresses in a lesbian relation.What is necessary to be said that I don't know why we really don't see a good lesbian stories in movies (Apart of Blue is the Warmest Color, for example), so that movie seems a good try to do this with its climate, art production, sound tracks, and the suitable choice of the night to be the time at which the story is told. The bare actresses (Elena Anaya & Natasha Yarovenko) do their roles quite good but there's a lack of something needed to make the movie much closer to hearts. I liked the white lies of the two women while telling personal details, though they're not original in these cases.As it's just a short term homo relationship, it's hard for me to keep out thinking in a gay movie which goes the same. I mean Andew Haigh's Weekend, that was more joyful drama so more satisfying for me.The movie is not out of the sexual mood of Julio Medem, no one can ignore it, but still love Sex and Lucia most.

Meredith L (de) wrote: The message of this film seems to be "you can be wealthy, live in opulent surroundings with servants who actually dress and undress you, but still be utterly miserable". It's a message that often cheers me up, but why did it have to be delivered so slowly? To feel the emptiness of these characters' lives we have to watch cutlery being endlessly put on tables, people drifting up and down stairs for minutes at a time. The sex scenes are more interesting but still much too SLOW.

Darren M (kr) wrote: I bought this movie for the simple fact that Jennifer Tilly starred and it seemed interesting, oh how i was wrong! This is terrible! James Caan is aweful and dull in this film, the shooting is brilliant however and there are some good shots but it tires to be classy and arty but fails misrably, i think the whole budget was spent on the opening sequence, it just lacks so much in story and scrpits!

Jessica N (fr) wrote: lol, you all should watch it! just kidding no really you should though!

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Lisa K (kr) wrote: This is a powerful story that left me thinking about the plot for a very long time. I won't discuss the plot as it is available on most reviews. The main character is Bess played by Emily Watson. She does a fantastic job as a woman who is very in touch with her core feelings and those feeling propel all her actions. She is seen by her community as simple and mentally unstable. However, it becomes apparent that society has learned to dull and numb themselves to the rawest of emotions. Bess feels those emotions and acts on them, so when she shows emotion, she appears unbalanced. However, I feel that she was the most stable and in touch with her deepest self and therefore was propelled to goodness. She is deeply in love with her husband and this love is so great that nothing else matters. She can't find herself without her husband. Her husband gets injured and becomes severely disabled. He wants to kill himself because he can't sexually satisfy his wife. He asks Bess to sleep with other men and then tell him about it. This way, he will feel the experience and it is like the two of them being together. The church elders, her family and her doctor think that her husband is mentally manipulating her and she is so weak that she can't make the correct decision for herself. The audience feels Bess' thoughts and intentions and realizes that she is not crazy. I think that the connections that are made in her husbands brain to his body through her stories helps him to heal. There isn't another review that made this connection. Over time, her husband improves but the story has a tragic ending. This is a story of triumph for love and deep beliefs and makes a quiet mockery of strict organized Christianity and society's attitudes on hiding your emotions.

Bruce B (de) wrote: A cold/flu requires loud, noisy and shallow movies to wile away the time, so when I re-visited Renny Harlin's pirate saga I was stuck not so much by the production (which is handsome) or the worst pirate accent ever uttered (by Genna Davis): it's how much was lifted - all right, stolen - outright for the Disney 'Caribbean' series. The crow's nest fight, the monkey, the side elements, the exploding ships. The producers should sue big time! Oh - that exploding pirate ship? No CGI - it's the real deal. 2 1/2 Out of Five.

Nathan H (ru) wrote: Some may be turned off by the fact that this movie is made by Michael Moore, but it's not as liberal as one might expect. Yes, the cheif villian is a defense contractor, but what do I care? A bigger issue is how dated this movie is. It is firmly planted in the years just after the Cold War when America had no easily identifiable enemies (it even makes a joke about how minor a threat terrorists are...if only). Most the humor comes from either making fun of Canadians or America's ignorance of Canada. Both are great targets in my book, but others may not agree.

Steve C (it) wrote: Haven't seen it - but gad, what a concept!

Eric R (au) wrote: When I was younger there was no other horror picture I wanted to see more than Zombi 3. Being a fan of Lucio Fulci's Zombie (aka Zombi 2), I was willing to do about anything to see his follow-up to his walking dead classic. I even was one step away from buying a bootleg VHS copy. Please keep in mind that this was before the film had any American video release and was mostly unseen by horror film fanatics. When news hit that DVD company Shriek Show was going to give this long unseen sequel it's American debut video release on DVD, I became ecstatic and quickly bought the film before reading any reviews. As you can tell from my rating I came out watching the film in absolute shock at its horridness.To put it kindly Zombi 3 is a complete disaster plagued by numerous production problems. The first problem is director Lucio Fulci left the picture before the film was completed for unknown reasons. Some sources say he left due to health problems and others say he was just upset on the outcome of the picture. After his departure notoriously bad director Bruno Mattei was brought in to finish the film. I don't see the logic in this. You don't salvage a bad movie by hiring a director notorious for making even shittier movies. Though sources say different amounts it seems that about 70% is Fulci material and about 30% is Mattei footage but to be completely honest I can't tell what footage belongs to which director. The film is just a mish mash of shit that it just all blends together.Despite the title this film has NOTHING to do with Fulci's classic Zombie. The plot has a group of thieves who attempt to steal a zombie virus from a military base in the Philippines. One of the thieves breaks a vile while escaping and infects himself with the virus. He ends up being caught not without spreading the infection in the process. In very "Return of the Living Dead" fashion the military burns his remains and the infected smoke infects resident birds and the birds end up spreading the contagion all over the island and the military (sporting white hazmat suits that is no doubt a reference to Romero's The Crazies) goes around killing everyone in sight.The main problem with the film is it's so damn inconsistent. Sometimes the zombies run, sometimes they shamble. Sometimes the zombies are killed by a minor fall and other times it takes nothing less than incineration to bring them down. Also some zombies even talk, like they still retain intelligence and others just seem mindless. Is this a result of two different directors? Considering the shittiness of the rest of the film I think not. The characters are just awful and clich not to mention the dialogue. Fans of band cinema will have an absolute hay day with making fun of this release. Though a terrible film I still have to say it is extremely entertaining, just for all the wrong reasons. I actually find myself watching this film quite often just for the simple fact it is just so damn unintentionally funny. There are many sequences that will make one's jaw hit the floor from amusement, the best sequence being a zombie head literally flying out of a refrigerator across the room to bite some guy in the throat. How the hell the head get in the fridge? Did a zombie put it there just knowing some people would come through to open it? Another sequence has a zombie baby pull a women's head into a stomach. And you thought Dead Alive or the Dawn of the Dead remake and the first zombie baby! Today the secret is out... Zombi 3 sucks. Back in the days before DVD it was one of the most sought after horror films for Italian horror fanatics in the states. It still is an interesting curiosity piece for fans but it's hardly a true Lucio Fulci film and its now more appealing to fans of unintentionally funny bad cinema. Despite this being horrid I actually find it has more re-watchability than a majority of Fulci's later 80's material. That my friend is a very sad statement.I do have to mention that it is confusing to many people that Zombi 3 got it's American video release with its original Italian title. Some people, not knowing the history of the series, were going "where is Zombi 1 and 2?" DVD companies have recently released the Italian cut of Dawn of the Dead with its Italian title Zombi and Shriek Show themselves even released an edition of Lucio Fulci's Zombie with its original title Zombi 2. Shriek Show also released some films entitled "Zombie 4: After Death" and "Zombie 5: Killing Birds" but this was just deceptive advertising on their part as technically there is only 3 entries into the Italian "Zombi" franchise. To make matters even more confusing there are numerous other films that were released as "Zombie 3" throughout the world, most notoriously the film Burial Ground. Don't be confused though as this is the true, the only Zombi 3. Make no mistake about it!

Mohammed A (au) wrote: It's good movie to watch

Tsubaki S (jp) wrote: Grouped in the blaxploitation vein, this is more a crime drama than your average exploitation film. A fantastic cast, a good script and a sweet soundtrack. The direction is a bit erratic at times, and the ending not as climatic as it wanted to be, but the goods of the film surpass these flaws.

Marc L (fr) wrote: Chez les Rodriguez, le Grindhouse, c'est une affaire de famille (notez que je viens de dcouvrir que Eduardo Rodriguez n'tait mme pas le cousin de Robert et que du coup, cette phrase d'intro tombe plat et que c'est con, tant pis). Qui dit "Grindhouse" dit "clichs" : "El gringo" (dj, ce titre...) ressemble donc une avalanche de clichs sommairement models pour ressembler un film. On dcouvre ainsi une petite ville frontire oppresse par des tueurs des cartels carnavalesques et des flics corrompus et un hros gar la frontire du bien et du mal (Scott Adkins, qui va vite devenir mon nouvel acteur prfr s'il continue synthtiser Van Damme, Statham et Seagal avec un tel brio) qui, en sympathisant avec une barmaid mexicaine gros poumons qui tient mieux la tquila que lui, va comprendre que l'important c'est l'amour et pas les dix millions de dollars vols qu'il trimballe dans son sac dos. Et comme il est pour la premire fois plein d'amour et que a le fait un peu flipper, il va zigouiller dans les 180 Mexicains des Cartels avant de retrouver son calme. Le problme, c'est que contrairement son faux-cousin qui, dans "Machete", jouait sans vergogne sur le dcalage et le comique involontaire inhrents au cinma d'exploitation, Eduardo Rodriguez prend son sujet trop au srieux : il y a des gentils qui gagnent, des mchants qui perdent, de l'humour pas franchement drle et de grosses gicles d'hmoglobine quand les gentils souffrent ou quand les mchants meurent. Loin d'tre la petite perle de second degr espre, "El gringo" est un Actionner bte et mchant, handicap par un faible budget et qui se rattrape comme il peut par une violence graphique lgrement au-dessus de la moyenne. Bien entendu, il est possible, envers et contre tout, de considrer la chose au second ou au troisime degr, mais cela rclame tout de mme beaucoup d'efforts personnels pour bien peu de rsultat. Un ralisateur qui charge Manowar de composer le gnrique final de son film, a aurait du mettre la puce l'oreille quant ses accointances avec le second degr volontaire...

Karen Christen D (gb) wrote: This is the most lame ass boring movie I have ever seen. Wish I could get my 2 hours back.

Laura G (kr) wrote: ew is tht cheese whiz??

Olli H (it) wrote: It was ok, even though I realised who the killer was in about 10 minutes.