Leprechaun 2

Leprechaun 2

On his one thousandth birthday, an evil leprechaun selects the descendant of one of his slaves to have as his bride, leaving it up to the girl's boyfriend to save her.

On his 1000th birthday, a mean Leprechaun gets to choose a bride by making her sneeze three times, then she's his...only the bride he chooses is the daughter of his slave (who fouls up the ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Leprechaun 2 torrent reviews

Andrey B (br) wrote: Very effective revenge movie with the realism never seen before.

Alejandro S (mx) wrote: Solo para que no se confundan, comento que este no es el filme en cines en estos momentos (Junio 2015), sino la pelcula previa, titulada "La Batalla de los Dioses". Como antes mencion, no soy realmente fan de Dragon Ball pero algo conozco, y un buen amigo me ha instruido en los aspectos bsicos. Luego de ver el filme actualmente en cines, tuve curiosidad por la pelcula previa que aunque tuvo una recepcin mixta, s saba que introduca personajes que regresaron para el siguiente filme y que asumo sern claves en la inminente Dragon Ball Super que aunque no he decidido que la vaya a ver, pues solo era menos de dos horas para ver esta pelcula. Debo admitir que me gust, no tanto como la actual en cines, pero s me gust, creo que es un adecuado tributo a la saga donde no solo se compone de peleas picas, elevadas a niveles altsimos en la era "Dragon Ball Z", pero que la franquicia naci en la simplemente "Dragon Ball" que era ms aventura con humor, y por ende, creo que era adecuado mezclar ambos aspectos en la pelcula. No tiene una intro (la que est en cines tampoco) lo cual es una lstima, pero los crditos finales de esta pelcula son muy buenos, no solo tienen el tema musical icnico del "Head-Chal" sino que tienen una secuencia repasando las pginas del manga, generando una de las mejores secuencias de crditos finales que he visto al menos en filmes de anime. La cinta es muy entretenida, y realmente creo que el balance entre comedia y peleas es adecuado. Tal vez lo nico que me extra, pero admito que no soy experto, es la actitud de Gok en este filme donde presenta un orgullo y una necesidad de ser el mejor en pelea, y hasta no gustarle tener que recibir ayuda de otros para lograr cosas, que no considero propio del personaje, ya que mi imagen de Gok es de un sujeto relajado, que le gusta comer, y que no anda buscando peleas ni siquiera por duelos amistosos, sino que cuando pelea, es porque realmente no le queda otro remedio, y porque implica proteger a su familia, seres queridos y/o el planeta Tierra. En cuanto a Vegeta, aunque haya un momento que entiendo mucha audiencia no les termin de agradar como lo manejaron, creo que cuando se agrega una conversacin clave entre Gok y el personaje del Sr. Bills, se justifica y definitivamente eleva el personaje de Vegeta a niveles de respeto an mayor del que pueda generar el propio Gok. Creo realmente que para fans de la franquicia, poder ver aunque sea en cameos, una reunin tan grande de personajes que estuvieron a lo largo de la saga, debe ser un momento entraable y muy disfrutable.

Devon W (ca) wrote: The stories get progressively less interesting, although Udo's performance took me a bit to realize, and as always he was fantastic.

Walter M (es) wrote: After a dinner party, Annie(Katie Aselton, who also directed) and Darren(Dax Shepard) are inspired by a newly single friend to talk about hypothetical sex partners. It's not until their nightly crossword puzzles that the potential becomes increasingly real and they even start to hash out the details of a mutual one night stand. As a promising directorial debut, "The Freebie" is a bracingly honest look at relationships.(Even at one point when he is obviously lying, Darren is also telling the truth.) The central question is whether a relationship can survive without sex? And I know cynics and "The Object of My Affection" point out that all marriages devolve into friendships, but does that really have to be the case in Darren and Annie? Although as inferred later, this is only the sympton of a much larger ingredient that is missing from their marriage. Thankfully, this movie does not overstay its welcome in trying to find those answers, as it eventually develops a nonsequential structure starting with Annie's walk of shame.

Christopher P (us) wrote: To is a good director, "Exiled" is not a good film. I've recently seen Johnnie To's 2009 film "Vengeance," to which I claimed is the film I have always wanted to make. "Exiled," a film made three years before that film, is another example of To's directing prowess, but it's a film that lacks a decent script, acting, and coherence. The single redeeming factor in "Exiled" are its highly stylized and violent gun battles. These scenes are well choreographed and could easily give "The Matrix's" Watchoski brothers a run for their money. While gun shots ring out at an alarming rate: smoke envelops the scene with a dense fog , our heroes (unlike in most films) are shot up as often as then villains, and waves of tapestries and blood spatter fill the screen. Everything is in slow motion, so we can see the art in the violence depicted in front of us. Its plot, if you can even call it that, involves the changing of power in an area of Southern China where organized crime runs rampant. Our heroes are caught in the middle of a power struggle and are forced to take sides. They are hit men who love to look cool in sunglasses no matter the occasion. They are led by a wise middle aged man played by Anthony Wong who tries his hardest with a weak script. The hitmen's plans go awry and they find themselves exiled from their old lives. If and when their boss sees them again, he will kill them. Near the middle end of the film we end up looking at a new film were our characters are stranded and end up hunting for gold. They find two tons worth and attempt to use it to their advantage. The film is an homage to the Spaghetti Western. But I have to ask, is paying tribute to a style of film enough for a movie to be considered good? "Django Unchained" a film Quentin Tarantino also payed homage to the same genre, but it left room for complicated things like powerhouse performances, an award winning script, and a film that dared to re-push the buttons on the ever prevalent (but rarely talked about) race issue in America. Is "Exiled" making commentary about the issues between the Portuguese and Chinese in the city of Macau? Are they saying anything about organized crime's grip on the people? I see that the writers think cops are weak individuals, so why not go into that? In most scenes, every actor is too busy staring into the distance to look as cool as possible. There are one too many long winded scenes that should have chopped up and tightened in the editing room. No human stares at a coin for ten seconds before he flips it, he flips because you he's trying to make a hasty decision. The dialogue moves at too slow of a pace and often makes you wonder if its worth trudging through the rest of the film in hopes of another satiating gun battle. It isn't. Grade: F (A greatly directed failure nevertheless)

Tommy C (it) wrote: haven't seen it but looks cool

Laura G (nl) wrote: this movie is intensely disturbing. however, i've found that it has gotten under my skin in a way that has provided meaning for me. i must see it again soon.

michael l (ag) wrote: this was not that great when it came out and even worse watching it again in 2015. From a standard issue Schwarzenegger performance ( how he never even made an attempt at an American accent was amazing)to lackluster Vanessa Williams - this film had little going for it. A terribly weak B script wastes some great supporting actors who - in better hands - could have improved things. The score even had no idea where to go since he probably since the director clearly was useless in post.

David P (nl) wrote: A lot of things went wrong with this one, but could be worse, and even now I can still tolerate a sit through of it.

Hector O (au) wrote: THE IMMIGRANT EXPERIENCE TOLD AT IT'S BEST. MORE PEOPLE NEED TO SEE THIS MOVIE

Lucas P (nl) wrote: Incredibly well written for a B movie like this. Funny when it wants, suspenseful when it can and overall timeless. I can't believe I've never heard of this movie before.

Ralph R (ru) wrote: This film will give you skin cancer.

Steve B (kr) wrote: Wow! Une merveille du duo Carne-Prevert.

Bill B (mx) wrote: Latter day Hitchcock is still likely to be more interesting than most director's best output, so I was pleased to finally give this one a day in court. A wrongly accused man is forced to ferret out the real killer in typical Hitchcock fashion, and I quite enjoyed it.Well worth a look if you have the chance.

Lisa N (es) wrote: Good movie for the sappy minded...nice story line...its about self realization, healing and love....something i'm sure most of us can learn from...like the message in this movie alot...

Orlok W (us) wrote: One Of The Last Of The Great Action Westerns--An American Spaghetti Western!!

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