Simon Watterman, a space archaeologist, discovers the "Munchies" in a cave in Peru. Cecil Watterman, Simon's evil twin brother and snack food entrepreneur, kidnaps the creature. What Cecil does not know is that the creature, when chopped up, regenerates into many new creatures and are they mean!

Simon Watterman, a space archaeologist, discovers the "Munchies" in a cave in Peru. Cecil Watterman, Simon's evil twin brother and snack food entrepreneur, kidnaps the creature. What Cecil ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Munchies torrent reviews

Jim F (de) wrote: Everybody is funny in this kind of bungling crime caper. Not sure who's character i liked the best

Al S (it) wrote: It`s dead-on target. A shaprly crafted, swiftly-paced and intelligent thriller thats filled with sizzling suspense and high-energy action. An exciting, stylish and wickedly cool movie. A smart, pulse-pounding, and first-rate thinking-man`s crime thriller that packs a full-clip and packs a wallop...literally. It has a sharp and oroginal story with solid and strong characters. Louis Koo and Daniel Wu are sensational, they give gritty and terrific performances. It`s gripping and keeps you on the edge of your seat through every tension-filled and electrifying moment until its explosive final shot.

James B (au) wrote: Brilliant film to watch

Era C (ru) wrote: Take out 30-40 minutes and this movie would be really good.

David M (ca) wrote: It's informative -- both about the life and ideas of Bertolt Brecht and the staging of a high-profile New York theater production.

David L (au) wrote: Kind of disappointed with this movie, seem like low cost n kind of boring storyline, and his movie seem always copy one storyline to another by the same director.

Ethan B (ag) wrote: Good movie, based on true events but the crocodile was exaggerated a little too much for effect. Not bad all around.

Rory Fyfe S (au) wrote: Very good movie. Classic.

M M (nl) wrote: Great performances by the entire cast, standouts of course by Robbins and Morton. An excellent imagining of a future totalitarian state. All explained subtly with character and imagination.

Vinnie F (mx) wrote: A noticeably forgotten and dark little gem of Animation which is both, hilarous, emotional and epic. Why don't all movies make something good in the vein of Chicken Run nowadays? Either that or make it like Zootopia and again, this little amazing gem. Man did this movie make me miss a time where I use to be obsessed with this film. Ah Nostalgia

Justin S (us) wrote: Started fine, poor CGI at times, extended version took out original ending. Something different.

Tom John P (es) wrote: Top Movie!!! critics??? bleah!!! only bla bla bla...friendship,faith,pride and courage...big wednesday!!!

TpetPlayr M (gb) wrote: ok. I like it a little.

Andr D (br) wrote: Dos pistoleros entrados en edad (las leyendas Joel McCrea y Randolph Scott, en su ultima aparicion) se embarcan en una mision para transportar oro, en compania de dos jovenes (Ronald Starr y Mariette Hartley, en su primera aparicion). Traicion, venganza y muerte en un western poetico cortesia de unas grandes actuaciones (se destacan los secundarios Warren Oates, Edgar Buchanan, L.Q. Jones, R.G. Armstrong), una fotografia perfecta (Lucien Ballard) y la direccion ferrea de Sam Peckinpah.

Ryan H (ag) wrote: The first film I've seen by Josef Von Sernebrg and I'm kinda let down. It's not entirely his fault since The Woman and the Puppet is much too sexual of a story to tell on the screen in the 1930s. There's an interesting dynamic in this version that doesn't seem to be in the short story, and that follows Concha being able to grab every single man instead of just one. Every man in the story thinks she's beautiful, but in the film every man becomes hypnotized by her. The first half stays pretty faithful to the short story and the second half takes a pretty big turn. Instead of having Pasqual finish telling Antonio the story of Concha and then ending with a note, the midpoint turns at the note being sent to Concha and Antonio's with her. This turns into a big fight between Pasqual and Antonio because he agreed to never see her again. What I would have loved is to see the actual strange love Concha has for Pasqual, assuming that's what they were getting at. Much was lost in translation to the point that I don't really understand the motivations of the characters. Pasqual gives Concha money so she can be free and she flirts with him in order to continue getting money. There's a really great moment where Pasqual beats Concha while we focus on a door. This is probably the best dynamic we get because even though he treats her this way she comes back and he doesn't want her to come back. He feels bad for what he has done, but at the same time believes she earned it. The characters here are not black and white. There's even the great moment when Antonio duels Pasqual and when they are supposed to fire Pasqual turns up his gun and Antonio shoots him. Pasqual could have won that duel easily, but he's not a murderer or a bad guy. I also liked the ending of Concha putting Antonio on the train then leaving him unexpectedly. I was also kinda bored in points. It doesn't have a very good pace nor does it connect well with the audience. It's good, but nothing great.

Nicholas S (ca) wrote: This is a good movie