Two cops, R and Noma, hunt down renegade cyborgs. Cyborgs are used as commandos by the military, as lust objects and for companionship. Normaly they have a limited lifespan of three years but black market technology is being developed to be able to transfer a cyborg's artificial intelligence into human host. This drives R to find a suitable host for his expiring cyborg Ria.
- Stars:Ji-tae Yu, Jae-un Lee, Rin Seo, Eun-pyo Jeong, Doo-hong Jung, Eul-dong Kim, Hyo-seon Kim, Ju-hye Ko, Chang Yun,
- Country:South Korea
- Director:Byung-chun Min,
- Writer:Jae-rim Han (screenplay), Byung-chun Min
In the year 2080, the world is connected by a massive computer network. Combiners have developed a process that allows them to merge the souls of human and machine/cyborg, wreaking havoc in... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Natural City torrent reviews
(de) wrote: An alright film in my opinion for the family. Not that bad, didn't really like the whole first half that much, but I'd say the second half is much better. Time-pass film in my opinion.
(de) wrote: For a first time directorial effort, it may not be Reservoir Dogs, but it's one heck of a melodrama. There's just enough focus on commentary and character to propel it beyond the level of a Lifetime movie, which this movie very well could've been. A genuinely good movie that I wished would've been great, but I wasn't at all disappointed.
(us) wrote: i think in ways this was alil betta than the original u see more ghost in this one more gory scenes nd things we neva seen in the 1st one.like the ripping body o the fridge smashin the skull, which i think were good.
(br) wrote: this is a really good movie!
(kr) wrote: (31%)The cast do a decent job and it is quite well made, but the story does't work. Brad Renfro's character is such an unlikeable, weird person that I cannot understand what it is he actually wants as he hangs around with a ageing ex Nazi more for kicks than anything else. There is perhaps a good story in there somewhere (maybe in the book?) but it doesn't shine through this failed attempt which is a shame as Mckellen is great and deserves to be in better movies.
(gb) wrote: i used to watch these movies when i little! i loved them!!
(es) wrote: It's unbelievable to see how many amazing films Troma has put out in the past 30 years. I'm not going to pretend that every film they've ever touched has been golden (see I Was a Teenage TV Terrorist, Deadly Daphne's Revenge, Blood Hook, etc...), but more often than not they're always at least worth a watch... and this film is definitely amongst their better productions.First of all, this is not high-brow entertainment. The whole film is a mess; in fact, the actors in the second half of the film are completely different than the first half (but playing the same characters). Second of all, there isn't much gore in this film (despite the back of the box saying that the film climaxes in the most violent bloodbath in the history of film).But if you like a little bit of humor, some silly violence, and plenty of Charles Manson homages (which, in all reality, is all that John Water's early films were), then this is for you. The whole film is played very straight and not for laughs, which makes it even better. Trust me, this film is completely hilarious, one of the funniest movies I've ever seen. And there's some rape and torture for those that like that kind of stuff too -- but, again, not too much.I appreciated the murky, backwoods surrounding of the whole thing, and the hippie atmosphere. And, really, there's not a boring moment to be had in the whole film. So, yeah, of course I recommend it... if you're looking for a serious horror film, though, you won't be pleased.Alas, to let you know what you're getting into here, the leader of the group isn't even named Igor -- he's just a member of the group.
(es) wrote: all star cast in this esther williams musical vehicle
(kr) wrote: One of How Green Was My Valley's biggest issues is that it doesn't follow the "show, don't tell" rule of filmmaking. The narrator is a tedious and overbearing presence for most of the film. A young Roddy McDowall gives a good performance as the young protagonist, Huw, but the rest of the characters and storylines feel bland and underdeveloped. Perhaps members of the Academy grew up working in the coal mines and got caught up in the nostalgia of this film, which is why they awarded it Best Picture, because there really doesn't seem to be another reason.
(jp) wrote: I think that really immature people might be the only ones who might like it.