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Never Forget torrent reviews
Stefan D (it) wrote: So bad it's good!!! The werewolf looks more like a giant gremlin creature or something out of power rangers and talks and cracks jokes but I actually found I quite enjoyed it!! Richard Tyson is a great bad guy!! Well worth a watch for some light hearted horror
Bruce P (nl) wrote: Lots of twists and turns that make it interesting. The actors all do a nice job. The flaw in this movie is the story upon which it is based is simply not a good storyline.
loreno w (ru) wrote: heard alot about it, good reviews that i've seen, might have a look at when i can!
garrett s (kr) wrote: Bro idc about the dialogue on this movie only because this movie was my childhood man I watched this so much
Robert L (us) wrote: The weak link in the "Jurassic Park" series. There are one or two fantastic scenes and it's great to see Sam Neill back as the grumpy Alan Grant, but that's not enough to save the film from mediocrity with some truly implausible plot points and one of the most annoying characters ever. And the ending is so terribly rushed that it's almost as if the filmmakers decided to just call it quits and wrap it all up as quickly as possible. It's a shame.
Garnett R (de) wrote: One of the best John Candy movies
James D (it) wrote: This movie has Reb Brown, dinosaurs, laser guns, time travel... It's so bat-shit crazy, what's not to love?
Christopher H (it) wrote: Standard 50's B movie trash that is complete with cheesy dialogue, unnecessary narration, wacky science, military stock-footage, and stiff acting. The only reason to see this movie is for the Ray Harryhausen giant octopus, but even then the giant octopus is only in the movie for a total of ten minutes.
Tim S (au) wrote: This one came as a complete surprise to me. Here I was expecting a schlock horror film and what do I get? A very suspenseful and thought-provoking thriller. Fantastic I say! Like most thrillers, it takes it a bit to get going, but if you perservere with a bit of patience, you'll discover your heart racing while the suspense is wound up slowly over the course of the film. You can cut the tension with a knife when the creeps start creeping in, and surprisingly, none of them from Karloff himself really. I just can't get over how effective this film was. You're bound to find this in a cheap bin at a local K-Mart or Big Lots! (which is where I found it), but it's definitely worth more than its purchase price. Pick this one up and give it a chance if you spot it.
Earl C (ag) wrote: I really enjoyed the way this was made and Hopkins was good. Mirren is great, as usual.