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New World Disorder 10: Dust and Bones

New World Disorder 10: Dust and Bones

The final chapter in the epic saga known as New World Disorder. Shot in high definition with RED cameras you' ll witness the ultimate throw down segment by Darren Berrecloth, unbelievable ...

The final chapter in the epic saga known as New World Disorder. Shot in high definition with RED cameras you' ll witness the ultimate throw down segment by Darren Berrecloth, unbelievable ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Tasha W (ru) wrote: This movie was really good, I'd never heard of it, I read what it was about and recorded it awhile ago, finally watched it, and what a trip. Highly recommended

Luis C (fr) wrote: Apesar de contar com um timo elenco, "De Bico Calado" aposta em roteiro fraco e que faz tudo no filme soar extremamente artificial.

Maverick (es) wrote: fucking right dude... it made living in Ky a little easier

Jamie C (de) wrote: Not a fan of Jack Black but I did enjoy it and laughed a few times, More silly than funny.

James H (kr) wrote: A rather unthrilling thriller. Yet another dud from Dolph Lundgren. This on is about terrorists at an American base in Israel. Not very exciting, downright boring at times.

James C (ru) wrote: I saw this movie in Philadelphia recently. What I like about this movie is that it affirms the importance of love between father and son and how such love requires care and effort to come through.Unlike run-of-the-mill movies that dish out plenty of sex, violence and guile, this movie is made for all ages, and especially for people who like to sing.It is a movie for young people who have yet to understand the meaning of family love. This movie could remind otherwise jaded adults that love is possible only if one can give it. For this reason alone, I give it a five star rating.

Rendan L (au) wrote: Unnecessarily raunchy, cliche, and tired. Grade: D+

Jake A (kr) wrote: A gripping drama set in a military academy. The two leads are great, the plot is well laid out and the script is decent.

Donna Marie J (ca) wrote: The whole family loved The Hundred-Foot Journey. We love foodie movies and good stories about relationships and family. This one had all of that plus a great storyline. Well done!

Tom M (gb) wrote: "Frightmare" (not "Frightmare 2") is an excellent, macabre horror from Pete Walker - superb performance from Sheila Keith and an edgy, uneasy atmosphere is created. Dark deeds in the English suburbs, old ladies proving a malevolent threat and all that.