You may also like
O Gerente torrent reviews
Ejan Y (de) wrote: Among the Zombie movies i like this one the most...
Derek D (ru) wrote: Very Aeon Flux-like, which is a big reason why I ejnjoyed this so much. Style points go to the all-important task of gettiing Vin and Keith back to do the voices in this sort-of followup to Pitch Black. Certainly different than the others in the series, but too short and does seems a bit hurried. Not too bad, though, overall.
John N (es) wrote: The Two Towers is by no stretch of the imagination an underwhelming middle chapter. This is just as good as The Fellowship of the Ring, taking are characters in more complex situations and increasing the stakes for a film that keeps you engaged even in its quiet moments, and the pay-off in Helm's Deep is a one of a kind. Another Lord of the Rings masterpiece.
Kevin M W (ru) wrote: Michael Moore's comedy may not be for everyone as evidenced by the disparity of reviews here ... but I laughed throughout. The jokes may not be huge, certainly not as big as the egos of the countries it lampoons, but there was a undercurrent of truth in the gags that'll keep 'em in yer head long after you see it.
Jennifer A (es) wrote: After watching [i]Sid & Nancy [/i]I decided to drag out a very worn out copy of The [b]Decline of Western Civilization[/b], the 1981 documentary of the late 70's and early 80's LA punk scene. Directed Penelope Spheeris, [i]Decline[/i], moreso than any film, captures everything that was exciting and fresh about punk rock music. The camera is right in the middle of the pit, and you feel like just another audience member in these seedy nightclubs. But it's more than concert footage, Spheeris interviews the bands as well as journalists and the punks themselves, giving viewers an essence of what this punk thing was all about. I was too young to see any shows when this came out, but was fortunate enough two be a part of this scene in the mid 80's before it gave way to another less important wave of punk. Some of the bands featured include X, Black Flag, Fear, Circle Jerks, and the Germs. The violently self-destructive Darby Crash of the Germs makes Sid Vicious seem tame! Worth seeing if you have any interest in the American punk/hardcore scene of the early 80's. [b]Lars Von Triers Epidemic [/b]is as strange of a picture as I've seen in a long, long time. It's an experimental horror film about a writer/director (Lars von Trier) working on a script about a horror plague. It shifts back and forth from documentary style (von Trier working on the script) to bits where the script is being acted out. It's rather difficult to watch, and I almost shut this thing off. Lars von Trier has an immense imagination and would eventually create some incredibly good films, but [i]Epidemic [/i]feels more like a film school experiment gone terribly wrong, than a fully functional film. Intriguing at times, but too haphazard to appeal to anyone but the hardest of hardcore Lars von Trier fans.
Virgilio L (nl) wrote: Quite Bad Ass with a hint of Fear and Loathing, Excepcionalmente fuerte con materai comico y dramatico
James x (de) wrote: A very interesting view of how hard it was for black relationships during that era. I like the complexity of the characters and the depth to which the film goes to provide all the factors surrounding the problems the main character has with family, love, and living as a black man.
Ashley H (au) wrote: Krull is a disappointing film. It is about a prince and a fellowship of companions set out to rescue his bride from a fortress of alien invaders who have arrived on their home planet. Ken Marshall and Freddie Jones give horrible performances. The script is badly written. Peter Yates did a terrible job directing this movie. I was not impressed with this motion picture.
Dianne A (kr) wrote: Fun trip exploring the wonders of Iceland!
Kieran F (ag) wrote: The book is better but considering the subject matter of the book and how it's handled in the film I'd say they did a decent job.
Allan C (nl) wrote: I remember this film freaking me out when I watched it back in the day and after I watched it I remember it was the dream sequence where Tawny Kitaen gets her head cut off with an axe that freaked me out. However, watching this film now, it is an absolutely terrible film. The story revolves around a Kitaen, who you may remember from "The Perils of Gwendoline in the Land of the Yik Yak" or her appearances in several Whitesnake videos, becoming obsessed with a Ouija board (but called a Witchboard in the title since Ouija is a trademarked name by Hasbro) and then eventually becomes controlled by evil spirits. The film is low budgets, horribly acted, not at all suspenseful and just dumb. There was one actor, who actually gives the only good performance, who I could not pace while re-watching this film and it was driving me crazy, but I eventually placed him as "Patch" from Days of Our Lives, which I keep up on since my wife is an avid watcher. Don't bother revisiting this horror film except for ironic purposes.
Sean T (br) wrote: A film noteworthy for some fine, naturalistic performances and an understated story of true bravery. I dread to think what some filmmakers could have done with this material, but the writers and director handle the action (and lack of it) with subtlety and aplomb. A fine piece of conflict cinema.