Clemente, a moneylender of few words, is a new hope for Sofía, his single neighbor, devoted to the October worship of Our Lord of the Miracles. They're brought together over a new-born baby, fruit of Clemente's relationship with a prostitute who's nowhere to be found. While Clemente is looking for the girl's mother, Sofía cares for the baby and looks after the moneylender's house. With the arrival of these beings in his life, Clemente has the opportunity to reconsider his emotional relations with people

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October torrent reviews

Donna P (ca) wrote: you gotta love a dysfunctional family Christmas

Sai g (ru) wrote: coool movie...shows who tamilians are...we thought to the world courage,battling and scince and arts....only negatives are the graphics otherwise it rocks.....

Tim S (au) wrote: Seriously, why do people hate hate this movie?

Julian T (jp) wrote: A very unconventional take on the giant bug genre. Pretty much 'Rear Window' meets the original 'Mimic'. Does a good job tying into the original films and continuing the story. Unfortunatly, the pacing betrays the film, as it is pretty boring for the first 45 minutes, and we're left watching questionable actors struggle with a questionable script, in questionable directon production. Director Petty does a good job of covering up the awful effects by keeping his creatures backlit and almost exclusively in the shadows. Despite the majority of the film being fairly boring, the last 20 minutes is a brutal gorefest that at least comes close to making the previous 45 worth it. Even though he's only in it for a short period, Lance Henriksen makes any movie he's in way cooler. All in all, the interesting attempt with a frenzied climax, but its slow beginning and amaturish production keep it from being anything other than so-so.

Jason R (de) wrote: I let my friend borrow this movie and he's kept it since 2004. I am upset.

Deb S (es) wrote: i hate these kind of movies but i loved this one! watch it. it's actually really good

Janine M (gb) wrote: I wondered for most of the movie how this won Best Picture.. and what the tragedy is that they go through.. twist endings get me every time.

Julie H (mx) wrote: A charming and gentle story which unfolds against the beauty of Italy.

Steve W (de) wrote: Pure spectacle and delight, in the form of a great high adventure fantasy film. Jack is a farmer who saves the princess from a giant, and they label him Jack the Giant Killer. The evil wizard Pendragon is still after his revenge, so he sends all sorts of nasty creatures to kidnap the Princess and kill Jack. Full of monsters, magic, and might Ray Harryhausen effects, Jack the Giant Killer is killer fun.

Mason W (it) wrote: I am a very fan of Joan Crawford's. Flamingo Road from the late 40's was yet another gem. Joan plays a woman that ges stranded at a circus while trying out for a pageant. This was a stepping stone from being part of the circus to making money and power within this small southern town. A battle then ensues with the major politician in town whom wants to destroy anything she touches and is a part of.

Ben P (gb) wrote: "The bridal sweet is our best room. Just try not make as much noise as possible the guy in the next room has to get up at 5 am." Ha priceless.

brock h (us) wrote: An extremely bad movie. I'm talking possibly the worst of the year. Will Smith's attempt to put his son in the spotlight failed miserably. He was whining or crying the entire movie which made the audience almost side with the barbaric creatures. The movie looked decent but the less than par storyline destroyed that. I would not recommend this movie to anyone.

Richard G (es) wrote: I don't know how I missed this Sci-Fi "B" gem. It's obviously a variation on the Beowulf story -- as there are way too many parallels! Forget the critics on this one -- load up your drinking horn with meade ale and your bowl with organic popcorn soaked with grass-fed butter and dusted with engevita and enjoy the show!

Caitlin L (de) wrote: Loved the overall concept though.

Carl M (au) wrote: Amidst the ravages of the Civil War, a strange outbreak of living death has spread across the fields of battle, causing the dead to rise up and consume the flesh of the living. A lone warrior is left to carve a new life in this twisted new world, but he will find even more to fear in the other surviving humans than in the walking dead. John Geddes' ambitious period piece reshapes the history of the walking dead in EXIT HUMANITY. Not only is the film beautifully shot and finely dressed in its best wartime attire, but it also provides powerful performances by its leading cast members Mark Gibson and Adam Seybold. Geddes spends his time carefully crafting his characters without feeling the need to rush either the action or gore, an encouraging trait that is shared with television's The Walking Dead. This allows for a clear emotional rapport with our lead that is carried on through the end of his journey. Bill Moseley joins the cast as the disillusioned General Williams, along with Dee Wallace and Stephen McHattie in other supporting roles. Rich in character, atmosphere, and mood, EXIT HUMANITY is never to be overlooked.