Nami has been creating artwork for a new video game based on images she's been seeing in her dreams. With one of the game producers, she travels out to an abandoned house that seems to ...

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Otogiriso torrent reviews

Jocey D (ca) wrote: It was actually quite interesting, touching and depressing. You can still see Kristen Stewart's true personality come through her character but it suits the portrayal.

Matt H (fr) wrote: As an avid record collector, I can completely understand why the preservation of the video format is just as important as any other in this digital age, yet this documentary still surprised me in a lot of way. While it could have gone with a bit more funding for graphics and editing, this is still a very interesting, important and funny documentary. A must for film buffs.

Mia F (nl) wrote: Yes I actually watched this! Ha!

Jason K (ca) wrote: Still in the top 10 list.

Juan S (de) wrote: i love this movie can't wait for 2

Ryan E (nl) wrote: A good plotline with good intentions, let down by a poorly constructed scripts, random plot points thrown in throughout the film, horrible direction, barely existent editing and a lack sound mixing makes this film painful to watch. If ddone correctly this could have been not a bad film at all, but besides a good 'synopsis' the film fails in every aspect of filmmaking.

Caley B (br) wrote: Gosh, every time I think of this movie, I think of one scene in particular. It's when Agnus and Theresa are on the stairs... and Agnus just got back from her relasped night out so to speak and Theresa has been waiting up for her the entire time... Well, they share a very honest and vulnerable moment that was really emotional. Something by that scene struck me enough to really just love this movie.

Private U (es) wrote: An excellent film of revenge, if you can find a copy, watch it.

Naareno H (it) wrote: Seeing Werckmeister Harmnik progress, to me, was like watching a painting. Beautiful, slow, moving and at times charming. But like many paintings, I think this film is profound beyond my intellect; If I try, I could interpret it in a way others wouldn't because Werckmeister Harmnik is so ambivalent... like a Picasso painting. Many people did not quite interpret what an artist like Picasso intended to convey with some of his works. This film is no different. Really engaging and steady. But careful, for I feel this movie can be as entertaining to some as watching paint dry! It can be excruciating or it can be thought provoking. I'm looking forward to see what else the auteur behind this piece has under his sleeve.

TheMrs i (ru) wrote: I watched this movie again yesterday for about the 3rd time and I am usually not one for repeats but I loved this movie. It was like it was the first time!

Riley O (fr) wrote: A little slower than the original but still a good Clint Eastwood Action movie.

Russell G (kr) wrote: Starts off as a menacing mad doctor thriller with lots of atmosphere. Sadly, it all get's a bit goofy and childish. The effects are pretty well done and it looks gorgeous, so not a total waste.

Orlok W (gb) wrote: A treasured artifact from the age of the ancient Americans--Great horror-mystery!!

Michael W (au) wrote: This is a great movie about how far you are willing to forgive someone you love.

Jiri B (au) wrote: Isaac Asimov's short story turned into big budget film that has only one thing in common: robots.

Alexandre B (it) wrote: Pas dtest, mais a manque cruellement de gags!