Outlaw Prophet

Outlaw Prophet

Jon 141 founds himself stuck in a world of out-of-control reality TV. Every week, he has to fight for higher ratings and his life. But now, the network wants more viewers, and sleazy producer Quinton McBride knows just how to do it. By destroying Earth along with Jon 141. Will he be able to battle evil and save Earth at the same time?

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Outlaw Prophet torrent reviews

Tango G (gb) wrote: A bit scattered, but some good performances and characters. I agree, the serial killer storyline seemed forced, and the movie might have been better without it.

David U (br) wrote: The casting is great, and that's about the only positive thing to say about Rain Fall. Apart from the general lackluster, it really does not do the book justice, in story, characters, or mood. For as fantastic as the source material is, this movie is a bitter disappointment.

Harsh C (ca) wrote: my keen senses sniffed out the developing moral romantic comedy tale after only 10 minutes so quickly hit the stop button

Nataa L (fr) wrote: The adults are always a bit complicated. Slow and at times overdramatic, but visually artistic and pretty.

Antwan J J (au) wrote: A pretty good romantic comedy that has a very unique story but is very relatable kudos tto the cast and director

cj o (mx) wrote: Not cartoony enough to be a good kids' movie. Matthew Broderick doesn't even sound a thing like the Gadget from the cartoon! As a kid, I was bored with it at times. At least Claw wasn't cheesy looking, and the movie had a little humor. The special effects should have been better, too.

Michael E (ag) wrote: Stupid in nearly every sense of the word, yet bizarrely entertaining. While it does have some very distracting problems and some pacing issues, the goofiness in Joe Dante's direction and the effects make it a passable film with some entertainment value.

Chris C (kr) wrote: A RoboCop rip-off a year before there was RoboCop.The type of movie they show on Fox at 4am Sunday

Matty S (es) wrote: Brilliantly made. Bob Fosse's film is so realistic, grim and dark it is almost impossible to watch.

Tio B (de) wrote: Nailing New York nihilism decades before "Seinfeld", LITTLE MURDERS calls to mind other "black comedies" from the 1970s--WHERE'S POPPA, LAW AND DISORDER, et al.--but this one is exceptionally angry, and violently anti-violence.

Craig B (ru) wrote: Loved this movie as it is a black comedy.Very smart and original movie plot.Can't go wrong with Toni Collette.A must see. Brilliant ??? xxx

Alex R (au) wrote: It was okay, not as good as some of the previous ones.

Jacob M (ca) wrote: PART OF MY CLASSIC VIEWINGS OF 2014 LISTNote: There's two different versions of the film. One is the original silent version from 1925. The other, rereleased in 1942, is the same movie, but with sound effects and some narration from Charlie Chaplin himself. The version I ended up watching was the 1925 version, which was the version I wanted to see as it's the original cut of the film.Silent cinema has become a growing interest for me. After decently enjoying the 1925 version of Phantom of the Opera and was captivated by Charlie Chaplin's Modern Times and George Meliles' A Trip to the Moon, I decided to give more silent films a look (as there's at least four on my classic viewing list, Phantom being one of them). Charlie Chaplin was definitely one of the comedians to watch in the silent films I chose, especially after loving Modern Times. It's very impressive to see someone dedicated to making a film, and Chaplin is definitely one of those people. Like with Modern Times, Chaplin not only starred in The Gold Rush, but he wrote, directed, and scored the film, and he does a fantastic job. I can honestly say that The Gold Rush is one of the funniest comedies I've ever seen!In The Gold Rush, Charlie Chaplin plays his signature Little Tramp character, but at the same time, he's also called "The Lone Prospector", as he's in Alaska being part of the Yukon gold rush. Forced to share a cabin with two larger prospectors, Big Jim McKay (Mack Swain) and thief Black Larsen (Tom Murray), as due to a heavy storm. Chaplin finds himself starving and desperately looking for food. After the storm, Chaplin finds himself in love with the lovely dancer Georgia (Georgia Hale), but she's not interested in his charms. Chaplin then reunites with an amnesia-stricken Big Jim on a journey to look for more gold... and no matter the situations he gets into, the results are very, very entertaining.This is my second experience with Charlie Chaplin (with the first being 1936's Modern Times, which I also loved). I don't know if it's my fascination for classic comedies, or my enjoyment for Modern Times, but I thought The Gold Rush was even funnier than Modern Times, funnier than some of Capra's films, funnier than The Three Stooges, funnier than any screwball comedy I've seen, and definitely funnier than so-called modern comedy!The big success of the film definitely has to go to Charlie Chaplin, who's definitely one of the greatest comedians to ever live on this earth! No matter how obnoxious his character's situations, Chaplin makes every scene he's in a hoot! From blowing out the door due to the storm, to the infamous "chicken hallucination" scene, to Chaplin's bread-dancing dinner dream sequence, to a big, elaborate climax where Chaplin's cabin dangles off a cliff, every sequence is very entertaining and Chaplin nails what he does best, which is to be funny. There's a reason why Chaplin is arguably the greatest comedian ever, and it's that he has heart in what he does. He doesn't have to rely on raunchy sex jokes to be funny. He doesn't have to tell juvenile poop jokes to be funny. All Chaplin has to do is move a muscle, and he's immediately very, very hilarious to watch. While I still have a long way to go in experiencing Charlie Chaplin's film library (or silent cinema, in that matter), I was very impressed with The Gold Rush. It's arguably the funniest comedy I've seen; Chaplin's comedy is fantastically hilarious to watch, the dramatic moments work well in building up to the comedy (it's called a dramatic comedy for a reason), every scene is extremely memorable, the pacing is brilliantly paced, and Chaplin's direction is flawless! The Gold Rush is a rare comedy that gets my highest score (along with Bringing Up Baby, Who Framed Roger Rabbit, The Great Race, and Modern Times), and, from what I've experienced, it's in my book "the comedy to top all comedies."