Set in an alternative past where steam power still rules the world, Outpost 11 is the story of three soldiers manning a remote listening post in the Arctic Circle. One day the warning light goes off unexpectedly and their world is plunged in to chaos. Albert, Mason and Graham must fight the isolation, madness and arctic spiders to survive. Think 'The Thing' plus 'How I Ended this Summer' mixed with 'Videodrome.'
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Outpost 11 torrent reviews
(jp) wrote: If you liked the Strangers then this film may be for you, however though it holds your interest I didn't find it to be that great.
(br) wrote: It's hard to comprehend that this film is from the same man that gave us cinematic masterpieces like the Godfather. Twixt on the other hand is a silly self-indulgent snooze-fest of the highest order. It's not even interesting visually with it's horrible over-processed digital look. I only got half way through and even that required a Herculean effort. Avoid at all costs.
(jp) wrote: Apart from being random and having no story really, It was pretty good in a bad way, The main reason I liked this film has to be Tom Hardy he plays his part brilliant and bulked up so much, He really committed himself to the part, He even met the man himself to the learn how to act and talk like him, The film that made him what he is today, Dont watch it for the film itself it's nothing memorable but Tom Hardy's performance is.
(us) wrote: A cheesy vampire movie.....nothing special
(ca) wrote: A slap in the face to the fans of the video game and character. Moore direction focuses more on the cheap energy of the action then the stupid incomplete plot, tarnished from the great game. Whalberg's performance of Max Payne is like his other ones, stoned face and out of breath.
(ag) wrote: "Enchanted" is one of my top ten favorite Disney movies of the past decade. Not only does it pay loving homage to previous Disney classics of yesteryear, but it's also a witty, self-referential romantic comedy that finds humor for children and adults alike. The production and costume design is immaculate and the songs by Alan Menken and Stephen Schwartz are to die for ("That's How You Know" is a blast and "So Close" is a heartbreaking ballad). Now you just add a wonderful cast to the mix. Patrick Dempsey, James Marsden and Timothy Spall are a funny bunch and Susan Sarandon makes for a fine antagonist. But the movie belongs to Amy Adams. This film was every indication that she was a star in the making.
(ru) wrote: A family movie that you'll probably forget as soon as you're done with it. "Catch That Kid" is a very simple, dumb, boring movie that tries to be more than that, but because of that it just ended up being ridiculous. The soundtrack is inexsistent, acting is lame, the story itself is so fake that you just know where everything is going -- the only thing that I kind of liked were the first 5 minutes. Ok, they were plain and simple, but the introduction to the main characters was kind of cool. Relaxing, do not expect it to surprise you. There's basically NO turining point or unpredictable storyline, you can see everything that's coming. But it was fairly entertaining even though I'm sure I'll forget about it in a few week's time. -- It just lacks a solid plot and something to work on. But it's decent if you don't have anything better to do, and kids will probalby like it.
(au) wrote: Definitely the lightest Tinto Brass film I've seen so far. Pretty ridiculous. And what's up with the jealous boyfriend who has puritanical expectations of his girlfriend who wears short skirts without underwear and little tops without a bra. Exactly what does he expect of her? Silly movie.
(it) wrote: This is a wonderful piece of art bathed in art. The most general/public/friendly (audience pleasing) film from Greenaway maybe. Not recommended for those not very sensible to art and plots that are very much out there.
(au) wrote: Jihadist satire movie that has some dull moments and awkward jokes. Still the movie succeeds in being funny and satirical more often then not.
(nl) wrote: Probably the most anti-Disney movie ever, this takes the saccharine all-American Christmas Frank Capra town and subjects it to a gleeful and vicious assault by nasty little gremlins. Slow to start, the Gizmo character is an endearing little creation but when his progeny take centrestage, the film takes some nasty turns. Its sheer delight in abusing its ciphers of characters gets a bit wearing.
(mx) wrote: For the most part I liked it, but, for me, the violence was a little over the top here and there. Almost too much shooting and explosions for my personal taste. Lot of bangs.The coming together of some great classic action heroes was fun to see. The meeting in a church of 3 big action heroes with long successful careers is a classic moment. The bad guys are despicably bad. A girl needs saving. A bunch of classic heroes get their fair share of badass action fighting scenes. Bad guys pay their dues.One thing I didn't like, and this is just me, was too much blanket firing and big explosions, where I didn't feel sure that people who deserved to live weren't going down in some of that fire.Some of those soldiers may have had no choice but to work for an evil dictator. Just a thought.
(au) wrote: Absolutely boring...
(gb) wrote: A cheesy but good hearted 80s action flick. A story about a night babysitting filled with shenanigans and some laughs. Yes its dated but good family fare.