In the peaceful town of Snowfield, Colorado something evil has wiped out the community. And now, its up to a group of people to stop it, or at least get out of Snowfield alive.

150 dead and 350 missing in the tiny mountain town of Snowfield, Colorado. And that's only the beginning... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Phantoms torrent reviews

Tim W (br) wrote: Typical English gangster movie with lots of vivid violent and swearing and nothing much to do with either London or Brighton.

Kellyann K (ru) wrote: This was a very decent film. It was very dramatic and the 'sins' just kept on coming and coming. The performances by Jolie and Banderas were awesome,, although I could never see them being a couple they worked well together. A very interesting movie overall.

Cooper H (gb) wrote: Armageddon has plenty of explosions, but also characters you don't care about in a movie that should be an hour shorter. Bay tries to deliver an emotional finale but just comes off as incredibly cheesy and out of place in an otherwise dull story.

Juste L (kr) wrote: i don't like films about Ernest...

Pat M (fr) wrote: not your typical movie involving police and a bad guy.keeps your interest,just hard to fully get a grip on.ending could've played out more-dull.

Justin B (au) wrote: It's the same movie. Tad better than Ghost galleon, mainly for having some kind of momentum but being the fourth in the series it's damn disappointing.

Amanda M (de) wrote: A feel-good satire musical comedy starring Malcolm McDowell. A film I can watch over and over and never get tired of it. Something out of the ordinary and I love it! The songs are amazing and the acting is great!

Bennice W (nl) wrote: Werner Herzog truly is the best director of all time.

Michael T (jp) wrote: MGM's warm, happy homage to the college musical genre, with June Allyson and Peter Lawford singing and dancing to hit songs from the Broadway show ("The Best Things In Life Are Free," "Just Imagine," "The Varsity Drag") as well as a new Comden-Green number,"The French Lesson." Best of all is Broadway actress Joan McCracken, whose comedy and dancing are used to good advantage, particularly in the Oscar-nominated "Pass That Peace Pipe." Mel Torme has a supporting role.

Jacob M (fr) wrote: Zombies. Ghosts. An evil witch. Many a movie has taken these things and just left it there and never delved deeper, but "ParaNorman" does not take anything at face value. "ParaNorman" is a movie which humanizes the strange and the bizarre and shows that, so often, the real monsters are those who are "normal". While some of the characters can be annoying and there are some cringe-worthy lines or moments, "ParaNorman" is a movie that directors of all genres need to watch. What is really so wonderful about "ParaNorman" is that all of the strange, bizarre characters like the zombies or the witch are delved into and shown to have so much depth and motivation. The zombies are revealed to be *spoilers* the town's late Puritan inhabitants who are trapped in limbo after committing a terrible act, the killing of a little girl who they believed to be a witch. The witch turns out to just be a girl who had experienced such pain and sadness that it made her angry and bitter, who turned into a monster only because she was made into one by those who feared her. "ParaNorman" is also a movie which says that violence is so often just a reaction to things that are different than us and only succeeds in creating more monsters for people to hate. In the end, it is talking and understanding what and who we fear that truly brings about resolution and healing. "ParaNorman" has it's faults, but it is such a powerful movie in the way it shows that those we fear are so often more afraid of us and that, when we judge and treat others badly because they're different from us, we are the monsters. "ParaNorman" also has so much style and has a great moment at the end where we discover that the big, macho jock actually has a boyfriend, which, by the end of the movie, is just the cherry on top. "ParaNorman" is what more movies, not just kids' movies, should aspire to be.