When their ship crash-lands on a remote planet, the marooned passengers soon learn that escaped convict Riddick isn't the only thing they have to fear. Deadly creatures lurk in the shadows, waiting to attack in the dark, and the planet is rapidly plunging into the utter blackness of a total eclipse. With the body count rising, the doomed survivors are forced to turn to Riddick with his eerie eyes to guide them through the darkness to safety. With time running out, there's only one rule: Stay in the light.
- Category:Action, Horror, Sci-Fi
- Stars:Vin Diesel, Radha Mitchell, Keith David, Claudia Black, Cole Hauser,
- Director:David Twohy,
- Writer:Jim Wheat (story), Ken Wheat (story), Jim Wheat (screenplay), Ken Wheat (screenplay), David Twohy (screenplay)
A commercial transport ship and its crew are marooned on a planet full of bloodthirsty creatures that only come out to feast at night. The vicious and bloodthirsty mutants, who live underground, have killed all previous inhabitants of the planet; they cannot stand sunlight, but research reveals that the planet has a total eclipse every 22 years, and the latest one is due any moment. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Pitch Black torrent reviews
(mx) wrote: "I love to watch it again and again. Quite a relief from Raj-Simran lovestories. Ranbir and Priyanka rocked the movie. Vishal and Shekhar did very very well. It not at all a time-waster rather a time grabber. From my side Very Good..."
(kr) wrote: A weird combination; a straight up horror ghost story starring Jessica Grace Smith and Raybon Kan that has a bizarre turn from Bret MacKenzie of Flight of the Conchords. In the midst of serious situations he just wanders in and plays it like a comedy. It isn't enough to save the movie from mediocrity nor is Rhys Darby in an amusing smaller role. Those expecting the usual Conchords shennanigans can look elsewhere.
(es) wrote: Okay, I get it. Not every Japanese person on the planet agreed with the war, and yes it sucks to oppose your emperor, god almighty, in the face of fervent nationalism. But in comparison to the atrocities committed against non-Japanese people, the treatment of Tobei pales considerably, not that it discounts his suffering anymore than someone else's, but somehow, I could not relate well to the characters. I can't see that this film was centered on the mother entirely either. It is more about events surrounding a small Tokyo family.
(jp) wrote: The notion that Gandhi managed to save the soul of a nation, but failed to save the soul of his own son is attention-grabbing, and this is particularly due to the lack of exposure their troubled association has had.But somehow the performances and the screenplay fail to grip and elevate this from an average to an exceptional piece of cinema.
(kr) wrote: With Fernando Gabeira in the news lately (he was very nearly elected mayor of Rio de Janeiro), it was high time to see this film. It is a film whose value lies largely in its interesting ethical questions and a fairly captivating narrative. This said, it is typical of a Bruno Barreto, somewhat artless and glossy but with some decent acting.As people said, the dictatorship came into power on the night of March 31-April 1, 1964. The film covers events following the protests of 1968 and AI-5, a set of laws that severely curtailed the already limited civil liberties of Brazilians.
(jp) wrote: Creepiest Jeremy Piven scene and worst montage ever. Awful 90s excuse of a rip-off. This doesn't even come close to the caliber of the original Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde storyline. GENDER ROLES!
(kr) wrote: Thursday, July 4, 2013 (1994) North ADVENTURE FANTASY/ COMEDY The film that is loathed both by critics and by audience members. This film also happens to be director Rob Reiner's first expensive flop after a string of hit movies, it was this film that put his directing to a complete halt- even I couldn't adapt to the film at first after watching the first 10 or 15 minutes of it. But as a result of watching many films later, I stumbled onto a film which I kind of liked and it was directed by Wes Anderson called "Moonrise Kingdom" which the whole environment has been altered to what one can perceive to be created by kids and children alike, and possibly from many children books. And then, after looking at this commercial VHS copy by the surface for many more months I decided to give this movie another shot since I liked "Moonrise Kingdom". And it was about that time that I was able to adapt and like what I was seeing because the ridiculous set up as well as the environment had been altered to the eyes from children. This is what children would do if the roles are completely reversed is by "not" listening to their parents and to be able to play and eat as many candy as they possibly could. The set up regarding North(played by a rather young Elijah Wood) labelled as the perfect child but was forced to divorce his parents since they don't appreciate him for all the great things he does such as the best grades and athlete which somehow serves as a backdrop to the many crazy scenarios created and possibly experienced by children. Everybody knows that a perfect straight A child and best all around role model to be ignored by selfish parents is highly unlikely because in actuality parents live their lives through their children. What Rob Reiner failed to do what Wes Anderson did right was that he gradually explained to the audience that it was an environment made up by kids, Rob Reiner on the other hand introduced this to us almost by force. As a result of watching "Moonrise Kingdom" made "North" much easier to watch since it's the opposite of what audiences and critics are accustomed from Rob Reiner as a director. It's like getting Martin Scorsese doing a "Star Wars" movie or Spielberg attempting to do an improvised "R" rated "Lethal Weapon" movie creating a new stigma that's hard to shake and takes some time getting used to. After such films as "The Princess Bride" "When Harry Met Sally", "This Is Spinal Tap", "Misery" and "Stand By Me" how can audiences 'adjust' to this new kind of movie directed by Rob Reiner because we can't- therefore, we are looking at "North" as a Rob Reiner film rather than just a film that is directed by Rob Reiner. The idea about a child with blonde hair and glasses exploiting the American system reaching the ranks of becoming President of the united States is absurd and ridiculous but to a child's eye, I'm sure they would love to see that happen. And Bruce Willis is amusing in several different roles from dressing in a pink bunny outfit to a gunslinger to Fed Ex courier but is only there to help and guide North's adventures who was searching for a new family who can appreciate for what he's done thus far is the most unusual and fascinating thing I had ever seen. Willis's role here in "North" is somewhat similar to his role in "Moonrise Kingdom" except that their is no love interest this time for a 11 year old boy just a far out imagination. Low 3 out of 4 stars
(de) wrote: One of the most original films eve made, like a nightmare translated to cinema, David Lynch's feature debut is a truly disturbing, hypnotic and immersive experience, watch in the early hours of the morning when most other people are asleep with the volume loud and the lights off for best results. It's an aquired taste for sure, but if you give over to it's haunting desolation, you will struggle to ever get it out of your head.
(au) wrote: The plot and ensuing developments are intriguing, but it appears that Dead Ringer suffers from shoddy, emotionless acting and questionable scripting.
(ca) wrote: The story of a poor man who compromises his job after losing his bicycle. carrying his son along wit the search. The powerful, evocative story will had you place in the old italy. It's a neorealistic drama that in the near future of "you never know" will catch u deja vu'ed and you realize that Bicycle thief is a truly important film and you watch it again, this time, your weeping...
(br) wrote: This film is absolutely dreadful. While wonderfully acted, the movie is mean and ugly toward women, treating them as ignorant and crazy for no explained reason. Hilary Swank's character is so pathetic that when the third act occurs, its less a shock to the audience and more what-the-f***. The final scene of the film, Tommy Lee drunkenly dancing away as his barge sails up river is so anti-climactic and confusing it's borderline infuriating. One is left wondering just how they can get back the wasted hours of their life watching this terrible film.
(ag) wrote: saw this with the girls and Heather too. Cute story about friendship and fairies.