Planet Dinosaur: Ultimate Killers

Planet Dinosaur: Ultimate Killers

Adapted from the multi-award winning BBC1 series, Planet Dinosaur 3D recreates the lost world of the dinosaurs in a groundbreaking stereoscopic production. This is one of the most ambitious animated programmes ever attempted for broadcast TV, recreating every detail of these extraordinary animals in an entirely digital production that stretches the boundaries of broadcast 3D with a scale and ambition normally reserved for Hollywood feature films. Planet Dinosaur 3D is a thrilling and immersive journey into a lost world. Pulling together cutting edge research from around the world this programme uses the latest, stunning fossil evidence to chart the rise and fall of the 'Ultimate Killers'; from the iconic Spinosaurus, the largest predator ever to walk the Earth, to Microraptor and the feathered, flying dinosaurs from China. At last, thanks to the advances in technology, and for the first time ever, these monsters can be experienced in all their full, magnificent wonder.

Adapted from the multi-award winning BBC1 series, Planet Dinosaur Ultimate Killers recreates the lost world of the dinosaurs in a groundbreaking stereoscopic production. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Planet Dinosaur: Ultimate Killers torrent reviews

Cameron T (ru) wrote: One of the worst movies I have ever seen. The acting and story line was so bad that I turned off after 20 minutes

Dinesh P (de) wrote: A girl cheats a jeweler who loves her into gifting her dus tola ( approx 100 gms) of Gold chain. Moment she gets the gift she and fathers cheat him and gets marrried to a boy from dubai. FAther gifts the gold chain as his own to the girl in dowry. Story takes a twist after some years when it is revealed that the husband was a mere driver and been thrown out of Dubai and now wants to sell the same gold chain to the jeweler for money. What happens is the climax. A simple and sweet film do not expect much from it.

Jordon J (ru) wrote: A very suprisingly good straight to dvd horror film it's really rare that these type of films come along,It's got an intriguing story line & it's entertaining as hell,I say SEE IT!!!

Shawn W (ru) wrote: wonderful film by...who else...HBO!

Dave N (ru) wrote: Not bad, for a rom-com, with a satisfying amount of truisms and various fun visual effects.

Allan C (fr) wrote: Crude and crass comedy is passable enough tot entertainment if you're in the right mood and you like Artie Lange. The story, such as it is, involves Lange's loser character and his loser softball team trying to beat the cocky team for the league championship. It's a pretty standard slobs vs. snobs comedy, but a good cast, which includes Ralph Macchio, Seymour Cassel, Laurie Metcalf, Tina Fey, Jim Breuer, and Nick DiPaolo, along with enough funny, albeit crude, moments here and there that make it worth watching. My favorite bit was that Artie had Loni Anderson and Heather Thomas posters up in his bedroom.`

Tooba A (de) wrote: To be honest, each 'Scary Movie' gets dumber and dumber as it goes on.

Tommy H (kr) wrote: I think this is Aronofsky's best movie. Even better than The Wrestler. I've never seen the way a movie is filmed do such a good job of expressing the way the central character is feeling. It's a masterpiece of psychological expressionism. I love the intensity of the headache scenes. When Max is looking in the mirror picking at his head reminds me of the inky grittiness of Taxi Driver and the industrial, dream-like escapism of Eraserhead. The scenes where Max is walking around, feeling paranoid; the camera is close to his head and centered on him chewing his fingers while the background is disorientating and dizzy. And the way it flashes to ordinary people staring at him. Requiem For A Dream wanted to make you sick and succeeded in that not so noble ambition, Pi wants to make you anxious and paranoid -- my kind of movie -- and it succeeds. The way the narrative is expressed visually is beautiful and eerie. And the soundtrack is perfect; chaotic and synthetic. Clint Mansell also did the great soundtrack for Requiem. The script itself I found not so brilliant, but it was appropriate for this kind of experience. I just wish it was a little less zany. But then again, maybe the zaniness was necessary.For fans of this movie I highly recommend The Conversation by Francis Ford Coppola.

Frederic C (au) wrote: L'auberge Rouge Corenne... Ji Woon Kim fait ses armes et elles sont dj affutes question comdie. Servi par des acteurs trs en jambesUne famille en or, tente de se lancer dans l'htellerie, c'est pas gagn, surtout quand ils s'aperoivent que c'est le lieu prfrs des partants pour l'au-del... Les situations cocasses se succdent sans jamais tre trop lourdes , Very very good

Paul M (jp) wrote: Standard by the numbers supernatural thriller but does the job.

Shuug M (ag) wrote: Painful part of our history

Josiah C (it) wrote: Another great installment.

justin g (mx) wrote: this movie is only good in spots and those spots all involve john hurt in drag!

Martin T (nl) wrote: Technically, one of the best Bunuels I've seen. The cinematography is striking, the acting spot on, everything is just right. But as far as content goes, not especially interesting. Doesn't really seem to add much to the Bunuel oeuvre. Class differences, anti-fascist statements, foot fetishism... he's covered this ground before. The characters, particularly the titular role, lack significant depth. The film has some good humor to it, but ultimately not much to offer.

Art S (ag) wrote: Randolph Scott again plays a stoic straight-up and honorable loner who, in the course of doing good (rescuing white women who have been taken hostage by the Comanches -- who are portrayed as savage and from a distance), ends up running with some bad guys. We gradually learn his motives (which may or may not be the $5000 bounty offered by Mrs. Lowe's husband). Beautifully set in a familiar western terrain full of boulders. Claude Akins stars as a baddie, not hamming it up too much, in fact.

Ryan Q (mx) wrote: Win One For The Gipperenough said