Pulse 2: Afterlife
The world has been reshaped by the invasion of ghosts via the wireless internet. Cities are deserted, technology has been destroyed and the few remaining human beings eschew anything electrical in order to avoid a confrontation with the soulless ghosts that now wander the planet. Most of the ghosts are doomed to a repetitive loop of something they did while they were still despairing humans (a man repeatedly hangs himself, for example), but there are some ghosts so locked in denial, they do not know they are dead. They continue to haunt their homes, wrapped in fear that their souls will soon be torn from them.
- Stars:Todd Giebenhain, Diane Ayala Goldner, Rachel Robinson, Dodie Brown, Georgina Rylance, Jamie Bamber, Andy Martin, Claudia Templeton, Lee Garlington, Karley Scott Collins, Boti Bliss, John Gulager, Robin McGee, Grant James, Vincent Rice,
- Director:Joel Soisson,
- Writer:Joel Soisson
Now the dead can come back through mobile phones and Wi-Fi. Stephen and daughter Justine run from an internet ghost of Stephen's late wife to a cabin but she appears on a laptop via emails ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Pulse 2: Afterlife torrent reviews
(gb) wrote: While the film feels boring at several times, the story and the performances by every actor present are the only reason you will want to keep on watching it.
(mx) wrote: Once again, the politically incorrect humor runs rampant as OSS 117 delivers another hilarious adventure thanks to Dujarden
(mx) wrote: Entertaining enough but it's no crash. Some good and some not so good performances.
(nl) wrote: This one was a really good action thriller. It got all the nice explosions, car chases and stuff. It also had a really good story imo.
(it) wrote: Larry Charles caliber for sure.
(mx) wrote: Seidl constructs a "naturalist" filter through which he constructs banalities and cruelties in an Austrian suburb. Seidl is tight-lipped about his judgments and vague about his motives. The film creates ambiguity in the horror, pornography, misogyny and violence it represents. Comparisons have been raised with Haneke [both are Austrian] but they are without merit because where Haneke would've interrogated, Seidl affirms or defers. A film that told me less about the filmmaker and more about those who reviewed it. If you have a sweet tooth for watching banalities, torture, the destruction of women performed towards quasi-absurdist purposes, this is for you.
(nl) wrote: Extremely frightening like everything else David Lynch is involved in.
(nl) wrote: This is one of my all time Favorite movies...I have to sit and watch it occasionally. Not only is it well written, but the actors are perfect in their roles. Cameron Mitchell as Boss Rojack is hilarious, Joseph Bologna is the hard-knuckled but fair star of Comedy Cavalcade. Mark-Lynn Baker and Peter O'Toole are a great 1-2 punch, and great supporting and special characters like Lainie Kazan as Belle May Steinfeld Carroca, and Jessica Harper as K.C. Downing, the subject of Benjy Stone's ( Mark-Lynn Baker) romance. If you can get this online and watch it, you'll have the time of your life. If you miss it, well, shame on you for six weeks.
(es) wrote: Allen Jay Lerner was high on speed when he wrote these lyrics...and they still are Phenominal! COME BACK TO ME
(jp) wrote: Fun last edition to hammer's vampire lore
(de) wrote: Sam Raimi returns to the genre that him famous with a delightfully gross film that falls short of being a classic due to an excess of jump scares and a lesson that I'm not even sure the filmmakers understood.
(es) wrote: It is an excellent film, which probably suffered unfairly at the hands of the critics and cinema-goers because it turned out not to be 'Saving Private Ryan in the Pacific'. Instead it is an honest personal attempt to understand the motivations and actions behind not only 'that' photograph, but war as a whole. It also underlines the darker side of not only the war in the Pacific, but the manufacture of 'heroes', the treatment of veterans, and cynical exploitation of fame and horrific circumstances. Production-wise Phillipe and Beach both deliver incredibly strong performances, equalled by the superb cinematography which gives one an easy understanding of the scale and geography of the combat without breaking jarringly from the story. Indeed the smoothness of the narrative, even as it jumps in time and space over decades and thousands of miles, is testament to how good this film and Eastwood's direction are. It would be the best film made about the Pacific War in at least the last decade if it weren't for its even better companion piece, Letters from Iwo Jima.
(fr) wrote: it's van helsing bad, cgi is only redeeming feature. Script and bad acting galore
(au) wrote: a nice small movie that pleas for tolerance....entertaing for a lazy sunday afternoon