In Paris, two workers find a hidden chamber while digging the underground of the Saint Jean André Church. They collect the valuable objects in the spot but they are attacked by a creature. ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Rise of the Gargoyles
Workers involuntarily release a gargoyle that proceeds to behead those who took her eggs (and some who didn't!).
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familiar s (au) wrote: August 31, 2014Yet another badventure by Sajid, but it wasn't pure trash as expected. Saif was the worst of the lot. 1/5.
Paul D (br) wrote: The acting is terrible, the story has certainly been done before, but at least it doesn't take itself seriously.
Nakia W (jp) wrote: Great documentary. If you love music, you'll love Thunder Soul.
Slappy M (br) wrote: Worth a Netflix rental, this silly little low-budget comedy lives and dies on the charisma of the lead actor, Jimmy Tsai. Lots of mugging and such, but overall pretty quirky and fun.
Sam K (gb) wrote: Movie presents a lot of ideas in a unique way. Most fascinating aspects are the social theory justification and the presentation of case studies to back up broad theories about human interaction.
Angina C (nl) wrote: OmGoodness i love this movie.
DC F (jp) wrote: Very well-acted with likeable characters and some funny moments as well as dramatic moments. A well-rounded movie that felt good at the end.
Hollie S (au) wrote: Very moving movie. Deep stuff here. Great song to accompany the movie.
David L (kr) wrote: Thanks to emotional intensity, authentic story and absolutely astonishing special effects, The Phantom Carriage manages to feel otherworldly, creepy and quite atmospheric. The plot structure with flashbacks is also highly amusing and advanced. It is incredinly engaging for a silent movie, immensely original, beautifully filmed, very influential, warm, smart, spooky and quite possibly the best film of the decade and the finest Swedish film ever.
Kyle E (jp) wrote: I Loved This Film with The World's Most Famous Actor Robert Barton Englund