Secret Origin: The Story of DC Comics
A look at the history of the comic book publication that launched such legendary characters as Superman, Batman and Wonder Woman.
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Secret Origin: The Story of DC Comics torrent reviews
Karsh D (mx) wrote: While most of the jokes are poor in both style and timing there are some that hit the mark and are actuall quite funny. Sadly not enough of them.
Donnie G (ca) wrote: Laughable garbage, not even worth the time to write anything meaningful about this film.
Aj V (fr) wrote: I never understood why a girl would want a seal for a pet when I saw this movie as a kid, and I still don't know. Anyway, I hated this movie.
Jamie B (nl) wrote: Most of the girls I was involved with were like these sisters. So the movie became an exercise in patience.
Donna R (us) wrote: Sadly, the reviewers are correct who say the script is dead and Peck's performance is wooden. He's just too nice to play this megalomaniac. Douglas MacArthur deserves complexity, edginess, and borderline insanity in his portrayal, the kind George C. Scott gave to Patton. This movie is hagiography, even when it purports to show the less saintly side of MacArthur. It needs to show how his genius and divine sense of himself were as much his downfall as his success--i.e. his hubris.
Curtis L (br) wrote: Heroin is bad. Hippies are stupid. Girls are evil. I think that covered all the bases of this movie.
Alex A (fr) wrote: "Ravenous" is a period-piece slasher mixed with native american mythology and a bit of dark humor. The music, the plot, and the acting all work together fantastically to create a truly unique and enjoyable film.
Matthew M (br) wrote: You, me, and Dupree is one of the worst movies ever filmed. The acting was horrid and the fact that it got pass as a comedy is depressing because I didn't even laugh once. Don't even get me started on how disappointing it was to see that Owen Wilson was in this disgusting film. I would not recommend this movie.