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Seven Days in May torrent reviews
Stephen M (it) wrote: a must see for man utd fans
Thomas M (kr) wrote: It's a long drawn out and very boring movie, the sound is great and so are the visuals but the movie itself is bad. DO NOT BUY
Fernando C (br) wrote: i have to admit I enjoy pretty much this kind of films, and this one is no exeption
Darren B (fr) wrote: An incredible visionary piece of filmmaking grounded by solid acting by Jared Leto (Dallas Buyers Club). Highly Recommended!!
Richard G (es) wrote: I only knew a little bit about Z channel growing up because my dad would tell me about it. I wish I lived during that time to catch all the great films that Z channel had to offer. I recommend this to any film buffs looking for films that fell off the radar and are essential viewing. Some of the films featured in this documentary are hard to find if you don't look hard enough.
Queen Cassandra S (nl) wrote: I didn't see the first 15 - 30 minutes but the rest of it was pretty good.
Omar L (au) wrote: In 1997 Metroland came out and it shows signs of Christian Bale's brilliance early on. This film takes place in the 70's in a suburban city in England that has been nicknamed Metroland. Bale is married with a kid, a house, a car, a 9-5 job, but he feels something is missing. His best friend shows up out of nowhere after five years and they instantly take off where they left off as young rebels against the norm. Now he's at a crossroads in his life and haunted by what if's. The actors are top notch in this film and the story is wholly original and one that raises great questions that are rarely discussed openly. Many a men settle down and many a men have a hard time letting go of the wild days of their youth and sometimes this shows as a midlife crisis later on in their lives. Metroland started off a little slow for me, but engaged me deeply after in no time. I can recall many films that have used short flashback sequences and Metroland had plenty of them early on, but I can't recall one that included a very long thorough flashback in the way Metroland did. It takes us back early on into his life in Paris as an artist in love with his French girlfriend he met before meeting his wife. This flashback sequence is so long that it feels like a different movie, but when it's over and we're taken back to his present day it feels perfect. 9/10 from me.
Josh F (gb) wrote: A spoof film wth little to laugh at, except for of course the idea and fact that someone took the time and effect to create this film. I was hooked up to this film in a boxset of halloween and haloween 2 from Wilkinsons for 2. Enough said.
Aaron S (jp) wrote: There's not much to this, really. It's based off of an early novel by Dean Koontz, and according to the people who have actually read it, it was originally about a lonely agoraphobic shut-in that gets seduced by an artificial intelligence that hacks into her computer. (Which would make it great for someone like David Cronenburg.) But NOOO, we have to make the COMPUTER creepy NOT the people. I'm a huge fan of "science gone bananas" kind of films. In fact, the goonier the science, the better for me. ("Fetch the brain, Igor!") So I found myself enjoying this one. That being said, there were a couple things that really bugged me. First: Julie Christie. She's a fine actress, don't get me wrong, but throughout the entire film she acts like a grown up that's pretending to be shocked and horrified so that the kids know she's playing along with them. I kept thinking, "Come ON! You're being sexually assaulted by a Whirlpool-designed kitchen system! That's gotta be embarrassing at least." Second: Once Proteus states his desire to have Susan bear the fruit of his loins, it becomes obvious that it's GOING TO HAPPEN NO MATTER WHAT. At which point they should've just skipped to the end and shown the atrocity of nature (which looks like a hybrid of an H.R. Giger sculpture and "Kilroy" from the Mr. Roboto video.) If they had just eschewed any hope of escape from the get-go, it would've made things a whole lot better. But then we wouldn't have seen the killer Rubick's Snake behead someone either. (Just watch it.)
M C (gb) wrote: A terrifying B-movie with a lot too offer. The script is excellent, especial the character writing. It's a classic suspenseful horror story. The leads are also great, especial Steve Zahn.