Texas - Doc Snyder hält die Welt in Atem

Texas - Doc Snyder hält die Welt in Atem


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Texas - Doc Snyder hält die Welt in Atem torrent reviews

Timothy S (mx) wrote: The scene in his sister's house with the crossbows is one of the tensest ever.

JustManoj H (ag) wrote: His passion for sushi inspires you to love the job you do.

Sanal R (ca) wrote: Might be that Indian cinema has a certain limitation when it comes to budgeting a superhero film and Krrish 3 might be as far as we could go for another 10-20 years but that isn't an excuse for a lame script and cheesy dialogues. Forget the fact that this movie has been ripped off from a dozen other DC and Marvel comic films, clearly not a reason to trash an attempt but the old school making and the over-dramatic performances makes this movie look like it belonged in the 70's. They could have concentrated more on the action rather than the visual effects. I mean the plane sequence, a waste of all that good money and time for visual effects for a scene that serves no emotional value or practical sense to the film and why does Kaal form an Iron Suit when he practically has a more powerful telekinesis power, i mean the costume looked ugly like someone folded him in tin foil and the family drama. Intolerable cruelty.

Jeffrey L (nl) wrote: Long movie, but had good performances by the whole cast.

Megan S (ca) wrote: I enjoyed the movie. I watched it a while ago so I don't have much to offer. I remember thinking that it was very pretty. The young girls were adorable.

Chiqui E (au) wrote: Brothers for life, even after reincarnation.

Jeff T (ca) wrote: Long but pretty good.

Private U (kr) wrote: Lot's of good humor and parody.

Quincy R (ru) wrote: This film is a cult classic, way ahead of its time and is the very reason films such as Scream can even exist... Mickey Rose is a genius!

Terri H (de) wrote: No thankyou - Not interested

Grg W (ca) wrote: a watchable lugosi classic. the special effects were surprisingly good in this.

Philip U (gb) wrote: Greatest western ever and possibly one of the greatest movies of all time. When you can see a movie over a 100 times and love it every time, be wowed every time, you know you have a classic. I have empathised with every character in this movie ignoring the fact that most are not well-developed and exist for the moment... but this is a master piece of visuals, of music, of mood and spirit that just endures forever