The Birds

The Birds

Chic socialite Melanie Daniels enjoys a passing flirtation with an eligible attorney in a San Francisco pet shop and, on an impulse, follows him to his hometown bearing a gift of lovebirds. But upon her arrival, the bird population runs amok. Suddenly, the townsfolk face a massive avian onslaught, with the feathered fiends inexplicably attacking people all over Bodega Bay.

Melanie Daniels meets Mitch Brenner in a San Francisco pet store and decides to follow him home. She brings with her the gift of two love birds and they strike up a romance. But it slowly takes a turn for the bizarre when birds of all kinds suddenly begin to attack people. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Birds torrent reviews

David F (gb) wrote: A great documentary about the life of Iggy Pop. Highlights include his early life in Ann Arbor, documented in old photos and nostalgic storytelling.

F B (it) wrote: An interesting and original film but not one i would want to see again.

Ericka Skolka B (de) wrote: I love the awkwardness of the characters. It's better than cheesy reality TV.

Jared L (mx) wrote: Damn good Bukowski. Damn good....

Eeva P (jp) wrote: Legendaarisen mahtavan hyva gangsterikomedia, loistavat nayttelijat ja aivan upea leffa. Joka tasta ei tykkaa niin joutaa kallonkutistajalle.

Michael G (mx) wrote: Da hapert es gehoerig am Drehbuch: Trotz weniger gelungener skurriler Momente unausgegoren und um mind. eine halbe Stunde zu lang.

Brandon T (nl) wrote: I remember seeing this movie back in 1999 at the Manville theater in NJ. I haven't seen the movie since, but we were the only ones there.

Thomas G (ru) wrote: Perfectly crazy flick!

Daniel K (it) wrote: Lean certainly anticipates Hitchcock's Psycho in his opening. It is truly masterful considering the time and technology available to him. Even at this early of a stage in his career Lean had an amazing sense of both the grand and the intimate. The gradual "zoom" into the Gibbons home reinforces that even though this particular picture is told on a small scale, it is relevant to the country as a whole. It's a wonderful portrayal of one families journey. I couldn't help but think of all the lead fumes the children were breathing when they chased after the car on its way to the wedding though. This is a slightly simpler world. The film focuses both on the importance of the home and the huge effect the world around one has. The family is at the whim of history between the wars. Even the King's death has an effect, even if it is rather minor and they carry on as always afterward. The actual physical brick and mortar home is an interesting focal point here as well. Good performances all around. The mirror of the opening shot at the end of the film is the perfect finish. Excellent picture.

Dann M (ca) wrote: Ben Affleck and Samuel L. Jackson square-off in the intense and dramatic thriller Changing Lanes. After leaving the scene of a traffic accident, a lawyer ends up embroiled in a feud with the person that he hit in order to recover an important file that he left at the scene. The story is remarkably engaging and has layers of subtext, as the grudge match leads both of the main characters to learn things about themselves as they push each other to the limit and find out how far they're willing to go. Affleck and Jackson give excellent performances, and are backed by a strong supporting cast that includes Amanda Peet, Toni Collette, and William Hurt. An incredibly powerful film, Changing Lanes takes a provocative look at the darker side of human nature.

Serge L (it) wrote: Tough very realistically made story of Siberian prisoners that escaped through a very long trek in beautiful and unforgiving landscapes of incredible variety. Heartbreaking but visually extraordinary. Definitely worth seeing a second time.

Uri G (ag) wrote: Wow! love it! who thought 2 Israeli guys would come up with a sophisticated horror film